T.C. Williams High School has announced the appointment of a new head football coach. James Longerbeam will start as Head Coach at T.C. Williams on February 16.
On Thursday, the Alexandria City School Board voted to extend the redistricting process into the fall of 2016. While the adjusted timeline alters the schedule for decision points in the process, it does not change the final implementation date for new boundaries. Read a full outline of the adjusted timeline.
Alexandria City School Board has approved the selection of Moseley Architects to design the new Patrick Henry school and recreation center.
Congratulations to Superintendent Alvin L. Crawley, named 2016 Educational Leader of Northern Virginia by the Theta Tau Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
The new Alexandria City School Board members formally installed at a public induction at T.C. William High School on Thursday. Read about the new members and watch a recording of the ceremony.
The School Board has voted to approve the ten-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Budget, which resolves some of the elementary and secondary capacity issues through innovative programming and the addition of space.
T.C. Williams High School is honoring Herman Boone, Bill Yoast and Glenn Furman, alongside five athletes who will be inducted into the Alexandria City Athletic Hall of Fame.
Alexandria City Public Schools is set to begin the modernization of Parker-Gray Memorial Stadium at T.C. Williams High School, to bring it into line with other modern sporting facilities across Northern Virginia.
ACPS launched its iDashboard this week, adding an extra layer of accountability and transparency to its presentation of numbers.
Superintendent Alvin L. Crawley has unveiled a Capital improvement Program (CIP) budget that advances Pre-K, and increases elementary and secondary capacity through innovative programing and the addition of extra space.
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe visited staff and students at Patrick Henry Elementary School on Tuesday – the day state accreditation results were released – to personally congratulate them on their high performance this year.
The first Community Meeting for the redistricting process saw a large turnout on Thursday night when 120 people gathered at T.C. Williams High School for the start of the discussion to create school better boundaries for Alexandria City Public Schools.
Alexandria City Public Schools is serving 503 more students in the 2016-17 school year — an increase of 3.6 percent over the previous school year — according to the ACPS fall enrollment report.