Dr. Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. returned to his alma mater to get a fresh perspective on school. See what he learned.
ACPS has begun piloting the use of compostable trays to replace Styrofoam at T.C. Williams High School and our middle school cafeterias. Dishwashers are also being installed in our elementary schools where space allows, ahead of a switch to reusable materials.
Onelio Mencho-Aguilar tells his T.C. Williams International Academy students, “If I can succeed, so can you.”
“A majority of our kids, has something that they are dealing with that’s pretty heavy,” said coach and school resource officer Johnny Larios.
Eleven nationalities speaking multiple languages play alongside each other as they attempt to figure out life in the U.S. Don’t miss this video featuring a special T.C. cameo!
In the third of a series of videos documenting the lives of Alexandria’s diverse English learner community, we hear from three teachers at T.C. Williams High School International Academy: a “school within a school” dedicated to supporting our students to reach their potential.
In ACPS we have students who hail from 114 different countries and speak 119 different languages. We celebrate our diversity as a strength.
The School Board will vote on the future of Alexandria’s high school educational programming on September 26. Get an update on the four options being considered.
For staff at T.C. Williams High School’s International Academy, the life their students lived before they reach the US is often something of a mystery. So, at the end of June, a team of International Academy educators embarked on a fact finding mission to El Salvador where 40% of current IA students are from.
T.C. Williams High School saw 757 students graduate on Saturday, with more than a quarter earning a diploma in a language other than their native one.
This fall, 474 students from T.C. Williams High School will be heading off to dozens of colleges and military institutions. Find out where they’re going.
Our T.C. Williams High School Class of 2019 graduates come from a wide variety of backgrounds and have diverse goals. Each student has succeeded in their own way. Meet ten of our 2019 graduates!
A new statewide initiative, Virginia is for Learners, will ensure all students are prepared for success after graduation.
ACPS is proposing to adjust the distance that high school students will need to walk to school next year. Starting in September 2019, all high school students will have to walk a maximum of 1.5 miles no matter where they live, if the changes are approved by the Alexandria City School Board.