The Scholarship Fund of Alexandria (SFA) has received the largest gift in its 30-year history, expected to help send 40 ACPS students to college over the next two decades.
T.C. Williams junior Ana Humphrey was recognized by the Science Museum of Virginia, in partnership with the Governor, with an Outstanding STEM award for using STEM to make the world a better place.
T.C. Williams High School alum singer-songwriter Keira Moran recorded a live performance with the T.C. Williams Orchestra at Alexandria’s First Night celebration and is donating the proceeds from sales to ACPS.
We look back at some of the memorable highlights for our school division in 2017. Take a moment and enjoy!
The Alexandria City School Board has selected Dr. Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr., a graduate of T.C. Williams High School, as Superintendent of ACPS.
The WOW Bus, designed to provide a mobile dental home for our students where they can see a dentist two or more times per year and receive preventative services, has been expanded to WOW Plus.
School Board members, our Interim Superintendent, staff members and families walked in the 47th Annual Scottish Walk in Old Town on Saturday.
T.C. Williams High School senior Jay Falk has been awarded a 2017 Virginia School Boards Association Exhibitors Scholarship.
Four T.C. Williams students have developed an app to help fellow teens cope with anxiety and won the opportunity to present it at a national conference.
Last week students at Cora Kelly School for Math, Science and Technology enjoyed breakfast in the comfort of their classrooms thanks to the highly successful Breakfast in the Classroom program.
Two T.C. Williams students are among the top 16 teams in the U.S. competing in the 2017 Project Green Challenge this week.
T.C. Williams students interested in pursuing careers in the health sciences now have new options thanks to a partnership between ACPS and the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences.
ACPS is committed to sustainable environmental practices and we have expanded our efforts to implement energy efficiency initiatives that will have a positive impact on our environment.
Lyles-Crouch Traditional Academy has been recognized for its efforts to encourage environmental stewardship in its students, participate in conservation efforts as a community and raise student awareness through hands-on experiences.