Students from John Adams Elementary School, Jefferson-Houston PreK-8 School, James K. Polk Elementary School and Samuel Tucker Elementary School will participate in a swim safety program as part of their physical education curriculum this year.
James K. Polk Elementary School is one of only six schools in Virginia to receive the Let’s Move Active Schools award, the nation’s top physical education and physical activity distinction for K-12 schools.
Today is the last day to participate in the Superintendent Leadership Profile Survey. Five minutes is all it takes. Take the survey today!
Developing the ACPS budget is a year-round process involving the entire community. Learn how you can get involved and why it is important.
The City Council voted unanimously to approve the change in use of a vacant office building on the West End into a new school at the hearing on Saturday.
Learn-to-ride and bicycling safety skills program is expanding to seven elementary schools this year. And, Francis C. Hammond Middle School will receive biking and walking safety skills education as part of the Safe Routes to Schools initiative.
Congratulations to T.C. Williams High School senior Madeline Waldhoff, who has been named a National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist.
Students from Samuel Tucker Elementary School, Mount Vernon Community School, Lyles-Crouch Traditional Academy and Jefferson-Houston School performed at City Hall for Constitution Week. Watch the videos of our young performers!
Attend one of two Superintendent Search Forums on Thursday, September 21 at 7 p.m. at George Washington Middle School or John Adams Elementary School and let your voice be heard.
Thirteen schools within ACPS received state accreditation for the 2017-18 school year, with the accreditation status of schools remaining largely unchanged from the previous year.
Attend one of two Superintendent Search Forums tonight at 7 p.m. at George Washington Middle School or John Adams Elementary School and let your voice be heard.
Families, staff and community members lit up social media as we kicked off #ACPSFirstDay. Take a look!
A message on inclusion from Interim Superintendent Lois F. Berlin Ed.D., School Board Chair Ramee Gentry and Members of the Alexandria City School Board.
A new three-year grant from the Department of Education will enable ACPS to provide academic, social and emotional, and enrichment activities outside of school hours for high needs students in the City’s West End.