Iconic Remember the Titans Coach Bill Yoast, who helped transform race relations in Alexandria in the 1970s, has died.
Have you seen our 300 T.C. Williams High School seniors out in the work force for their three-week senior experience during their last days with us here at ACPS? Check out these photos of the Class of 2019 in action.
The winners of the Anne R. Lipnick Awards for Specialized Instruction were announced at a reception of staff, School Board and students. See our winners from Douglas MacArthur, T.C. Williams and Lyles-Crouch, and take a peek at photos from the event.
On May 23, the ACPS updated the School Board on The High School Project and detailed work that will run through the summer months.
Superintendent Dr. Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. has appointed Dominic B. Turner as Chief Financial Officer for Alexandria City Public Schools.
Thursday night’s School Board meeting was full of recognitions, particularly for our athletes who have gone on to represent our school division so well. We are proud of who you are and what you stand for!
T.C. Williams High School 2018 valedictorian Jackson du Pont has been recognized by the College Board for being one of 111 students in the world to earn every point possible on the AP Research Exam he took last spring. We caught up with him to learn more about his unquenchable curiosity of foreign affairs.
Celebrations are in order. A total of 20 star athletes from T.C. Williams High School have signed with a variety of colleges and universities and will be playing on their teams next year — many with the help of scholarships. #TitansRising
The partnership between ACPS and The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences has been recognized by the Virginia Department of Education as an example of exemplary business partnerships in education.
A new statewide initiative, Virginia is for Learners, will ensure all students are prepared for success after graduation.
This week marks 65 years since the 1954 Supreme Court decision on Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, when the justices ruled racial segregation of children in public schools was unconstitutional. Six decades later, we ask students how we are doing.
Standards of Learning (SOL) testing begins this week! Here are some tips to make sure your child is ready.
The College and Career Wing at T.C. Williams High School has been updated and renamed the Jack Taylor College and Career Wing, in honor of 25 years of generous donations to help T.C. Williams students pay for college. Watch highlights from the dedication ceremony.