On Monday morning the Virginia Department of Education announced the results that all ACPS schools met the state benchmark for the first time since the accreditation system first began in 1999.
This week, we continue to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month with the story of a T.C. Williams High School staff member who made Alexandria her home.
The Alexandria City School Board voted to endorse a one high school model for Alexandria on Thursday evening — keeping T.C. Williams High School at the heart of Alexandria’s education system.
In ACPS we have students who hail from 114 different countries and speak 119 different languages. We celebrate our diversity as a strength.
Missed breakfast? No problem. A new T.C. Williams High School eatery now offers students a second chance with earlier hours and additional items to tempt the taste buds.
Although we are just a few weeks into the school year, it’s already time to begin work on the academic calendar for the 2020-21 school year.
It is less than a week until the big vote on a way forward for our future high school students. We have more information to share about sites and costs and an updated Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section.
Kevin Perry’s early years were challenging, but he got the support he needed in our schools and never gave up on his dreams.
It’s been two years since ACPS was awarded a grant to set up an after-school club for students who need a little extra support. Thanks to additional federal funding, we are expanding on its success!
Did you know that missing just one day of school every two weeks can place your child at risk of academic failure? Let’s make 2019-20 the best we can by ensuring absences are avoided.
ACPS sent a school bus to help transform a street into a sea of yellow vehicles for a Transformer-obsessed preschooler’s first cancer-free birthday. Find out what happened.
The first School Board meeting of the school year was opened in style by the T.C. Williams High School JROTC and introduced the two new School Board representatives and discussed the upcoming High School Project vote.
It’s been eight years in the making but Mount Vernon Community School now has a play garden to be proud of.