Charles Barrettt math teacher among six Virginia finalists for the 2016 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching, regarded as the nation’s top honor for mathematics and science teachers.
The community united this weekend to begin the work to renovate the Matthew Maury Elementary School schoolyard.
See what’s happening behind the scenes as teachers and administrators spend the last week of summer getting themselves and their schools ready for you.
As you prepare to head back to school next week, here are a few suggestions for smooth sailing as we head into a new school year.
ACPS has seen significant progress in closing the achievement gap among all groups of students in Standards of Learning tests, while maintaining the huge gains made divisionwide last year. Read the results and spot our ‘Closing the Gap’ sign around the City.
Congratulations to the 69 dual-enrollment students who made the Dean’s list at Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA).
ACPS has earned a prestigious procurement award demonstrating its fiscal responsibility in line with the goals of the ACPS 2020 Strategic Plan.
Read excerpts from “Journey of the Titan: T.C.’s International Academy Students Share Their Stories,” which tells the stories of 97 amazing young men and women who came to the United States from all over the world with the simple hope of a better life.
Secondary students in the Extended School Year (ESY) program teamed up with Greenstreet Gardens to add life to summer school and growth community connections.
Help students-in-need get their school year off to a great start by donating new supplies to the ACPS Back-to-School Supply Drive.
Get your shopping list ready so that you can take advantage of the three-day sales tax holiday. Shoppers will be able to purchase qualifying school supplies, clothing and footwear without paying sales tax.
Congratulations to ACPS employees Seth Kennard and Michael Suppa, and Alexandria City School Board member Chris Lewis for being named among the rising stars of Alexandria.
Teachers and students of all ages show summer learning can be fun. From T.C. Williams students, to Young Scholars and Language Academy participants, students are engaging in summer learning programs at ACPS.