Congratulations to T.C. Williams junior Ana Humphrey, who won Best in Category at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) and to junior Aidan White, who took first place in his category at states in the National History Day competition and heads to nationals next week.
Each spring, the Scholarship Fund of Alexandria teams up with families and community members to host parties as a way of honoring exemplary ACPS staff and raising scholarship funds. View the list of parties and buy tickets or make a donation online to help meet the $3,000 threshold for a scholarship in an honoree’s name.
Despite some critics saying ten-year-olds can’t make a difference, fifth-graders Carter Anderson, Henry Gibbs and Liz Peyton aren’t backing down. After the tragic Parkland school shooting in February, these Alexandria students decided they needed to get involved and make a difference.
Last week, class of 2018 Titans Ceairah Britt, Veronica Buabeng, Jose Castanaza, Tijea Cook and Janaka Miles graduated from George Mason University’s Early Identification Program (EIP) through a partnership with ACPS.
Former instructional coach at George Washington Middle School and current resident principal in D.C. Public Schools, MScott Berkowitz, has been appointed principal of Jefferson-Houston PreK-8 School.
Learn about how things are progressing at the new school, get dates for parent and community meetings and get details on how to stay informed.
While undergoing treatment for recurrent cancer, fourth-grade student Adelaide Flint entered her moving self-portrait “Stronger” into the PTA Reflections contest. Her mom, Stacey Flint, says Addy has taken a challenging situation and made something awesome.
This year, our annual poetry contest expanded to include our secondary schools. Thanks to a tie at the elementary level and the inclusion of secondary students in the contest for the first time, we now have three new ACPS poet laureates!
Learn how we’ve been getting your child ready for the SOLs and how you can help. View the testing schedule and learn about regulations concerning electronic devices during testing.
Teachers at schools throughout the division enjoyed catered breakfasts, barbecue chicken lunches, snack stations and loads of other treats provided by ACPS families and PTAs. Enjoy these highlights!
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Learn about the resources available to help achieve good mental health.
ACPS aims to present online information in a way that all users, including those with disabilities, can access regardless of the hardware or software they use, or how they navigate our site.
Changes are being made to improve student safety and to accommodate needs based on redistricting. Learn how these changes might impact your family.