Before you completely check out for the summer, take a moment to rate your school. Your ratings and comments help shape the public profile of your school, so add your voice to the mix.
The Alexandria City School Board has openings on a number of advisory committees. Here’s how to get involved.
Students at Charles Barrett, Jefferson-Houston, Lyles-Crouch, MacArthur, George Mason Elementary School, Maury and Mount Vernon enjoyed strawberries and greens grown in their own school gardens in celebration of Strawberries and Greens Day.
T.C. Williams senior Aaron Higgins was recently honored with the Alexandria Historical Society’s High School Award for his exceptional commitment to the study of history.
Did you know that free meals will be available this summer to Alexandria residents 18 years and younger at 29 sites throughout ACPS and the City of Alexandria? Learn where to find free meals this summer and spread the word.
Students were honored at an art showcase reception on Thursday night to celebrate the installation of their artwork in the School Board meeting room. Take a look at their outstanding work.
As part of our commitment to providing a safe learning and working environment, students, educators and staff are invited to wear orange in honor of those who have lost their lives to violence.
Three T.C. Williams High School seniors, Jonathan Ibarra, Drew Jones and Rubaiyat Rhidoy, were recognized by C-SPAN for their documentary film, “The Cost of Justice,” which explores the failings of the for-profit prison model.
The T.C. Williams Girls Soccer team made history last weekend with a 4-1 victory in the Patriot Conference Final, their first conference championship against powerhouse Woodson High School, the only team to beat T.C. Williams in their regular season conference play.
T.C. Williams seniors Francy Carera-Paz, Nana Adwoa Osei-Bonsu, Celeste Claudio, Chris Waddell, Brooke Teferra and Subinuer Aikebaier share their stories about their college choices and what shaped their decisions.
George Washington Middle School career and technical education teacher Sybil Currie-Boyd won the Virginia Lottery Super Teacher award in a surprise assembly of sixth-grade students, faculty and guests last Monday. See a video of her reaction during the surprise.
The T.C. Williams High School crew team captured two state titles plus one silver and two bronze medals at the Virginia Scholastic Rowing Championships on May 14.