Two T.C. Williams High School orchestra students have won places in the All Virginia Orchestra after tough state-wide auditions last weekend. Watch videos of them playing.
ACPS celebrated Read Across America Day with school reading activities, VIP guests and a social media contest. Congratulations to Lindsay Stuart, third-grade teacher at Jefferson-Houston School, who won $100 in books and literacy supplies for her classroom!
This month is Black History month. ACPS schools have been celebrating in a variety of ways. This week John Adams had an electric Black History evening. Celebrate with them and watch the video!
On Friday night, ACPS inducted five athletes into the Hall of Fame, honored 1971 State Championship Coaches Boone, Yoast and Furman, and honored the first Alexandrian and T.C. graduate to be killed in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Many others came out to watch “Remember the Titans” with the stars.
Congratulations to three ACPS teachers who have received or renewed their National Board Certification – the teaching profession’s highest mark of accomplishment.
See an overview of all the ACPS summer school and enrichment programs that will be offered for students from kindergarten through high school on campuses throughout the city.
ACPS receives two distinguished awards for the 2015-16 budget reflecting the dedication of our Financial Services staff on behalf of our school system and their exceptional commitment to outstanding financial management.
The parent and student presentation of last weekend’s social media event with West Coast expert Josh Ochs is now available to be viewed online.
The new Alexandria City School Board members formally installed at a public induction at T.C. William High School on Thursday. Read about the new members and watch a recording of the ceremony.
Members of the Patrick Henry Community Advisory Group were introduced to the community at Wednesday’s Patrick Henry Community Meeting.
Maury Elementary School has entered the Guinness Book of World Records by setting a new world record for simultaneous cup stacking. Watch a video about the world record attempt.
Congressman John Lewis, who marched in Selma with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1965, tells T.C. Williams students to be a headlight and not a tail light in life, as T.C. also acknowledges how far it has come.
Jefferson-Houston School has added to its collection of awards by winning the Platinum Award for Architecture given by the Virginia School Boards Association.
Friday’s launch event for the ACPS 2020 Strategic Plan saw unprecedented levels of community engagement as more than 2,000 people came out to celebrate the future direction of Alexandria City Public Schools. #EveryStudent