As the year draws to a close, it’s time to reminisce. Sit back and enjoy the show!
Onelio Mencho-Aguilar tells his T.C. Williams International Academy students, “If I can succeed, so can you.”
“A majority of our kids, has something that they are dealing with that’s pretty heavy,” said coach and school resource officer Johnny Larios.
During last month’s Hispanic Heritage Celebration, we spoke with successful ACPS alumni about the challenges of adjusting to a new way of life. We asked first and second-generation Americans how they overcame adversity. Hear three of their stories.
Within ACPS, we are fortunate to have two elementary schools that utilize the immersion method of language acquisition to teach both English and Spanish together.
Eleven nationalities speaking multiple languages play alongside each other as they attempt to figure out life in the U.S. Don’t miss this video featuring a special T.C. cameo!
Last month Noah Lyles, class of 2016 Titan, became the 200m world champion. Now he and his brother Josephus are aiming for Olympic Gold. T.C. Williams Coach Mike Hughes gives us their origin story.
It’s not just our children who can benefit when language learned in school is shared. The whole family can benefit. Hear from a Mount Vernon student and her mother learning together.
In the third of a series of videos documenting the lives of Alexandria’s diverse English learner community, we hear from three teachers at T.C. Williams High School International Academy: a “school within a school” dedicated to supporting our students to reach their potential.
Celebrations as the former T.C. Williams athletic star places first in the World Track and Field Championships.
No one has achieved this feat in T.C. Williams High School athletic history. And Coach Liz Blount, also a Hammond PE teacher, isn’t done yet.
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.