We’re excited to unveil a comprehensive list of more than 400 middle and high school courses for the 2020-21 school year, in our completely new, searchable online Program of Studies website. The process of academic advisement and course selection is beginning in all ACPS schools. Make sure you take a look today!
School Board Votes for One Connected High School
The Alexandria City School Board voted to endorse a one high school model for Alexandria on Thursday evening — keeping T.C. Williams High School at the heart of Alexandria’s education system.
Four Options for the Future High School Presented to the School Board
The School Board will vote on the future of Alexandria’s high school educational programming on September 26. Get an update on the four options being considered.
T.C. Williams Sees 757 Students Graduate — a Quarter With Diploma in Non-Native Language
T.C. Williams High School saw 757 students graduate on Saturday, with more than a quarter earning a diploma in a language other than their native one.
Where Our Graduates Are Headed
This fall, 474 students from T.C. Williams High School will be heading off to dozens of colleges and military institutions. Find out where they’re going.
Commonwealth Launches Virginia is for Learners
A new statewide initiative, Virginia is for Learners, will ensure all students are prepared for success after graduation.
Walk Zone Improvements Proposed for High School Students
ACPS is proposing to adjust the distance that high school students will need to walk to school next year. Starting in September 2019, all high school students will have to walk a maximum of 1.5 miles no matter where they live, if the changes are approved by the Alexandria City School Board.
Phase Two of the High School Project Gears Up with Two-Pronged Approach
Phase two of the High School Project is gearing up as the school year winds down. Two teams will work in tandem: one designing the educational programming for the future high school and the other focused on capacity, building needs and site analysis.
The ACPS Approach to School Culture and Conflict Resolution
Do you know how ACPS works to create a positive climate for all students? Find out how we are implementing Restorative Practices.
Student Aspirations Lead Next Phase of The High School Project
ACPS is taking the next steps toward a solution for creating opportunities and expanding our programming at the high school level over the next five years. Just as our ’71 Titans led the way forward, students who now dream of a new high school experience are once again moving Alexandria into tomorrow.
Just Three Years of Education, Now on Fast Track to Become a Nurse
This is the first in a series capturing the stories of T.C. Williams High School students working in our community through internship programs. This week, we’re featuring T.C. Williams High School senior Shafiqa Omarkhail, who found her path to a career in nursing through internships at two Alexandria dental practices.
How T.C. Produced the Nation’s Top Student Scientist
ACPS is generating a pipeline of talented student scientists who are competing among the best. Learn about the pathways that are creating opportunities for students interested in pursuing STEM fields to thrive.
ACPS Recognized for Girl Power in AP Computer Science
T.C. Williams High School has earned the College Board AP® Computer Science Female Diversity Award for achieving high female representation in AP Computer Science Principles. T.C. Williams is one of only eight public schools in Virginia and one of 490 schools in total to be recognized with this award — out of more than 18,000 secondary schools worldwide that offer AP courses.
Reminder: Family Engagement Survey Closes on Friday
ACPS needs your input on family engagement in our schools. Complete the survey before it closes on Friday, March 29.
VOICES: There’s a New Girl in Choir
Senior Mya Hall can sing but as a transfer student wanting to join T.C. Williams’ advanced choir, she had to get past an audition with Choir Director Theodore Thorpe, an ordeal she describes as tense and scary.