Congratulations to three ACPS teachers who have received or renewed their National Board Certification – the teaching profession’s highest mark of accomplishment.
Category: Alexandria City High School
Alexandria City Public Schools Named as Seventh Best School Division in Virginia
Alexandria City Public Schools has been named as the seventh best school division in Virginia, according to a rankings website that rates school systems based on teaching statistics and feedback from students and parents.
Watch the ‘Titans’ Movie With Star Coaches Who Made It Possible
Mark your calendars for the Hall of Fame Induction event on Friday, February 12 with a FREE showing of the movie that catapulted T.C. Williams into the national limelight, alongside ‘Remember the Titans’ coaches Herman Boone and Bill Yoast who made it all possible.
T.C. Rowers Trade Oars for Shovels to Dig Out Neighbors and Raise Funds for Team
T.C. Williams Girls Crew Team traded their oars for shovels in the aftermath of winter storm to support their community. They raised $5,000 for their team during a two-day shoveling marathon.
“Remember the Titans” Coaches to Be Honored Alongside Five Alexandria Athletes in Hall of Fame Ceremony
T.C. Williams High School is honoring Herman Boone, Bill Yoast and Glenn Furman, alongside five athletes who will be inducted into the Alexandria City Athletic Hall of Fame.
ACPS Set to Modernize Parker-Gray Stadium
Alexandria City Public Schools is set to begin the modernization of Parker-Gray Memorial Stadium at T.C. Williams High School, to bring it into line with other modern sporting facilities across Northern Virginia.
T.C. Williams Senior Awarded Top Latin Honor
T.C. Williams High School senior Jillian Schiele has been named as the 2015 “Spirit of the Virginia Junior Classical League.”
T.C. Williams’ 50th Anniversary: 50 Years of Memorable Alumni in the Arts and Sciences
What do Ronald MacDonald, the Space Shuttle and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame have to do with T.C. Williams? Take a look back at 50 great years of famous T.C. Williams alumni as we celebrate half a century since the creation of the high school. #TC50YearsOn
Congressman John Lewis Leads Civil Rights Discussion at T.C. Williams
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.
50 Years of Memorable T.C. Williams Sports Stars #TC50YearsOn
As Congressman John Lewis who marched with Martin Luther King in Selma 50 years ago visits T.C. Williams this week, we begin to take a look at some of our own achievements as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of T.C. Williams High School. #TC50YearsOn
Congratulations to T.C. Williams’ Sports Stars Who Signed on National Signing Day
Four athletes from T.C. Williams High School, including the Lyles brothers, signed their intent to compete for colleges in Florida, Indiana and North Carolina on National Signing Day.
Noah Lyles Named 2015 Track and Field Athlete of the Year
T.C. Williams High School senior Noah Lyles has been named 2015 Track and Field Athlete of the Year by the National Scholastic Athletics Foundation. Watch him and his brother, Josephus, sprint in the ‘ACPS 2020: Every Student Succeeds’ video. #EveryStudent
T.C. Williams Girls Varsity Field Hockey Off to State Championship
The T.C. Williams Girls Varsity Field Hockey team won the Patriot Conference Championship on October 26, 2015, with a 3-0 victory over their opponent. This is the team’s first conference title win since 1995.
T.C. Williams Kicked Off its 50th Anniversary Celebrations in Style This Weekend
T.C. Williams High School had a big start to its 50th anniversary celebrations. Events included a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new tennis courts, a bonfire, a 50th anniversary parade and Homecoming Game in front of Coaches Boone and Yoast of the ’71 ‘Remember the Titans’ team. View all the pictures and videos in full on the ACPSk12 Facebook page.
T.C. Williams Summer Interns Select New Technology for High School Peers
T.C. Williams students were the secret tool behind the choice and roll out of the new Chromebooks this school year. They also created a fun ‘how to’ video to show their peers how the new technology works. Watch it here.