ACPS inducted five outstanding athletes into the Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday night, including a star player in the 1971 State Championship football team memorialized in Remember the Titans and a student from the all-black Parker-Gray High School who went on to coach football in the Olympics.
Francis C. Hammond Middle School has become one of only 650 schools in the United States to be designated a ‘Model Program’ by the American School Counselor Association.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2017 Teacher of the Year Award. Details of the nomination process, instructions and required materials are listed here to help you with making your nominations. Nominate a teacher today!
T.C. Williams High School Senior Addison Guynn received a Certificate of Heroism from the Fire Department this week for his quick actions in preventing a major household fire in his neighbor’s home.
T.C. Williams High School senior and former George Mason Elementary School student Sierra Arnold has been named as a semifinalist in the 62nd annual National Merit Scholarship Corporation program. Watch a video of her talking about how she achieved this success.
Charles Barrettt math teacher among six Virginia finalists for the 2016 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching, regarded as the nation’s top honor for mathematics and science teachers.
Congratulations to ACPS employees Seth Kennard and Michael Suppa, and Alexandria City School Board member Chris Lewis for being named among the rising stars of Alexandria.
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.
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.
Charles Barrett Elementary School and Lyles-Crouch Traditional Academy were among 166 schools honored with the Board of Education Distinguished Achievement Award for 2016 in Governor Terry McAuliffe’s Virginia Index of Performance (VIP) program.
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.
Teachers from T.C. Williams, Francis C. Hammond, Cora Kelly, John Adams and Matthew Maury were honored for their work with students with disabilities at a reception and awards ceremony on Thursday evening.