Help students-in-need get their school year off to a great start by donating new supplies to the ACPS Back-to-School Supply Drive.
Superintendent Alvin L. Crawley celebrated the opening of the new computer lab at the Ruby Tucker Family Center on Thursday by telling the audience that projects like this are about seeing every student succeed.
Get your shopping list ready so that you can take advantage of the three-day sales tax holiday. Shoppers will be able to purchase qualifying school supplies, clothing and footwear without paying sales tax.
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.
The ACPS Special Education Parent Resource Center has compiled a series of videos about topics of interest to parents of students with special educational needs. View the final video in the series in English, Spanish, Amharic and Arabic.
ACPS summer camps welcomed a high profile visitor this week. View all the fun they had at both the cyber and music camps.
ACPS has selected a contractor for the Matthew Maury Schoolyard Project. Work on the project by F.H Paschen Tectonics is set to begin in the next couple of weeks and the playground is scheduled for completion by late fall.
Teachers and students of all ages show summer learning can be fun. From T.C. Williams students, to Young Scholars and Language Academy participants, students are engaging in summer learning programs at ACPS.
Did your child have a great teacher who really made their year? Are you happy with your experience at your ACPS school? Help spread the good word by leaving a review of your school on GreatSchools.org today.
ACPS honors the 39 employees who retired in 2016 for their service to our students, our schools and our community.
Before you completely check out for the summer, take a moment to rate your school. Your ratings and comments help shape the public profile of your school, so add your voice to the mix.
ACPS has selected a company to carry out the design work for the update of the Parker-Gray Memorial Stadium at T.C. Williams High School and bring it into line with other modern sporting facilities across Northern Virginia.
The Alexandria City School Board has voted to adopt the next phase of the Long Range Educational Facilities Plan that sets out building expectations and the need for any future pre-K centers.