Thank you for a great school year. We are sure that our short video roundup will make you smile!
Alexandria Smith, a rising seventh-grade student at George Washington Middle School has won the top prize in the State for her History Day Presentation.
Superintendent Alvin L. Crawley has announced the appointment of Rachael R.B. Dischner as the principal of the new pre-K center to be housed at John Adams Elementary School.
Ana Humphrey, a sophomore at T. C. Williams High School has been named a runner up for the grand prize at the 2017 U.S. Stockholm Junior Water Prize, the most prestigious youth awards for water-related science projects. See her explain her the app she designed.
Community members, school staff and students gathered on the site of the new Patrick Henry School and Recreation Center to help shovel the first dirt as part of the groundbreaking ceremony.
Three ACPS staff members have been recognized as Champions of Children in the first annual Children, Youth and Families Collaborative Commission Champions of Children Awards.
Six T.C. Williams High School student athletes have been named Athletes of the Year by the Alexandria Sportsman’s Club.
T.C. Williams High School celebrated the graduation of 720 students on Saturday, one of the largest cohorts for a June graduation in the school’s recent history.
ACPS is proud to have two homegrown students serve as the Valedictorian and Salutatorian for T.C. Williams High School’s graduating class of 2017. Congratulations to Valedictorian Emily Ann Kiernan and Salutatorian John Asher Elkins.
This fall, 354 students from T.C. Williams will be heading off to college, several of whom will be going to some of the top colleges in the United States. We wish them all the best.
Superintendent Alvin L. Crawley has announced the appointment of Gregory Baldwin as the School Climate Specialist at T.C. Williams High School.
Before school lets out for the summer, be sure to check out learning opportunities throughout the summer for students of all ages.
Congratulations to the ACPS staff members who retired in 2017. The retirees were honored at a ceremony last week, during which they were celebrated for their service to our schools, our students and our community.
ACPS, in cooperation with the City of Alexandria Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities, is launching a swim safety pilot program as part of the physical education curriculum at James K. Polk Elementary School.