Each day this week, we will be posting a different video on the ACPS website, the ACPS Facebook page, or on Twitter @ACPSk12 as we check off the days to the start of school. Our seven-day countdown begins tomorrow. Are you ready?
The first day of school is Tuesday, September 5 for all schools following a traditional academic calendar. Commit to an awesome year!
ACPS has increased both participation and performance in Advanced Placement (AP) exams this year, including seeing the highest number of top scores of 5 since 2005.
Have your say! The School Board is seeking input from the community in identifying the characteristics you would like to see in the next ACPS Superintendent.
Visit our online Back-to-School Guide to get information you need about meals, prices and menus, transportation, school supplies and more.
Enjoy these highlights of rising kindergarten students as they get a taste of school at ACPS during our week-long kindergarten preparation program.
Interim Superintendent Lois F. Berlin has appointed Dr. Victor Martin as the Principal of the Northern Virginia Juvenile Detention Center School for ACPS.
Standards of Learning (SOL) results released by the state on Tuesday show that scores for Alexandria City Public Schools remain consistent with recent years and that ACPS is on track to become a high-performing school division by 2020.
Charles Barrett Elementary School and Lyles-Crouch Traditional Academy were recognized by Governor Terry McAuliffe and the state Board of Education for having earned Virginia Index of Performance awards for advanced learning and achievement.
T.C. Williams rising senior Claire Constant has been selected from among all women soccer players in Virginia as the Virginia Gatorade Player of the Year Award.
ACPS’ new budget director brings a wealth experience in government budgets and has a proven record of increasing resource efficiency and implementing new initiatives.
The School Board is expected to vote to transfer $3.8 million from other ACPS projects that have been completed or adjusted in timeline and scope to finalize funding for the Patrick Henry School Project at its meeting on Monday.
This summer more than 200 students from George Washington Middle School, Hammond Middle School and Jefferson-Houston K-8 School participated in an enrichment program designed to help students enhance their skills in reading, writing, mathematics and social studies. The program was focused around the theme of service learning.
Join us in celebrating more than 20 students who received their diplomas as part of the T.C. Williams Summer School Graduation. Congratulations!
This summer, students in the Young Scholars program, designed for embarked on a series of outdoors adventures as part of their exploration of “systems.” The Young Scholars program serves talented students who excel in creative and out-of-the box thinking and are sometimes underrepresented in talented and gifted programs.