Join the Interim Superintendent and School Board in the Alexandria Scottish Walk on Saturday, December 2.
Four T.C. Williams students have developed an app to help fellow teens cope with anxiety and won the opportunity to present it at a national conference.
Are you set up to receive email and text messages from ACPS in case of winter weather schedule changes? Learn the best ways to stay informed and get connected.
If you are a middle school student who is interested in exploring a career in health sciences, or are the parent or guardian of one, plan to attend an information session about the new Academy of Health Sciences at T.C. Williams on November 28 at 6 p.m.
Last week students at Cora Kelly School for Math, Science and Technology enjoyed breakfast in the comfort of their classrooms thanks to the highly successful Breakfast in the Classroom program.
The face of literacy is changing. Learn how teaching and learning literacy is evolving and how ACPS is adapting to support student achievement.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2018 Teacher of the Year Award. Details of the nomination process, instructions and required materials are listed here to help you make your nominations. Nominate a teacher today!
The Alexandria City School Board’s West End Elementary School Naming Committee is now seeking recommendations for names for the new school.
The Joint City Schools Facilities Investment Task Force shared its recommendations for the most urgent projects for Alexandria in the next few years.
As you prepare for Thanksgiving break November 22 through Novemer 26, here are some ways you can give back and support those in need.
Two T.C. Williams students are among the top 16 teams in the U.S. competing in the 2017 Project Green Challenge this week.
ACPS is committed to ensuring that every student becomes fluent in the language of math and develops the skills, concepts and understanding essential to using math in everyday life.
Interim Superintendent Lois Berlin has appointed Charles Stone as the new director of transportation for ACPS. He will start on January 2, 2018.
T.C. Williams students interested in pursuing careers in the health sciences now have new options thanks to a partnership between ACPS and the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences.