A grant of almost $330,000 will help middle school teachers bring real-world, hands-on science and technology learning into their classrooms and the community.
T.C. Williams High School has seen an all-time high in the number of Advanced Placement (AP) tests scoring the top grades.
Enjoy a warm welcome from Dr. Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. as he celebrates our students, our families and our schools.
Get current information about applying for free and reduced-price meals for the new school year, payment for meals when there are insufficient funds on a student’s account, and about free breakfast this year at certain schools.
ACPS prepares to launch the new Early Childhood Center, co-located with John Adams Elementary School. Each school will have a principal and administrative staff.
Standards of Learning (SOL) results released by the Commonwealth of Virginia on Wednesday show that pass rates for ACPS remain fairly consistent with recent years.
With the opening of the new Ferdinand T. Day School, this fall more talented teachers are joining ACPS than usual. Please join us in welcoming them all and take a moment to learn a little bit about a few.
Today, ACPS will be launching a process to redefine the high school experience for our future generations of Alexandria students. Before we look at the buildings, space and land acquisitions needed to resolve our capacity issues, we are asking our students, staff and community to think big and share their vision for the profile of a future Alexandrian graduate. If we do this right, this has the chance to impact our city.