For the last weekly edition of ACPS Express until late-August, we’re celebrating the amazing accomplishments of our students and staff throughout the division for awards they’ve won and recognition they’ve received over the past year, along with highlights of good news we’ve shared along the way. Enjoy!
Free breakfast, lunch and snacks are available to all Alexandria City residents 18 years old and younger at multiple ACPS sites, City recreation centers/programs and other sites over the summer.
Alexandria offers numerous ways to busy the brain this summer and avoid the summer slide. Take advantage of these free or low-cost events and programs.
Did you know that reading four to five books over the summer is sufficient to prevent a decline in reading achievement scores from the spring to the fall? Here’s how to keep your child reading this summer!
On Thursday night, the School Board held its last school board meeting of the school year. This included a snapshot of the year from the superintendent as well as updates on Talented and Gifted services and the 2025 Strategic Plan.
T.C. Williams High School saw 757 students graduate on Saturday, with more than a quarter earning a diploma in a language other than their native one.
Nationally recognized science talent Ana Humphrey has been named valedictorian, and T.C. Williams soccer star Caroline Bates is salutatorian.
This fall, 474 students from T.C. Williams High School will be heading off to dozens of colleges and military institutions. Find out where they’re going.
Our T.C. Williams High School Class of 2019 graduates come from a wide variety of backgrounds and have diverse goals. Each student has succeeded in their own way. Meet ten of our 2019 graduates!
Today, we are kicking off our strategic planning process that will focus on ensuring our students are engaged in the highest quality of education possible. Find out how you can stay connected to the process and make sure your goals for 2025 are incorporated.
The Scholarship Fund of Alexandria has awarded a record amount in scholarships this year to support our students as they head to college.
Lyles-Crouch Traditional Academy is celebrating a decade of acknowledgements and has been ranked as among the highest achieving schools in the nation.
This week, the School Board unanimously approved their Final Operating Budget for the next school year. But what does it mean for your child?