The High School Project aims to redefine the high school experience for future generations of Alexandrians, thereby delivering a future for Alexandria. And, we’d like you to be a part of that process.
Help ACPS determine what is most important for Alexandria’s high school experience ten years in the future and beyond.
Join us at an upcoming High School Project Town Hall Meeting:
- Tuesday, October 9: 8:30–9:30 a.m.
Lee Center Exhibit Hall
- Tuesday, October 9: 7–8:30 p.m.
Ferdinand T. Day Elementary School in the Multi-Purpose Room
- Wednesday, October 10: 8:30–9:30 a.m.
William Ramsay Recreation Center Activity Room
- Wednesday, October 10: 7–8:30 p.m.
George Washington Middle School in the Media Center
In recent weeks, we’ve been sharing about how we are redefining the high school experience for future generations of Alexandrians to meet the future business needs of the D.C. metro region and address the challenges of a growing student enrollment.
We’ve been collecting input from students and business owners through recent focus groups. The word clouds below reflect some of what we are hearing. We’ve also been collecting input through an online survey. If you haven’t taken it yet, we encourage you to do so now.
Your feedback from these meetings and from The High School Project Survey will be presented to the School Board in November.
Whether you are a student, parent or guardian of a student, a community member, business owner, organization leader or community partner, we want to hear from you!