Dr. Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. returned to his alma mater to get a fresh perspective on school. See what he learned.
John and Beatrice fell in love against a backdrop of racial tension when America was on the precipice of change.
Dr. Faye S. Gunn is the granddaughter of a Chincoteague Island sharecropper who was encouraged to build a better life for herself. Listen to her story, courtesy of the Alexandria African American Hall of Fame.
As the year draws to a close, it’s time to reminisce. Sit back and enjoy the show!
Did you catch us in the Campagna Center Annual Scottish Walk on Saturday? Don’t miss out on this festive roundup!
This week, we continue to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month with the story of a T.C. Williams High School staff member who made Alexandria her home.
In ACPS we have students who hail from 114 different countries and speak 119 different languages. We celebrate our diversity as a strength.
ACPS welcomed more than 200 new teachers to our division at a celebratory orientation event at T.C. Williams High School last week.
In ACPS, in addition to state assessments, we also determine how our students are performing in and out of the classroom. In ‘Measuring What Matters’, we give you a glimpse of what we do beyond testing to make sure every student goes on to be a highly valued member of our community who contributes to the City of Alexandria and beyond.
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!
ACPS has been recognized for excellence in budget presentation for the 2018-19 budget year for presenting budget documents that are accurate, easy to read and communicate the division’s goals and objectives.
Fine Arts Instructional Specialist Andrew Watson, a leader in arts education in ACPS, Alexandria and beyond, has been named Supervisory Art Educator of the Year by the Virginia Art Education Association.
This holiday season, ACPS asked our staff to team up with our community and give generously to support our families who are struggling. Because of your generosity, we were able to brighten the holidays of more than 165 students and families. Please take a moment to enjoy our thank you.
Superintendent of Schools Dr. Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. recently conducted a Listening & Learning tour as part of his 100-Day Entry Plan. If you missed the opportunity to participate, read this summary and share your thoughts online.