Tag: Alexandria City High School

Athletic field lights saga continues

By Liana Hardy | [email protected] Alexandria’s Parks and Recreation Commission endorsed a proposal to install lights at six athletic fields after a contentious public hearing...

Our View: Celebration weekend

It’s wonderful to focus on happy occasions rather than tragedies. Fortunately, there was a lot to celebrate in Alexandria this past weekend, as is...

Tending to the future: Nurse Aide Program offers career training for...

By Kim Jackson | [email protected] When the Class of 2022 graduated from the Alexandria City High School on Saturday, many of them did so with...

Little Shop of Horrors receives award

By Catherine Kane | [email protected] Alexandria City High School’s “Little Shop of Horrors” won a regional high school theater award at the Kennedy Center on...

ACHS seniors receive SFA awards

By Catherine Kane | [email protected] The Scholarship Fund of Alexandria awarded a record $1.2 million in scholarships this year to incoming college freshman and current...

First Alexandria City High School graduates

By Olivia Anderson | [email protected] A sea of families, administrators and graduating seniors filled George Mason University’s EagleBank arena on Saturday to send off Alexandria...

My View with John Porter: The most wonderful time of the...

For those of us in education, celebrating the successes of our graduates is the most wonderful time of the year, even as we acknowledge...

Our View: Ready for summer

The recent school tragedies – both the local stabbing death of an Alexandria City High School student and school massacre in Uvalde, Texas –...

Community reacts to death at Bradlee Shopping Center

By Olivia Anderson | [email protected] After a fatal stabbing incident on May 24 at Bradlee Shopping Center that left an Alexandria City High School student...

ACPS teen killed in Bradlee melee

By Olivia Anderson | [email protected] A teenager from Alexandria City High School died from a stabbing wound suffered during a fight on Tuesday afternoon outside the...