Tag: high school

Our View: A momentous week for city schools

Life happens all at once, not just for individuals but also for institutions. We plan and work toward a goal – a house renovation,...

School board approves one connected high school

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] The school board voted 6-3 in favor of one high school with a connected high school network during its meeting...

School board votes for connected high school network

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] The school board voted 6-3 in favor of one connected high school during its Thursday night meeting. The board also...

Your Views: Alexandria needs a second high school

To the editor: Tonight, the Alexandria School Board will vote on a strategy for addressing the capacity needs of our high school students, as detailed...

Your Views: A student’s input on the school board vote

To the editor: Because of the upcoming Alexandria School Board vote, I would like to offer my input as a high school student in the...

Your Views: Alexandria needs more, smaller high schools

To the editor: The high school project decision must support all students – especially those low on the economic scale. A multi-campus, one-school model would...

Filling in the Blanks with Dr. Gregory Hutchings, Ed.D.: Big things...

There is nothing quite like the first day of school to inspire us as educators. Visiting every school and seeing smiling faces and excited...

Bishop Ireton football powers to a strong start

By Missy Schrott | [email protected] The Bishop Ireton High School football team started off the 2019-2020 season strong this past Saturday, winning its first home...

New path for T.C. girls’ basketball

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] Fresh starts and new beginnings define this season for the T.C. Williams varsity girls’ basketball team. Many people are wondering...

Letter to the Editor: Kudos to ACPS for AP success

To the editor: We all too often hear about and see the negative commentary regarding the apparent sad state of our schools. As a parent...