Last week, certain young students arrived for their first day of school in Alexandria Public Schools.
ACPS begins return to in-person classes
After nearly a year of virtual learning, Alexandria City Public Schools began the process of returning students to the classroom with a hybrid learning plan that began March 2.
Before 1965, Alexandria, Va. had separate schools for African Americans in the Alexandria school system.
Two TC seniors win full scholarships to attend college
When T.C. Williams High School senior Natnael Asegdew was 6 years old, he moved to the United States from Ethiopia and his parents had one purpose in mind: to ensure their two children received a quality education.
Poll to Select New Names for T.C. and Maury Opens
The first poll to canvas opinion on a selection of potential new names for T.C. Williams High School and Matthew Maury Elementary School opens to the public today.
AHC Inc. of Arlington Receives Excellence in Housing Affordability Award By Urban Land Institute Washington
AHC Inc., an Arlington developer of low-income housing, was recently honored with the 2020 Excellence in Housing Affordability Award from Urban Land Institute (ULI) Washington, a district council of the national nonprofit.
Parker-Gray High School celebrates their 100th Anniversary this year.
The early education of African Americans in Alexandria centered on reading, writing, arithmetic and recreation.
Local students with financial need rely on community support more than ever.
The Scholarship Fund of Alexandria held its annual Women’s Holiday Soiree virtually on Dec. 3 to celebrate women and the power of community.
School board votes to change names of T.C., Maury schools
Following months of heated debate, the Alexandria School Board voted Nov. 23 to rename two city schools, including T.C. Williams High School of “Remember the Titans” film fame.
Memorial Walkway celebrates legacy of Parker-Gray School.
The 100th anniversary of the founding of Parker-Gray School, for decades the lone place of education for Alexandria’s African American community, was celebrated Oct. 24 with the dedication of a brick Memorial Walkway on the grounds of its original site at the Charles Houston Recreation Center.
Private schools received up to $3 million more in stimulus than public schools.
Private schools in Alexandria received significantly more federal stimulus money than public schools, according to data from the agencies that doled out the cash.
The City of Alexandria and the Alexandria African American Hall of Fame invite the public to purchase personalized bricks to create a memorial walkway recognizing the 100th anniversary of Parker-Gray High School.
The U.S. Constitution will be celebrated in Alexandria City Public Schools during the week of Sept. 17-23, 2020.
Outdoors, some almost-normal activities allow seniors to celebrate the last time they will have the first day of high school, albeit with masks and distancing.