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- Note the new time for picking up parking hang tags - Sept. 3, 4:00-6:00 p.m. in the Main Office Lobby.
- Click here for upcoming dates and events such as packet pickup, freshman and new student orientation, parking pass pickup.
New this year: Students will not be allowed to pick up their schedules before school starts if they have outstanding debts or obligations. Additionally, all immunizations must be up to date before picking up schedules. Letters were sent home in June notifying parents of outstanding obligations and immunization requirements.
- AP Boot Camp - August 27. Registration due by August 14. Click here for Registration information.
- New service learning opportunities are available for August and September. Click on the Service Learning Opportunities link for more information. Any service hours earned after July 1, 2015, applies to the coming school year. Last update 8/13/2015.
- Langley High students Jack Lichtenstein and Morgan Poirier are hosting the second annual Bands for Bikes benefit concert on Saturday, August 22, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Old Firehouse Teen Center’s annual block party, 1440 Chain Bridge Road in McLean. The rising sophomores organized the concert in support of Wheels to Africa and are seeking donations of used bikes for children who live in remote villages in Africa. Numerous FCPS students are volunteering their time to perform in the concert, representing Langley, McLean High, Madison High, and South Lakes High, along with FCPS alumni currently attending college. The bikes will be stored in donated storage containers from 1-800-PACKRAT, a co-sponsor of the benefit. Local music school Bach to Rock is also co-sponsoring Bands for Bikes. At their first benefit for Wheels to Africa, the students collected more than 250 bikes and $1,500 in donations; their goal for the August 22 event is to exceed those totals. Used bikes can be dropped off any time at the Old Firehouse Teen Center between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. Admission is free and a bike donation is not required to attend. Contact email@example.com.
- Summer Hours for the Main Office and Student Services will be 8:00-2:00, Monday-Friday.
- The Humanities Summer Reading List and the Langley Read have been announced. Click here for details.
Click here to purchase the Langley Read through the PTSA Amazon Store
- Math Summer Boot Camp Overview: Students will review fundamental algebraic and geometric concepts while working on critical thinking and problem solving skills and will receive lessons that are hands-on and interactive. The program is taught by FCPS high school teachers and students will receive continuous feedback throughout the camp.
The boot camp is taught at two different levels. The first level is for students enrolled in Algebra 1, Geometry or Algebra 2 and focuses on concepts from pre-algebra and Algebra 1. The second level is for students enrolled in PreCalculus or AP Calculus and focuses on concepts from Algebra 2 with a review of Trigonometry. Click here for application.
- Applications are available for all rising juniors and seniors for the 2015-2016 Mentor and Mentee Program. Pick them up in Student Services. Deadline is April 30.
- Schedule Change Requests: Schedule requests for 2015-16 school year were finalized on March 20, 2015. At this time, if you would like to request a change for 2015-16, it will be granted on a space availability basis only. Please submit your request via this link http://goo.gl/eV4LFo by August 1, 2015. Please use internet explorer and login via the student’s FCPS schools google account to have access to the form. You will be notified if your request has been approved. Please remember that requests will be considered until August 5th. After August 5th, the 2015-16 Master Schedule will be locked for the beginning of the school year and no more changes will be made/accepted until the Fall schedule change process starts after 1st quarter.
- Click here for the SIS Parent View Support Video
- Curriculum Night presentations are now available. Information includes:
· Amount of homework given nightly
· Teacher expectations of their students
· Projects due throughout the year
· Skills needed for success in the course
· Differences between the general level/honors level and/or AP level
· Time management, commitment, balance, and work ethic requirements
· Work samples from all levels of the course
· Differences in textbooks by levels
- Work Permits: Documents required to process a child labor permit can be found at http://www.doli.virginia.gov/
- On-Line Options – See the link below for information on FCPS’s online campus.
- Service Learning Opportunities - Check the website regularly for new Service Learning Opportunities. Updated 08/15. For more information about service learning at Langley, the Service Cord, and the Civic Seal, visit the Student Services, Service Learning tab.
- Want to start a new club or renew an existing club? Click here for directions and documents.
- Yearbook Sales Flyer, click here. To go to the Yearbook Website, click here.
- New and prospective students may schedule a tour of the building through the PTSA. Click here for information.
Moving to Langley Boundaries? - .Click here for registration information
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Langley High School is one of twenty-six secondary and high schools in the Fairfax County Public School (FCPS) system. The school district is the largest in Virginia and the eleventh largest in the country, with over 175,000 students served.