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New Today: (10/23) Students in Fairfax County Public Schools class of 2014 outperformed their peers in Virginia and the nation on the SAT, according to results released by the Virginia Department of Education. Find out more.

Education Summit

The Fairfax County School Board will host Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) fifth annual Education Summit, Mapping Your Student’s Unique Journey: Explore the Many Choices in Fairfax County Public Schools, on Saturday, October 25, at 8 a.m. at Edison High School. Details.

FCPS Cares

FCPS has a new way for parents, students, colleagues, and community to recognize extraordinary employees through FCPS Cares. Read more here.

Continuing Interest

  • Chantilly High School Yearbook Adviser Inducted into Virginia High School Hall of Fame (10/22/14) Full
  • TJHSST Schedules Open House for Students in Grades 4-8 (10/22/14) Full
  • FCPS Receives $7,500 Grant from Verizon to Fund STEM Program at Annandale High School (10/22/14) Full
  • Thirty-Six FCPS Students Named to Virginia Honors Choir (10/21/14) Full
  • FCPS Celebrates Virginia Farm to School Week November 10-14 (10/20/14) Full
  • Fairfax County School Board to Host Annual Fairfax Education Summit on October 25 (10/16/14) Full
  • FCPS Students Continue to Post ACT Scores Above State, National Averages (10/16/14) Full

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