South County High student Benjamin “Pins” Leese was named winner of the art competition portion of the ninth annual art and writing contest sponsored by the Fairfax County Office of Human Rights and Equity Programs.
Kimberly Boateng, a sophomore at Lee High School, has been elected by the countywide Student Advisory Council (SAC) to serve a one-year term as student representative to the Fairfax County School Board, beginning July 1.
Two school counseling programs have been recognized by the American School Counselor Association as model programs and were awarded the Recognized ASCA Model Program designation for 2019 for successfully demonstrating how their comprehensive school counseling programs benefit all students.
Madison High School student Justin Hu captured the third grand prize at the 2019 Virginia State Science and Engineering Fair and qualified to compete in the International Science and Engineering Fair scheduled for May 12-17 in Phoenix.
Fashion Careers students from Fairfax Academy, representing 18 different Fairfax County public schools, will showcase their personal collections and wearable arts at the seventh annual Fashion in Motion Fashion Show on Friday, April 26.