Student Creativity Recognized in 2021 Regional Scholastic Art Awards
The 2021 Regional Scholastic Art Awards program has awarded FCPS students in grades 7-12 a total of 540 awards.
Mini-Grants Available for Youth-Led Anti-Stigma Initiatives
These mini-grants will fund up to $1000 for youth-planned, youth-led projects. Proposals are due Monday, February 8, 2021.
FCPS Proposes Boundary Adjustment for McLean High School
FCPS is proposing a boundary adjustment to provide enrollment relief to McLean High School by using available space at Langley High School.
Dranesville Third Grader Initiates Campaign to Feed Troops
A Dranesville ES student was inspired to give back In light of the events at the U.S. Capitol on January 6 and Martin Luther King, Jr.’s, birthday.
Governor Proclaims January 24-30 as Virginia School Principals Appreciation Week
Virginia Governor Ralph S. Northam has declared January 24-30 as Virginia School Principals Appreciation Week to acknowledge the tireless efforts of school principals across the commonwealth.
Today's photo gallery features a student with her original I Have a Dream drawing, teachers enjoying paint night and cheering for their favorite pro football team, and an elementary principal hosting a cooking show for students.
TJHSST Students Participate in Lab Sessions with Engineering Tomorrow
TJHSST partnered with Engineering Tomorrow, a national STEM nonprofit, to bring one of Engineering Tomorrow’s free real-world, hands-on STEM labs on Phototherapy into their classroom.
First Graders at Cunningham Park ES Learn About Local Government, Hold Election
First graders at Cunningham Park Elementary participated in a project-based learning activity with the Mayor of Vienna that blended language arts and social studies content.
Arts Alive: Cappies Review of Stellar Mind by Fairfax High School
The Cappies is a program through which high school theater and journalism students are trained as critics, attend shows at other schools, write reviews, and publish those reviews. This review of Fairfax High School's virtual production of Stellar Mind is written by Zander Kuebler of Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology.
FCPS Choral Concert Collaboration Set for January 27
Choral teachers have put together a virtual choral concert and presentation involving 350 middle and high school students from 37 secondary schools that will air on Wednesday, January 27.
Two Hundred Twelve Students Named 2021 National Merit Semifinalists
Two hundred twelve students from 18 high schools have been named semifinalists by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation for 2021.
Five 2020 Graduates Named 2020 National Merit Scholarship Winners
Five Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) graduates from the class of 2020 have been named winners of college-sponsored scholarships by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC).
Thirteen Students Named 2020 National Merit College-Sponsored Scholarship Winners
Thirteen Fairfax County Public Schools students from six high schools have been named winners of 2020 Merit Scholarship awards by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
FCPS Cares – Going the Distance!
FCPS Cares–Going the Distance! Since schools and offices physically closed in March, countless FCPS staff members have put in a herculean effort to support students, parents, and their FCPS colleagues during this challenging time. Consider recognizing these outstanding staff members by completing and submitting the form below.
Thirty-Three Students Named National Merit Scholarship Winners
Thirty-three students from eight Fairfax County high schools have been named winners of $2,500 scholarships from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.