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Forestville Elementary School

Grades: K-6

First opened: 1980

Enrollment: 782

Principal: Matt C. Harris

PTA president: Jeanne Yu

Special programs: gifted and talented, special education.

Cluster: I

Web site: www.fcps.edu/ForestvilleES

Address: 1085 Utterback Store Road, Great Falls

703-404-6000

Great Falls Elementary School

Grades: K-6.

Enrollment: 616

Principal: Dorothy Clarke

PTA president: Megan Salas

Cluster: I

Web site: www.fcps.edu/GreatFallsES

Address: 701 Walker Road, Great Falls

703-757-2100

Colvin Run Elementary School

Grades: K-6

First opened: 2003

Enrollment: 854

Principal: Dr. Sandra Furick

PTA president: Alison Regen

Special programs: gifted and talented program, special education, preschool program.

Cluster: I

Web site: www.fcps.edu/colvinrunes

Address: 1400 Trap Road, Vienna, VA 22182, 703-757-3000

Cooper Middle School

Grades: 7-8

First opened: 1962

Enrollment: 946

Principal: Arlene Randall - Arlene.Randall@fcps.edu

PTA president: Una Higgins

Special programs: Japanese immersion, autism program, honors instead of gifted and talented.

Cluster: I

Web site: www.fcps.edu/CooperMS

Address: 977 Balls Hill Road, McLean, 703-442-5800.

Guidance: 703-442-5812

Longfellow Middle School

Grades: 7-8

First opened: 1961

Enrollment: 1076

Principal: Vince Lynch

PTA president: Ed Saperstein

Special programs: GT, ESOL, French immersion.

Cluster: I

Web site: www.fcps.edu/longfellowms

Address: 2000 Westmoreland St.

Falls Church, VA 22043

703-533-2600

Langley High School

Grades: 9-12

First opened: 1965

Enrollment: 1,900

Principal: William Clendaniel

PTA presidents: Laura Mendohlson and Diane Miller

Special programs: business/school partnership with PRC/Litton Corp.; peer tutoring program; block scheduling two days per week; education and cultural exchange program with Russia, Germany and England (Oxford University); autism program; ESOL; special education.

Cluster: I

Web site: www.fcps.edu/LangleyHS

Address: 6520 Georgetown Pike, McLean, 703-287-2700

SAT Verbal average: 597

Math average: 613

AYP reading: 98.2 percent

AYP math: 92.6 percent

Economically disadvantaged: 0.7 percent

Limited English proficiency: 1.8 percent

Students with disabilities: 11.9 percent

White: 74.6 percent

Black: 2 percent

Hispanic: 2.7 percent

Asian/Pacific Islander: 17.9 percent