Flexible schedule to meet needs of families.
Christ Presbyterian Church is expanding its preschool ministry to include extended day and full day programs for children ages 2 to 5 years old to better meet the needs of the surrounding community.
Mountain View celebrates its 20th anniversary.
Mountain View is a small high school, but the impact it’s had upon its students’ lives has been huge. And last Friday, June 17, it marked two decades of existence and achievement.
Thanks to a portable planetarium, Marymount University has been taking space to elementary and middle school students.
The Arlington Community Foundation (ACF) awarded college scholarships valued at a total of $473,500 to 78 students to attend college next year.
Cadet Eugene James Coleman, III, son of Eugene and Martha Coleman of Alexandria, graduated from the U.S. Military Academy on May 21.
The Medical Staff of Reston Hospital Center awarded scholarships to 19 Fairfax and Loudoun County High School seniors in recognition of their academic excellence and excitement for pursuing a career in healthcare.
“Think of this as the morning announcements for the rest of your life,” said senior Meaghan Elizabeth Nally, now a graduate of South Lakes High School Class of 2016.
Carlos Lenz Wins Best Documentary and Best Commercial-Public Service Announcement at the Virginia High School League Film Festival.
To the Editor
“Whoever kills a person...it is as though he has killed all mankind. And whoever saves a life, it is as though he had saved all mankind.” (Qur’an, 5:32)
Graduation ceremony took place on Thursday, June 16.
Graduation Ceremony took place on Wednesday, June 15.
Langley High School seniors matriculate at DAR Constitution Hall on Monday, June 20.
History teacher Dylan Wedan was ready with a “High Five” for all students as they rose en route to receiving their McLean High School diplomas.
"The students are totally invested in this project, … they want to see it succeed and continue to grow … .”
T.C. Williams’ Minnie Howard Campus’ renovated courtyard, Emma’s Garden, officially reopened on June 9. The courtyard was renamed in 2010 and dedicated to late teacher Emma Cabrera, who died in an accident that school year. Biology teacher Benjamin Matthews along with local master gardener Susan Helper helped outline the project and received a $500 grant from the PTSA to aid in completing the renovation.
Monk’s students explain his impact upon them.
Chantilly High’s Ed Monk is one of the most popular and effective theater teachers/directors around. And some of his seniors recently shared their thoughts about him.