The Arlington Public Schools School Bus Stop Arm Camera Program is scheduled to re-start on Mon, Oct. 3.
In 2016, the number of APS students who graduated continued to rise (1,351) with 68% earning an Advanced Studies or IB diploma and 93% of those responding to a survey reporting that they plan to attend college.
The combined SAT scores for Arlington’s 2016 graduates continued to outpace the Virginia average by 126 points, and the national averages by 177 points.
In this week’s episode, Historical Markers takes a look at the Necostin Indians.
In this week’s episode, #digitalAPS features a countywide Summer Laureate program held at Arlington Traditional School this summer.
Volunteers are an important asset who generously contribute their time and resources to schools. APS welcomes the community’s support; learn more about how you can get involved in volunteering with us!
The School Board continued discussions on a framework for engaging the community to develop refinements to the high school attendance zone boundaries at last night’s meeting.
In this week’s episode of Snapshots, Superintendent Dr. Pat Murphy talks with Drew Model School students and staff about the school’s Innovation Academy.
Earlier this week, the National Merit Scholarship Program announced that 17 Arlington students are semifinalists in the 62nd annual National Merit Scholarship Competition.
For the second year in a row, all APS schools were fully accredited by the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE).