Alexandria City Public Schools is one of the most diverse school systems in the country. Students come from more than 80 different countries, speak more than 60 languages, and represent many ethnic and cultural groups. The residents of Alexandria are dedicated to ensuring that each and every one of them achieves success. The children of Alexandria have benefited significantly from the strong support of City Council and the Alexandria community. The school community has committed to eight guiding principles for smaller learning communities that will focus on professional development, resource allocation and program development. Many people live in Alexandria based on the quality of its schools. Children are assigned to a neighborhood school based on their home address. Alexandria's public high school, T.C. Williams, and its legendary former football coach, Herman Boone, were featured in the 2000 motion picture Remember the Titans. The largest seminary in the Episcopal Church, Virginia Theological Seminary, is located on Seminary Road. Alexandria is home to several well-known private schools, such as Episcopal High School, Bishop Ireton High School, St. Mary's Catholic School, and St. Stephen's and St. Agnes School.

To find out which school serves your neighborhood
(703) 824-6710.

T.C. Williams High School (703) 824-6800
Secondary Training and Education Program
(703) 824-6631
Minnie Howard School - grade 9 (703) 824-6750
Francis C. Hammond Middle School (703) 461-4100
George Washington Middle School (703) 706-4500
John Adams Elementary School (703) 824-6970
Charles Barrett Elementary School (703) 824-6960
Patrick Henry Elementary School (703) 461-4170
Jefferson-Houston School for Arts & Academics (703) 706-4400
Cora Kelly School for Math, Science & Technology (703) 706-4420
Lyles-Crouch Traditional Academy (703) 706-4430
Douglas MacArthur Elementary School (703) 461-4190
George Mason Elementary School (703) 706-4470
Maury Elementary School (703) 706-4440
Mount Vernon Community School (703) 706-4460
James K. Polk Elementary School (703) 461-4180
William Ramsay Elementary School (703) 824-6950
Samuel W. Tucker Elementary School (703) 933-6300
Northern Virginia Community College (703) 845-6200
Virginia Theological Seminary (703) 370-6600

Alexandria City Public Schools
(703) 824-6600
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