Langley High School's production of ‘The Party Hop’
Unfortunately, things don't seem to have changed much two years in the future.
Langley High’s ‘Long Division’ reflects on storming of Capitol, unity and division
"What separates us?" asked the opening line of Langley High School's "Long Division."
Marina Qu of McLean High School wins top state honor
McLean High School senior Marina Qu has been named the 2021 Virginia Journalist of the Year by the Virginia Association of Journalism Teachers and Advisers.
‘Hey Stranger’ tackles the question everyone struggles with during pandemic
In a time where the pandemic has isolated humanity, how does one find solace?
Recipient learns Publishers Clearing House-style
Langley High School announced its Teacher of the Year 20-21 during a virtual staff meeting.
Monitoring continues as population explodes in Tysons
The Fairfax County School Board heard the final words on the McLean/Langley High School Boundary Study during a hybrid regular meeting of the Board held on Feb. 4, 2021.
After the last public hearing, the School Board votes on Feb. 4.
The McLean/Langley High School Boundary Study is at the end of its multi-year process for the School Board to take action by vote and provide capacity relief, or not.
Next public hearing on Jan. 28, School Board vote on Feb. 4
The Fairfax County School Board held a hybrid regular meeting on Jan. 21.
Capacity relief sought with eyes on Langley High School
Fairfax County Public Schools presented three possible options and a no change option for capacity relief at McLean High School during a virtual community meeting held Mon., Dec. 7.
Even though we’re separated by distance, we’re closer than ever.
Staring at a computer for online class is far from the true experience of a classroom setting.
Tracy Waagner, a senior at McLean High School, will represent Virginia in the Division Finals of the Music Teachers National Association Southern Division Senior Vocal Competition.
Adapting their curriculum to a remote setting this fall, with the first day of school fast approaching
Diane Hausman, a fourth grade teacher at Colvin Run Elementary School, is entering her ninth year of teaching; but in many ways, she said, it feels like her first.
Alexander Joel, a rising high school senior at The Potomac School in McLean, was awarded a National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y) full-merit scholarship to study the Russian language in Moscow, Russia for five weeks.