Karen Ramos, a senior at Sterling's Dominion High School, is one of four U.S. student journalists named Student Journalists of the Year by PBS NewsHour's Student Reporting Labs.
ASHBURN, Va. (AP) — Officials in Loudoun County Public Schools are pushing back against a campaign by conservative parents to withdraw books with LGBTQ characters from elementary schools.
At its first official public meeting Tuesday, the 2020-2023 Loudoun County School Board voted to reinstate bus transportation for Loudoun-based students at Alexandria's Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology and to remove the 50-person cap on Loudoun ninth-graders entering t…
Two Loudoun County Public Schools theatre teachers received a $5,000 grant from the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts in support of special projects and performances, according to an LCPS announcement.
Loudoun County Public Schools Superintendent Eric Williams presented his $1.396 billion Proposed Fiscal Year 2021 Operating Budget to the Loudoun County School Board Thursday night during a special meeting at the LCPS Administrative Offices in Ashburn.
The 2020-2023 Loudoun County School Board's nine members were sworn in Monday evening, after which Brenda Sheridan (Sterling District) was selected to chair the board and Atoosa Reaser (Algonkian District) was tapped as the vice chair.
Ashburn's Independence High School will host the third Loudoun County Public Schools Mental Health and Wellness Conference Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Loudoun County Public Schools' Facilities Services Department removed mold-affected sheet rock panels from Hillsboro Charter Academy on Dec. 5 after a hazardous level of mold spores was found in the wall cavity between the school's innovation lab and staff lounge.
During its final regular meeting Tuesday, the nine-person 2016-2019 Loudoun County School Board — seven of whom will not return for the 2020-2023 term — took the opportunity to bid farewell to their colleagues and share final thoughts and appreciations with the public.
Growth and Opportunity in Virginia (GO Virginia), a statewide economic development initiative based in Richmond, has granted the Loudoun Education Foundation $2.4 million for its K-12 Computer Science Pipeline program in Loudoun County Public Schools and Chesapeake Public Schools.
Raytheon Technical Services Company welcomed several Loudoun high school students for its Job-for-a-Day program at the company's Dulles location in November.
Twenty fourth-grade students at Algonkian Elementary School in Sterling worked with representatives from infrastructure management company Rhythmic Technologies for its first Code Club program, which ran for six weeks and concluded Dec. 6.