A Purcellville man was arrested Friday afternoon after a hit-and-run crash on Route 9 that involved a Loudoun County Public Schools bus, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.
For John Gabriel, principal of Ashburn’s Independence High School — which is holding its inaugural day of classes Thursday — the daunting task of helping open a school is nothing new. He was formerly the first principal of John Champe High School in Aldie, a start-up process he remembers as …
Loudoun County High School administrators, faculty, students and alumni have collaborated to request that the school’s athletic stadium be renamed Sonny Pearson Stadium after late LCHS graduate and longtime Loudoun County Public Schools employee Frank “Sonny” Pearson.
Members of a specialized class at Loudoun Valley High School, Positive Experiences in Educational Relationships (PEER), took an artistic approach to their goal of supporting fellow students emotionally, socially and academically by painting colorful and inspiring messages on the school’s bat…
The Loudoun County-based Smashing Walnuts Foundation, a nonprofit that aims to raise awareness of pediatric cancer and fund brain cancer research, has announced the Smashing Walnuts Foundation Scholarship to support a PhD student researching brain cancer at Children’s National Medical Center…
Sterling Supervisor Koran Saines (D) will host a back-to-school supply drive to assist children and families in the Sterling community. The drive will run through Aug. 16 before school starts on Aug. 22.
“One Tree Hill” star and Park View High School alumna Hilarie Burton has launched a collection of clothing that will benefit extracurricular activities at the Sterling high school.
When Dylan Wooden of Sterling was diagnosed with nonverbal autism when he was four, his mother Annette had never even heard of the disorder.
Driving a car is a right of passage, which for many teens can be a difficult process to complete. Students need to have access to a car and an adult willing and able to teach them how to drive. For some, the obstacles to getting a license can make it nearly impossible.
Rock Ridge High School math teacher Ashley Storm has visited Ethiopia several times to work with young children. This year, she and other pre-calculus teachers came up with a way for their students to use their math skills to bring joy to those children’s lives: creating a coloring book.
In response to a lawsuit filed by a 14-year-old Loudoun County student and her mother against a Trailside Middle math teacher and other school officials, the accused math teacher has filed a counterclaim seeking damages against the mother and daughter.
“All For the Union,” a play focusing on three Loudoun County women, will appear at the Capital Fringe Festival in D.C. in July as well as at the historic Aldie Mill in August.