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Arlington Career Center

School officials likely to build new Career Center from scratch

School Board members on Oct. 28 are likely to approve, in principle, construction of a $150-million-to-$170-million new Arlington Career Center, which could be open to students by the end of 2025 if all goes according to plan. The proposal to...

Candidate urges restraint in developing Career Center site

Arlington’s likely next School Board member says her future colleagues need to pump the brakes and consider scaling back grandiose plans for the Arlington Career Center site. In a Sept. 14 forum sponsored by the Arlington County Civic Federation, Mary...

Students garner Community Foundation scholarships

The Community Foundation for Northern Virginia recently presented more than $320,000 in college scholarships to 122 recent high-school graduates and current college students. “Every year, we are very impressed by the pool of talented students applying,” said Eileen Ellsworth, president...

Commentary: Do not let APS gut animal-sciences program

Editor: I am an 11th-grader at Washington-Liberty High School and a technical-animal-science student at the Arlington Career Center. The animal-science program is at risk. The number of animals in the program has been dwindling for years. The program has not...

Career Center educator in running for presidential honors

An Arlington Career Center teacher is one of five named as a Virginia finalist in the 2021 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. The award – regarded as the nation’s top honor for math and science teachers...
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Letter: Del. Simon lives his values, aids his community

Editor: In your Oct. 21 Fairfax legislative-races endorsements, you claim that the Del. Marcus Simon (D-53rd) is “disconnected from...
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