Calling all parents of second-semester seniors: We chatted with Susan Chiarolanzio, director of college counseling and senior class dean at Flint Hill School, about how to keep teens engaged until graduation.
As multiple generations grapple with skyrocketing student loan debt, Virginia’s public schools are working to ensure up-and-coming high school grads are fluent in the language of money.
From annual festivals to educational workshops, children young and old will delight in participating in these events with you in NoVA.
In its second storefront, Jimmy Potters will offer pottery-wheel classes and ceramics painting for adults and kids alike.
Here are our favorite family-friendly film coming to Northern Virginia box offices at the start of 2020.
Come 2020, seventh through 12th grade students of Fairfax County will have more opportunity to voice their opinion outside of the classroom, thanks to a recent policy change.