Schools & Libraries

Did you know that ACPS is one of the most diverse school systems in the country? Our students come from more than 80 different countries, speak more than 60 languages, and represent a myriad of ethnic and cultural groups. The Alexandria Library is an educational, user-oriented service institution providing free public access to recorded knowledge and ideas.

Page updated on Mar 21, 2016 at 3:36 PM

Alexandria City Public Schools

The City of Alexandria has 1 high school, 2 middle schools, 12 elementary schools, and 1 Pre-K (16 schools total):

TC Williams SchoolHigh Schools


Middle Schools


Elementary Schools

  • John Adams (K-5)
    5651 Rayburn Ave., Alexandria, VA 22311
    Tel: 703.824.6970
  • Charles Barrett (K-5)
    1115 Martha Custis Drive, Alexandria, VA 22302
    Tel: 703.824.6960
  • Patrick Henry (K-5)
    4643 Taney Ave., Alexandria, VA 22304
    Tel: 703.461.4170
  • Jefferson-Houston (PreK-5)
    1501 Cameron Street, Alexandria, VA 22314
    Tel: 703-706-4400
  • Cora Kelly (K-5)
    3600 Commonwealth Ave., Alexandria, VA 22305
    Tel: 703.706.4420
  • Lyles-Crouch (K-5)
    530 S. St. Asaph Street, Alexandria, VA 22314
    Tel: 703.706.4430
  • Douglas MacArthur (K-5)
    1101 Janneys Lane, Alexandria, VA 22302
    Tel: 703.461.4190
  • George Mason (K-5)
    2601 Cameron Mills Road, Alexandria, VA 22302
    Tel: 703.706.4470
  • Maury (K-5)
    600 Russell Road, Alexandria, VA 22301
    Tel: 703.706.4440
  • Mount Vernon (K-5)
    2601 Commonwealth Ave., Alexandria, VA 22305
    Tel: 703.706.4460
  • James K. Polk (K-5)
    5000 Polk Ave., Alexandria, VA 22304
    Tel: 703.461.4180
  • William Ramsay (K-5)
    5700 Sanger Ave., Alexandria, VA 22311
    Tel: 703.824.6950
  • Samuel W. Tucker (K-5)
    435 Ferdinand Day Drive, Alexandria, VA 22304
    Tel: 703.933.6300


ClassroomAlexandria Private & Parochial Schools


College StudentsRegional Institutions of Higher Learning


Local Education Resources


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The Library maintains collections of general, regionally historical, and recreational reading, listening, and viewing materials for home and on-site use; provides information services by both professional and skilled staff; provides access to off-site collections, electronic reference resources, and the Internet through the latest information technologies.


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