• District X Honors Chorus

    23 of our Edison students participated in the District X Honors Chorus at TC Williams High School February 12-14. They sang with selected students from other area high schools under the direction of Jo-Anne van der Vat-Chromy, Director of Choral Activities at James Madison University (SSAA Chorus) and Elaine Stanford, Music Specialist at Loudoun County Public Schools (SATB Chorus). Congratulations to Juniors Emily and Talia who have been selected for the All-Virginia Honors Chorus. This is a huge accomplishment!

  • Congratulations Science Fair Participants

    The Edison Science Department would like to congratulate the 123 students who participated in our science fair on February 7, 2015. The students put a lot of time and hard work into their projects and did an excellent job of representing themselves and our school well on Saturday. The following students were recognized for their achievements:

    In the category of Physics
    1st place - Megan
    2nd Place – Mark
    3rd Place – Drew
    Honorable Mention – Keiron
    Honorable Mention - Jhorgely
    In the category of Chemistry
    1st Place – Alayna
    2nd Place – Mohammad
    3rd Place – Anhar
    3rd Place – Jhonie
    Honorable Mention – Sarah
    In the category of Natural Sciences
    1st Place – Allan and Omar
    2nd Place – Molly
    3rd Place – Megan, Isabel, Brenna
    Honorable Mention – Gemma, Emily
    Honorable Mention - Deinielle

  • VEW Robotics Volunteer of the Year Award

    Mr. Chirinos was awarded the VEW Robotics volunteer of the year award. Congrats to Mr. Chirinos and his VEX robotics team.

  • Student Early Pick Up

    We ask that you send a note with your student in the morning if he or she has an appointment and needs to leave school early. We will have your student waiting for you in the main office with advance notice. Please understand that if you come to school without prior notice to pick up your student, there will probably be a delay, so please be patient.

    Also, if you need to pick up your student close to the end of the school day, you will need to arrive no later than 1:50 PM. We will not be able to retrieve your student from a classroom after 1:50 PM because staff is already preparing for dismissal. You will have to wait until dismissal time (2:12 a.m.) for your student.

    We appreciate your cooperation and attention to these matters that help our school to maximize classroom time, focus on learning, and run efficiently.

  • Course Selection for 2015-16

    Course selection for the 2015-2016 school year began on Tuesday, February 17th. Please review the Course Selection Guide to help you make your choices for the for your courses for next year. Hard copies are also available in Student Services.

  • College Partnership Program (CPP) Recruitment

    The College Partnership Program (CPP) recruitment is open through Friday, March 20th , we are looking for eligible candidates for the program. The program is for 9th through 11th grade students with a 2.5 GPA in their core subjects, but preference is given to first generation students.  CPP is a motivational program designed to increase the academic aspiration and enrollment of students in college, particularly first generation college students and minority students. Services include academic counseling, college orientation, parents and community involvement.  Factors for consideration of candidates (they do not have to meet all the criteria, just some):

    • Represents first generation college attendance
    • Member of an ethnic minority
    • Demonstrates ability to achieve and maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5
    • Is a member of one of the NCLB subgroups identified as being in the achievement gap
    • Demonstrates willingness to pursue advanced coursework
    • Demonstrates leadership in school and/or community activities
    • Represents family with income insufficient to support college without financial assistance

    CPP is an awesome program that offers mentoring, free college trips, preparation for the college admissions process, one-on-one help in securing scholarship money in the senior year and many other services.  If you know of interested students who meet the criteria above, please send them our way. Applications are available in Student Services and Career CenterIf you have any questions, please contact Ms. Betty Dely, CPP Advocate by email:  or (703) 924-8149.

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  • Schedule Committee Information
    Scheduling Committee Presentations

    The Scheduling Committee has narrowed down the schedule options for the 2015-16 school year. Here are the Schedule Options for your review and Schedule FAQs. Email questions or comments about the schedule to

  • Student Services
    Eagle Eye Newsletter

    Check out the winter edition of the Student Services Newsletter "Eagle Eye" for the latest on ways to get involved in school, upcoming events, college planning, course selection, academic supports, and more!

  • Eagles Post - Edison Spirit Wear Store

    Open on Fridays 6:45-7:15am and 2:15-2:45pm
    The store is located in the front of the school across from the Career Center in the A hallway.
    You can see some of the items for sale here and prices here.

  • Broadcast Journalism Videos - Suicide Prevention

    The Edison Broadcast Journalism class has released a video titled Mental Health & Wellness. Help is available. You can see all of their videos on the EHS Broadcasting Youtube channel.

  • The Edison High School Math Center

    Students can access the Math Center during their lunch period, Eagle Time and after school on Thursdays. Student Tutors and Math Teachers will be available to help with homework, catch-up work, and review.
    Please see attached Flyer.

  • Order Your Edison Yearbook Now!

    Order online here using school code 5211. Or order at school in room C207. Yearbooks are $80. Please make checks payable to Herff Jones. If you have any questions, please contact Heather Brueggen.

  • National Forensics League's Leading Chapter Award

    Edison High School earned the National Forensics League's 2013-14 Leading Chapter Award in the state of Virginia. We will be honored with the award at the National District Tournament in 2015. The award is a "coveted honor... the highest recognition the Association can bestow." According to the NFL, the award "reflects 377 members and degrees in your time as coach... several hundred students have been taught communication, analysis, leadership, and social skills... It serves as an indication of your relentless dedication to these students and to speech and debate education. Your efforts truly embody our mission of giving youth a voice." Edison received the award out of more than 3,000 schools Nationwide! Congratulations Stacey Kiggins and Edison students, for this remarkable achievement!!

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Alexandria, VA 22310
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