Message from the Principal


Greetings Saxons,

As we enjoy the calm before this weekend’s pending inclement weather, I hope everyone is well. Let’s start our weekly celebration!

I am thrilled to share that the following Langley students are finalists in the 2022 Competition for National Merit Scholarship awards! We are so proud of these outstanding scholars!
Nathan Cao
Binh Huynh
Ryan Jones
Erika Li
Casey Lim
Chan-Ho Oh
William Orr
Elaine Zou

Two of our students have advanced to the state National History competition which will be held in April. Congratulations to Jacqueline Gauthier- The Antarctic Treaty- Choosing Peace for a Frozen Continent (Individual Website submission) and Mansi Bhardwaj- World War Zero: Diplomacy in the Treaty of Portsmouth.

A huge Saxon shoutout to our girls 4x800 indoor track team. They won states in their event! Congratulations to Elena Pesavento, Lila Pesavento, Corinne Jaggard and Lila Waters.

Our Symphonic Orchestra competed at the Grade 5 Level and was it the largest group at the event.
They received Three Superior ratings and One Excellent for an Overall Superior.

The Philharmonic Orchestra were judged at the Grade 6 which is the highest level of competition.
They received Unanimous Superior rankings and were the only grade 6 group to receive a 1 in sight-reading.
Way to go, Saxon Orchestra!

We wish our band and choir programs the best of luck with their upcoming assessments!


Yesterday’s Langley Link activity was Drop Everything and Read. What a great way to engage with books!


During this appreciation week, we thank Ms. Kennedy for all she does to support our kids and families.


We thank our athletic trainers for taking care of our athletes!

As we are well into second semester, we are starting to see some behavior which we need your assistance to address. Some students are leaving school grounds during the school hours. Per FCPS regulations, students are not allowed to leave school grounds during the school day without school approval.

We are also seeing an increase in students wearing clothing which is not aligned with the FCPS dress code. Students are expected to dress appropriately for a K-12 educational environment. Thank you for helping us keep everyone’s attention on the valuable instruction provided by our incredible teachers.

I wish each of you a great weekend.