This Week at Langley

Langley Calendar

Visit the “Langley Calendar” for events for the 2023 – 2024 school year. Click on the event for additional information. Check back frequently for newly added and updates on events. Bookmark page for future reference.

This Week at Langley

Monday, November 13 

  • Meet the Coach Night for Winter Sports, 7:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, November 14 

  • Partners for Safe Teen Driving, 6:30 p.m. (doors close promptly at 6:30 p.m.) 

Thursday, November 16 

  • Saxon Service 

Wednesday, November 22 - Friday, November 24

  • Thanksgiving Break 

Tuesday, November 28 

  • Financial Aid Night @ McLean High School, 6:30 p.m. 


Did You Know...

Fairfax County youth reported lower rates of use than those reported nationally for most substances assessed on the survey. Rates of use among Fairfax County students were less than half the national rates for past month use of alcohol, marijuana, vaping, inhalant use, LSD or other hallucinogens, cocaine or crack, ecstasy, steroids, heroin, and cigarettes. Here are the 2022-23 youth survey results.

Wellness Screening- November 14, 2023     

(9th Grade Parents Only)

Mental health problems can develop in adolescence which is full of emotions for teens. Some of these emotions are actually mental illnesses. Depression is among the most common mental illnesses. Depression is treatable; however, it is a leading risk factor for suicide. To proactively address mental illness, Langley High School is providing a mental wellness screening and suicide prevention training as part of the SOS Signs of Suicide Prevention Program.  9th grade parents received an email on October 10th with details regarding this screening and an opt-out link should they wish to do so.  Please contact Tim Ready, school counselor, at with any questions.


Upcoming College Access Fairfax Events

To attend any of the workshops click on the events calendar on our website:



The deadline is extended to November 17th. Please submit your masterpiece to


Theme: “I am Hopeful Because…”

NEW Deadline: November 17th.

Categories: Visual Arts, Dance Choreography, Film Production, Literature, Photography, Musical Composition, Special Arts.

Information: A Quick Guide - Reflections 2023, or

Scan the QR codes on the Reflections posters in the hallways, or

Email , or

Talk to your English and/or Art teachers.

For inspiration watch the videos: here


How to Access Free Resources from



FCPS students continue to have unlimited access to live, 24/7, one-on-one online tutoring services through at no cost to families. Student participation is optional and parents/guardians can opt their student(s) out of accessing the services. Detailed information and FAQs are available on the Online Tutoring Services webpage.

Students can access via a link in Schoology. Additional information about how to log in and access a tutor is provided to families via the following: Middle & High - How It Works. Questions not answered in the posted resources may be sent to


Financial Aid Night:

When: Tuesday, November 28th, 6:30 p.m.

Where: McLean HS Auditorium, 1633 Davidson Rd., McLean, VA Hear from NOVA’s Financial Aid Director on:

FAFSA Merit Scholarships

CSS Profile and more!

Senior Portraits - LAST CHANCE

  • Legacy Studios is returning to Langley for FINAL make-up and re-take senior portraits.
  • Nov 30 & Dec 1
  • Students must make an appointment with Legacy Studios.
  • Seniors not photographed by Dec 1 will be listed as NOT PICTURED in the yearbook.


Renaissance Feaste

Tickets sales are live and going fast for the Langley High School annual Renaissance Feaste.  Mark your calendars for an evening of music, dinner, and merriment on December 1st and 2nd at 7:00 PM. Dinner seats include a choice of grilled chicken with mashed potatoes and sage drawn butter, or vegetarian Farfale pasta with basil tomato sauce.  Both entrees include harvest vegetables, salad with a simple lemon dressing, corn bread and pumpkin bunt cakes for $35 per person. Gluten free selections are also available. New this year - stadium style student seating (does not include dinner) on the steps of Langley Hall for $10. Ticket sales are available at Buy now to reserve your seats!

Federal Impact Aid 

Each year, Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) is eligible to apply for federal Impact Aid grant funds. Impact Aid is a federal formula grant program designed to assist local school districts that enroll federally-connected students. Federally-connected students are children of active duty uniformed services personnel; children who live on federal property or in subsidized federal housing; and children whose parents are employed on eligible federal properties.

FCPS anticipates receiving approximately $3,000,000 in unrestricted funds from the Impact Aid grant. These funds become part of the school system's general operating budget and are critical to maintaining high standards for educational excellence. This year, FCPS is pleased to announce that the Federal Impact Aid Survey will be available electronically through your ParentVUE account. The survey is now open in ParentVUE. Please visit this link  to find out more about the Impact Aid program, directions for completing the form, and to log in to ParentVUE. We are required to have a form for each student even if the parents are not federally connected; so, please fill out one for each child you have enrolled in FCPS. If you are experiencing difficulties with SIS please submit an IT request at the following link: families that do not have access to ParentVUE or prefer to complete a paper form, a printed form will be provided at your request.

As always, if you have questions, would like a paper form, or need assistance, please reach out to our survey coordinator at

No Food Deliveries!

Please note that students are not allowed to receive food deliveries during the school day due to security concerns. If a student needs food, they can contact their counselor, cafeteria staff, or administrator for assistance.

Quick Links:

2023-2024 Standard School Year Calendar

November 12 Diwali
November 22-24 Holidays | Thanksgiving Break
December 7 Religious and Cultural Observance | Chanukah (begins sundown 12/7-sundown 12/15)
December 8 Religious and Cultural Observance | Bodhi Day
December 18-31 Holidays | Winter Break
December 25 Christmas
January 1, 2024 Holiday | New Year's Day
January 6 Three Kings Day/Epiphany
January 7 Orthodox Christmas
January 15 Holiday | Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday 
January 19 Religious and Cultural Observance | Orthodox Epiphany
January 25 End of Second Quarter - 2-hour Early Release 
January 26 Student Holiday (Teacher Work Day for Staff - Option to work at an alternate location) 
February 10 Lunar New Year
February 14 Ash Wednesday
February 19 Holiday | Washington’s Birthday and Presidents’ Day
March 5 Presidential Primary (tentative)
March 11 Religious and Cultural Observance | First Full Day of Ramadan (begins sundown 3/10 and continues with daily fast and nightly prayer until 4/9)
March 20 Orthodox Ash Wednesday
March 22 End of Third Quarter
March 25-29 Holidays | Spring Break
March 29 Good Friday
March 31 Easter
April 1 Student Holiday (Teacher Work Day for Staff)
April 2 Student Holiday (Staff Development Day for Staff)
April 9 Religious and Cultural Observance | Eid al Fitr (begins sundown 4/9 – sundown 4/10)
April 10 Holiday | Eid al Fitr (begins sundown 4/9 – sundown 4/10)
April 22 Religious and Cultural Observance | First evening of Passover (begins sundown 4/22 - sundown 4/30)
April 23 Religious and Cultural Observance | Second evening of Passover
April 24 Religious and Cultural Observance | Theravada New Year
May 3 Student Holiday (Teacher Work Day for Staff )
May 5 Orthodox Easter
May 27 Holiday | Memorial Day
June 3 Class of 2024 Graduation Day 
June 12 Last Day of School / Early Release