Click here to read important information for the Class of 2020- graduation, photos, diplomas and more!
Senior Art Show
In honor of our graduates, please enjoy this Senior Art Show.
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Grab and Go Meals
FCPS is providing grab and go meals at several schools and community centers, pop-up locations, and along several bus routes throughout the county.
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Assistance from a Distance
Find out how to access the Fairfax County Department of Family Services remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
UPDATE: Grab and Go Meals at No Cost to Students
FCPS is providing grab and go meals at no cost for students at several locations including schools and bus routes. Find a location near you.
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Upcoming Events at Bryant High School
NOVA Dual Enrollment
Parenting Education Resources
Mental Health Resources: 24/7 Emergency Numbers
CrisisLink Regional Hotline
Dominion Hospital Emergency
Mobile Crisis Unit
FCPS News and Features
Class of 2020 Senior Spotlight - Adam Ashley, Falls Church High School
In this Class of 2020 Senior Spotlight, we feature Adam Ashley from Falls Church High School, who is making the best of his senior year, and in the fall plans to attend the University of Virginia with an intent to major in Public Policy through the Batten School for Leadership and Public Policy.
Class of 2020 Senior Spotlight - Sarah Luffy, Westfield High School
In this Class of 2020 Senior Spotlight, we feature Sarah Luffy from Westfield High School, who is making the best of her senior year, and in the fall plans to attend University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg in the Bachelor of Science and Nursing program.
Class of 2020 Senior Spotlight - Parker Nguyen, Woodson High School
In this Class of 2020 Senior Spotlight, we feature Parker Nguyen from Woodson High School, who is making the best of his senior year, and in the fall plans to attend The Catholic University of America to study mechanical engineering.