Final Yearbook Pickup - August 11

The final date to pick up yearbooks is Tuesday, August 11, 9am-12pm at door 10.  If you cannot make that date, please arrange for a friend or family member to pick it up for you.

Please follow the requirements below for curbside pick-up.

  • Wear a mask

  • Have your name on the dashboard

  • Yearbooks will be placed inside your trunk. Please unlock the trunk when you arrive at the pick-up area.


Forgot to buy one in advance? Get one while supplies last: www.yearbookordercenter.com - school code 4159.

Questions? Contact Kelly Mulligan at kjmulligan@fcps.edu

Students in Grades 10-12 --  Collection of School-Issued Items

All school-issued items (excluding laptops) need to be collected. Please make plans to drop off items during one of the following dates and times.

  • Monday, August 3, 9am-1pm

  • Tuesday, August 11, 9am-1pm

Items should arrive in a paper bag with the students’ name, ID number, and bag contents listed on a sheet affixed to the bag. Please enter via the main parking lot entrance and proceed to the back of the school to entrance #10 (bus loop).

For everyone’s safety, we ask that masks be worn for drop off and prior to arrival, the bag should be placed in the vehicle trunk for retrieval.

2020-21Freshman & New Family Orientation Sessions

Wednesday, September 2

Times TBD

Orientation Sessions for Freshman and New Families (students new to Langley in grades 10, 11 & 12) will be held virtually this year on Wednesday, September 2nd (times tbd). Please check this page regularly for more information.


A copy of last year's New Family Presentation can be found here and additional resources are available on the Langley High School website under Student Services -> New Family/Student Guide

Langley Courtyard Legacy Tree Fundraiser


Help Transform Langley's Courtyards:

Buy a "Leaf" for the Courtyard Legacy Tree Fundraiser

Langley's PTSA is partnering with Wheat's Landscaping to transform our three courtyards -- now just institutional concrete and patches of grass--into verdant green spaces that will function as outdoor classrooms. With your support, opportunities for experiential learning -- ecology, botany, geology, water testing, etc. -- will abound!


To help us raise funds for the project, you can purchase a gold, silver, or copper-colored "leaf" or "acorn" to be engraved for the Courtyard Legacy Tree, a beautiful wall sculpture that will "grow" in Langley's front entryway where it will serve as a prominent and permanent record of those who make generous courtyard contributions. Donating a leaf--each created by students from Langley's Technical Education department--  is a wonderful way to contribute to the cost of the courtyard renovation and to leave a lasting Langley legacy that pays tribute to family, friends, teachers, businesses, pets, memories or milestones.

Interested in making an even bigger impact on the courtyard renovation project? Consider becoming a Courtyard Benefactor ($1,000+ donors) and your family or business name will be engraved on a plaque along with our most generous contributors, adjacent to the Legacy Tree. Courtyard Benefactors may also personalize up to six complimentary leaves for the Legacy Tree. 

Saxon Service

Langley students spend their Saxon Time helping others during our monthly Saxon Service program. With 14 different charitable activities from which to choose, our Saxons good works range from making blankets for homeless shelters to making Cranes for Cancer. Please encourage your students to participate.

Recording Volunteer Hours Using x2VOL

Taking a giant step forward in making it easier to keep track of volunteer hours, x2VOL is the tool FCPS middle and high schools use to support students with finding, tracking and verifying service hours electronically. Click here to learn how your student can sign up.

Support the PTSA

The PTSA earns cash back on your Cause Network purchases (without costing you a dime)! Support us. Click on the icon to shop.  

(see the LHS School Calendar for complete list of LHS events)

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