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Sophomore Class Dinner & Case Studies


Sophomore parents and students, join us for the Sophomore College Case Studies Night and Sophomore Class Dinner on Wed, Feb 28. Dinner will be in the Cafeteria starting at 5:30 pm, catered by Cafe Rio. Tickets are $25 per person. The class dinner will raise funds to support Class of 2026 activities, but is optional and not required for attendance at the LHS Student Services presentation. Click here to purchase tickets on


Volunteers are needed to help with the dinner, including providing desserts. Visit our Sign-Up Genius to pitch in.


Following dinner, Case Studies Night will begin at 7 pm. Sophomores and their parents/guardians are invited to work in small groups alongside college admissions representatives as part of a mock admissions team. Groups will review and analyze college applications. College admissions reps will lead discussion groups to help participants better understand the myths and realities of college admissions. You will gain a better understanding of the college admission process to plan for the rest of your high school experience.


Parents/guardians and students are all invited to attend. Only one registration per family is necessary. Click here to register. Registration will close on Mon, Feb 26.


Art Exhibition


This is the biggest year ever for the PTSA-sponsored DIVERSEartLANGLEY art exhibition! The exhibition featured 126 pieces of artwork, including original music, dance, poetry, ceramics, drawing, painting, collage, photography and graphic art. Attendees viewed the gallery and then joined in a discussion facilitated by guest speaker Danielle Van Hook, Director of the Youth Theatre Program at the McLean Community Center. The discussion provided space for the students to talk about their art and for audience members to reflect on how we all perceive, seek out and experience freedom.


Congratulations to the three students whose art was chosen by popular vote to receive winning prizes: 1. Aryana Molaiy, 2. Emily Hur, 3. Reva Dogra.







Congratulations to the five Langley HS PTSA students whose Reflections entries earned Outstanding Interpretation Award & Award of Excellence at the Fairfax County Council level. 

A student awards program is planned for 7 pm, Friday, February 23 at Lake Braddock Secondary School Little Cafeteria and details will be announced at, LHSPTSA enews, LHS news you choose and by separate emails to awardees. 

All students that won OI and AE are invited along with family and friends. 

Outstanding Interpretation Award entries in the FCCPTA level are advanced to the Virginia PTA (VAPTA) level. 

 The whole Langley community is very proud of the awardees and    wholeheartedly wish them further success!

Outstanding Interpretation Awards (1st place)


Visual Arts

Kristen Han, 9th



Inger Logan, 9th


Award of Excellence (2nd place)


Dance Choreography

Reva Dogra, 11th


Music Composition

Aditya Gupta, 12th



Robert West, 10th

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The Service and Jobs Opportunities Committee's goal is to help connect students to summer internships, jobs, and volunteer opportunities to fulfill community service requirements, gain job experience, and explore career paths.

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Learn more about, where students are able to get personal help 24/7. For example, students can work through Java/Python code together with a tutor, get in-depth feedback on college and scholarship application essays and even get help in Spanish from bilingual tutors for all students still learning English. For those families with soon-to-be college students, students also have access to all of the Princeton Review’s SAT/ACT coursework with unlimited tutoring at no additional cost!


Did you miss the webinar?  You can watch the recording here.


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