Graduation Section

Pictures for the LHS2020 Senior Video

Our class senior video presentation is just a few months away. 
Please email your photos to
The deadline to submit pictures to be included in the Senior Video is Midnight, Monday, May 18th
Click here for more details.

Langley Leap

Update as of March 19, 2020

Seniors, as schools are closed until at least April 10, Langley Leap Application packets are no longer due by March 27.  As the situation is fluid, we will establish a new due date when we have a better of idea of when we will be returning to school.  While there is a possibility that Leap may need to be cancelled this year, it is far too early to make that determination.  For the time being, stay home and stay safe.

What is Langley Leap?

Eligible seniors will participate in a 5-day internship in local businesses, schools, and community service organizations in our area.  This experience will benefit students in numerous ways:  to help them explore a possible area of interest in college, to provide tangible experience putting academic interests in action in a non-academic setting, and, ideally, to provide an opportunity to give time and effort to organizations that need both.

Seniors will have the opportunity to participate in Langley Leap for the week of May 18-22 before Memorial Day Weekend.  Following Memorial Day, they will begin the final week of high school with mandatory graduation rehearsals and culminating events of their senior year before the following Monday’s graduation.

Please read the Langley Leap 2020 Document for more details.  Click here for the Langley Leap Application Package.  

All Government Teachers have been asked to post the Application Package to their Google Classroom / Blackboard sites and to let seniors know the packets are available.  Government teachers will be the point-of-contact for all Langley Leap paperwork/information distribution and collection.  Mr. Jackson emailed the Application document to all online Government students (via their fcpsschools gmail address) and informed them that he will be their in-building contact for all Langley Leap paperwork and information.

The Class of 2020 Senior Pano is available to order
from Lifetouch

Purchase your copy today by visiting

Click “Find Your Event” 

Photo ID: 169586-001-001

NOTE: Your Order Deadline is Wednesday, February 26, 2020.

Orders placed after this date will be charged a Late Order fee.


Questions: Please contact Lifetouch directly -  1-800-445-1189 or

use the following screenshot of the order form as an example.

Service Cord and Diploma Civic Seals

Service Cord and Diploma Civic & STEM Seal applications are due to your counselor by Friday, May 1, 2020.

For more information, scroll to the bottom of the following webpage:


For further questions, contact Mrs. Shomaker in Student Services (

High School Graduation Video Order Form

Relive the memories of your high school graduation by ordering a video.

Note:  This video is of the graduation ceremony at DAR Constitution Hall.  It is not a copy of the senior video.

Second Senior Parent Forum
Tuesday, February 4th

The second Senior Class Parent Forum was held on Tuesday, February 4th, from 9:30-11:00AM in the Langley Lecture Hall (Room 2600).   


The Agenda


9:30 Welcome

9:35 College Selection, Wait Lists, and Now What ... (Hannah Wolff, College and Career Specialist)

10:15 What to do NOW to prepare for Life after Langley

10:30 Senior Calendar Review, Q&A

11:00 Adjourn

Senior Events of Interest

Senior College Night


The LHS Senior Night was held on Wednesday, September 11th.  Following is the deck presented to parents and information emailed by counselors.  A lot of important content is in these three documents.  The content below assumes you have fully read these two documents.  Questions?  Seniors contact their counselor.



Senior College Application Deadlines




















Please note: The above deadlines assist your school counselor in managing college materials and writing letters of recommendations for their students. You must submit your college list, transcript release form, transcript payments (first three are free), senior information sheet, and parent response forms by the above deadlines.

 You do not need to submit your actual applications to colleges by these deadlines. You also do not need to wait for transcripts and letters of rec to be submitted before submitting your application.


Senior College Application Checklist:


1. SENIOR:  List of ALL colleges/universities you are applying to with decisions and application types (ED, EA, Rolling, Regular, Common app, Coalition) in fillable-PDF.  If you can not fill in the form, make sure you have downloaded Adobe Acrobat and select "Open In Acrobat Reader"

2. SENIOR:  Complete the Senior Information Sheet.  These answers will be used to complete counselor recommendation.

3. PARENT:  Complete the Parent Response Form. These answers will be used to complete the counselor recommendation.

4. SENIOR:  Complete an Activities Resume.  These answers will be used to complete each student's counselor recommendation.

5. SENIOR and PARENT:  Complete/Sign your Counselor Transcript Request Form, which was distributed to Seniors at Senior College Night.  See your Counselor if you did not receive a copy.   Signatures are required from both SENIOR and PARENT.


6. SENIOR:  Print Items 1-5 above and hand them to your counselor IN PERSON. Do not leave on desk or anywhere else.  Physically hand them to your counselor and confirm that you have completed everything accurately and do not have anything outstanding.


7. PARENT/SENIOR:  If necessary, pay for Transcripts via MySchoolBucks.  The first 3 transcripts are free.  There is a $5.00 charge for each transcript after first three.  Unpaid fees become senior obligations.

8. SENIOR:  For all colleges in list #1 above, add to “Colleges I’m Thinking About” in Naviance (

9. SENIOR:  Submit official test scores to Colleges applying to from respective College Board ( and ACT ( websites.

10. SENIOR:  Request teacher recommendations.

11. SENIOR:  Complete College Applications.

Class of 2020 Key Links

Please be sure to:

✔ Sign up for the Class Google Group.

✔ Activate an SIS Parent account, if you do not already have one.

✔ Sign up now to receive the school newsletter called E-news so that you are up-to-date on things going on at Langley.

✔ Support the PTSA with grocery, Amazon, and other purchases.  Please use the following link:

Upcoming Class Events:

Spring Break


Time TBD

HAZE:  Perils of the College Culture (Seniors Only)


Langley Leap Completed Grade Verification Sheets Due (Government Teachers)



LHS Lecture Hall/Room 2600

Third Senior Parent Forum


Senior Picnic


AP Exams


Student Obligations Payments Due to Participate in Langley Leap


Location TBD

Junior/Senior Prom


By midnight

Deadline to submit pictures to be included in Senior Video


Langley Leap

MON May 25

Memorial Day Holiday


Last Day for ANGP TIckets at $85

Ticket Price Increases on May 26



Mandatory Graduation Rehearsal #1


ANGP Ticket Price Increases to $100


Langley Leap Completed Attendance form Due (Government Teachers)


Hershey Park

Senior Class Field Trip




Senior Family Breakfast




Senior Awards and Senior Video



Mandatory Graduation Rehearsal #2 and Graduation Ticket Distribution



LHS Auditorium




DAR Constitution Hall

Class of 2020 Graduation


10:45PM - 4:00AM

Oak Marr Recreation Center

All Night Grad Party (ANGP)


Stay tuned in!

Please ask your friends, teammates, and neighbors who also have LHS seniors if they receive our emails.  We will communicate key information using this group email throughout the senior year, and you will not want to miss out!  


Any email changes/updates, please contact our Communication Lead


Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) works with a third-party organization, MySchoolBucks,, to facilitate on-line payment of class dues/dinner/donations, testing fees, Saxon Scope, field trips, and other activity fees, as well as to electronically add funds to FCPS cafeteria balances.

Families need to enroll in MySchoolBucks once, and that account will be used for all children from all schools within Fairfax County. 


MySchoolBucks works with the county's student information database (SIS).  Once enrolled, families can add items to their “Cart” for students from all schools participating in “on-line payment” and make a single payment for all back-to-school payments made directly to FCPS.


NOTE: Payments to PTSA/PTOs, Boosters, and other organizations supporting Langley High School and other schools in FCPS are made via those respective organizations and NOT via MySchoolBucks.

If you are ready to get started without further instruction, go to  

Otherwise, click on the following button for more information:

SIS Parent Account Information 


If you have an SIS Parent Account, but have forgotten your password, go to this link:

If you need to register for an SIS Parent Account, go to:

If you already have set up your SIS Parent Account but are having a technical issue, go to:

*Note:  If your “technical issue” is that you have forgotten your password, use the first link above.

Class Forum Powerpoints
Third Junior Class Parent Forum

Our final Junior Parent Forum was held on Thursday, April 25, 2019.  In addition to junior-specific updates, we were fortunate to have had clinical psychologist Dr. Anita Auerbach as our guest speaker.  

Second Junior Class Parent Forum

Our second Junior Class Parent Forum was on December 5, 2018.  We welcomed Jan Dabrowski, LHS Assessment Coach, who helped to de-mystify SAT/ACT/AP tests and answer questions related to standardized testing.  In addition, we provided hands-on demonstration/training with the new Naviance Student (formerly Family Connection).  Naviance Student is accessed through Blackboard/FCPS 24-7 Learning:

First Junior Class Parent Forum

Our first Junior Class Parent Forum was held on October 10th.  New Principal, Kim Greer, joined us.  Timelines for college planning junior year were presented, and Langley's College and Career Specialist, Hannah Wolff, answered questions. 

Class Parents

Lead Class Parent - 

Elizabeth Trumbull


Treasurer - Susan Connery,

Communications - Annette Bellino

Dinners - 

Sarah Tyler & Jenifer Lesan,

Volunteers - Julie Assaad

Senior Slideshow - Jane Riddell

2020 ANGP - Missy Perkins

2019 Prom -

Christina Treacy & Lisa Nevins

Class Administrator

Assistant Principal - Jim Robertson


Class Sponsors

Mary Baker,



Jeff Vande Sande, 


LHS Class of 2020
Frequently Asked Questions

What are the school hours?

Classes begin promptly at 8:10AM and end at 2:55PM.  Click here for the Langley bell schedule.


What classes does my student have on which days? 

Click here for the Green/Gold Day Calendar.

On “Green Days”, students attend classes for periods 1, 3, 5,7.

On “Gold Days”, students attend classes for periods 2, 3, 4, 6

Saxon Time is held on all days with a full school day at the same time: 9:47 – 10:17AM.

When will the directory be available?

The Directories have been available since November.  Many parents find the mobile app the most useful way to access directory information.  You can search by student or parent names and easily access address and phone numbers.  Download the app to your phone today:  Use your login information provided/created when you updated your student’s information.   Questions? Contact:

LHS2020 Graduation - It's Official

Please add the following Graduation-Related Dates to your calendars.  More information will be provided for each event in the coming months.

Friday, 5/29 8:30AM:  Senior Family Breakfast in Cafeteria

Friday, 5/29 9:30AM:  Senior Awards and Senior Video in Auditorium

Sunday, 5/31 5PM:  Baccalaureate in LHS Auditorium

Monday, 6/1 10AM:  Graduation at DAR Constitution Hall

Monday, 6/1 10:45PM - Tuesday, 6/2 4:00AM:  All Night Grad Party at Oak Marr Recreation Center

What is ANGP?

ANGP stands for All Night Grad Party.  For 30 years, Langley seniors have enjoyed a safe, fun, party all-night after their graduation at Constitution Hall.  The ANGP is sponsored by the LHS PTSA and hosted by an ANGP chair and committee of Senior Parents.  Every LHS class provides volunteers to make the event a success.  Freshmen parents setup, Sophomore parents decorate, Junior parents clean-up, and over 100 Senior parents organize and chaperone/work the event. 


Seniors/graduates attend from 11:00PM on the night of graduation until 4:00AM the following morning.  The goal is to reduce the risk of teen drinking and drug use on graduation night, saving the lives of our teens and others in the community.  ANGP provides our graduates a fun, safe, alcohol and drug free evening to celebrate one last time with all of their classmates.  Historically, more than 90 percent of the graduating seniors attend.  


Missy Perkins ( is the ANGP Chair for LHS2020

To purchase tickets and for more information:


Senior Parent Volunteers are needed during the party at Oak Marr Recreation Center

Monday, 6/1 10PM - Tuesday, 6/2 4AM

Signup links will be added to this webpage later this Spring:

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