Class of 2021
Welcome Seniors and Parents...
IMPORTANT UPCOMING DATES
SEPT. 14-21 –Textbook Distribution
SEPT. 21 – Virtual Back to School Night
SEPT. 23 – SAT administered for Langley Seniors Only
OCT. 1 - Virtual Parent Forum
Senior Class Portraits
Sep 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 17, & 18
Prestige Portraits will be held in Langley Hall. If you need to schedule or re-schedule an appointment please contact Lifetouch Customer Service Department at 1-800-445-1189 or 410-644-7700
We need your Class of 2021 Photos!
The Class of 2021 has been and is still collecting photos
of your years at Langley to be shown at the
Senior Class of 2021 Celebration.
Please send your photos from Fall of 2017 until Spring of 2021 to be included in the Senior Slide Show commemorating your years at Langley. We are looking for group photos during or after school, extra curricular activities, as well as pictures of students keeping active during the quarantine!
Parent Forums and Town Halls
Oct 1st at 10am (Virtual):
Jennifer Weaver, a licensed clinical social worker and registered play therapist supervisor will share information virtually on Parenting in a Pandemic
Previous Event Recordings:
Sept 9th Senior College Night:
Students learned about their counselor’s specific requirements in the college application process, including required documents and critical deadlines.
August 14th Virtual Town Hall Recording: Town Hall for parents of Seniors and Juniors hosted by Principal Greer
June 3rd Virtual Parent Forum Recording: "The Changing Landscape of College Admissions Presented by Hannah Wolff" Link: https://us.bbcollab.com/collab/ui/session/playback
May 1st Virtual Parent Forum Recording: Principal Greer, Mr. Sykes, and Mr. Peterson answer questions. Link: https://us.bbcollab.com/recording/2506409b582946d1bdf49571c5704296
Frequently Asked Questions
What is MySchoolBucks?
It is a website used by FCPS and school systems nationwide to collect payments online for school meals, after-school programs, athletic fees, and more. With MySchoolBucks parents can easily add money to their student's accounts, check balances and recent purchases, and set up notifications for upcoming payments all conveniently online.
Why Are There Annual Class Dues?
The dues that are requested each of the four years at Langley and are used to cover costs not paid for by Fairfax County. They include annual costs such as the Homecoming T-shirts, class treats (doughnuts distributed a few times a year), class parent coffees, and the information packets handed out at the beginning of the year. But the larger and more important costs come junior and senior years and include some prom costs and senior events including the class field trips (e.g., Hershey Park), senior picnic, Ethics Day, senior video, senior breakfast, and almost $40,000 in graduation costs from caps & gowns to the venue itself among numerous other costs. By collecting Class Dues each year and through various fund raising events, we are able to significantly lessen the cost to each family of these activities.
What classes does my student have on which days?
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.
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 cleanup, and over 100 Senior parents organize and chaperone/work the event.
Graduating seniors 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.
Interested in helping out with ANGP? Contact Sydnee Calderwood at firstname.lastname@example.org
James Sykes, email@example.com
Michelle Huang, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jay O'Rourke, email@example.com
Co-Lead Class Parents – Lee Ann Brownlee & Noelle Soobert,
Treasurer – Eric Reed, firstname.lastname@example.org
Communications – Suzie Grieco, email@example.com
Coffees – Deb Worden, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dinners – Laurie Bennett & Kelly Schulman, email@example.com;
Volunteers – Peggy Flaxman, firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Slideshow – Linda Somogyi, email@example.com
ANGP Liason – Sydnee Calderwood, firstname.lastname@example.org
Prom - Kim Finch, email@example.com