Class of 2023
Welcome Parents and Freshmen
Our Freshmen had a lot of fun at their first Treat Day , November 8
Freshman Class This Week
First Freshman Class Forum!
Our first Freshman Class Forum was October 23. LHS Director of Student Services Braden Peterson's presentation and Q&A was very insightful. If you missed it and would like to hear what was discussed, please click on the following link:
Have you paid your Class of 2023 student dues?
Freshman class dues are used to fund Spirit Week activities, Parent Forums and Student Treat Days. Class dues will be collected each year and in the future will help fund Prom, and 2023 Graduation. Please pay online at MySchoolBucks.com.
Upcoming Class Events:
Mon Dec 23 - Fri Jan 3
Thurs Feb 6
9:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
LHS Lecture Hall
Second Freshman Parent Forum
Tues Apr 21
9:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
LHS Lecture Hall
Third Freshman Parent Forum
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Photos for the Class of 2023 Slide show!
It may seem like a long way off, but our students’ graduation will come sooner than you can imagine. One of the most memorable moments of Senior Week (the week leading up to graduation) is the Class Video that is viewed at the Senior Breakfast attended by seniors and their families.
We need your help!
We can’t be everywhere. However, YOU are always at the memorable moments of your child’s life and probably with a camera in hand! Please share those great shots with us. Our goal is to have every student and activity represented in our Senior Class Video!
Include only pictures of the Class of 2023 and only Langley High School events, i.e. sports, concerts, dances, theater, treat days, Saxon Time, and field trips.
Download format requirements and instructions here.
Welcome to LANGLEY HIGH SCHOOL Class of 2023!
As your class parents, we look forward to making sure you know about current events and activities at Langley throughout the year and how you and your student can participate! We have several events in the coming weeks to kick off the year and bring you up to speed on student life at Langley. Below is some important information and key dates. Please feel free to contact us with any questions. We are looking forward to a great Freshman Year!
Weekly Enews: Contains information about the entire school and short class announcements.
SIS: SIS ParentVue provides parents with access to their child’s grades and attendance 24/7. Please activate your SIS account at http:///www.fcps.edu/it/MyParentAccount. Quarterly report cards will be posted here.
Facebook: Join our closed parent group to receive updates about our meetings and events. Coming soon! Look for the link on the Class of 2023 webpage.
Class of 2023 Dues – Online registration! See instructions below.
Freshman class dues are $35 and will be used to purchase class t‐shirts and to fund activities such as Parent Forums and Student Treat Days. Class dues will be collected each year and will eventually help fund activities such as Spirit Weeks, Prom, and 2023 Graduation. Please go online to MySchoolBucks.com to complete your forms no later than Friday, September 6. Don’t forget to select your child’s t-shirt size!
To Make Online Payments for Dues and Donations
Log onto MySchoolBucks.com. This is the same system used to add money to your child’s cafeteria account. You may need to add your child, which is easy to do, just follow the prompts. Then, click on School Store at the top of the page. Go to Featured Items, Browse Items, until you see an icon for Class of 2023 Dues. There is also an icon for Class of 2023 Donations. They are always appreciated! If payment of dues is a financial hardship, contact Student Services for confidential assistance.
More Key Freshman Class Dates!
Parent Forums – Mark your calendars for the Parent Forums where you will receive information about upcoming Langley events and hear from various guest speakers on topics pertaining to your student(s). All Forums will be held in the Lecture Hall at LHS on the following dates:
Wednesday, October 23 @ 9:30AM-11AM
Thursday, February 6 @ 9:30-11AM
Tuesday, April 21 @ 9:30-11AM
We will be collecting photos of the Class of 2023 starting now and continuing for the next four years. These photos will ultimately be used for our Senior Video in 2023. We need your help to ensure that all students and all aspects of life at Langley are represented (sports, performing arts, social, academic, etc.). Group shots of Class of 2023 students engaging in Langley activities are preferred. Be creative… remember, these photos will be your student’s Langley memories! Please identify the students in the photos when submitting. Ali Simanson will be collecting photos. Please submit photos for Freshman year (submit at original size, not reduced) via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or posting on our Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/lhs2023photos/
If you are interested in volunteering for any of the following events, please contact the Class Parent below, or look for more information in our communications.
Freshman Parent Forums (food donations) – October 23, February 6, April 21
Prom (site selection, planning, 2 year commitment)
All Night Grad Party (decorating) – June 1 (Evening of Senior Graduation)
We are looking forward to working together with our faculty, students and parents for a wonderful four years at Langley!
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 requested each of the four years at Langley are used to cover costs not paid for by Fairfax County. These 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 during 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 fundraising events, we are able to significantly lessen the cost to each family of these activities.
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?
Directories are distributed in 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: https://www.atozdirectories.com/login/. Use your login information provided/created when you updated your student’s information. Questions? Contact: email@example.com
What is ANGP?
ANGP stands for All Night Grad Party. For 30 years, Langley Seniors have enjoyed a safe, fun all-night party 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 11:00 PM on the night of graduation until 4:00 AM 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.
Volunteers – Andrea Stygar, Andrea_Stygar@yahoo.com
Senior Slideshow – Ali Simanson, firstname.lastname@example.org
ANGP Liason – Betsy Tellepsen, email@example.com
Prom - Kirsten Thompson & Shannon Durrant,
Assistant Principal Laura Moore