Madison HS Student Services Newsletter | 1/31/23

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Student Services & Post-Secondary Planning News Upcoming Dates

February 1:  Gap Year Fair, 6:30pm @West Springfield High School. Register here.

February 7:  U.S. Service Academy/ROTC Night, 7:00pm @Oakton HS

February 8:  Army in the JMHS Cafe during all lunches

February 13-16:  Instruction 2 Industry, A Career Expo for High School Students. Details and register here.

February 14:  Marines in the JMHS Cafe during all lunches

February 15:  Navy in the JMHS Cafe during all lunches

February 15:  College Access Fairfax, FAFSA or VASA Completion Workshop,5:00-7:30pm @Herndon HS

February 16:  College Access Fairfax, FAFSA or VASA Completion Workshop, 4:00-8:00pm @Annandale HS

February 22:  NOVA Virtual Information Session for Seniors & Parents/Guardians @6:30pm. Details and register here.

March 4:  Veterinary Medicine Careers Exploration (Virtual Event), 10am-12pm

March 10:  Registration deadline for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) @JMHS on 3/21/23. Students register here.

March 13:  College Planning Night For Sophomore and Parents/Guardians, 6:30pn @JMHS Auditorium

March 14:  College Access Fairfax, Paying for College, the Financial Aid Process for Underclassmen (Virtual) Event, 7:00pm-8:30pm

March 18:  College Access Fairfax, Paying for College, the Financial Aid Process for Underclassmen (Virtual) Event, 10:00am-11:30am

March 20:  College Planning Night Part II for Juniors and Parents/Guardians, 7:00pm @JMHS Auditorium

March 21:  Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) @JMHS, Students register here by 3/10/23

April 4:  Northern Virginia Regional College Fair @EagleBank Arena, 6:30-8:30pm

Academic Advising/Course Selection for 2023-24

Counselors will meet with current Madison students for Academic Advising from January 30-March 13, 2023.

  • 9th Grade (Rising Sophomores): February 28-March 13
  • 10th Grade (Rising Juniors): January 30-February 8
  • 11th Grade (Rising Seniors): February 9-February 27

Academy course requests must be submitted no later than Tuesday, March 7 to be considered on-time for consideration. Students should use the Academy Registration Request form to make their request. (FCPS student account login required.) Details on Academy offerings are here

All course requests must be finalized by Friday, March 17; any changes requested after March 17 will be made on a space available basis. Students planning to take a summer class or online campus class must also register by March 17 to guarantee enrollment in the substitute course for the 2023-24 school year.

Students and families should access the JMHS Academic Advising Google Site for resources on curriculum, graduation requirements, summer school information, dual enrollment and more. 

Instruction 2 Industry, A Virtual Career Expo for High School Students

During the week of February 13-16, 2023, the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce and school divisions across the region, are hosting a Career Fair with panel discussions. Industry experts, in multiple fields, will be speaking on their professional journeys and providing valuable insight into how to achieve your own success. A virtual, but live, event, Instruction 2 Industry, is free to all Northern Virginia high school students. 

  • 2/13 Session Topics:  Architecture, Construction & Energy | Education & Training | Health Sciences
  • 2/14 Session Topics:  Business, Finance, & Marketing | Government, Public Administration & Law | Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
  • 2/15 Session Topics:  Arts, A/V Technology & Communication | Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics | Information Technology | Tourism, Hospitality & Recreation
  • 2/16 Event:  Career Fair Exhibitor & Information Session Breakout Rooms

Details here and register here.

Color of Justice, Get Inspired About the Law and Justice System, Register by March 1, 2023

The Color of Justice is an annual program designed to expose high school students to the legal profession while encouraging diversity participation in the law. This program is open to all high school students.

The Hispanic Bar Association of Virginia will be hosting the event this year at the Fairfax Courthouse (4110 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, VA 22030) on Saturday, March 25, from 9:30 AM to 2:00 PM (COVID permitting). There is also an optional essay contest; entry into the essay contest is not required for the participation in the Color of Justice Program but if a student participates in the essay contest, they are eligible to win a prize.

Registration Packet and Details here.

Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB)

The ASVAB will be given at Madison High School on March 21, 2023. Students must register by March 10, 2023.

The ASVAB is required for military enlistment, but is also a career exploration program that includes an aptitude test and interest assessment to help guide you with careers and jobs that might be of interest to you. 

There is no fee to take this test. The test takes about 3 hours. Online, free ASVAB testing information is available at www.asvabprogram.com

Students should register here.

Coalition for College Spring Series of Events
  • Building and Refining Your College List | 2/16/23 | 8:00pm-9:00pm

  • Road to Senior Year | 3/8/23 | 8:00-9:00pm
  • Decoding Your Financial Aid Letter | 3/28/23 | 8:00-9:00pm
  • Ask Us Anything About Admissions | 4/4/23 | 8:00-9:00pm
  • Decoding the Admissions Process | 4/12/23 | 8:00-9:00pm

Sessions descriptions and register here.

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JMHS Scholarships

Local Scholarships | FCPS Facilitated Scholarships

General Scholarships

Disclaimer: Advertisement of these opportunities does not constitute sponsorship or endorsement of the sponsoring organization or the enrichment opportunity by the Fairfax County School Board, the Superintendent, or a specific FCPS school. This opportunity may utilize a technology tool that has not been assessed by the Fairfax County Public Schools Department of Information Technology. Students should gain permission from their parent or guardian before engaging in any non-FCPS enrichment opportunity and families should review and agree to the Terms of Service and User Agreements for any technology platform that any enrichment opportunity may use before participating.

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This Week at Madison - 1/30/23

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THIS WEEK AT MADISON WEEK OF 1/30/23 IMPORTANT INFO & EVENTS

January 30-March 7 Academic Advising

  • January 30: Counselors start meeting with the rising juniors through English 10.
  • Please see the JMHS Academic Advising Page for all information related to academic advising 

February 1 

February 3 - Class of 2023/2024 - Jostens

  • A representative from Jostens will be at Madison on Friday, February 3 to show sample class rings. Juniors and Seniors will be able to visit with the Jostens rep outside the Main Gym during Warhawk Time 1 and 2.
  • For those interested, graduation announcements, class rings and other graduation-related merchandise may be purchased from Jostens at this link.

Summer Learning Programs Registration

  • Get ready to learn and have fun this summer! FCPS career/tech and arts camps are open for registration February 1. Find out more and save your spot soon: http://bit.ly/3DkJcNQ.

Strategic Plan: Make Your Students’ Voice Count!

  • Strategic Planning is in process and will incorporate feedback from school staff, families, students, and community partners and organizations. Please encourage your students to participate in this unique opportunity to share their voices. FCPS is seeking students in grades 7-12 who are interested in participating in a Strategic Plan focus group to share feedback in a small group with other FCPS students and a trained facilitator. FCPS is hosting four virtual focus groups for secondary students in February and March:
    • February 9, 3:30-5 p.m. or 5:30-7 p.m.
    • March 16, 3:30-5 p.m. or 5:30-7 p.m.
  • Interested students should check their email for a form to sign up for the focus groups. Students will be asked to provide their student ID, so their parents/caregivers can be identified and contacted to ask for consent to participate. If you have any questions about the student focus groups or you would like to learn more about this opportunity, please contact [email protected].  

Register Now to Attend a Community Forum! 

  • Check out the schedule of Community Forums and register for the one that is most convenient for you. Community Forums will provide every resident an opportunity to participate in and influence the direction of FCPS’ Strategic Plan, prior to its completion and formal adoption by the School Board. Learn more about our strategic planning process.

We Want Your Feedback! Draft 2023-24 School Year Calendar Options

  • FCPS is looking for your feedback on the draft 2023-24 school year calendar options. See the draft calendars and complete the feedback form by Tuesday, January 31 at 1 pm: http://bit.ly/3ja3pyW.

February Webinars and Events for Parents  

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

Northern Region info - www.novahsathletics.com

Concorde District info - www.concordedistrict.com

Madison Athletics info - https://www.warhawksports.org/

Ticket Prices  

  • $5 - Regular season games
  • $7/adults, $5/students - Postseason games - No booster passes 
  • Cash & CC available at the gate.

Monday, January 30 

  • Fr/JV/V BBB vs Centreville, 430/545/730
  • Fr/JV/V GBB @ Centreville, 430/545/730

Tuesday, January 31 

  • Concorde Gymnastics Meet @ South Lakes 5:30

Wednesday, February 1 

  • No events 

Thursday, February 2 

  • Fr/JV/V BBB @ Oakton, 430/545/730
  • Fr/JV/V GBB vs Oakton, 430/545/730
  • Concorde Winter Track Meet  @ PG, 430pm

Friday, February 3 

  • Concorde Winter Track Meet  @ PG, 430pm
  • Wrestling District @ Westfield, 2pm

Saturday, February 4

  • Winter Dance, 9-11pm
  • Winter Guard @ Patriot High School, 5:40pm
LOOKING AHEAD

February 7

February 7-8

  • WIDA Testing- All ELL students Levels 1-4 will test in February, most on Feb. 7 & 8. Parents have been informed of testing via email or USPS mail. Students will receive their specific testing locations via email in late January.
QUICK LINKS

2022-23 School Calendar

JMHS Website

Digital Resources Consent

Reporting an Absence

Parent Technology Help Desk

JMHS Social Media: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

One School | One Community | One World

Madison High School strives to create and maintain an identity affirming learning environment where our students embrace, support, and encourage each other where multiple forms of identity (i.e. race, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, or disability) are recognized and regarded as assets for teaching and learning. We work to ensure school is a place where students feel safe and can be themselves. We do not tolerate hate speech, racist speech, bias, or acts of discrimination in our school. We want all students to feel a sense of belonging. We want to see all students thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. We are committed to learning, growing, and building the best Madison High School for all our students. We are One School - One Community - One World. 

2500 James Madison Drive, Vienna, VA 22181 | Main Office: 703.319.2300
Attendance: 703.319.2319 | Web | Twitter

This Week at Madison - 1/23/23

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THIS WEEK AT MADISON WEEK OF 1/23/23 IMPORTANT INFO & EVENTS

January 24

January 25: Two-Hour Early Release

January 26 & 27: Student Holidays

  • Main Office Hours: 9am-1pm (both days)

Buy a Yearbook!  

  • Don’t delay, yearbooks must be pre-ordered - buy one today!  We do not order extra books for purchase in June.  Go to YearbookOrderCenter.com and use School Code #5307.

Tutor.com for Test Prep

  • Did you know Tutor.com can help with more than just homework? This free, on-demand tutoring service also offers a comprehensive range of resources that include exam prep for AP, SAT, and ACT tests. Students can take practice quizzes at any time, and if they struggle in particular areas, they can immediately connect to a live tutor through voice or chat options for help. Learn more on the FCPS Tutor.com website.
ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

Northern Region info - www.novahsathletics.com

Concorde District info - www.concordedistrict.com

Madison Athletics info - https://www.warhawksports.org/

Ticket Prices  

  • $5 - Regular season games
  • $7/adults, $5/students - Postseason games - No booster passes 
  • Cash & CC available at the gate.

Monday, January 23 

  • No events scheduled 

Tuesday, January 24

  • Boys Basketball @ Westfield 430/545/730
  • Girls Basketball vs. Westfield 430/545/730

Wednesday, January 25 (FCPS early release day) 

  • Wrestling Dual @ Oakton 600
  • Gymnastics Meet @ Madison 600 (Senior Night)

Thursday, January 26 (FCPS student holiday)

  • JV Wrestling @ Westfield 600 

Friday, January 27 (FCPS student holiday)

  • Boys Basketball vs. Chantilly 430/545/730 (Senior Night)
  • Girls Basketball @ Chantilly 430/545/730
  • Concorde Dive Championships @ Cub Run  945am 
  • Concorde Prelim Swim Championships @ Cub Run 530 

Saturday, January 28 

  • Concorde Swim Finals @ Cub Run 530
  • JV Wrestling @ Westfield 900am
LOOKING AHEAD

February 1 

February 7

February 7-8

  • WIDA Testing- All ELL students Levels 1-4 will test in February, most on Feb. 7 & 8. Parents have been informed of testing via email or USPS mail. Students will receive their specific testing locations via email in late January.
QUICK LINKS

2022-23 School Calendar

JMHS Website

Digital Resources Consent

Reporting an Absence

Parent Technology Help Desk

JMHS Social Media: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

One School | One Community | One World

Madison High School strives to create and maintain an identity affirming learning environment where our students embrace, support, and encourage each other where multiple forms of identity (i.e. race, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, or disability) are recognized and regarded as assets for teaching and learning. We work to ensure school is a place where students feel safe and can be themselves. We do not tolerate hate speech, racist speech, bias, or acts of discrimination in our school. We want all students to feel a sense of belonging. We want to see all students thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. We are committed to learning, growing, and building the best Madison High School for all our students. We are One School - One Community - One World. 

2500 James Madison Drive, Vienna, VA 22181 | Main Office: 703.319.2300
Attendance: 703.319.2319 | Web | Twitter

This Week at Madison - 1/17/23

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THIS WEEK AT MADISON WEEK OF 1/17/23 IMPORTANT INFO & EVENTS

Virtual Curriculum Night for Rising 10th-12th Grade: TONIGHT 1/17, 6-7pm

  • Students and parents will hear from the five core departments (English, math, social studies, science and world languages) on curricular options and have the opportunity to ask questions. 
  • Click the following link to join the webinar: https://myfcpsk12.zoom.us/j/94012079509
  • Or iPhone one-tap :
    •  US: +19292056099,,94012079509#  or +13017158592,,94012079509#
  • Or Telephone:
    • US: +1 929 205 6099  
    • Webinar ID: 940 1207 9509

Buy a Yearbook!  

  • Don’t delay, yearbooks must be pre-ordered - buy one today!  We do not order extra books for purchase in June.  Go to YearbookOrderCenter.com and use School Code #5307.

Tutor.com for Test Prep

  • Did you know Tutor.com can help with more than just homework? This free, on-demand tutoring service also offers a comprehensive range of resources that include exam prep for AP, SAT, and ACT tests. Students can take practice quizzes at any time, and if they struggle in particular areas, they can immediately connect to a live tutor through voice or chat options for help. Learn more on the FCPS Tutor.com website.

Information from our Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist:  

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

Northern Region info - www.novahsathletics.com

Concorde District info - www.concordedistrict.com

Madison Athletics info - https://www.warhawksports.org/

Ticket Prices  

  • $5 - Regular season games
  • $7/adults, $5/students - Postseason games - No booster passes 
  • Cash & CC available at the gate.

Tuesday, January 17

  • Fr / JV / V Boys Basketball vs Oakton, 4:30 / 5:45 / 7:30
  • Fr / JV / V Girls Basketball @ Oakton, 4:30 / 5:45 / 7:30

Wednesday, January 18

  • JV / V Wrestling vs Chantilly, 6pm (Senior Night)
  • Forensic Regionals @ Westfield

Thursday, January 19

  • No Events

Friday, January 20

  • Fr / JV / V Boys Basketball vs South Lakes, 4:30 / 5:45 / 7:30
  • Fr / JV / V Girls Basketball @ South Lakes, 4:30 / 5:45 / 7:30
  • Swim & Dive @ Wakefield, 7:00

Saturday, January 21

  • V Wrestling @ Annandale Dual, 9am
  • JV Wrestling @ Oakton, 9am
  • District Theater One Acts @ Madison, 9am
LOOKING AHEAD

January 24

February 1 

February 7

February 7-8

  • WIDA Testing- All ELL students Levels 1-4 will test in February, most on Feb. 7 & 8. Parents have been informed of testing via email or USPS mail. Students will receive their specific testing locations via email in late January.
QUICK LINKS

2022-23 School Calendar

JMHS Website

Digital Resources Consent

Reporting an Absence

Parent Technology Help Desk

JMHS Social Media: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

One School | One Community | One World

Madison High School strives to create and maintain an identity affirming learning environment where our students embrace, support, and encourage each other where multiple forms of identity (i.e. race, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, or disability) are recognized and regarded as assets for teaching and learning. We work to ensure school is a place where students feel safe and can be themselves. We do not tolerate hate speech, racist speech, bias, or acts of discrimination in our school. We want all students to feel a sense of belonging. We want to see all students thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. We are committed to learning, growing, and building the best Madison High School for all our students. We are One School - One Community - One World. 

2500 James Madison Drive, Vienna, VA 22181 | Main Office: 703.319.2300
Attendance: 703.319.2319 | Web | Twitter

This Week at Madison - 1/9/23

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THIS WEEK AT MADISON WEEK OF 1/9/23 IMPORTANT INFO & EVENTS

Academic Advising Events

  • January 10
    • College Planning Night for Juniors & Their Families, 7pm @ JMHS Auditorium. No registration necessary. 
  • January 12
    • Rising Freshman Curriculum Night - 6:00-7:00 pm - Auditorium (8th grade students and parents)
    • AP Panel - 6:00-6:45 pm - Warhawk Hall (students interested in learning about AP classes for next year)
    • Electives Open House - 6:15-7:30 pm - Auxiliary Gym (for all grade levels)
  • January 13
    • Electives Fair during Warhawk Time for rising 10th-12th grade students in Aux Gym
    • Rising 10th - Warhawk Time 1
    • Rising 11th & 12th - Warhawk Time 2

Buy a Yearbook!  

  • Don’t delay, yearbooks must be pre-ordered - buy one today!  We do not order extra books for purchase in June.  Go to YearbookOrderCenter.com and use School Code #5307.

Information from our Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist:  

  • Madison Pyramid Parent Presentation: The Student Safety & Wellness Office has scheduled an in-person Drug Education Night for parents, guardians and youth caregivers across the division. This is a pyramid level Tier 1 intervention designed to inform the audience of substance use trends, the opioid epidemic, and how to connect with resources. The event will take place on January 18 at 6-8 pm in our Town Hall. View the informational flier here.
  • For those unable to attend in-person, a virtual option is scheduled through the Parent Resource Center for 3/21/2023 where more language options will be made available. View more information and register here.
  • New Year’s Resolutions
ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

Northern Region info - www.novahsathletics.com

Concorde District info - www.concordedistrict.com

Madison Athletics info - https://www.warhawksports.org/

Ticket Prices  

  • $5 - Regular season games
  • $7/adults, $5/students - Postseason games - No booster passes 
  • Cash & CC available at the gate.

Monday, January 9

  • No events 

Tuesday, January 10 

  • Fr/JV/V GBB vs Chantilly, 430/545/730
  • Fr/JV/V BBB @ Chantilly, 430/545/730

Wednesday, January 11

  • Guitar Concert- JMHS Auditorium @7:00pm
  • JV/V Wrestling @ Westfield, 6pm
  • Gymnastics @ Fairfax, 6pm

Thursday, January 12 

  • JV Wrestling Jam @ Meridian 6pm

Friday, January 13 

  • Fr/JV/V GBB vs Centreville, 430/545/730
  • Fr/JV/V BBB @ Centreville, 430/545/730
  • S&D @ Oak Marr, 830 (Senior Night)

Saturday, January 14

  • S&D @ Herndon CC, 7pm
  • Winter Track @ TJMS, 730am
  • V Wrestling @ Connellsville, PA
  • Winter Track @ Liberty U
LOOKING AHEAD

January 16 

  • MLK Holiday - School Closed

January 17  

  • Virtual Curriculum Night Rising 10th-12th grade. Students and parents will hear from the five core departments (English, math, social studies, science and world languages) on curricular options and have the opportunity to ask questions. 

January 24

February 1 

February 7

QUICK LINKS

2022-23 School Calendar

JMHS Website

Digital Resources Consent

Reporting an Absence

Parent Technology Help Desk

JMHS Social Media: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

One School | One Community | One World

Madison High School strives to create and maintain an identity affirming learning environment where our students embrace, support, and encourage each other where multiple forms of identity (i.e. race, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, or disability) are recognized and regarded as assets for teaching and learning. We work to ensure school is a place where students feel safe and can be themselves. We do not tolerate hate speech, racist speech, bias, or acts of discrimination in our school. We want all students to feel a sense of belonging. We want to see all students thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. We are committed to learning, growing, and building the best Madison High School for all our students. We are One School - One Community - One World. 

2500 James Madison Drive, Vienna, VA 22181 | Main Office: 703.319.2300
Attendance: 703.319.2319 | Web | Twitter

Madison HS Student Services Newsletter | 1/4/23

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Student Services & Post-Secondary Planning News Upcoming Dates

January 10: College Planning Night for Juniors & Their Families, 7pm @ JMHS Auditorium. Details were emailed directly to junior students and their families on 1/3/23.

January 12:  Rising Freshman Curriculum Night, 6:00-7:00pm @ JMHS Auditorium (8th grade students and parents)

January 12:  AP Panel, 6:00-6:45pm @Warhawk Hall (for students and families interested in learning more about the expectations and benefits of taking AP courses)

January 12:  Electives Showcase, 6:15-7:45pm @Small Gym (for all grade levels)

January 13: Electives Fair for rising 10th, 11th and 12th grade students during Warhawk Time. Students will receive more specific details through their advisories and Schoology.

January 17:  Rising 10th-12th Grade Curriculum Night, 6:00-7:00pm via Zoom

January 18:  “Growing Your Career” Career & Education Expo for Military Families, 10:00am - 2:00pm @National Museum of the United States Army (Ft. Belvoir)

February 1:  Gap Year Fair, 6:30pm @West Springfield High School. Register here.

February 7:  U.S. Service Academy/ROTC Night, 7:00pm @Oakton HS

Academic Advising/Course Selection for 2023-2024

The Academic Advising process for course selection for the 2023-2024 school year is starting in January.

James Madison High School hosts a few events for families and students to get more information:

Thursday, January 12 (in-person events)

  • Rising 9th Grade Curriculum Night from 6:00pm – 7:00pm in the Auditorium
  • AP Panel for Rising 10th-12th Grades from 6:00pm – 6:45pm in Warhawk Hall
  • Electives Showcase from 6:15pm – 7:45pm in the Small Gym

Tuesday, January 17 (virtual event)

All students will receive an overview of the Academic Advising process during Advisory on Friday, January 13. Students should plan to enter their Course Requests in their StudentVUE accounts. Directions and deadlines for entering course requests will be provided on January 13.

Students will also be able to attend an Electives Showcase during Warhawk Time (WT1 for 9th grade; WT2 for 10th and 11th grade) on January 13.

Current Madison students will be meeting one-on-one with their school counselors to finalize their course selections on the following dates:

  • 10th Grade (Rising Juniors) – January 30 – February 8
  • 11th Grade (Rising Seniors) – February 9 – February 27
  • 9th Grade (Rising Sophomores) – February 28 – March 13

Students will be notified of their specific date for a meeting through their Advisory on January 13.

Current 8th Grade Students (Rising 9th Grade) will participate in a presentation with JMHS counselors at their middle schools.

  • Thoreau: Thursday, January 12
  • Kilmer: Tuesday, January 17
  • Luther Jackson: Friday, January 20

Academic Advising Google Site:  JMHS Student Services is organizing a Google Site for students and families to access more information about Academic Advising, including curriculum overview, graduation requirements, Dual Enrollment information, and more. The video presentation with an overview of Academic Advising will also be posted on this site. 

https://sites.google.com/view/madisonadvising/home

Note: Students may have to log out of their FCPS Google accounts to access this site.

“Growing Your Career” Career & Education Expo for Military Families | 1/18/23 @National Museum of the United States Army (Ft. Belvoir) | 10:00am-2:00pm

This event  is for transitioning service members, military spouses, dependents, and veterans. It will include opportunities for summer hire for military dependents. There will be 12 colleges/universities present, and 12 agencies that will be hiring for summer and other employment. The event will also touch on how to apply for GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon Program as well.

Click here for more information and to register.

NOVA Virtual Information Session for Seniors and Parents/Guardians

Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) will be offering virtual information sessions to help seniors and their families learn more about the opportunities, numerous services, and resources designed to get NOVA students connected with the NOVA Nighthawk Community. These sessions are open to all FCPS seniors and their parents/guardians.

Click here for more information and to register.

January 24 @4:30pm | February 22 @6:30pm | March 21 @4:30pm | Spanish Session March 29 @6:30pm | April 12 @6:30pm | May 9 @4:30pm

Gap Year Fair | 2/3/22 @West Springfield HS | 6:30pm-9:00pm

FCPS School Counseling Services and Go Overseas are co-hosting the annual FCPS Gap Year Fair on Wednesday, February 1, 2023, at West Springfield High School from 6:30 to 9:00pm. This event is for high school students and their families who are interested in learning more about the growing array of gap year opportunities. 

The evening will begin with a presentation in the auditorium from 6:30 to 7:15pm, by Julia Rogers, Founder of EnRoute Consulting and Gap Year Association Board President. Immediately following, the program fair will be in the cafeteria from 7:15 to 9:00pm, with representatives from over 40 programs offering gap year opportunities. Students in all grade levels and their families are invited to meet the representatives and learn about the variety of experiences available.

Students are encouraged to pre-register for this event.

**In the event of inclement weather on Wednesday, February 1, 2023, the Gap Year Fair will be held on Thursday, February 2, 2023 at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology from 6:30 - 9:00pm.

U.S. Service Academy/ROTC Event | 2/7/23 @Oakton HS | 7:00pm

Students interested in attending a U.S. Service Academy:  Air Force, Army, Navy, Merchant Marine, Coast Guard or an ROTC program:  Air Force, Army, Navy & Marine Corps, should plan to attend the U.S. Service Academy/ROTC program on February 7 at Oakton HS at 7:00pm. This event is hosted by Madison, Oakton, Woodson, Fairfax and Marshall High Schools.

Students in all grade levels are invited to attend. There will be a general presentation followed by a fair style set up for students and families to visit with individual representatives. A representative from Congressman Gerry Connolly's office will also be there to talk about the nomination process.

FCPS Post Secondary Week Session Recordings

Session recordings from the Fall 2022 FCPS Look to the Future Week are now available. There are a variety of topics definitely worth listening to, such as, Semester at Sea, Study in Spain, NCAA Eligibility, NOVA, Work-Based Learning, Scholarship 101, Dual Enrollment, Apprenticeships, Common App, Military and many more!

Student Self-Assessments in Naviance

FCPS high school students have access to several self-discovery assessments, available in 75 languages, in Naviance. Use these assessments to uncover your different intelligences, identify your personality type, interests, skills and key strengths.

Enrichment Opportunities Recently Updated in Naviance

Instructions for using Naviance - Scholarships & Enrichment Programs

Scholarship Opportunities Recently Updated in Naviance for Seniors

Local Scholarships | FCPS Facilitated Scholarships

College Specific Scholarships

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Job, Volunteer, Enrichment & Scholarship Opportunities:  Students have access to a running list of opportunities here. Students must be logged into their @fcpsschools.net account.

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Attendance: 703.319.2319 | Web | Twitter

This Week at Madison - 1/3/23

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THIS WEEK AT MADISON WEEK OF 1/3/23 IMPORTANT INFO & EVENTS

PTSA Meeting

  • Tonight at 7:00 in the Library. Please enter through Door 1.

Information from our Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist:  

  • Madison Pyramid Parent Presentation: The Student Safety & Wellness Office has scheduled an in-person Drug Education Night for parents, guardians and youth caregivers across the division. This is a pyramid level Tier 1 intervention designed to inform the audience of substance use trends, the opioid epidemic, and how to connect with resources. The event will take place on January 18 at 6-8 pm in our Town Hall. View the informational flier here.
  • For those unable to attend in-person, a virtual option is scheduled through the Parent Resource Center for 3/21/2023 where more language options will be made available. View more information and register here.
  • New Year’s Resolutions
ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

Northern Region info - www.novahsathletics.com

Concorde District info - www.concordedistrict.com

Madison Athletics info - https://www.warhawksports.org/

Ticket Prices  

  • $5 - Regular season games
  • $7/adults, $5/students - Postseason games - No booster passes 
  • Cash & CC available at the gate.

Monday, January 2

  • School Holiday, No Events

Tuesday, January 3

  • No Events 

Wednesday, January 4

  • Gymnastics @ Washington-Liberty, 6pm

Thursday, January 5

  • Varsity Boys Basketball vs Independence, 7pm
  • JV/V Wrestling @ South Lakes, 6pm

Friday, January 6

  • No Events

Saturday, January 7

  • V Wrestling Warhawk Duals, 9am
  • Regional Scholastic Bowl, 9am
  • Indoor Track @ Westfield, 11am
  • V Girls/Boys Basketball @ West Potomac, 12/2pm
LOOKING AHEAD

January 10 

  • College Planning Night for Juniors & Their Families, 7pm @JMHS Auditorium. No registration necessary. A detailed email was sent to juniors and parents/guardians earlier today.

January 12

  • Rising Freshman Curriculum Night - 6:00-7:00 pm - Auditorium (8th grade students and parents)
  • AP Panel - 6:00-6:45 pm - Warhawk Hall (students interested in learning about AP classes for next year)
  • Electives Open House - 6:15-7:30 pm - Auxiliary Gym (for all grade levels)

January 13

  • Electives Fair during Warhawk Time for rising 10th-12th grade students in Aux Gym
    • Rising 10th - Warhawk Time 1
    • Rising 11th & 12th - Warhawk Time 2

January 16 

  • MLK Holiday - School Closed

January 17  

  • Virtual Curriculum Night Rising 10th-12th grade. Students and parents will hear from the five core departments (English, math, social studies, science and world languages) on curricular options and have the opportunity to ask questions. 

January 24

February 1 

  • FCPS Gap Year Fair, 6:30pm @ West Springfield High School
QUICK LINKS

2022-23 School Calendar

JMHS Website

Digital Resources Consent

Reporting an Absence

Parent Technology Help Desk

JMHS Social Media: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

One School | One Community | One World

Madison High School strives to create and maintain an identity affirming learning environment where our students embrace, support, and encourage each other where multiple forms of identity (i.e. race, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, or disability) are recognized and regarded as assets for teaching and learning. We work to ensure school is a place where students feel safe and can be themselves. We do not tolerate hate speech, racist speech, bias, or acts of discrimination in our school. We want all students to feel a sense of belonging. We want to see all students thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. We are committed to learning, growing, and building the best Madison High School for all our students. We are One School - One Community - One World. 

2500 James Madison Drive, Vienna, VA 22181 | Main Office: 703.319.2300
Attendance: 703.319.2319 | Web | Twitter

This Week at Madison - 12/12/22

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THIS WEEK AT MADISON WEEK OF 12/12/22 IMPORTANT INFO & EVENTS

Winter Break  

  • Student Holiday: 12/19/22 - 1/2/23
  • Main Office Hours: 12/19 - 12/22, 9am - 1pm | 12/23 - 12/30 CLOSED

December 13 & 14: SOLs

  • SOLs for select students in need of a verified credit. Families have been notified.

SIS Maintenance

  • SIS, ParentVUE, and StudentVUE will be unavailable for all users beginning Friday, December 16, at 5:00 p.m. until Wednesday, December 21, at 6:00 a.m., for system upgrade during the Holiday Break
  • DIT-generated weekly Grade Book progress reports will not be emailed to parents/guardians during winter break and will resume on Tuesday, January 3, 2023.

Winter Clothing Drive

  • Please consider signing up to support Madison students in need of winter clothing. Donations may be brought to the main office through Wednesday, December 14. Donation drop-off times are weekdays from 8am-4pm.  Donors can sign up here. Contact Bethany Slingerland at [email protected] with questions. Thank you, as always, for the generosity and kindness the Madison community demonstrates towards our students!  

PSAT/NMSQT Scores

  • Scores from the October 12th PSAT/NMSQT are set to be released on December 6th.
  • Students must create a free College Board account if they have not already done so to receive their scores. 
  • Students have been sent detailed directions from Mrs. Frate via their @fcpsschools.net email on how to access their scores.
  • Questions about accessing scores? Students should reach out to their counselor or Mrs. Frate, our assessment coach. 

Wellness Week - December 9-16

  • Friday, Dec 9 - Trusted Adults - Faculty Bubble Soccer - Main Gym, Warhawk Time
  • Monday, Dec 12 - Get Good Rest - Pajama Day, games & activities during lunches
  • Tuesday, Dec 13 - Physical Activity - Jersey Day, Gratitude Jars during lunches
  • Wednesday, Dec 14 - School Community - Class T-shirt Day, Therapy Dogs during lunches
  • Thursday, Dec 15 - Laughter -  Adam Sandler Day, Seniors vs Staff Volleyball match Main Gym, Warhawk Time
  • Friday, Dec 16 - Managing Holiday Stress - Ugly Sweater Day - Holiday Assembly 

Northern VA Community College (NOVA) will be @JMHS on Thursday to meet with seniors planning to attend NOVA. Sign up here

Local scholarships now available for seniors:

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

Northern Region info - www.novahsathletics.com

Concorde District info - www.concordedistrict.com

Madison Athletics info - https://www.warhawksports.org/

Ticket Prices  

  • $5 - Regular season games
  • $7/adults, $5/students - Postseason games - No booster passes 
  • Cash & CC available at the gate.

Monday, December 12

  • JV Wrestling Jamboree @ Alexandria City, 6pm
  • Gymnastics @ South Lakes, 6pm

Tuesday, December 13

  • Fr/JV/V Girls Basketball vs Yorktown, 4:30/5:45/7:30
  • Fr/JV/V Boys Basketball @ Yorktown, 4:30/5:45/7:30
  • Madison Band Concert, 7pm

Wednesday, December 14

  • JV/V Wrestling Dual vs Marshall, 6pm

Thursday, December 15

  • Gymnastics @ Westfield, 6pm
  • Madison Choir Concert, 7pm

Friday, December 16

  • Fr/JV/V Boys Basketball vs O’Connell, 4:30/5:45/7:30
  • Fr/JV/V Girls Basketball @ Georgetown Visitation, 4:00/5:30/7:00
  • Indoor Track @ Thomas Jefferson MS, 5:30pm
  • Swim & Dive @ Oak Marr, 6:00pm

Saturday, December 17

  • JV Wrestling @ Wakefield, 9am
  • Indoor Track @  Chantilly, 10am
LOOKING AHEAD

January 10

  • College Planning Night for Juniors & Their Families - 7pm | JMHS Auditorium

January 12

  • Rising Freshman Curriculum Night - 6:00-7:00pm - Auditorium (8th grade students and parents)
  • AP Panel - 6:00-6:45pm - Warhawk Hall (students interested in learning about AP classes for next year)
  • Electives Open House - 6:15-7:30pm - Auxiliary Gym (for all grade levels)

February 1 

  • FCPS Gap Year Fair, 6:30pm @ West Springfield High School
QUICK LINKS

2022-23 School Calendar

JMHS Website

Digital Resources Consent

Reporting an Absence

Parent Technology Help Desk

JMHS Social Media: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

One School | One Community | One World

Madison High School strives to create and maintain an identity affirming learning environment where our students embrace, support, and encourage each other where multiple forms of identity (i.e. race, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, or disability) are recognized and regarded as assets for teaching and learning. We work to ensure school is a place where students feel safe and can be themselves. We do not tolerate hate speech, racist speech, bias, or acts of discrimination in our school. We want all students to feel a sense of belonging. We want to see all students thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. We are committed to learning, growing, and building the best Madison High School for all our students. We are One School - One Community - One World. 

2500 James Madison Drive, Vienna, VA 22181 | Main Office: 703.319.2300
Attendance: 703.319.2319 | Web | Twitter

This Week at Madison - 12/5/22

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THIS WEEK AT MADISON WEEK OF 12/5/22 IMPORTANT INFO & EVENTS

Winter Clothing Drive

  • Please consider signing up to support Madison students in need of winter clothing. Donations may be brought to the main office through Wednesday, December 14. Donation drop-off times are weekdays from 8am-4pm.  Donors can sign up here. Contact Bethany Slingerland at [email protected] with questions. Thank you, as always, for the generosity and kindness the Madison community demonstrates towards our students! 

PSAT/NMSQT Scores

  • Scores from the October 12th PSAT/NMSQT are set to be released on December 6th.
  • Students must create a free College Board account if they have not already done so to receive their scores. 
  • Students have been sent detailed directions from Mrs. Frate via their @fcpsschools.net email on how to access their scores.
  • Questions about accessing scores? Students should reach out to their counselor or Mrs. Frate, our assessment coach. 

Wellness Week - December 9-16

  • Friday, Dec 9 - Trusted Adults - Faculty Bubble Soccer - Main Gym, Warhawk Time
  • Monday, Dec 12 - Get Good Rest - Pajama Day, games & activities during lunches
  • Tuesday, Dec 13 - Physical Activity - Jersey Day, Gratitude Jars during lunches
  • Wednesday, Dec 14 - School Community - Class T-shirt Day, Therapy Dogs during lunches
  • Thursday, Dec 15 - Laughter -  Adam Sandler Day, Seniors vs Staff Volleyball match Main Gym, Warhawk Time
  • Friday, Dec 16 - Managing Holiday Stress - Ugly Sweater Day - Holiday Assembly 

Information from our Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist:  

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

Northern Region info - www.novahsathletics.com

Concorde District info - www.concordedistrict.com

Madison Athletics info - https://www.warhawksports.org/

Ticket Prices  

  • $5 - Regular season games
  • $7/adults, $5/students - Postseason games - No booster passes 
  • Cash & CC available at the gate.

Monday, December 5

  • Pyramid Orchestra Concert, 7:00

Tuesday, December 6

  • JMHS Jazz Band & Thoreau Band Concert, 7:00
  • Boys Basketball vs. Herndon 4:30/5:45/7:30
  • Girls Basketball @ Herndon 4:30/5:45/7:30

Wednesday, December 7

  • Varsity Girls Basketball vs O’Connell, 7:00
  • JV Wrestling Jam @ Woodson, 6:30
  • JMHS Orchestra Winter Concert, 7:00

Thursday, December 8

  • No events 

Friday, December 9

  • Girls Basketball vs West Springfield (Senior Night) 4:30/5:45/7:30
  • Boys Basketball @ West Springfield, 4:30/5:45/7:30
  • Wrestling @ Fairfax - NOVA Classic 
  • Swim and Dive @ Spring Hill vs Chantilly, 6:30
  • Madrigals perform @ Vienna Community Center, Mayor’s Open House, 4:30

Saturday, December 10

  • The Snowman in Concert, 10:30am, tickets required
  • Football State Finals @ Old Dominion 4:30, tickets 
  • Wrestling @ Fairfax - NOVA Classic 
  • Swim & Dive @ Oak Marr vs Oakton / Yorktown, 6:00
LOOKING AHEAD

December 13 & 14

  • SOLs for select students in need of a verified credit. Families have been notified.

January 10

  • College Planning Night for Juniors & Their Families - 7pm | JMHS Auditorium

January 12

  • Rising Freshman Curriculum Night - 6:00-7:00pm - Auditorium (8th grade students and parents)
  • AP Panel - 6:00-6:45pm - Warhawk Hall (students interested in learning about AP classes for next year)
  • Electives Open House - 6:15-7:30pm - Auxiliary Gym (for all grade levels)
QUICK LINKS

2022-23 School Calendar

JMHS Website

Digital Resources Consent

Reporting an Absence

Parent Technology Help Desk

JMHS Social Media: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

One School | One Community | One World

Madison High School strives to create and maintain an identity affirming learning environment where our students embrace, support, and encourage each other where multiple forms of identity (i.e. race, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, or disability) are recognized and regarded as assets for teaching and learning. We work to ensure school is a place where students feel safe and can be themselves. We do not tolerate hate speech, racist speech, bias, or acts of discrimination in our school. We want all students to feel a sense of belonging. We want to see all students thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. We are committed to learning, growing, and building the best Madison High School for all our students. We are One School - One Community - One World. 

2500 James Madison Drive, Vienna, VA 22181 | Main Office: 703.319.2300
Attendance: 703.319.2319 | Web | Twitter

This Week at Madison - 11/28/22

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THIS WEEK AT MADISON WEEK OF 11/28/22 IMPORTANT INFO & EVENTS

November 29

  • OECD/PISA test administered to select 15 year olds. Families have been notified.

Winter Clothing Drive

  • Please consider signing up to support Madison students in need of winter clothing. Donations may be brought to the main office through Wednesday, December 14. Donation drop-off times are weekdays from 8am-4pm.  Donors can sign up here. Contact Bethany Slingerland at [email protected] with questions. Thank you, as always, for the generosity and kindness the Madison community demonstrates towards our students! 

Graduation Products 

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

Northern Region info - www.novahsathletics.com

Concorde District info - www.concordedistrict.com

Madison Athletics info - https://www.warhawksports.org/

Ticket Prices  

  • $5 - Regular season games
  • $7/adults, $5/students - Postseason games - No booster passes 
  • Cash & CC available at the gate.

Holiday Merchandise Sale

  • December 1st from 3:00-7:30 pm, Stadium Fieldhouse  
  • Come grab something special for your Warhawk or Warhawk to be! New Items include: White PomPom Beanie & Red/Black/White Warhawk Bucket Hats 
  • Cash, Check, Credit Card & Apple Pay accepted
  • Email pre-orders to [email protected]
  • View spirit wear items & prices

Monday, November 28

  • Athletic Booster Meeting - Room 129A / door 4 - 7pm 

Tuesday, November 29 

  • JVGBB / VGBB / VBBB vs Marshall, 4:30 / 5:45 / 7:30
  • JVBBB /FrBBB / FrGBB @ Marshall, 4:30 / 5:45 / 7:30

Wednesday, November 30 

  • JV Wrestling Jam @ Langley, 6:00 

Thursday, December 1

  • Fr/JV BBB vs Yorktown, 5:45 / 7:30
  • Fr/JV GBB @ Yorktown, 6:00 / 7:30
  • VGBB @ McLean v Langley, 5:45
  • Tiny Tots, 10:00am / 7:00pm

Friday, December 2

  • Gymnastics Meet, 6pm
  • VBBB v Langley @ McLean, 5:45
  • S&D @ Oak Marr, 6pm
  • Winter Track @ TJMS, 5:30
  • Tiny Tots, 10:00am

Saturday, December 3 

  • Varsity Football - State Semis @ Fairfax - 3pm - Tix avail 6pm 11/28 - HERE
  • VGBB @ McLean, 2:15
  • VBBB @ McLean, 7:30
LOOKING AHEAD

December 13 & 14

  • SOLs for select students in need of a verified credit. Families have been notified.

January 10

  • College Planning Night for Juniors & Their Families - 7pm | JMHS Auditorium

January 12

  • Rising Freshman Curriculum Night - 6:00-7:00pm - Auditorium (8th grade students and parents)
  • AP Panel - 6:00-6:45pm - Warhawk Hall (students interested in learning about AP classes for next year)
  • Electives Open House - 6:15-7:30pm - Auxiliary Gym (for all grade levels)
QUICK LINKS

2022-23 School Calendar

JMHS Website

Digital Resources Consent

Reporting an Absence

Parent Technology Help Desk

JMHS Social Media: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

One School | One Community | One World

Madison High School strives to create and maintain an identity affirming learning environment where our students embrace, support, and encourage each other where multiple forms of identity (i.e. race, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, or disability) are recognized and regarded as assets for teaching and learning. We work to ensure school is a place where students feel safe and can be themselves. We do not tolerate hate speech, racist speech, bias, or acts of discrimination in our school. We want all students to feel a sense of belonging. We want to see all students thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. We are committed to learning, growing, and building the best Madison High School for all our students. We are One School - One Community - One World. 

2500 James Madison Drive, Vienna, VA 22181 | Main Office: 703.319.2300
Attendance: 703.319.2319 | Web | Twitter

This Week at Madison - 11/21/22

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THIS WEEK AT MADISON WEEK OF 11/21/22 IMPORTANT INFO & EVENTS

November 22: Junior and Senior Academic Awards Program 

  • During Warhawk Time sponsored by the PTSA. Students who achieved a 4.0 GPA for the previous school year will receive an invitation via their school email.

November 23-25: Thanksgiving Break

  • The main office will be closed.

Winter Clothing Drive

  • Please consider signing up to support Madison students in need of winter clothing. Donations may be brought to the main office through Wednesday, December 14. Donation drop-off times are weekdays from 8am-4pm.  Donors can sign up here. Contact Bethany Slingerland at [email protected] with questions. Thank you, as always, for the generosity and kindness the Madison community demonstrates towards our students! 

Graduation Products 

FCPS Postsecondary Week Recordings Now Available

Information from our Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

Northern Region info - www.novahsathletics.com

Concorde District info - www.concordedistrict.com

Madison Athletics info - https://www.warhawksports.org/

Ticket Prices  

  • $5 - Regular season games
  • $7/adults, $5/students - Postseason games - No booster passes 
  • Cash & CC available at the gate. 

Monday, November 21

  • JV/V Wrestling scrimmage @ Wakefield, 6pm

Tuesday, November 22

  • Fr/JV/V Girls Basketball scrimmage vs Robinson/Flint Hill, 5:00/5:00/6:30
  • Fr/JV/V Boys Basketball scrimmage @ Woodson, 5:00/6:15/7:30

Wednesday, November 23

  • No Events

Thursday, November 24

  • No Events

Friday, November 25

  • No Events

Saturday, November 26

  • Varsity Football Region Finals vs Centreville, 1pm - gate open at 12 noon
LOOKING AHEAD

November 29: OECD/PISA test administered to select 15 year olds. Families have been notified.

December 13 & 14: SOLs for select students in need of a verified credit. Families have been notified.

January 10: College Planning Night for Juniors & Their Families. 7pm | JMHS Auditorium

QUICK LINKS

2022-23 School Calendar

JMHS Website

Digital Resources Consent

Reporting an Absence

Parent Technology Help Desk

JMHS Social Media: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

One School | One Community | One World

Madison High School strives to create and maintain an identity affirming learning environment where our students embrace, support, and encourage each other where multiple forms of identity (i.e. race, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, or disability) are recognized and regarded as assets for teaching and learning. We work to ensure school is a place where students feel safe and can be themselves. We do not tolerate hate speech, racist speech, bias, or acts of discrimination in our school. We want all students to feel a sense of belonging. We want to see all students thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. We are committed to learning, growing, and building the best Madison High School for all our students. We are One School - One Community - One World. 

2500 James Madison Drive, Vienna, VA 22181 | Main Office: 703.319.2300
Attendance: 703.319.2319 | Web | Twitter

This Week at Madison - 11/14/22

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THIS WEEK AT MADISON WEEK OF 11/14/22 IMPORTANT INFO & EVENTS

Attendance for Thanksgiving Week

  • If you know your child will be missing full or partial days of school the week of November 21, please contact the attendance office to let us know.
  • Call 703-319-2319 or email [email protected].
  • For more information, visit the Madison HS Attendance page.

First quarter grades

  • Grades are currently visible in ParentVue and StudentVue. Please remember that with the rolling gradebook that Madison utilizes, quarter grades are only a snapshot in time of a student’s progress in a class. Any questions regarding a student’s grades should be directed towards the classroom teacher as they have the best understanding of that grade. Refer to Grading and Reporting  for an understanding of Madison’s grading policies.

Winter Clothing Drive

  • The Madison High School/JMHS PTSA winter clothing drive started November 9! Please consider signing up to support Madison students in need of winter clothing. Donations may be brought to the main office through Wednesday, December 14. Donation drop-off times are weekdays from 8am-4pm.  Donors can sign up here. Contact Bethany Slingerland at [email protected] with questions. Thank you, as always, for the generosity and kindness the Madison community demonstrates towards our students! 

Fall Giving Day

  • Saturday, November 19 is Fall Giving Day.  All Madison families are invited to stop by the school cafeteria between 10am-12pm to pick up free food, school supplies, and other household products they may need for the upcoming holidays. All items are courtesy of the Madison Food Pantry. Contact Maya Gueron for more details.

Vienna Turkey Trot

Seniors - Graduation

  • Seniors who have not completed the graduation-related surveys should do so as soon as possible, especially to make sure that a graduation gown is ordered for them in the correct size.  
  • Gown Measurement survey (deadline Nov. 18)
  • Senior Info survey (deadline Nov. 30)

Graduation Products 

ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery), Interested Students Sign Up by 11/18

  • The ASVAB is required for military enlistment, but is also a career exploration program that includes an aptitude test and interest assessment to help guide students with careers and jobs of interest.
  • Parents/Guardians have access to a copy of the email that was sent on 10/25 to all 11th and 12th grade students here in Schoology.
  • The ASVAB will be given on 12/9 at Oakton High School.

College Access Fairfax Upcoming Events

  • College Access Fairfax will be offering FAFSA/VASA completion workshops and Scholarship 101 presentations in November. Details here.

SAT Registration Now Open for the 3/11/23 Test Date

  • For students planning to take the SAT in the spring, Madison HS is a test site for the March 11 SAT. For details, all test dates, and to register visit the College Board website. For ACT information, visit the ACT website.
ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

Northern Region info - www.novahsathletics.com

Concorde District info - www.concordedistrict.com

Madison Athletics info - https://www.warhawksports.org/

Ticket Prices  

  • $5 - Regular season games
  • $7/adults, $5/students - Postseason games - No booster passes 
  • Cash & CC available at the gate. 

November 14

  • No Events

November 15

  • Meet the Coach Night - Winter - Auditorium 6:30pm 

November 16

  • Winter Team Pictures - 3:30 - cafe 
  • Wrestling Scrimmage vs Fairfax - 6pm
  • JV/V Girls Basketball Scrimmage @ Osbourn Park, 5:30/7:00 

November 17

  • No events 

November 18

  • Region Football Semis vs Yorktown 7:00pm 

November 19

  • Fr Girls Basketball Scrimmage vs McLean,9am (Aux Gym)
  • Fr Boys Basketball Scrimmage vs Fairfax, 10:30am (Aux Gym), JV/V Boys Basketball Scrimmage vs Fairfax 10:30am/12pm (Main Gym)
LOOKING AHEAD

November 18: Sophomore Academic Awards Program 

  • During Warhawk Time sponsored by the PTSA. Students who achieved a 4.0 GPA for the previous school year will receive an invitation via their school email.

November 22: Junior and Senior Academic Awards Program 

  • During Warhawk Time sponsored by the PTSA. Students who achieved a 4.0 GPA for the previous school year will receive an invitation via their school email.

November 23-25: Thanksgiving Holiday Break

QUICK LINKS

2022-23 School Calendar

JMHS Website

Digital Resources Consent

Reporting an Absence

Parent Technology Help Desk

JMHS Social Media: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

One School | One Community | One World

Madison High School strives to create and maintain an identity affirming learning environment where our students embrace, support, and encourage each other where multiple forms of identity (i.e. race, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, or disability) are recognized and regarded as assets for teaching and learning. We work to ensure school is a place where students feel safe and can be themselves. We do not tolerate hate speech, racist speech, bias, or acts of discrimination in our school. We want all students to feel a sense of belonging. We want to see all students thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. We are committed to learning, growing, and building the best Madison High School for all our students. We are One School - One Community - One World. 

2500 James Madison Drive, Vienna, VA 22181 | Main Office: 703.319.2300
Attendance: 703.319.2319 | Web | Twitter

This Week at Madison - 11/7/22

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THIS WEEK AT MADISON WEEK OF 11/7/22 IMPORTANT INFO & EVENTS

November 7

  • Harry F. Byrd, UVA Jefferson Scholars, UVA Walentas Scholars due to JMHS College & Career Center. Info here in Schoology for Parents/Guardians.

November 8 & 11

  • Student Holidays (Main Office open 9am - 1pm)

Grading and Reporting

  • It’s hard to believe we are already into November and the end of the first grading snapshot. As the official first “quarter” has come to an end, we are reaching out with some of the information we shared at the beginning of this year about our grading and reporting. Learn about the cumulative rolling gradebook here.

Winter Clothing Drive

  • The Madison High School/JMHS PTSA winter clothing drive starts November 9! Please consider signing up to support Madison students in need of winter clothing. Donations may be brought to the Madison High School main office starting Wednesday, November 9 through Wednesday, December 14. Donation drop-off times are weekdays from 8am-4pm.  Donors can sign up here. Contact Bethany Slingerland at [email protected] with questions. Thank you, as always, for the generosity and kindness the Madison community demonstrates towards our students!

Fall Play

  • MAD Drama presents Much Ado About Nothing. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 the day of the show. Purchase tickets here. Showtimes: 
    • Thursday, November 10 at 7:30pm
    • Friday, November 11 at 7:30pm
    • Saturday, November 12 at 2:30pm & 7:30pm

Fall Giving Day

  • Saturday, November 19 is Fall Giving Day.  All Madison families are invited to stop by the school cafeteria between 10am-12pm to pick up free food, school supplies, and other household products they may need for the upcoming holidays. All items are courtesy of the Madison Food Pantry. Contact Maya Gueron for more details.

FCPS Outstanding Employee Awards Program 

  • Is a teacher or staff member at Madison going above and beyond to make this year a great one?  Students, parents, community members, and staff are encouraged to nominate an outstanding Madison employee for recognition in the FCPS Outstanding Employee Awards program! Submit your nomination here. All nominations must be received by Monday, November 14.

Seniors - Graduation

  • Seniors who did not complete the graduation-related surveys last week should complete them as soon as possible, especially to make sure that a graduation gown is ordered for them in the correct size.  

Senior Baby Ads - Deadline Approaching!

  • If you would like to purchase a Senior Baby ad for the 2023 Yearbook please go to www.yearbookordercenter.com, enter 5307 and then select “Start Your Ad.” You may choose a half, quarter, eighth, or sixteenth page ad. The deadline is Friday, November 11, 2002.
  • The yearbook editors request that you please adhere to the following standards:
    • Along with your senior’s name, you may include a message (check for spelling)
    • If your message does not fill the entire space (if there is white space left over), please choose a different template
    • Choose baby photos that are clothed, please!

Ordering Underclassmen School Portraits

ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery), Interested Students Sign Up by 11/18

  • The ASVAB is required for military enlistment, but is also a career exploration program that includes an aptitude test and interest assessment to help guide students with careers and jobs of interest.
  • Parents have access to a copy of the email that was sent on 10/25 to all 11th and 12th grade students here in Schoology.
  • The ASVAB will be given on 12/9 at Oakton High School.

College Access Fairfax Upcoming Events

  • College Access Fairfax will be offering FAFSA/VASA completion workshops and Scholarship 101 presentations in November. Details here.

SAT Registration Now Open for the 3/11/23 Test Date

  • For students planning to take the SAT in the spring, Madison HS is a test site for the March 11 SAT. For details and to register visit the College Board website. For ACT information, visit the ACT website.

Information from our Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist

  • On Tuesday, November 15, 2022 Fairfax County Police Department is presenting Hidden in Plain Sight (HIPS) to our families. This event will take place in the Oakton High School cafeteria and will run approximately from 6:30pm - 8:45pm. The purpose of the program is to educate parents on current trends and signs of risky behavior. The following behaviors will be included: 
    • Alcohol Use
    • Marijuana
    • Prescription Drugs
    • Over the Counter Drugs
    • Illicit Drugs
    • Mental Health Concerns 
    • Sexual Behavior
    • Other Risky Behaviors
  • An interactive exhibit will be set up for families to peruse, followed by a presentation and discussion. See this flyer for more information. This presentation is for adults only. To attend, you are asked to register in advance here
ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

Northern Region info - www.novahsathletics.com

Concorde District info - www.concordedistrict.com

Madison Athletics info - https://www.warhawksports.org/

**Post-season ticket prices: $7 for adults, $5 for students - presale tix are $7, Cash & CC available at the gate.

**Winter Sports tryouts begin Nov 7. Have you submitted your paperwork? Check out Warhawksports.org for tryout info. 

Monday, November 7 

  • Winter Sport tryouts 

Tuesday, November 8 

  • Winter Sport tryouts 

Wednesday, November 9 

  • Winter Sport tryouts 

Thursday, November 10

  • Winter Sport tryouts / practices
  • Drama - Much Ado About Nothing - 7:30

Friday, November 11

  • Region Football game vs Washington-Liberty - 7:00pm 
  • Drama - Much Ado About Nothing - 7:30

Saturday, November 12

  • Cross Country State Meet - Oatlands, 10:30am
  • Drama - Much Ado About Nothing - 2:30 & 7:30
LOOKING AHEAD

November 23-25: Thanksgiving Holiday Break

QUICK LINKS

2022-23 School Calendar

JMHS Website

Digital Resources Consent

Reporting an Absence

Parent Technology Help Desk

JMHS Social Media: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

One School | One Community | One World

Madison High School strives to create and maintain an identity affirming learning environment where our students embrace, support, and encourage each other where multiple forms of identity (i.e. race, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, or disability) are recognized and regarded as assets for teaching and learning. We work to ensure school is a place where students feel safe and can be themselves. We do not tolerate hate speech, racist speech, bias, or acts of discrimination in our school. We want all students to feel a sense of belonging. We want to see all students thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. We are committed to learning, growing, and building the best Madison High School for all our students. We are One School - One Community - One World. 

2500 James Madison Drive, Vienna, VA 22181 | Main Office: 703.319.2300
Attendance: 703.319.2319 | Web | Twitter

This Week at Madison - 10/31/22

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THIS WEEK AT MADISON WEEK OF 10/31/22 IMPORTANT INFO & EVENTS

FCPS Outstanding Employee Awards Program 

  • Is a teacher or staff member at Madison going above and beyond to make this year a great one?  Students, parents, community members, and staff are encouraged to nominate an outstanding Madison employee for recognition in the FCPS Outstanding Employee Awards program! Submit your nomination here. All nominations must be received by Monday, November 14.

Senior Portraits

  • We will be hosting our third and final opportunity for senior portraits at Madison High School on November 1 & 2, 2022.  
  • The attire for the school’s yearbook pose will be in the traditional Tuxedos and Drapes. We will provide the Tuxedo and Drapes. In addition to the yearbook session, we also offer sessions that include casual/personality portraits and cap and gown portraits.  Please follow the link below to choose your session type and appointment time.
  • https://pickatime.com/vosphoto/Madison2023
  • If you are unavailable on November 1 and 2, please reach out to [email protected] for other options. 

Senior Baby Ads

  • If you would like to purchase a Senior Baby ad for the 2023 Yearbook please go to www.yearbookordercenter.com, enter 5307 and then select “Start Your Ad.” You may choose a half, quarter, eighth, or sixteenth page ad. The deadline is Friday, November 11, 2002.
  • The yearbook editors request that you please adhere to the following standards:
    • Along with your senior’s name, you may include a message (check for spelling)
    • If your message does not fill the entire space (if there is white space left over), please choose a different template
    • Choose baby photos that are clothed, please!

Ordering Underclassmen School Portraits

2023 VA Summer Residential Governor's School

  • The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) offers the opportunity for 10th and 11th grade students to apply to attend summer residential Governor’s schools in Academics and Visual and Performing Arts (VPA). Students who are accepted into one of the programs will live in residence halls in one of the state colleges in VA for four weeks in the June - late July timeframe. Visit our website for an overview of the application process. 

ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery), Interested Students Sign Up by 11/18

  • The ASVAB is required for military enlistment, but is also a career exploration program that includes an aptitude test and interest assessment to help guide students with careers and jobs of interest.
  • Parents have access to a copy of the email that was sent on 10/25 to all 11th and 12th grade students here in Schoology.
  • The ASVAB will be given on 12/9 at Oakton High School.

College Access Fairfax Upcoming Events

  • College Access Fairfax will be offering FAFSA/VASA completion workshops and Scholarship 101 presentations in November. Details here.

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

Northern Region info - www.novahsathletics.com

Concorde District info - www.concordedistrict.com

Madison Athletics info - https://www.warhawksports.org/

**Post-season ticket prices: $7 for adults, $5 for students - presale tix are $7, Cash & CC available at the gate.

**Winter Sports tryouts begin Nov 7. Have you submitted your paperwork? Check out Warhawksports.org for tryout info. 

Monday, October 31 (Student Holiday)

  • Varsity Field Hockey Regional Semifinals @ Yorktown, 7pm

Tuesday, November 1

  • Varsity Volleyball Regional Quarterfinals @ Marshall, 7pm

Wednesday, November 2

  • Varsity Field Hockey Regional Finals @ TBA (tentative)

Thursday, November 3

  • Cross Country Regional Meet @ Burke Lake Park, Boys- 2:30 Girls- 3:15
  • Varsity Volleyball Regional Semifinals @ TBA (tentative)
  • Freshman / JV Football vs Chantilly, 5:30 / 7:15

Friday, November 4

  • Varsity Football @ Chantilly, 7pm

Saturday, November 5

  • Marching Band @ Liberty University, 2:30 / 7:30
LOOKING AHEAD

November 7: Harry F. Byrd, UVA Jefferson Scholars, UVA Walentas Scholars due to JMHS College & Career Center. Info here in Schoology for Parents/Guardians

November 8 & 11: Student Holidays (Main Office open 9am - 1pm)

QUICK LINKS

2022-23 School Calendar

JMHS Website

Digital Resources Consent

Reporting an Absence

Parent Technology Help Desk

JMHS Social Media: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

One School | One Community | One World

Madison High School strives to create and maintain an identity affirming learning environment where our students embrace, support, and encourage each other where multiple forms of identity (i.e. race, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, or disability) are recognized and regarded as assets for teaching and learning. We work to ensure school is a place where students feel safe and can be themselves. We do not tolerate hate speech, racist speech, bias, or acts of discrimination in our school. We want all students to feel a sense of belonging. We want to see all students thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. We are committed to learning, growing, and building the best Madison High School for all our students. We are One School - One Community - One World. 

2500 James Madison Drive, Vienna, VA 22181 | Main Office: 703.319.2300
Attendance: 703.319.2319 | Web | Twitter

This Week at Madison - 10/25/22

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THIS WEEK AT MADISON WEEK OF 10/25/22 IMPORTANT INFO & EVENTS

October 28: Last day of 1st Quarter (Early Release)

AP Test Opt-Out Timeline and Fees

  • Students received AP Opt-Out forms on Monday, October 17 through Advisory. DUE Today, Oct 25, 2022
  • FCPS encourages all students to take AP tests for courses in which they are enrolled. However, students will have the opportunity to opt-out of the test(s) by filling out an Opt-Out form. Students must submit any Opt-Out forms by Tuesday, October 25 to Student Services. 
  • As in previous years, the fees for the first six AP tests taken for courses in which students are enrolled for high school credit will be paid for by FCPS. Students taking AP tests without enrolling in the corresponding FCPS course are responsible for the test fee(s). More information here. Parents will be billed a $96 non-refundable test fee in December 2022 for tests that exceed the six FCPS funded tests. 
  • Reference the College Board 2023 AP exam dates site for dates of AP Exams.  All 2023 AP exams will be taken in school and most will be taken in a paper/pencil format.

Retakes: Underclassmen School Portraits

  • Make-Up Pictures for Grades 9-11 are this Wednesday, October 26 in Warhawk Hall. Students may go to Warhawk Hall to get their picture taken during the following times:
    • Advisory
    • Warhawk Time
    • Lunch 
    • Class time if they are not taking a test and the teacher provides the student a pass.

Ordering Underclassmen School Portraits

Senior Portraits

  • We will be hosting our third and final opportunity for senior portraits at Madison High School on November 1 & 2, 2022.  
  • The attire for the school’s yearbook pose will be in the traditional Tuxedos and Drapes. We will provide the Tuxedo and Drapes. In addition to the yearbook session, we also offer sessions that include casual/personality portraits and cap and gown portraits.  Please follow the link below to choose your session type and appointment time.
  • https://pickatime.com/vosphoto/Madison2023
  • If you are unavailable on November 1 and 2, please reach out to [email protected] for other options. 

Senior Baby Ads

  • If you would like to purchase a Senior Baby ad for the 2023 Yearbook please go to www.yearbookordercenter.com, enter 5307 and then select “Start Your Ad.” You may choose a half, quarter, eighth, or sixteenth page ad. The deadline is Friday, November 11, 2002.
  • The yearbook editors request that you please adhere to the following standards:
    • Along with your senior’s name, you may include a message (check for spelling)
    • If your message does not fill the entire space (if there is white space left over), please choose a different template
    • Choose baby photos that are clothed, please!

2023 VA Summer Residential Governor's School

  • The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) offers the opportunity for 10th and 11th grade students to apply to attend summer residential Governor’s schools in Academics and Visual and Performing Arts (VPA). Students who are accepted into one of the programs will live in residence halls in one of the state colleges in VA for four weeks in the June - late July timeframe. Visit our website for an overview of the application process. 

ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery), Interested Students Sign Up by 11/18

  • The ASVAB is required for military enlistment, but is also a career exploration program that includes an aptitude test and interest assessment to help guide students with careers and jobs of interest.
  • Parents have access to a copy of the email that was sent on 10/25 to all 11th and 12th grade students here in Schoology.
  • The ASVAB will be given on 12/9 at Oakton High School.

College Visits This Week @ JMHS

  • 10/26:  Penn State, Eckerd C
  • 10/27:  Salisbury U, Purdue U, Shenandoah U, Franklin & Marshall C

Flint Hill Elementary School Parking Lots

  • Please help keep students, families and staff safe during arrival and dismissal hours. While we understand that arrival and dismissal can be busy times for traffic around JMHS, please do not use the Flint Hill Elementary parking lots and bus loop for student drop-off, pick-up or to avoid traffic on Flint Hill Rd.
    • Morning “cut-through” traffic creates traffic hazards for children arriving for morning activities and obstructions to elementary staff who are arriving to begin their instructional day.
    • In the afternoon, cars that wait in the rear parking lot and bus loop are obstructing access for deliveries, emergency vehicles and creating a traffic hazard on school grounds during active school hours.
  • Beginning on 10/19/22, FHES staff will close these areas to deter unnecessary vehicle access. Please follow these expectations and also encourage your student drivers to use caution and patience while driving near Flint Hill Elementary. Thank you for helping to keep the future Warhawks at FHES safe.

Information from our Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist: Conversing With Your Teen About Drug Use

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

Northern Region info - www.novahsathletics.com

Concorde District info - www.concordedistrict.com

Madison Athletics info - https://www.warhawksports.org/

**Post-season ticket prices: $7 for adults, $5 for students - presale tix are $7, Cash & CC available at the gate.

**Winter Sports tryouts begin Nov 7. Have you submitted your paperwork? Check out Warhawksports.org for tryout info. 

Tuesday, October 25

  • Concorde District VB semis @ Chantilly (tentative)

Wednesday, October 26

  • Region Field Hockey ¼’s vs Wakefield - 7pm 

Thursday, October 27

  • Concorde District XC meet - Boys @ 2pm, Girls @ 3pm
  • Concorde VB finals - tbd (tentative) 
  • Frosh / JV Football vs. South Lakes 5:30 / 7:15 

Friday, October 28

  • Varsity Football @ South Lakes - 7pm (groutfit - wear all gray) 

Saturday, October 29

  • Marching Ensemble @ BOA Regional Competition - Rutgers University
LOOKING AHEAD

October 31: Student Holiday (Main Office Hours: 9am - 1pm)

November 7: Harry F. Byrd, UVA Jefferson Scholars, UVA Walentas Scholars due to JMHS College & Career Center. Info here in Schoology for Parents/Guardians

QUICK LINKS

2022-23 School Calendar

JMHS Website

Digital Resources Consent

Reporting an Absence

Parent Technology Help Desk

JMHS Social Media: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

One School | One Community | One World

Madison High School strives to create and maintain an identity affirming learning environment where our students embrace, support, and encourage each other where multiple forms of identity (i.e. race, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, or disability) are recognized and regarded as assets for teaching and learning. We work to ensure school is a place where students feel safe and can be themselves. We do not tolerate hate speech, racist speech, bias, or acts of discrimination in our school. We want all students to feel a sense of belonging. We want to see all students thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. We are committed to learning, growing, and building the best Madison High School for all our students. We are One School - One Community - One World. 

2500 James Madison Drive, Vienna, VA 22181 | Main Office: 703.319.2300
Attendance: 703.319.2319 | Web | Twitter

This Week at Madison - 10/17/22

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THIS WEEK AT MADISON WEEK OF 10/17/22 IMPORTANT INFO & EVENTS

AP Test Opt-Out Timeline and Fees

  • Students will receive AP Opt-Out forms on Monday, October 17 through Advisory. 
  • FCPS encourages all students to take AP tests for courses in which they are enrolled. However, students will have the opportunity to opt-out of the test(s) by filling out an Opt-Out form. Students must submit any Opt-Out forms by Tuesday, October 25 to Student Services. 
  • As in previous years, the fees for the first six AP tests taken for courses in which students are enrolled for high school credit will be paid for by FCPS. Students taking AP tests without enrolling in the corresponding FCPS course are responsible for the test fee(s). More information here. Parents will be billed a $96 non-refundable test fee in December 2022 for tests that exceed the six FCPS funded tests. 
  • Reference the College Board 2023 AP exam dates site for dates of AP Exams.  All 2023 AP exams will be taken in school and most will be taken in a paper/pencil format. 

October 19: SEL Screener

  • The Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Screener will be given to students on October 19, 2022 during Advisory. Information about the screener can be found on the FCPS website, including information on opt-out options. 

Retakes: Underclassmen School Portraits

  • Make-Up Pictures for Grades 9-11 are taking place on Wednesday, October 26 in Warhawk Hall.  Students may go to Warhawk Hall to get their picture taken during the following times:
    • Advisory
    • Warhawk Time
    • Lunch 
    • Class time if they are not taking a test and the teacher provides the student a pass.

Ordering Underclassmen School Portraits

Senior Portraits

  • We will be hosting our third and final opportunity for senior portraits at Madison High School on November 1 & 2, 2022.  
  • The attire for the school’s yearbook pose will be in the traditional Tuxedos and Drapes. We will provide the Tuxedo and Drapes. In addition to the yearbook session, we also offer sessions that include casual/personality portraits and cap and gown portraits.  Please follow the link below to choose your session type and appointment time.
  • https://pickatime.com/vosphoto/Madison2023
  • If you are unavailable on November 1 and 2, please reach out to [email protected] for other options. 

Senior Baby Ads

  • If you would like to purchase a Senior Baby ad for the 2023 Yearbook please go to www.yearbookordercenter.com, enter 5307 and then select “Start Your Ad.” You may choose a half, quarter, eighth, or sixteenth page ad. The deadline is Friday, November 11, 2002.
  • The yearbook editors request that you please adhere to the following standards:
    • Along with your senior’s name, you may include a message (check for spelling)
    • If your message does not fill the entire space (if there is white space left over), please choose a different template
    • Choose baby photos that are clothed, please!

College Visits This Week @ JMHS

  • 10/18: U of Maine, Northeastern U, Rider U, Hofstra U, AUburn U, Dickinson U, Providence C, Butler U, Indiana U, RIchard Bland C
  • 10/19: Binghamton U, Pomona C, Temple U, DePaul U, JMU
  • 10/20: U of Michigan, Ohio State U, U of Utah, Gettysburg C, Radford U, Appalachian State U, St. John’s U (NY), Furman U, U of Vermont
  • 10/21: GMU

October 17-20: FCPS Look to the Future Week (Virtual).

Free Tutoring Information

Purchase Yearbooks - Code 5307

Information from our Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist: Red Ribbon Week

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

Northern Region info - www.novahsathletics.com

Concorde District info - www.concordedistrict.com

Madison Athletics info - https://www.warhawksports.org/

Post-season ticket prices: $7 for adults, $5 for students - presale tix are $7, Cash & CC available at the gate. 

Monday, October 17 

  • Girls Golf Zone qualifier - Twin Lakes - 10:00am 
  • Athletic Booster Meeting - 7:00

Tuesday, October 18 

  • MadMusic Orchestra and Choir Concert - 7:00 pm Auditorium
  • Field Hockey - District Semifinals vs Cville / Westfield winner - 6:00 
  • Volleyball @ South Lakes 5:00 / 6:15 / 7:30 

Wednesday, October 19

  • District Cheer finals @ South Lakes - 6:30pm 
  • JV XC FCPS meet - 4:45 / 5:15 

Thursday, October 20 

  • Field Hockey - District finals (tentative) 
  • Volleyball vs Westfield 5:00 / 6:15 / 7:30 (Senior night) 

Friday, October 21 

  • Varsity Football vs Westfield 7:00
  • Band Senior Night 6:15 

Saturday, October 22

  • Marching Band VMBC Freedom Showcase - Freedom HS, South Riding, 8:00pm
LOOKING AHEAD

October 24: Holiday 

  • Main Office Hours: 9am - 1pm

October 28: Last day of 1st Quarter 

  • Early Release

October 31: Student Holiday

  • Main Office Hours: 9am - 1pm
QUICK LINKS

2022-23 School Calendar

JMHS Website

Digital Resources Consent

Reporting an Absence

Parent Technology Help Desk

JMHS Social Media: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

One School | One Community | One World

Madison High School strives to create and maintain an identity affirming learning environment where our students embrace, support, and encourage each other where multiple forms of identity (i.e. race, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, or disability) are recognized and regarded as assets for teaching and learning. We work to ensure school is a place where students feel safe and can be themselves. We do not tolerate hate speech, racist speech, bias, or acts of discrimination in our school. We want all students to feel a sense of belonging. We want to see all students thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. We are committed to learning, growing, and building the best Madison High School for all our students. We are One School - One Community - One World. 

2500 James Madison Drive, Vienna, VA 22181 | Main Office: 703.319.2300
Attendance: 703.319.2319 | Web | Twitter

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