The City of Falls Church was founded in 1948 as an independent city primarily to operate its own independent school system.
All classrooms have computers. The schools have small student-to-computer ratios. All students have Internet access.
In 1982 Falls Church became the first Virginia school system to offer the rigorous International Baccalaureate academic program which requires community service, a senior thesis and academic courses in all subject areas. Students may take specialized tests during their senior year to qualify for college credit.
All schools are currently accredited with passing the standards of learning tests.
George Mason High School has been ranked the second most challenging high school in the USA by Newsweek
Falls Church City Schools is a publicly funded organization
No. of Schools: 4
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