Fairfax high school to open in 2021, but students stay in their homes


Fairfax High School in Fairfax County, Virginia will open in the 2021-22 school year.

The school’s website states that the school is in the midst of construction and is scheduled to open for the 2019-2020 school year, but that it will open its doors in 2021.

The Fairfax County School Board will be the primary entity for the school, and the Fairfax County County Department of Education is the contracting organization for the construction and operation of the school.

The first class of students will arrive at the school in 2021 and will begin instruction at the beginning of 2022.

The project is expected to cost approximately $1.5 million and is funded by a state grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

In addition to the school’s new facility, Fairfax also has plans for a new student lounge, a new library, and a new science lab, among other amenities.

“It’s a major undertaking, and it’s a new project,” Fairfax High’s principal, Elizabeth Hester, told TechCrunch in an email.

“But the school has so much to offer and we’re just getting started.

I’m excited to start to bring this exciting school to life.”

The new building will have a school library, a gymnasium, and classrooms.

The building also has an observation deck, and Hester said the school will have additional facilities for children with special needs.

“This building is really important to me as a principal because it will be used to house students who need special education support for a period of time and to give them the space and the support that they need,” Hester told TechBuzz in an interview.

“That’s why I’m so proud of the students who are going to be in this new building.

I want them to have a great school environment, and I’m going to do everything I can to help them achieve that goal.”

The Fairfax High school will also have an indoor sports center, an outdoor basketball court, a track, and basketball and volleyball courts.

Hester also said that Fairfax High will offer more than 200 programs in the fall and winter term, and more than 400 in the spring term.

“We want the students to experience everything that the Fairfax community has to offer,” Hesters said.

“I want them all to have an excellent education.

We will have all kinds of sports and other programs.

We’re looking forward to having a great year for all of the children.”

The school will be built on a 40-acre site in a neighborhood of homes near the town of Northridge, about 15 minutes from downtown Washington, D.C. The town’s population is estimated at about 25,000 people, and residents of the area have long been vocal about the lack of a school in the area.

Hesters told TechHub that the building’s construction will be a major draw to the area, and she said the project was the biggest project the community had ever seen.

“People are going, ‘Oh, it’s great that Fairfax is coming to Northridge,'” Hester added.

“The community is going, well, we’re so excited.”

The construction is expected, though the school itself will not be complete for the fall term.

The county’s Department of Public Instruction and the Department of Health and Human Services are currently working with Fairfax County on the project.

“These are significant and very significant projects, and we appreciate all of your patience as we work together on these,” the Fairfax High Board of Education said in a statement.

“At the same time, we are committed to ensuring that the students of Fairfax High are safe and supported during the construction process, and our staff is doing everything they can to assist with this task.”

The students will also be able to use the new facility while it is under construction.

“You’ll be able use the facility while you’re in school, when you’re not, and you’ll have a little bit of privacy, and that’s a lot of different things you can do,” Hesser said.

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