King Street Campus

TC Williams
  • King Street Campus is the original site of T.C. Williams High School. It is home to students in grades 10 through 12 and is the center for many classes, events, and extracurricular activities for all students enrolled at T.C. Williams.

    T.C. Williams High School opened in 1965 as a desegregated high school amalgamated from Francis C. Hammond High School, George Washington High School and Parker-Gray High School. In 2007, a new state-of the-art, environmentally green school opened its doors at the present site.

    The International Academy was created in 2011 to support and empower approximately 600 English Language Learners with content mastery and language proficiency through rigorous, experiential, and project-based curricula for college and workforce readiness and to prepare them to become contributing members of our community and conscientious global citizens of the future. The Internship Program teaches International Academy eleventh grade students college and career readiness skills. In addition to formally starting the process to apply to college, students interview and secure a 15-week internship with local, partnering businesses. Students have the opportunity to serve the community while exploring career interests and developing career skills.

    The Satellite Campus was launched in September 2012 as the first comprehensive, non-traditional satellite high school campus in Northern Virginia to deliver a 21st-Century curriculum through a hybrid online/onsite model offering flexible scheduling, internship opportunities, one-on-one student-centered support, and a new pathway to graduation to meet the varied needs of a diverse group of students.

    Students at the Minnie Howard Campus, which focuses on the ninth-grade, also may participate in daily classes, sports, and extracurricular activities on the King Street Campus.

    Special Events

    • All-Night Graduation Party
    • Concerts
    • Science Fair
    • Titan Expo

    Special Academic Programs