Practical Nursing I & II get a closer look at the human body.
VDOTs 8th annual career fair attracts a variety of professions.
Town and County governments open their doors to Monroe's German exchange students.
Students and staff walk 178+ miles in support.
A record-setting 125 units collected in two days.
Monroe student to represent Virginia at upcoming National Competition
This exciting new software is designed to help students with their reading, writing, research, and study skills.
Mr. Rich Gladu presented Monroe with a $500 check for STEM education.
Inova collected 73 units of blood from Monroe students and staff in just 2 days.
Monroe student, Nicole Levinson, becomes member of the Good Shepherd Alliance Board of Directors
A group of representatives from Main-Taunus-Kreis, Germany, visited Monroe to learn more about what we have to offer our students. Click on the Headline for more information.
The Loudoun Education Foundation supports Monroe's home building project. Click on the Headline for more information.
Monroe Technology Center has hosted an annual blood drive with the American Red Cross each February for the last 11 years. Click on the Headline for more information.
Several hundred prospective students, joined by their parents, braved the frigid February cold and came to Monroe to check out the many programs and careers offered. Students visited programs of interest and spoke one-on-one with instructors about the specifics of each program. Click on the Headline for more information.
Recruiting and retaining underrepresented gender students in nontraditional CTE programs. Click on the Headline for more information.
On Wednesday, November 3rd, several hundred curious middle schoolers turned out for Monroe's Middle School Night. Middle School Night gives middle school students and their parents a chance to come to Monroe and find out information on the school and what programs are offered. Click on the Headline for more information.
Monroe Technology Center has received a $750 grant from the Exxon/Mobil Educational Alliance program to support the school’s Environmental Plant Science, Biotechnology, and Auto Service Technology programs. John Couls of Couls Automotive and Michelle Koontz, of Holtman Oil, worked with school officials to secure the grant, which is one of the 2,400 available to schools across the country served by Exxon or Mobil stations. The grants were made possible by funding from the ExxonMobil Corporation. Click on the Headline for more information.
During the Health and Medical Sciences "White Coat" ceremony, held at the LCPS Administrative Offices last Thursday, October 14th, Mr. Jay Lambert, executive director of the Claude Moore Charitable Foundation, made a surprise announcement. Click on the Headline for more information.
The National Technical Honor Society is an organization that recognizes student achievement and leadership. This organization also promotes educational excellence, provides scholarships, and enhances career opportunities. Click on the Headline for more information.