Homecoming Spirit Week Activities
There is a full schedule of dress days, Learn games, and other special events occurring during Homecoming week.
Digital Citizenship Week Message for Parents
Ensuring that students learn to use technology safely, responsibly and ethically is a shared responsibility. In order to reach the best outcomes for our students, FCPS approaches Digital Citizenship Education by promoting shared responsibility among school staff, parents, and students.
Fairfax County Youth Survey Opt-Out
In early November all sophomores and seniors will participate in an annual, anonymous “Fairfax County Youth Survey.” If you would like your student to be opted out of this survey, please visit the link, print the opt-out form, and have your student return the form to the main office.
Student Parking Information
You can find information related to student parking such as the FCPS School Board policy on student parking, Marshall HS student parking rules, and the application students need to complete in order to park on school ground.
PTSA Reflections Fine Arts Contest
Marshall students: Get creative--Enter the Reflections fine arts contest!
Share an Announcement at Marshall HS
Students, teacher, parents, and community members can share an announcement on the PA, the website, or the TV monitors at Marshall HS. They can submit their announcement information through a simple form.
Student Technology Resources Website
There is a new Student Technology Resources website to help students with technical questions they may have about passwords, Wi-Fi, and other applications.
Each year, dozens of students, groups, and families submit their favorite photos and sincerest messages to be published in the yearbook. (Baby pictures are a frequent favorite!)
Yearbook Sales: Order Now and Save
The next edition of Marshall High School’s award-winning student yearbook is on sale now. Take advantage of our early-bird special: order your yearbook before October 31 to save $15 off the final price!
Upcoming Events at George C. Marshall High School
Mental Health Resources: 24/7 Emergency Numbers
CrisisLink Regional Hotline
Dominion Hospital Emergency
Mobile Crisis Unit