Langley High School

Langley High School is a public high school located in the Fairfax County Public Schools system in Northern Virginia. The school is located in McLean and the campus is located less than a mile west of the Central Intelligence Agency headquarter.

"Langley High School" was established in 1965. The name 'Langley' came from Thomas Lee in honor of Langley Manor, which was part of the home estate in Shropshire, England. Langley means 'long open meadow'. Thomas Lee was one of the first to envision the Thirteen Colonies as a separate nation whose capital should be on the Potomac between Great Falls and Little Falls. Keeping these things in mind (including the Anglo Saxon background) the school steering committee chose the nickname 'Saxons' and the school's colors of forest green and old gold with white as a trim color in keeping with the traditional theme."

The mission of Langley High School is to provide a challenging and enriching academic environment that inspires students to develop the skills necessary to become ethical and productive citizens.

The Langley High School is a Public university located in McLean.
The Langley High School was founded in 1965.
The current president of Langley High School is Kimberly Greer.

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