News You Choose from Justice High School
View the latest "News and Announcements" from Justice High School.
Parent Resource Center
Are you curious about the supports FCPS has for parents? Click here to find out about our Parent Resource Center.
If you need the information to be translated to language not provided, please email the Parent Resource Center at [email protected]
Need to order a class ring or other Graduation related bling? Click here to go to our partners at Balfour!
Back to School
Welcome to our Back to School Site. Click here to meet our amazing staff and to access information about this school year!
In-person Attendance at Athletic Events
Due to the continued high rate of COVID-19 transmission, we will continue to limit in-person attendance at athletic events to coaches, athletes, and the parents of both the home and visiting teams through Friday, January 28. All FCPS high school sporting events are available online on the NFHS Network where you can create an account and subscribe and follow to begin watching.
Virtual Town Halls - Mask Requirement
Many of you have questions about our mask requirement. Please join us on Zoom for the first Virtual Town Hall from 7 - 8 p.m. on Monday, January 24 or for the Spanish Language Town Hall from 7 - 8 p.m. on Tuesday, January 25. Please register to attend.
Unvaccinated Athletes Register for COVID testing
All high school student-athletes participating in FCPS athletic programming who are not fully vaccinated between the ages of 12-15 or between the ages of 16-18 with a medical or religious exemption will be required to submit negative COVID-19 test results to the Director of Student Activities at the school on a weekly basis in order to participate in sports for school year 2021-2022.
Report safety issues online or by text message using the Safety Tipline. You may choose to identify yourself or remain anonymous.
Anticipated Bus Delays
Due to the bus driver shortage, we will be increasing “double back” bus runs, meaning a bus is required to run two scheduled routes back to back that would normally have been covered by two separate buses. These “double backs” may impact delivery time to schools or bus stops and may have a domino effect, affecting after-school drop-off times.