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A safe place for children to grow, learn, and play. Our students learn to work in teams, with the teacher and with each other. Our curriculum includes music, art, physical education, and technology lessons  as well as core subjects. Our students use a variety of tools – from computers to costumes – to make learning fun as well as educational. Our families and friends come from around the world. Our SCA’s annual food drive is just one service-learning project that helps make our students good citizens. All of our staff members are true heroes, every day.



  • Annual Art Gala – Thursday, May 17, 6 – 8 p.m.

    On Thursday, May 17, from 6 to 8 p.m., we invite Laurel Hill families to come share the beauty and creativity of our Annual Art Gala. At this free event, you’ll be able to view works of art created by students from all classes and participate in make-and-take craft tables to create your own little masterpieces! Classes will also visit the gallery that Friday throughout the day.


  • Need Help Logging on to SIS/ParentVUE or 24/7 Blackboard? We Are Here to Help!

    ParentVUE, the portal on FCPS SIS (Student Information System) that connects parents/guardians to their child's teachers, grades, attendance, and more, is now more important than ever as it's also the only way to access teachers' 24/7 Blackboard classroom pages.

    If you haven't yet registered for a ParentVUE account, or can't log in to one you've already established, please see this flier for assistance. If you still cannot log in, please contact Parent Liaison Melanie Crosby Hardy at for help.

FCPS Events & Announcements

Ongoing Programs and Information

  • Help Keep Our Kiss and Ride Lane and Parking Lot Safe!

    Please read this important brochure regarding safety in our parking areas during arrival and dismissal. We appreciate your cooperation and we work to keep everyone at Laurel Hill safe!

  • "What's in a Name?" Laurel Hill Edition!

    The FCPS Red Apple 21 video series “What’s in a Name?” explores the origins of the names of school buildings throughout the county. The producers recently finished a piece about Laurel Hill, which ran on Red Apple 21 last month. It's still available on YouTube: Check it out to learn what’s in our name!

Community Events & Announcements