​​Volunteer Opportunities:

PTSA has many openings for anyone interested in getting involved and/or offering your talent and time.  Go to Volunteer Page.


Congratulations .....

Vienna Optimist Club Essay Writing contest winners: Jeffery Huang, Samuel Thompson and Elizabeth Wu.

Mock Exams

Mock SAT: February 3, 9 am - 1 pm

Mock ACT: February 24, 9 am - 1 pm

Details ...

Military Academy/ROTC Night

February 27, 7-8:30 pm

Fairfax High School auditorium


​​Driver Education Certificate Program for Sophomores.  details...
February 12  at 7 pm auditorium
May 15  at 7 pm auditorium


Casino Night  warhawksports.org

March 9, 7-11 pm

Double Tree Tysons McLean

Online Auction February 9 - 14

Submit your bid here


Regional Science Fair
March 17, Robinson Secondary School
Congratulations to students advancing to the Regional Science Fair. 



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Vienna, VA

Madison Student Directory ​is now on line!  
Go to Student Directory Page.


Madison Minds Matter - February 26 (Monday) 3:15 pm Warhawk Hall

An open discussion forum to address and reflect on the events that occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS in Parkland, FL last week. This discussion is open to all students at Madison High School. We encourage everyone to come and voice their feelings and reactions towards the tragic shooting. School counselors will be available at this discussion.


Madison Food Pantry:  Thank you to the Madison community for your generosity and support.  We need items on a continuing basis.  To donate, sign up and bring items to school main office or use  Amazon Wishlist to order and have it ship directly to school.  Please check back to this site for updated sign up link.   For inquiries, contact Rossana Carney at culturaldiversity@jmhsptsa.org.  Please help spread the word to the Vienna Community!


What makes a great school? Submit your input here


The latest edition of The Hawk Talk is now available.  Ask your student for a copy or pick up at the main office.  Check out online edition at warhawknews.com


February Activities

2  International Night, auditorium

3  SAT mock exam

5  Report cards distributed to students

6  Semester grades mailed to colleges for seniors

6  Parent Program, 7 pm auditorium

6  Gap Year Fair, 8:30 pm Marshall HS

7  Science Fair for all grades

9  Online auction opens

10 SGA's winter charity dance

12 PTSA meeting, 7:30 library

14 Science Fair (make up day)

15 Mad drama One Act

​16 Mad drama One Act

​17 Mad drama One Act

​19 President's Day, no school

19 Spring sports tryout begin

22 Orchestra concert, 7 pm auditorium

​24 ACT mock exam

27 Military/ROTC night

28 Dine-out at Panera 4-8 pm (flyer)

28 ANG early registration deadline


Upcoming event in March

Supporting Your Teen in Times of Stress - March 5 7 pm Warhawk Hall
Now more and ever, students are active, involved, and hardworking in school, family, community, and social settings. The many demands on students’ schedules can be stressful and emotionally draining. Our students need adult support as they navigate personal care and mental health care. Madison Minds Matter, JMHS’s mental health awareness and suicide prevention club, will sponsor a panel of mental health care experts who will speak about how to support students as they experience stress and encounter difficulty with managing mental health. The club is excited to host Laura Mayer, the director of PRS CrisisLink and an experienced speaker on the topic of empowering adolescents to effectively manage mental health. The club will also host counseling staff from Madison to share their perspectives on in-school resources and supports that are available to students and parents during times of stress. Please consider joining Madison Minds Matter on March 5th at 7pm to dialogue about the best ways to support our teens as they effectively and healthily balance self-care and busy schedules. This panel will meet in Warhawk Hall.


AP Exam Fees

Students choosing to take one or more AP tests beyond the six FCPS-funded tests will be charged a fee of $93 per AP test. For more information about the test fee process visit the FCPS website:  https://www.fcps.edu/activityandtestfees


Extracurricular Activity Fee

Students participating in one or more extracurricular school activities will be required to pay a one-time nonrefundable $50 extracurricular activity fee per year.  Pay online myschoolbucks.com


Join us for our PTSA meeting Monday, February 12 @ 7:30 pm in the library.


Order your Yearbook  

www.yearbookordercenter.com. School code 5307.