Program Overview

Prince William County Public School's (PWCS) Evening  School Program offers a combination of in-class instruction with online learning. This program offers students personalized instruction, one-to-one support, and open lines of communication so students and parents can connect with teachers when needed.

A course schedule typically lasts 15 weeks, during which students will complete a year-long course for a high school credit.  All courses are taught by certified content teachers.

Why do students take Evening School courses?

  • To earn a credit necessary for on-time graduation
  • To repeat a course for a better grade and grade-point-average (GPA)
  • To recover a credit lost by a failing grade
  • To add an extra course that would not fit into the normal day schedule of classes 

Available Courses

English 9, English 10, English 11, English 12

Earth Science, Biology, Oceanography, Astronomy

Geometry, Algebra I, Algebra Functions Data Analysis (AFDA)

World History I, US/VA History, US/VA Government

Economics and Personal Finance, Independent Living, Nutrition & Wellness

Enrollment Information

Spring Semester Session:  Monday, January 31, 2022 - Thursday, May 26, 2022

Program Location: Forest Park High School

Classes will be held Monday - Thursday from 5:30-8:30 p.m.

Registration fee: $250 per student

On-site attendance is mandatory.

Students may take up to two courses. 

Students are required to bring their own device each night.


Evening School registration opens Monday, December 6, 2021, and closes Thursday, January 13, 2022.

To register for Evening School, please see your base school counselor for an application.

Evening School tuition is a $250 flat fee per student. Payments can be submitted  here using PWCS online Student Quick Pay.

Project Graduation

Spring Project Graduation registration opens December 6, 2021 and closes January 13, 2022. Classes begin on Monday, January 31, 2022 and end Thursday, May 26, 2022. 

There is no cost for Project Graduation. It is open to seniors who require one or two credits to graduate "on-time" in June 2022.

For more details regarding this program or registration information, please see your base school counselor.