Also in Arlington, Virginia, officials got rid of the moniker Washington-Lee High School - named in part for the famous Confederate General - and instead named the school Washington-Liberty High School.
In Richmond, an elementary school once named for J.E.B. Stuart was renamed for President Barack Obama.
In 2018, J.E.B. Stuart High School in the Washington suburb of Fairfax County, Virginia, was renamed Justice High School.
That school was originally named in 1959 - during a time of heightened controversy in the U.S. over race relations.
Change is also coming on Confederate statues on display in the U.S. Capitol, where each state is allowed to honor two people.
The state of Florida plans to replace the statue of Confederate General Edmund Kirby Smith with one of Mary McLoed Bethune - a civil rights activist and educator.
"Florida is proud to submit this request," wrote Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) earlier this year.