2020 – Present Day

Washington-Liberty High School History: 2020 – 2039


Milestones

  • W-L enters the new decade as Washington-Liberty High School (2019-2020 school year).
  • Approaching its growth in the 50s and 60s, W-L will expand into a newly renovated adjacent school building, the former Arlington Education Center as redesigned by the Washington, DC firm Studio Twenty Seven Architecture (2022).
  • School Centenary in 2025. W-L will celebrate its 100th birthday as Northern Virginia’s oldest public high school during the 2024-25 school year.

Principals

  • Dr. Gregg Robertson (Ret. 2020)
  • Antonio Hall

Sports and Activities

For History / Sports Accomplishments page
W-L Basketball Seniors. The 2019-20 team coached by Bobby Dobson was the Region runner-up and State Quarterfinalist, the most accomplished team since the 1960s under Coach Mo Levin. (On 27 February 2020, W-L defeated Wakefield to reach the Region Final against Centreville.)
The softball team beats rival Langley for the region championship.
The softball team beats rival Langley for the 6D North Region championship on 18 June 2021.

.District titles 

  • Girls Gymnastics: 2020, 21
  • Girls Indoor Track: 2021
  • Field Hockey: 2020

Regional Titles

  • Boys Basketball Region Finalist: 2020
  • Girls Indoor Track Region Finalist: 2021
  • Softball: 2021

State Titles

  • Boys Basketball 6A State Quarterfinalist: 2020
  • Girls Indoor Track 6A State Third Place: 2020
  • Ice Hockey (CSHL Championship): 2021
  • eSports: 2020

Notable

  • W-L was named a National Banner Unified Champion School by the Special Olympics (2020).

*W-L currently competes in the Liberty District with rival schools Yorktown, McLean, Langley, South Lakes, and Herndon. Beginning in the fall of 2021, the Liberty District will consist of Yorktown, Wakefield, McLean, Langley, Marshall, Herndon, and W-L.