Month: October 2019

Model United Nations (U.N.) Members Earn Recognition

Washington-Liberty High School’s Model United Nations Club competed in a conference at McLean High School on Oct. 25 – 26, 2019. Teo Huson received the Outstanding Delegate award for his committee and Fardeen Bablu was awarded a verbal accommodation for his delegate work representing the JCC Banana Republics: United Fruit Company.

“Send a Message. Stay Drug Free” Campaign Promotes Red Ribbon Week, Oct. 23 – 31

RED RIBBON WEEK is a drug prevention awareness event that allows young people and communities to unite and take a visible stand against drugs. This year’s theme is “Send a Message. Stay Drug Free.” During this week; parents, educators, and the community are encouraged to promote a healthy, drug-free lifestyle to start a conversation about the negative effects […]

Generals Collect Numerous Distinctions at VHSL Media Championship

Virginia High School League (VHSL) held their annual Media Championships, at which publications and individual journalism students receive awards for the previous school year. The W-L 2018 – 2019 publications did very well, with the Crossed Sabres newspaper receiving a “Trophy Class” designation. This is the highest level of distinction that can be awarded to […]

Marching Generals Bring Home Several Accolades

In recent weeks, the Washington – Liberty HS Marching Generals have given their best efforts and succeeded. This past Saturday, October 19th, they earned First Place in Music, 2nd place in General Effect and 2nd place Overall Band in the 4A division at the Tournament of Champions. This follows up last weekend’s efforts when they […]

IB Film earn a 2019 AAHSFF Invitational Laurel in NYC

Recently Washington – Liberty HS’s IB Film Crew competed at the 2019 All American High School Film Festival (AAHSFF) in NYC. The festival had over 2,000 student led film teams from all over the world, screened over 700 Official Selections with only 200 nominees. Therefore, the talents possessed by students at W-L HS are among the […]

Now Accepting: Applications for “VA Governor’s School”- 2020 Summer Residential

Interested 10th and 11th grade; artists, dancers, thespians, vocalists, and instrumental musicians should apply to the 2020 summer Residential Governor’s School program. Fill out online and turn in all signed paperwork to Ms. Cantor in the IB Office (Room 1305). The first three pages of the Visual and Performing Arts applications are due November 1, 2019. Find the […]