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eSports Team is Headed to State Championship, Jan 29th (4pm).

The Rocket League team was recently featured in an NPR broadcast of “All Things Considered.” If you missed it, you can listen to the clip here (3min). W-L eSports team just won their semi-finals match in the Virginia High School League! The Championship Match will be Wednesday, January 29th at 4PM. Spread the word and […]

Post-Secondary Planning Night, Jan. 29th (7:00pm)

The Washington-Liberty HS Counseling Department will host our annual “Post-Secondary Planning Night” on January 29th @ 7pm in the Auditorium. Come learn more about planning for life after Washington-Liberty HS. The information will specifically target 10th and 11th grade students (and parents). Information will include: the college application process, Naviance, the Common Application & Coalition […]

Students take Grand Prize in HackBI III

Two teams from Washington-Liberty High School participated in HackBI III, a 24-hour programming competition. The teams created a tool for getting past writer’s block and a grand prize-winning posture detection algorithm.

Yearbook Prices Increase Feb. 8th, Personalization Expires Sooner

Yearbook Price Increase – Yearbooks will continue to be sold for $90 until February 7th, however, the personalization deadline to add your name or icons to the book is January 31, 2020. Books can be ordered online at www.jostensyearbooks.com. Please email Ms. Nelson with questions: abrianna.nelson@apsva.us. Senior Recognition Ads – The senior recognition ad section of the […]

2019 National Punctuation Day Winners

Link to: PR Release There were many excellent entries in this year’s contest. The judges had a hard time selecting one winner, so they decided to recognize 12 students from schools in five states.To remind you, contestants were asked, “What punctuation error annoys you the most?” They were asked to find an online meme that […]

Students Hit the Campaign Trail for President of the VA Jr. Classical League

Twenty-five Washington – Liberty High School students attended and competed at the Virginia Junior Classical League State Convention. The event was held over the weekend before Thanksgiving in Richmond, VA. Supported by a dedicated and enthusiastic campaign staff which included: Kaylee Board (pictured) and Annabel Phoel (pictured), as well as Carson Brantley, Caroline LaPiana, Michael Robertson, Lauren Rylander, Jana Smith-Perry, Lara […]