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64 Students’ Submit Accepted Papers to the Annual VJAS Symposium

Congratulations to the Washington – Liberty HS students who submitted papers accepted at the Virginia Junior Academy of Science (VJAS). For more information please visit VJAS.org. Please see below for this year’s accepted papers along with students’ names (and grade level): Botany – Allen, Lily (9) “The Effect of Different Fuels on the Growth of Elodea […]

UPDATE: Important AP Course / Exam Information (April 4, 2020)

Additional guidance for 2020 Advanced Placement (AP) exams is posted online and an accessible schedule is found here: https://apcoronavirusupdates.collegeboard.org/students/taking-ap-exams/ap-exam-schedule. The College Board (CB) recognizes that some students may not have access to the tools and connectivity they need to review AP content online and take the Exam. Students who may not have the technology or […]

School Talk Message From The Principal (March 16, 2020)

(In Spanish below) Monday, March 16th, 2020 Dear W-L Parents and Students, First, I want to thank our wonderful teachers, our caring and understanding parents, and our always-awesome kids for being so patient and supportive during this unexpected and unusual transition period.  I cannot express enough how grateful we are for the support you are […]

APS Suspends School Activities for the Remainder of the School-Year

APS Suspends School Activities for the Reminder of the School-Year. Follow the link below for APS UPDATES re: COVID-19 Please contact your team’s Head Coach for further questions, comments or concerns. Thank you in advance for your flexibility and patience as we navigate this situation together. #GoGenerals

IB Social / Cultural Anthropology HL Students Speak via Skype with Hong Kong Professor

Senior students of IB Social / Cultural Anthropology HL who are reading the book “Ghetto At the Center of the World: Chungking Mansions, Hong Kong” by Gordon Mathews, Professor of Anthropology at Hong Kong University, got the opportunity to speak via Skype with Professor Mathews this morning. The students asked Professor Mathews questions about the […]

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Lincoln Douglas Debate Team Keeps Winning Tradition

Last weekend, the W-L Debate Team competed against the area’s top Lincoln – Douglas debaters in the WACFL Metrofinals Tournament. (pictured left to right) Christoph Schoer, Griffin Crouch, Ra’Nya Taylor, Lindsey Gradowski, Caroline Cunningham, Henry Nissen, Belan Yeshigeta, Lizzie Dickerson As a team, they received 3rd place for their year-long team sweepstakes points. Cunningham placed […]