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Student travels to Washington to Present Winning VJAS Project

James Licato was invited to present his winning Virginia Junior Academy of Science (VJAS) project at the annual meeting of American Association for the Advancement of Science/AJAS in Seattle, Washington this past weekend. This project won the “Best Paper Award” at the 2019 VJAS’s annual symposium and a trip to the annual AAAS/AJAS meeting was […]

Students Earn All – Virginia Choir Honors

This past weekend Washington-Liberty High School hosted 450 middle and high school singers from Arlington Public Schools and Fairfax Co. Public Schools for the three days of the 2020 All-District Choir. Congratulations are in order for Class of 2021 students, Caden Henrich and Marissa McDonnell. Both were selected by audition for the 2020 All-Virginia Choir. […]

Science Fair Judges Send Dozens to Regional Competition

Over the weekend, Washington – Liberty HS Students presented their science fair projects for the annual Science Fair held in the Cafeteria. All students below will advance to the Regional Fair held in March. Place First Name Last Name Project Title 1st Madeleine Day The Effect of Water Temperature on Brine Shrimp Reproduction 1st Thomas […]

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 […]

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.

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 […]