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Seniors Tips on How to Stay Motivated During the Last Semester of High School

Written by Charley Piercy, Kildea McMahon March 26, 2021

It’s no secret that staying motivated throughout the last semester of high school can be a struggle for most, if not all, seniors. Here are some tips and tricks from your fellow classmates to help you...

Fall Players to Watch

Written by Anna Lockhart, Kayla Norsworthy, and Rachel Schneeberg March 22, 2021

After a successful run for winter sports, fall sports are ready to get their heads back in the game. But there's a twist, fall sports will be held during the springtime. Seasons are scheduled to begin...

Student Opinions on Distance Learning and In School Learning

Written by Teagan Russell March 22, 2021

On March 20th, 2020, the world was flipped upside down when LCPS announced a closure of in-school learning. The conversion to distance learning was something nobody expected to experience in their lives....

Student Voices and their Impact

Student Voices and their Impact

Written by Teagan Russell and Teah Sargent March 19, 2021

Now more than ever changes are being made to schools, and students have begun to share their voices through petitions.  The Loudoun based petition, created by Carlos Z, was about school workload and...

Schedule Making for the Upcoming School Year!

Schedule Making for the Upcoming School Year!

Written by Gianna Costanzo and Maddie Shea March 19, 2021

The hope of  normalcy returns as students schedule for the next school year. Woodgrove offers a variety of classes that are not found at many other schools. There are also plenty of clubs and electives...

Winter Sports Teams are Making the Cold a Little Bit Hotter

Written by Anna Lockhart and Kayla Norsworthy March 19, 2021

The 2020-2021 winter sports season was like no other before; the seasons were undesirably shorter, stands were empty, and masks were mandatory. However dreadful the precautions put in place for COVID-19...

Art in the Face of Adversity

Written by Teah Sargent March 19, 2021

For centuries, people have been creating art in the face of adversity, and this past year is no different. Woodgrove student artists are finding color and inspiration in a time that has been undoubtedly...

Winter Sports Athletes COVID Season

Written by Gianna Costanzo March 19, 2021

Woodgrove High School student athletes had a crazy winter sports season due to the coronavirus. Freshman Rylee Evans, junior Ryan Yriart, and senior Amber Dubey describe their winter sports season. Freshman...

What Vacation Destination are You?

Written by Kylee Harrell and Charley Piercy March 19, 2021

After a long and snowy winter, spring break is right around the corner, and you NEED the perfect vacation destination. Answer these questions to find out where you are destined to stay this spring break! Questions:  Which...

The US Capitol building as it was being stormed on January 6th, 2021.

The Capitol Siege Through the Perspective of Middle Schoolers

Written by Maeve Bauer and Sarah Burns March 19, 2021

The Outlander met with seventh graders at Blue Ridge and Harmony Middle School to discuss their views on the Capitol Siege. On January 6th, the United States Capitol was stormed by protesters who were...

2020’s Most Watched Netflix Series

Written by Anna Cristofano March 19, 2021

This past year included countless hours of sitting in front of our televisions binge watching the latest new series. Here are the top T.V shows on Netflix of 2020.  Love is Blind A Netflix original...

A snowman depicting the winter blues

How Seasonal Changes Affect Mental Health

Written by Claire Davison and Sarah Burns March 19, 2021

When the sun starts to set earlier and the temperatures drop, mental health can be greatly impacted, especially in the current isolated environment. During this challenging time, it is important that the...

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