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The Woodgrove Outlander

The School News Site of Woodgrove High School

The Woodgrove Outlander

The School News Site of Woodgrove High School

The Woodgrove Outlander

Myrtle Beach, NC. Photo provided by Creative Commons.

Beach Week: Fun and Games or Disaster?

Written by Haley Oliver June 10, 2022

Beach week, a post-graduation tradition for high school seniors, entails a week-long celebration, usually unsupervised and overcrowded in locations like Ocean City, Myrtle Beach, and Virginia Beach. Beach...

The photo above captures the stores located along N 21st Street, including Re-Love It.

Preserving Purcellville

Written by Lindsey Somers June 1, 2022

For years, people have moved to western Loudoun county seeking a peaceful community removed from the hustle of urban sprawl. Within the last decade, the development of new neighborhoods and shopping centers...

“Brains and Brawn”: Chris Wright, Emma Renner and Ben Tardiff.

Local Legend: Domino Master Emma Renner

Written by Claire Davison and Mia Helveston May 20, 2022

Emma Renner, who graduated from Woodgrove in 2016, is an engineer who is now competing on Fox’s Domino Masters, where teams compete weekly in themed domino challenges.  Domino and chain reaction...

Chart made by Haley Oliver and Lindsey Somers.

Senior Graphics

Written by Haley Oliver and Lindsey Somers May 16, 2022

With the school year coming to a close, seniors are announcing their post-high school plans. Where are the Wolverines headed next? Pie chart:  4 year college, gap year, military, trade school,...

We Say Gay protest held outside of Florida School District, in response to the passing of the legislation. Provided by Creative Commons.

Don’t Say Gay

Written by Claire Davidson & Anna Cristofano May 16, 2022

On March 28, Florida Republican Governor, Ron DeSantis signed and passed the “Don’t Say Gay” bill, which was placed into effect among all Florida K-3 schools, banning the educating of the LGBTQIA+...

Senior Memories

Written by Logan Johnson May 16, 2022

The Wolverines recap on their past two million minutes of high school and share their most memorable moments of their time here.  Senior Alivia Favereaux says, “The Woodgrove vs. Valley football...

The Changing of the New World: Price of the Past, Fragments of the Future

Written by Logan Johnson, Editor in Chief May 16, 2022

Our generation, those born between 2000 and 2005, have experienced many world-changing events in our lifetime, but world peace is not one of them. We have endured loved ones actively engaged in war, a...

Members of the WHS cafeteria staff pose with the school lunch deliveries during the pandemic closure of school. Photo provided by Genelda Bartling.

CARES ACT Guaranteeing Free Lunch for Students is Set to Expire in June

Written by James Dougherty May 4, 2022

As students, teachers and faculty unmask and regather, the brick and mortar classroom may seem back to normal, but school nutrition workers are bracing for a fast approaching regulatory change from the...

Rt 7 and 50 Renaming/Purcellville Memorial Pike Request

Written by Evan Kaiser April 28, 2022

The request to rename historic Routes 7 and 50 was approved by the Commonwealth Transportation Board in March to help remove symbols of Confederacy and racism in Loudoun County by reinstating the highways’...

Countrywide rise in gas prices affect Woodgrove students and Loudoun County residents’ transportation

Countrywide rise in gas prices affect Woodgrove students and Loudoun County residents’ transportation

Written by Sarah Putorti April 28, 2022

Ever since the Russia-Ukraine conflict that began in early 2022, gas prices have neared an all-time high. One gallon of regular gas in Virginia was $4.3 dollars on average in March, as compared to February’s...

Loudoun Valley Wins First Amendment Press Freedom Award

Written by Andrew Towe and Maeve Bauer April 8, 2022

 The Committee to Protect Journalists’ Press Freedom Award is a highly prestigious honor. It was bestowed on February 25th to our neighboring school, Loudoun Valley.    The First Amendment...

Caleb Max

Caleb Max

Written by Lindsey Somers March 31, 2022

Born and raised in Round Hill, VA, 24 year old Caleb Max has announced his run in the Congressional race for the 10th district. As a successful entrepreneur, Max hopes to use the skills he’s acquired...

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