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Woodgrove Bids Farewell to Theatre Director Mr. David Noland

Woodgrove Bids Farewell to Theatre Director Mr. David Noland

Written by Dominique Cruz, Hope Davison, and Rebecca Faletti

May 15, 2019


Filed under Student News, Top Stories

After teaching at Woodgrove for nine years, long time Theatre Director David Noland will be moving on to Independence High School in Ashburn, VA as the new Theatre Director and Fine Arts Department Chair. Noland helped build Woodgrove’s Theatre program, opening the school in 2010. He has led a successful...

High School Never Ends: The Social Hierarchy

High School Never Ends: The Social Hierarchy

Written by Rachel Castro, Adrian Gonzalez, Maryam Khan

November 3, 2017


Filed under Features

It’s a common theme in every fictional high school story: the popular girls in Mean Girls, the athletes in High School Musical, and the standoffish outcast from Riverdale. The separation of students into cliques is ingrained in school systems around the country, but does it affect Woodgrove students? Social...

Congratulations to the Class of 2016!

Congratulations to the Class of 2016!

June 19, 2016


Filed under Features, Local News

Co-valedictorians Andrea Patterson and Ryan Taylor introduce the keynote speaker, Muriel Forrest, and her husband, international Irish tenor, Mark Forrest. Muriel Forrest speaks about their eight children, and the inspiration behind the creation of their organization, The Faith and Family Founda...

Despite the Honor Code, is there Rampant Cheating at Woodgrove?

Despite the Honor Code, is there Rampant Cheating at Woodgrove?

Written by Managing Editor Alivia McAtee and Social Media Manager Ali McBride

October 21, 2015


Filed under Opinion

We’ve all been there - it’s the night before an assignment is due, and you can’t see the end of the tunnel. It seems like you’ll never finish. You consider your options: turn it in on time but incomplete, or turn it in late but finished. But then, a third option crosses your mind; you could ask...

Marching Band Places Second in First Competition

Marching Band Places Second in First Competition

Written by Amanda Arnold, News Editor

September 28, 2015


Filed under Student News

The Woodgrove Marching Wolverines traveled to Herndon High School on Saturday, September 26, marking the start of their season. Their show, “The Battle of Troy,” won them second place along with a Caption Award for best visual performance in Group III A with a score of 80.100, only .025 points below...

Fight Like Mike!

January 14, 2014


Filed under News

By Joshua Tiaga. Mike Roberts is a night custodian who works in the L600 hallway. Recently, Roberts was diagnosed with Lymphoma. Lymphoma is a form of blood cancer, unlike Leukemia; it originates in Lymph nodes not the bone marrow. This type of cancer occurs when the lymphocytes are in an uncontroll...

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