The School News Site of Woodgrove High School

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

Picture taken by Jillian Lewis and is the current Woodgrove Library downstairs in L603 classroom.

Woodgrove Library Undergoes Renovation

Written by Jillian Lewis May 4, 2022

The Woodgrove Library will be newly renovated and located in the space where the current main office and counseling complex is located. These renovations started on March 21, and will be concluded by the...

A star speckled moon, provided by Creative Commons.

Woodgrove’s Astrological Makeup

Written by Acadia Dyson, Hannah Rayburn, and Lindsey Simpson March 18, 2022

Students share their zodiac signs in order to determine which signs and elements rule the school!    The poll results:  Woodgrove is drowning in water – with 32% of students being...

DECA Logo from the WHS website.

DECA Spotlight

Written by Hannah Rayburn and Lindsey Simpson March 18, 2022

Congratulations to Woodgrove’s DECA club for their performance in the state competition! Officers and members reflect on DECA and how it has affected their lives.   Business and Marketing...

The C&O Canal in Georgetown

Spring Break Bucket List Ideas

Written by Sarah Burns and Claire Davison March 12, 2022

Spring break is sneaking up on the calendar, and students are wondering how to spend their time. Here are five ideas, suggested by Woodgrove students, to make this spring break the best one yet.    Hikes   There...

Cupcakes That Care

Woodgrove is Busy with Business

Written by Lilli Raine Barkley and Lindsey Somers March 12, 2022

The Woodgrove student body is always demonstrating ways to be exceptional wolverines. Within Woodgrove is an array of entrepreneurs striving to make their business dreams come true. Ava Welsh is...

Alzheimer’s Association Logo.

November: National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Written by Claire Davison and Anna Cristofano January 26, 2022

Alzheimer’s is not just memory loss, and it doesn’t just affect elderly people. Over six million people in America suffer from Alzheimer’s disease and this number is projected to grow to 13 million...

Photo by Haley Oliver, Andreas Alexandrou sporting his curly mullet.

The Return of the Mullets

Written by Robbie Showers and William Den Herder January 25, 2022

Throughout the halls at Woodgrove, there has been an increased number of students sporting mullets. A mullet is a hairstyle featuring hair cut short in the front and sides, and long in the back. Mullets...

Mrs. Harar’s Women’s Studies class holding their posters for women’s standards in society.

Eccentric Electives at Woodgrove

Written by Claire Davison, Ainsleigh Shipp, and William Den Herder January 25, 2022

The chaos of scheduling classes for next year is creeping up on Woodgrove students. Here are some of the unique electives that Woodgrove students can select.  A new class this year at Woodgrove...

The Vaccine to Violence?

Written by Ainsleigh Shipp and Logan Johnson January 24, 2022

All over the country, schools have seen a rise in violence. Some schools have moved to days of asynchronous learning in order to put a stop to the countless fights staff and students are facing every day....

Alexa Thompson showcases her unique style.

Woodgrove Winter Fashion

Written by Lindsey Somers and Haley Oliver January 24, 2022

The winter months have settled over Woodgrove and wolverines of all grades are bundling into cool tones and layered looks. As new trends have emerged, wolverines are incorporating them into their everyday...

 Senior Karl Vogelsang knocks down a free throw in the rival Woodgrove vs Loudoun Valley game. (Provided by Action Jackson Photos).

Surprising Sports Superstitions

Written by Maddie Shea and Maeve Bauer January 23, 2022

Various Woodgrove athletes share their pregame rituals that are student led and directed which shows what makes their individual team special.   Woodgrove Senior Hunter Pavolic shared the Woodgrove...

Words from the Wolverines’ Wisest: featuring Zach Soska and Catherine Caputo

Written by Logan Johnson January 23, 2022

How do you stay clear of senioritis? ZS: By keeping track of all the graded work and setting a time to do it when I get home. CC: I remind myself that a cap and gown is the reward for four...

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