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

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...

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...

Students Speak Up About a Changed Perspective Post-Coronavirus

Written by Riley Castellano, Logan Johnson, and Kennedy Vacca March 12, 2021

It has been over a year since COVID-19 entered America, marking the beginning of a world-wide pandemic and a turning point in history. Individuals have had to adapt to new conditions while keeping a healthy...

Different Holiday Traditions

Written by Gianna Costanza, Anna Cristofano, and Maddie Shea January 15, 2021

The holidays are a festive time of year where people of diverse ethnicities and religions gather to celebrate in their own unique ways and traditions. Celebrated in more than 160 countries, Christmas...

Colby Samide cuts wood in his desk building process

Local Teen Makes Free Desks Amid Virtual Learning

Written by David Hamady, Rachel Schneeberg, and Robbie Showers October 29, 2020

Woodgrove Junior Colby Samide is building desks to assist local households with distance learning. Because the desks are given free-of-charge to families in need, he has gained local support and nationwide...

Woodgrove Junior Anna Lippert finishes 1,000 piece puzzle while in quarantine. Photo by Anna Lippert.

COVID-19 Changed the World, but Students Remain Resilient

On the night of March 11, Loudoun County Public School students went to bed unaware that their lives were about to change. The global Covid-19 pandemic had been ravaging parts of Asia and Europe, with...

Woodgrove football players signing to colleges

Woodgrove Football Players Commit to Colleges

Written by Matthew Gusmerotti and Casey Abashian February 27, 2017

After ending the regular season with a perfect record, it’s no surprise that ten members of the varsity football team signed letters of intent to play at the college level. Varsity Head Coach Mike Skinner...

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