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

The School News Site of Woodgrove High School

The Woodgrove Outlander

Meet Our New Aquatic Life!

Written by Haley Oliver November 7, 2022

The freshmen aren't the only new members to the school this year; L514 has a few new class pets! Mr. Maynard and Mrs. Crandall share room L514, so after much discussion and an unwritten agreement (Mrs....

Students gather en masse at the 2022 knockout tournament to support epilepsy awareness.

The Spirit of the Wild

Written by Teagan Russell November 3, 2022

The roar of a crowd, the flash of blue and green shirts, the bustling hallways; all things that can be envisioned when imagining school spirit. Often considered something that is integral to a healthy...

Senior Advice: Passing the Key to the Freshmen Kingdom

Written by Caroline Green, Haley Oliver, and Olivia Kirk October 19, 2022

 From how to explore artistic interests in freshman year, to learning how to balance sports and academics as a senior, each school year brings something new. As the seniors begin the finale to their grade...

Meet Woodgrove’s Class of 2026

Written by William Den Herder, John Hays, and Andrew Towe October 19, 2022

The new school year brings new students to Woodgrove. Freshmen are just beginning high school, and have much to look forward to in their two million minutes. Aidan Spahr, Logan Rand, and Kea Paulson, all...

How to Support Survivors of Sexual Violence

Written by Claire Davison February 11, 2022

Recent events in Loudoun County have sparked important conversations about sexual violence in our schools. Sexual assault and harassment can happen anywhere to anyone. Sexual harassment and assault are...

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...

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