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School name change lawsuit struck down

Abigail Presson, Managing Editor

January 7, 2019

On December 19, Arlington County Circuit Court Chief Judge William Newman struck down the lawsuit against the School Board. The suit, filed by three current students, alleged that the Board had failed to involve the community...

The faces of both George Washington and Robert E. Lee can be found around the school. The debate over whether or not to remove Lee’s name from the school has become highly controversial, and many alumni are working hard to keep the name.

Interview with Dean Fleming

December 18, 2018

To Lee or not to Lee

December 4, 2018

Justice Kavanaugh gets nominated to the Supreme Court by President Donald Trump. This is the second Supreme Court Justice that has been nominated by President Trump.

Kavanaugh’s controversy

November 28, 2018

A collection of Bird scooters reside outside of the school, dropped off by students after the morning bell. Many of the students at the school use the scooters as a ride to school and back home everyday.

Bird takes flight

November 18, 2018

Student Council Association (SCA) advisor Ms. Timica Shivers counts money. The SCA is involved in school events throughout the year, such as the annual Homecoming dance.

The school tax

November 18, 2018

Junior Maddie Sims waits for a school laptop to restart. Earlier in the school year, the computers would frequently reboot themselves before the problem was fixed by APS.

Turn it off and on again

October 16, 2018

Juniors register for this year’s IB exam. Students who want a full IB diploma must take an IB exam this year.

IB Ready?

October 16, 2018

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