Long Road to Hard Truth

Long Road to Hard Truth

Latin parent Robert Wilkins spoke Wednesday to students and faculty about the founding of the National Museum of African American History and culture. He will speak on the subject again for parents the night of March 15th at 7pm.  Wilkins worked as a law clerk for...

Afterschool Arts

Students in the middle school hosted an afterschool open mic coffee house, complete with poetry, jokes, dance, singing and musical instruments. Sixth grade English teacher Ms. Bloomfield coordinated again after successfully bringing this tradition to the middle school...
Poetry Pros

Poetry Pros

Tenth grader Felicity Ryan won the school-wide Poetry Out Loud competition.  She performed “The Children’s Hour,” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and “A Boat Beneath a Sunny Sky” by Louis Carroll. The competition was judged by Mr. Anderson,...
Basketball Divas

Basketball Divas

On Tuesday the Girls Varsity Basketball team defeated Friendship Collegiate, nabbing a spot in the quarter finals of the DCSAA State Championship playoffs against St. John’s College Prep.
Identity and History

Identity and History

Ninth graders went to Woolly Mammoth Theatre Wednesday to see the play Familiar written by the actress Danai Gurira. The story focuses on an immigrant Zimbabwean family preparing for the wedding of their eldest daughter. But when the bride insists on observing roora,...