NEWS

Middle School Baseball Hits a Home Run

Middle School Baseball Hits a Home Run

Middle School Baseball scored a 2-0 victory over Alice Deal this week. Eighth grade pitcher Seamus O'Brien threw a no-hitter! Seventh grader Casey Montrey scored his first home run of the season Eighth graders Rob Mirabello, Andrew Timberg, Lucas Storm, and Aaron...

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More in Store

More in Store

Washington Latin's school store will be expecting a delivery of supplies after Spring Break. Now is a great time for students to purchase t-shirts, hats, sweatshirts, notebooks, and waterbottles with the logo. The school will make am order by April 15. Family members...

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Breaking Out and Looking In

Breaking Out and Looking In

College students in Princeton University's "Breakout" Spring Break program visited Washington Latin on Tuesday. The students had chosen to spend their week looking at social issues related to the pipelines of education and opportunity. They selected Washington Latin...

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Marrakesh Express

Marrakesh Express

Students in Arabic 3 and 4 will have the chance to visit Morocco over Spring Break with Mr. Porcelli and Mr. Eleby-El. Seniors Nia Miller, Nodiyah Satterwhite, Kennedi Cook and Carmaya Humble will join juniors Kari Coleman, Harris Marks, Josh Wirth, and Osagie...

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We’ll Always Have Paris

We’ll Always Have Paris

Upper school students who study French are headed to Paris and the Loire Valley over Spring Break. They will see Île de la Cité, Notre Dame Cathedral, Île St. Louis, the Latin Quarter, the Louvre, the Arc de Triomphe, Champs‐Élysées, Eiffel Tower,Champ de Mars, École...

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Pi=Postponed

Pi=Postponed

Due to a snow day, students were not able to celebrate Pi Day on March 14th as planned. The annual event, which allows students in the middle school to compete to show who knows the most decimal places of the important number, will be postponed a week to April 4. Last...

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Building Our World

Building Our World

Last week fifth graders took part in a trip to the Building Museum. The annual event combines elements of history and math, as students consider various tenets of design. There were two activities at the Building Museum: Geodesic Dome and Architecture 101. Two groups...

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Reaching New Heights

Reaching New Heights

Washington Latin's theater production of In the Heights premiers Thursday, with a show at 7pm, plus a show at 7pm on Friday, and shows Saturday at 2 and 7pm. The play is a story of a close-knit community in Washington Heights. The narrator Usnavi tells about the...

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Senior Scholarship Celebration

Senior Scholarship Celebration

Senior Jenesis Duran won the UNC-Chapel Hill Morehead-Cain Scholarship, a first for a Washington Latin student. The award includes a full ride to the college, including tuition, room, board, books, laptop, and supplies, and also includes funding for four summer...

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STEM Stars Saluted

STEM Stars Saluted

The Upper School's seven teams of ninth grade students nabbed numerous top awards at the city wide DC STEM Fair. at Dunbar High School. In the area of  Biomedical and Health Sciences, Jakai McIlwain and Mia Wilson earned second place for their evaluation of the...

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