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WASHINGTON LATIN BY THE NUMBERS

Year Established

Average Class Size

2020-21 Enrollment

Happy Graduates

Year Established

Average Class Size

2020-21 Enrollment

Happy Graduates

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Janelle Bradley named Director of Middle School for SY 2021-22

Janelle Bradley named Director of Middle School for SY 2021-22

I am delighted to announce that Janelle Bradley will serve as the next Director of the Middle School. Those of you who have had the opportunity to work with Ms. Bradley have probably seen in her some of the same things I have seen: she is a deeply thoughtful educator...

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NEWS

History Heroes

A number of juniors won the National History Day contest, including  Luca Camponovo, Vlad Zadorojny, Vivian Claire, Juliette Warga and Allison Bleimehl along with sophomore Aimee Crozat. Warga and Claire won first place in the Group Website category called “Mount Zion...

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Prom Promise

The Prom Committee promised that both the Junior and Senior classes will be celebrating the end of the year together in style and in a Covid-safe manner. The Junior-Senior Enchanted Garden Prom will take place on May 21 at the Latin field from 8pm-11. There will be...

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Science in Motion

Science in Motion

Sixth grade science has been learning about how the earth changes over time, from rivers to  volcanoes, glaciers, mountains, earthquakes. Ms. Dobler’s class studied different earth structures to have a better understanding of how the earth is static, not...

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Every Week is Earth Week

Every Week is Earth Week

The PLANET and Environmental Clubs will be taking over Washington Latin's Instagram account for Earth Week (Weds/Thurs) to spread awareness to the Latin community. The clubs, advised by Physics and AP Environmental Science teacher Mr. Torrence, will be sharing images...

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Chipping Away at Pollution

Chipping Away at Pollution

Eighth graders in Ms. Barlev’s science class are learning about the human impact on the planet. Students modeled resource extraction by mining chocolate chip cookies for “coal” (represented by chocolate chips) and then made observations about how the environment is...

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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • 5th Grade Talent Show

    05/20/2021  4:15 pm - 5:00 pm
    Event Details

NEWS

History Heroes

A number of juniors won the National History Day contest, including  Luca Camponovo, Vlad Zadorojny, Vivian Claire, Juliette Warga and Allison Bleimehl along with sophomore Aimee Crozat. Warga and Claire won first place in the Group Website category called “Mount Zion...

read more

Prom Promise

The Prom Committee promised that both the Junior and Senior classes will be celebrating the end of the year together in style and in a Covid-safe manner. The Junior-Senior Enchanted Garden Prom will take place on May 21 at the Latin field from 8pm-11. There will be...

read more
Science in Motion

Science in Motion

Sixth grade science has been learning about how the earth changes over time, from rivers to  volcanoes, glaciers, mountains, earthquakes. Ms. Dobler’s class studied different earth structures to have a better understanding of how the earth is static, not...

read more
Every Week is Earth Week

Every Week is Earth Week

The PLANET and Environmental Clubs will be taking over Washington Latin's Instagram account for Earth Week (Weds/Thurs) to spread awareness to the Latin community. The clubs, advised by Physics and AP Environmental Science teacher Mr. Torrence, will be sharing images...

read more
Chipping Away at Pollution

Chipping Away at Pollution

Eighth graders in Ms. Barlev’s science class are learning about the human impact on the planet. Students modeled resource extraction by mining chocolate chip cookies for “coal” (represented by chocolate chips) and then made observations about how the environment is...

read more

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • 5th Grade Talent Show

    05/20/2021  4:15 pm - 5:00 pm
    Event Details