Robert E. Lee High School’s production of ‘Steel Magnolias.’
"There is no such thing as natural beauty," said the sign on the back wall of Truvy's Beauty Salon.
Thomas A. Edison High's production of “Inherit the Wind.”
Every day we ask ourselves the basic question of right versus wrong, whether it be through our thoughts or our actions.
On a chilly night in Richmond, the #7 seeded Panthers faced off against their arch rival and #1 seed Bishop O’Connell Knights.
The subject of aerospace isn’t usually associated with 11 to 14 year-olds laughing and chasing rubber band powered foam “rockets.”
Floris students complete 8-week young philanthropists workshop.
At 8:15 a.m. on a drizzly Thursday morning, fifteen youngsters from the fourth, fifth and sixth grades at Floris Elementary School in Herndon gathered in the school’s “Little Theater” to receive certificates for the successful completion of their 8-week Touching Heart (TH) young philanthropists workshop.
Sheila Rietano, a senior at The Potomac School, has signed her national letter of intent to play Division I lacrosse for Boston College.
On Dec. 2, the Greater McLean Chamber of Commerce will host its annual Women's Leadership Forum. The theme of this year's summit is "Intentional Success in 2016--It's Your Time!"
Boy Scout Troop 673, sponsored by the Great Falls United Methodist Men, recently promoted a new Eagle Scout, Ryan Laughrey, on Nov. 12.
Summing up the experiences of Ethics Day.
A swarm of students in blazers, slacks and dress shoes funneled into McLean High School’s auditorium on Nov. 18 as the senior class congregated for the annual Ethics Day.
Most school field trips take in a museum, maybe a visit to a historic house or possibly a kid-centric performance of some kind.
It's the 1700s, pirates are sailing the high seas, and there's treasure to be found.
Art therapy helps veterans recover from PTSD.
“I was messed up,” said Tor Peery. “I still am. I have some bad days, but this helped me to use another medium to express myself without having to use words. It’s amazing what art can do.”
Each year, Chantilly High and members of its National Honor Society (NHS) honor area veterans, and it’s something both the hosts and guests eagerly anticipate.
Nonprofit exposes students to opera.
From the children’s reaction, you’d think it was a cartoon show. Or a puppet show. Maybe a circus? But no, it was … an opera.
Mount Vernon High School senior Elisa Solomon is a Cadet Captain in the U.S. Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps at her school. She’s also a poet. The young officer stood at the podium in the center of the school’s Michael M. Skinner Field House on Veterans Day, Nov. 11 and read her original work “The Superheroes.”