Wakefield High School held 2015 Commencement ceremonies at DAR Constitution Hall on June 18.
Fire station praises troop’s teamwork.
Preparing to conclude their first camping trip on Solomon’s Island, third graders Anna Foote and Logan Jackson of Brownie Troop 1157 decided to check the campground to see if they had left any items behind. What they found instead were crimson embers and budding flames in an unattended fire pit at the evacuated neighboring campsite.
McLean High Class of 2015 graduates at DAR Constitution Hall.
As the band on stage struck the first chord to Pomp and Circumstance, McLean’s class of 2015 marched down the spangled carpet of DAR Constitution Hall, eagerly awaiting the next stage of their lives. Dressed in robes of dark red and gold, the future graduates took their seats, cherishing their final moments of high school.
Wright to Read welcomed more than 50 Alexandria City Public Schools students with their families and their Wright to Read tutors for the Annual Celebration Picnic on Saturday, June 6. The sunny afternoon in the organization’s yard featured food; fun and games; giveaways of books, bookcases, and desks; and recognition of each child’s reading achievements.
Yorktown High School held 2015 graduation ceremonies at DAR Constitution Hall on June 18.
Herndon High School’s Class of 2015: “To strive, to seek, to find and not to yield.”
“Hope is a feeling that everybody understands. It means the same thing in every language,” said Herndon High School senior Fatma Gdoura.
H-B Woodlawn hosts its annual unorthodox graduation.
During graduation, while other schools would have a sea of caps and gowns in rows of seating, the class of 2015 from H-B Woodlawn lounged around on the floor or on sofas in an array of Hawaiian shirts.
546 students graduated from South Lakes High School on Thursday, June 18.
English teacher Valerie Padgett sometimes consulted an urban dictionary to understand her South Lakes High School students. “You all made me laugh,” she said. “I have been blessed to be a part of it.” The senior class chose her to be the faculty member to give the commencement address at their once-in-a-lifetime commencement ceremony.
Palpable energy emanated from James Madison High School’s 470 graduating seniors as they strode across Robinson Secondary’s field house stage on Wednesday, June 17, excited to receive their diplomas.
Holy Child junior Kaylie Atwood got involved in There Goes My Hero after her friend’s dad was diagnosed with lymphoma and in need of a bone marrow transplant.
Chantilly High School journalism students earned the 2015 First Amendment Press Freedom Award from the Journalism Education Association.
“I wasn’t always this good looking. I also wasn’t always this humble. On the first day of high school, I got lost and almost started crying. I even wore my gym clothes and had to wait half the day to change out of them. Now, I’m tall, dark, and handsome.
Class of 2015: student body represents 83 countries and 62 languages.
“Find your niche. Work hard. Have no regrets. Be nice.” These are the words that Marshall High School’s students live by.
A 2011 graduate returns as a keynote speaker.
Filled to capacity, DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C. accommodated the nearly 500 Langley High School graduates, their friends and family members on June 16 for the most-anticipated event of the school year: graduation.
Third annual Touch A Truck was Saturday, June 13, outside the Chantilly Regional Library.