Ticks are known to be more prevalent during the warmer months, although they can be spotted at anytime during the year. Continue reading Online Exclusive: Warm weather brings back ticks
Since the seniors graduated on May 29, 165 spaces became available in the lower parking lot and the deadline has passed to turn it applications. Continue reading Online Exclusive: Students prepared to take new parking spots
Two-time state tennis champion Ellie Esterowitz has been playing tennis since she was six years old, working hard to get better every day since she started. Continue reading Ellie Esterowitz sets example for tennis team
What is Asian and Pacific Islander month? Continue reading Asian, Pacific Islander students come together to appreciate heritage in personal lives
Although an increasing number of women are studying science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) related subjects, they are still underrepresented due to the lack of opportunities and support. Continue reading Students compete in InteGIRLS event in DC
Students may have wondered how yet another factor may affect their college applications: College Board’s adversity index.
Continue reading College Board introduces new adversity index for SATs
Wootton Wellness began on Apr. 8. It occurs once a week in a rotation, a different period each week. Continue reading Wootton Wellness receives feedback