For the second consecutive year, a W-L student has won the National Punctuation Day contest. Grace Leckey, 12th grader, wrote to Mrs. Auer, her teacher at Saint Charles School, in Arlington, VA. In addition to her tremendous accomplishment, Leckey received a goody bag of punctuation products as well as a punctuation book. Link to article: National Punctuation Day
Our 3rd annual Art/Latin Museum Trip took more than 80 students to Philadelphia, PA on Tuesday. Students participated in a fascinating mythological tour of the Philadelphia Art Museum then enjoyed local food at historic Reading Terminal Market for lunch followed by visiting the spectacular Longwood Gardens, established in 1906 by entrepreneur Pierre Du Pont.
Washington-Lee High School placed in five categories at the County level of the PTA Reflections contest this year! First place winners will go on to the District and possibly State levels of the contest in the coming weeks. The CCPTA announced winners at their meeting last night with an Awards Reception scheduled to be held on Wednesday, January 18th. Details […]
The 13th annual Poetry Out Loud competition took place in the school library on Tuesday, December 13th. Three students from each grade level were represented at the event. Junior Garcia-Amezquita placed third, while freshman Kristin Alleyne placed second and sophomore Ellen Berenson placed first. Berenson will continue onto the regional competition on January 27th. Photos […]
Washington-Lee High School received the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA) Quality Program Award at its annual conference in Nashville yesterday. Washington-Lee is the only high school to receive the prestigious award. The NIAAA award recognizes excellence in implementation and administration of a high school athletics program. The award also recognizes the continuing research and […]