Wednesday, February 20, 2013
A Chantilly High School student reviews the play.
Wednesday, February 20
By Roshni Gorur of Chantilly High School Puns, poetry, and battling foes, Love, letters, and an oversized nose; Know your place, or you'll be made a fool, During “Cyrano” at Woodbridge Senior High School. Written originally in rhyming couplets, Cyrano de Bergerac, penned in French by Edmund Rostand in 1987, relates the complicated love triangle of Cyrano, Roxanne, and Christian. However, this new adaptation by Barry Kornhauser, titled simply “Cyrano” was performed by Woodbrige Senior High School with one more twist: all the genders were reversed. A enduring masterwork with some of the wittiest lines ever written for the stage, Cyrano de Bergerac is a clever and touching story about the power of love, the art of wordplay and the joy of …
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
The unidentified 15-year-old male was charged with assault and battery.
Prince William County Police have arrested another Woodbridge Senior High School student in connection to a bathroom fight earlier this month. Officers had arrested a 17-year-old male on Oct. 17 on strangulation charges. Upon further investigation, police determined that the initial victim had assaulted the 17-year-old before the strangulation, said police spokesman Officer Jonathan Perok. The 15-year-old was charged with assault and battery on Oct. 23 in connection to the incident. "The 17-year-old male was in the restroom when the 15-year-old approached him and struck him in the leg several times. In retaliation, the 17-year-old male placed his arm around the 15-year-old, resulting in the strangulation," Perok said in a press release…
Saturday, October 13, 2012
The Vikings parade was earlier this year to accomodate for traffic.
Upload your photos here from the WSHS Homecoming parade Friday.
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
This year's parade will be held earlier this year to avoid rush hour traffic.
Woodbridge Senior High School's homecoming week is underway. Tickets to the dance are available until Oct. 10 during all lunch shifts in the upper lobby; tickets are $20. Here's the homecoming schedule: View video from last year's homecoming parade here.
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
The Woodbridge Senior High School football team plays fellow Cardinal District Osbourn Park on Friday.
Hot off of their win against Gar-Field High School last Friday, the Woodbridge Vikings varsity football team is “taking one game at time” this season. Head coach Kevin Smith said Friday’s win 48-20 against Gar-Field, a historically rivaled game against the two Woodbridge schools, was important to the team’s season. “The crowd was electric,” said Smith of the team’s first Cardinal district game. “You definitely knew it was a Woodbridge Gar-Field game. The fans were very supportive on both sides. We were fortunate enough to come out on top.” Smith said the 3-1 Vikings had several player highlights from the game. “Jaylen Avent had 276 yards rushing and three touchdowns, so that was pretty special,” said Smith. “Mike Majette got his first …
Friday, May 18, 2012
Gala awards announced at the Kennedy Center in June.
The only Cappie awards nomination for eastern Prince William County went to a Woodbridge Senior High School student. The Cappies critics and awards program is a program that trains high school students at theatre critics, then publishes their reviews in the news media. The student critics then vote for awards. The winners are announced at a gala in June. Woodbridge's Mia Amado is nominated for supporting actress in a play following her role in the school's production of A Miracle Worker. Amado played the famous deaf and blind Helen Keller. Read the Cappie review of A Miracle Worker from ShowBizRadio.net.
Thursday, May 17, 2012
The Prince William Art Society awarded two $1,000 scholarships to county high school seniors on May 16.
Last night, Woodbridge Senior High School senior Victoria Lafranchise won one of two annual $1,000 merit scholarships the Prince William Art Society gives to county high school seniors. The Jewell Pratt Burns Scholarship, named for a longstanding member of the society, was given by its namesake to Lafranchise and Julia Moore of Forest Park High School during a special program. For the past five years, the Prince William Art Society has awarded two annual $1,000 merit scholarships to Prince William County area high school seniors. In addition to monetary funds, the two seniors received a certificate, a framed copy of one selected piece from their submission portfolio, and a one-year membership to the society. In a succinct speech …
Friday, February 3, 2012
School program will send three teams to compete in world tournament.
Friday, February 3, 2012
By Carlos Castro, WSHS Engineering Teacher and Robotics Sponsor Woodbridge Senior High School's burgeoning after-school robotics program gained more momentum this last Saturday as it captured the tournament title win at the VEX Robotics Washington, D.C. Regional Tournament. WSHS sent all five of its squads to compete against 66 teams from Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania at the Potomac School in McLean, VA. In a daylong tournament filled with qualifications matches, skills challenges, and interviews with judges, Woodbridge teams held their own against some of the best talent in the Mid-Atlantic. In the end, Woodbridge had three teams qualify for the elimination rounds: 1575C, 1575D and 1575E. In the end, Team 1575C – operated by …
Thursday, July 28, 2011
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Thursday, July 28, 2011
The following is a prepared statement from WSHS Director of School Counseling Rebekah Schlatter: "Woodbridge High School is now on Facebook and Twitter! Parents and students can now follow Woodbridge High School on Twitter at http://twitter.com/WoodbridgeHS. We also encourage all parents and students to "like" the Woodbridge Senior High School - PWCS - Official Page on Facebook. Look for the Viking emblem to ensure that you are on the "official" Woodbridge High School site. Keep up to date about all events and news atWoodbridge High School! During the school year we will post information about school events, school closures, report card schedules, athletic schedules, specialty program information and more! Don't wait, follow us or "…
Friday, June 3, 2011
Students were allowed to look or sit inside and learn more about the U.S. Army.
On June 3, members of the U.S. Army came from Fort Belvoir to Woodbridge Senior High School. Students were allowed to tour an army helicopter. Some students chose to sit in the cockpit. The activities were educational for the students. Members of the U.S. Marine Corps were also there with an informational booth.