Category: Today

Not Halves but Thirds: Trimesters Over Semesters

Billy Huger ’19 Recently, there has been some friendly debate among the students, and the faculty as well, over whether or not the school should change from trimesters to semesters. Trimesters divide the school year into three periods: fall, winter, and spring. The fall ends with The Game, […]

OneWoodberry Fundraiser

Austin de la Torre ’20 Wednesday, March 21 marked one of the most important days of the year for the school, OneWoodberry. Fundraising began at 12:00 AM with a clear goal in mind: receiving donations from 3,000 people.. If the campaign could hit that donation count by the […]

Model UN Team Travels to Boston for HarvardMUN

By Luke Stone ’20 After two months of preparation and training, Woodberry’s Model UN Team traveled to Boston to attend HarvardMUN, one of the country’s largest conferences. The journey began early Thursday morning, as team members, and faculty advisor Jairo Rivera arrived in front of the Post Office […]

Celebration of 50 Years of Integration

Austin de la Torre ’20 This past Thursday athletics were cut short and the Woodberry community gathered to celebrate fifty years as an integrated school. The evening began with a keynote address from Dr. Edward L. Ayers who is a professor at the University of Richmond and an […]

Environmental History Class Visits Monticello and Montpellier

JD Diefenbach ’19 Last Friday Mr. LaVoie’s Environmental class spent the day at Monticello and Montpelier. Currently, we are studying the effects of nature in American History and the relationship between nature and our founding fathers. The third President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson, designed Monticello, which […]