Outdoor Adventure DC Field Trip

Henry Singleton ’19 This past Monday the aptly named class Outdoor Adventure: Nature through Science and Literature ventured north to Washington DC to visit the National Gallery of Art.  Saying it is one class is slightly misleading as there is both a environmental science class (taught by Mr. […]

JV Baseball Wins First Game of the Season

By Judson Faulconer ’21 On April 10th, the JV baseball team defeated the Albemarle Sabres 12-3. The Tigers came into the game with a record of 0-2. Clark Warren started the Tigers off at the mound by not allowing any runs in the first inning and the Tigers […]

JV Lacrosse Defeats EHS 6-5

By Will Bartlett ’21 The Woodberry JV Lacrosse team had a hard-fought victory against Episcopal this Wednesday. A strong defense and amazing performance in goal by Ellett Miller held the Maroon to one goal far into the fourth quarter. The Tiger’s bench held strong against the EHS starters […]

Fifth Form Travels to Richmond for College Fair

By Luke Stone ’20 Following a long afternoon of practices to cap off their Free Day, Fifth Form Students, accompanied by the school’s College Counselors Mrs. Catherine Box, Mr. Phil Hooper, Mr. David Mabe, and Mr. Scott Schamberger, traveled to Collegiate School for the annual RAIS (Richmond Area […]

Quill Theater Troupe Visit Woodberry

Harold Perry ’22 Last Friday third and fourth form students gathered in the Bomb Shelter Experimental Theater in the Walker Fine Arts Center to enjoy “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” performance by a talented group from the Quill Theater in Richmond. The Quill Theater troupe challenged the traditional approach […]

Woodberry Places Third at WFS Tennis Invitational

By Taft Gantt ’20 After a long day of tennis, Woodberry finished third in the 47th Annual WFS Tennis Invitational. From 8:30 am to dusk, competitive matches took place between boys from seven different schools: Collegiate, Covenant, EC Glass, Georgetown Prep, Norfolk Academy, St. Chris, and Woodberry Forest. […]

W Club Hosts Spikeball and Cornhole tournament

By Cameron Beck On Saturday, March 30th, the W Club hosted a SpikeBall & Cornhole charity event. Over 35 students enjoyed the games on The Lawn on one of the first days of spring at The Forest. The champions were promised $20 Fir Tree gift cards, so the […]