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 […]

Diversity in our Faculty

Diversity. A confusing word to most Woodberry boys, “it’s not that big a deal,” “it’s not my problem,” “why are you even bringing this up?” After returning from the Student Diversity Leadership Conference (SDLC) in Nashville, Tennessee, I wanted my experience to materialize into some benefit for Woodberry. […]

Varsity Squash Ends Season at MAST Invitational

Charles Innes ’22 Woodberry’s Varsity Squash team wrapped up their season at the Individual Mid Atlantic Squash Tournament this past Saturday.  The Tigers finished 9-7 in league play and 9-9 on the season. Varsity Squash started off the season strong advancing to 5-2 after an impressive win against […]

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 […]

Swim Team Hosts NCAA Invitational

Audric Gupton ’20 Reed Shemwell ’21 Last weekend, the Tigers hosted the 2019 NCAA Invitational as their second to last meet of the season. The meet followed an NCAA format that highlighted events such as the 1000 free and the 400 IM. Woodberry’s first splash was big as […]