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2018 Course Planning Night & Curriculum Fair

2018-19 Course Planning Night & Curriculum Fairs Announced

Incoming or Current Middle & High School Families
Learn first-hand information about the upcoming academic year, speak to representatives from each subject area, and get a jumpstart on the student course selection/registration process!

Middle School Course Planning Night & Curriculum Fair
(for students attending Berkeley MS, Hornsby MS, James Blair MS, & Toano MS)

Monday, February 26th, 2018 at the Williamsburg Community Chapel

  • Curriculum Fair 5:30-7:30 p.m.
  • Rising 6th grade session: 5:30 p.m.
  • Rising 7-8th grade session: 6:30 p.m.

High School Course Planning Night & Curriculum Fair
(for students attending Lafayette HS, Jamestown HS, & Warhill HS)

Tuesday, February 27th, 2018 at the Williamsburg Community Chapel

  • Curriculum Fair: 5:30-7:30 p.m.
  • Rising 9th grade session: 5:30 p.m.
  • Rising 10-12th grade session: 6:30 p.m.

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Service Academy Day Saturday, March 24, 2018 10:00am - 1:00pm Doors open at 9:30am Paramount Theater 215 East Main Street Charlottesville, VA 22902

Service Academy Day

Congratulations to Shannon Hunter! She was presented a certificate by the Williamsburg Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She collected over 250 box tops for education to support the DAR schools that serve economically disadvantaged students in the Appalachian mountains-Great Job!

Congratulations to Shannon Hunter!

Congratulations to Shannon Hunter! She was presented a certificate by the Williamsburg Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She collected over 250 box tops for education to support the DAR schools that serve economically disadvantaged students in the Appalachian mountains-Great Job!

The Science Department Are Wizards at Reading

William & Mary’s Biology department opened their doors to their new state of the art Science Integrated Center for Mr. Leone’s Biology students to take part in college level biotechnological research work to manipulate DNA when performing Gel Electrophoresis to isolate genes, along with testing soil to hopefully discovery a never before discovered bacteriophage to treat the Mycobacterium aichiense.

Mr. Leone’s Biology Students Visit William & Mary’s Integrated Science Center

William & Mary’s  Biology department opened their doors to their new state of the art Science Integrated Center for Mr. Leone’s Biology students to take part in college level biotechnological research work to manipulate DNA when performing Gel Electrophoresis to isolate genes, along with testing soil to hopefully discovery a never before discovered bacteriophage  to treat the Mycobacterium aichiense.

William & Mary’s  Biology department opened their doors to their new state of the art Science Integrated Center for Mr. Leone’s Biology students to take part in college level biotechnological research work to manipulate DNA when performing Gel Electrophoresis to isolate genes, along with testing soil to hopefully discovery a never before discovered bacteriophage  to treat the Mycobacterium aichiense.

Senior Wins Best Delegate Award at WMNSHMUN

Congratulations to Jamestown senior Susanna Maize, for winning the highest Model UN award of Best Delegate.  Susanna represented Hugo Barrionuevo in the Argentine Cabinet of 1983.  Sophomores Zoe Averett and Jenny Park also received verbal commendations for their work in the World Trade Organization representing Saudi Arabia.

JHS Model UN Team Attends William & Mary Conference

Twenty six members of the Jamestown Model UN Team participated in a three day conference hosted by the College of William and Mary.  Over 1300 students attended from across the country.  JHS students represented the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Mexico and covered topics ranging from demilitarization of the Arctic to antibiotic resistance.

Harvest Concert

2017 Harvest Concert & Family Fun Night presented by the orchestra of Lafayette HS, Jamestown HS & Berkeley MS.  Our orchestras performed in costume for this annual Halloween-time concert, with pies, a costume contest, and doughnut eating competition following the performance.  Pictured is our rendition of “Orange Blossom Special”, which the orchestra performs every year from memory.