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Warhill students recognized as a contender for the Final Design Review at Johnson Space Center

Warhill students Clay Mowry and Chase Manns participated in the Hunch Design competition sponsored by NASA with their  Spare Tools Pouch Project. They have been  invited to compete in  the final design review at Johnson Space Center. Congratulations on your design.

American Sign Language Club at African American History Month Program

American Sign Language Club members sign lyrics to “”Lift Every Voice and Sing”

African Instruments at African American History Month Program

Warhill students explore African instruments with guest speaker Dylan Pritchett

African American History Month Guest Speaker Dylan Pritchett

Diversity club members with Dylan Pritchett, speaker for African American History Month Program

Fletcher Whalen has signed to play football for Brown University and Noah Holmes has signed to play football for the University of Richmond Spiders

Warhill Students Sign to Play College Football

Congratulations to Fletcher Whalen who has signed to play football at Brown University and Noah Holmes who signed to play for the University of Richmond Spiders.

Christina Marshburn WHS Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to WHS Teacher of the Year Christina Marshburn

Christina Marshburn embodies everything one would expect from a theatre teacher: she is poised, confident, and delightfully dramatic.  One can find Christina at school until late hours throughout the school year as she directs the school one act in the fall, guides students to direct their own one acts in the winter, and does everything under the sun related to directing the musical in the spring. This year, Mrs. Marshburn guided and mentored students as they wrote their own one act play on school shootings, a piece which moved many viewers to tears.  During the summer, she seeks opportunities to hone her craft by attending workshops and continues to work with local theatre students. Her commitment to the growth of her students inside the classroom, on the stage, and outside of the classroom is remarkable.  One of her most impressive qualities is her ability to draw students to the field of teaching.  Through her passion for theatre education and inclusive classroom setting, she demonstrates what it means to be a compassionate yet firm educator whose students rise to whatever task asked of them.  Mrs. Marshburn also serves as the Curriculum Leader for the Fine Arts department.

Warhill High School- An Advanced Approach to Learning

Warhill High School- An Advanced Approach to Learning