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Woodbridge Seeks Reaccreditation Through Middle States Association

by Nick Bradshaw

Every seven years, the Middle States Association visits Woodbridge High School to evaluate the school’s effort to improve the overall educational experience offered to its students. 368 more words

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Bring It On

A Review by P. N. Grant

Mr. Lynch and Mr. Terrell picked another young adult musical production for this year’s Senior Play, Bring It On. The title refers to nothing less than a military provocation by rival groups of high schoolers who would rather cheer than just about anything else. 508 more words

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Teachers Throw their Hats in the Twitter Ring

by Dan Whooley

With its emerging popularity as a social media hotbed, many companies and major societal players have adopted Twitter accounts. Now it seems Woodbridge High School has gotten in on the act. 299 more words

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WHS Welcomes Home Lottmann, New Principal

by Sarah Kulick

Mr. Lottmann, the new and amiable principal of Woodbridge High School, has been taking positive steps towards improving the school in many ways. 330 more words

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Coach Grasso Says Goodbye

by Katie Forbes

Throughout her years as coach, the Girls’ Cross Country team has had successful seasons under Coach Grasso. This year their record was an impressive 7-1, a positive, if not bittersweet ending to Grasso’s coaching career. 312 more words

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Barrons “Come Home” to New Stadium

by Sarah Kulick and Katia Gomez

October 31st, 2014 was the official opening of Woodbridge High School’s newly built stadium, and spectators poured into the property to witness the Barrons take on the St. 285 more words

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Block Zero Comes to WHS

by Gianna Mehes

This year, Block Zero made its move into everyday curriculum at Woodbridge High School.

Block Zero is a ninth academic period that offers AP Environmental Science and SAT Prep before the start of the official school day. 811 more words

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