Hayley Eastman, 10: Girls Lacrosse “At the start of tryouts I was put on JV, and then I worked really hard, was captain, and then I got invited to play in the varsity tournaments. I worked really hard there. They really saw the potential that I had and they invitedContinue Reading

Sports Review: 3/13 Boys soccer beats Chantilly 1-0 Girls tennis falls to Langley 0-9 Baseball beats Edison 15-4 Girls soccer beats Chantilly 1-0 Softball falls to Edison 9-10 Boys tennis falls to Langley 2-7 3/14 Boys lacrosse falls to West Potomac 2-17 Girls lacrosse falls to West Potomac 5-17 3/15Continue Reading

Cybersecurity teacher Wolfgang Oertner said most college freshmen have minimal success at job fairs. However, he taught a current George Mason student who underwent a different experience. The student’s 12 certifications from his Marshall Academy cybersecurity course stood out to employers. According to Oertner, he now makes over six figures.Continue Reading

In Nov. 2022, after two rejected drafts, VDOE was asked by the Virginia Board of Education to create a third draft of the K-12 Social Studies Standards. Released in Jan. 2023, these standards aimed to include elements of the prior two drafted standards. The head of the History Department andContinue Reading

At 7 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 14, senior Ava Grim frantically spams her sister. She’s met with silence. Grim quickly checks her sister’s location to find she’s sleeping safe and sound in her dorm. She’s relieved—but the initial shock was frightening. The day before, Christopher Jones Jr. killed three studentsContinue Reading

The varsity cheer team has persevered through many roadblocks this season. The team placed first in the Liberty District semi-finals, a stark improvement from the beginning of the season. “Our first competition was a little rough because we came in fifth,” varsity cheerleader and sophomore Calla Spignardo said. The teamContinue Reading

Aiming to unite clubs, the Club Council takes its first steps into Marshall. Co-founders and juniors Josephine Blanton and Manahil Jawaid aim to encourage communication and collaboration among clubs. The Council’s sponsor is Health and P.E. 9 teacher and clubs and activities assistant director Laura Campbell. “The issue is thatContinue Reading

School spirit, sports and senior leaders—it’s a new year, and the Mob is ready to start. The “Marshall Mob” refers to the student section at football, basketball and other sports. Each year two seniors are chosen to lead them. This year, the title belongs to Carolyne Chase and Ben Jones.Continue Reading