What would Juliet’s life have been like if she didn’t die for Romeo?  Broadway’s new performance of the 2019 hit & Juliet aims to answer this question with iconic pop songs and fun new twists on the classic story. The musical also features multiple queer characters—none of whom are demonizedContinue Reading

The annual blood drive on Friday, December 2 aimed to make donation simple and accessible for students and faculty. Phlebotomists and medical staff from Inova drew blood from participants. Student volunteers like senior Rubi Neupane also helped organize the event through Leadership classes.  “I wanted to volunteer because I wasContinue Reading

This year Marshall welcomes four new counselors to Student Services. Get to know them a little better below! Armin Mustedanagic (Alphabet Range: A-BN) Mustedanagic has been a counselor for three years. He first worked at a Florida high school, and spent last year with South County High School in FCPS.Continue Reading

It was time: graduation. The 27 chords strung across my neck were swaying artfully and my smile was as bright as a midday sun. I knew this was the day I had waited for since I was two months old, crying out to my mama, “what’s dat famed paypa onContinue Reading

Thanks to a new collaboration with MetroBus, students will now have more access to free public transportation to and from school. The Fairfax County Public Schools Board of Supervisors discussed the initiative on September 22 of this year. Students at Justice, Annandale, Falls Church and George C. Marshall High SchoolsContinue Reading

This is our school. We learn here, we live here, we create here and we grow here. This school was created for us—the students. Not for our parents. So why are they always prioritized? Last year, our principal committed to communicating directly with students. Below is a message Jeffrey LitzContinue Reading

Changes in student population size this year are affecting how students learn. More students than expected by FCPS enrolled at Marshall this year. Principal Jeffrey Litz confirmed that the estimated 2,047 student population is now 2,107, causing some classrooms to become packed. For students like sophomore Loren Baldwin, the changeContinue Reading

The digital age has given birth to attention challenges in the classroom. This year, the county decided to make a change. Fairfax County Public Schools has implemented a new policy on cell phone use during the school day. Students must keep phones “silenced and put away during all instructional periods,”Continue Reading