Mr. Kline  – Social Studies Teacher   “I was a lawyer for 15 years,” Kline said. “I was a civil trial attorney, so that means I did lawsuits rather than criminal cases. I did mostly cases where I was presenting to either a judge or jury, and there are aContinue Reading

On Thursday Sept 21, CNN released ‘Euphoria’ actor Angus Cloud’s cause of death to be an accidental overdose. A spokesperson for the Alameda County Coroner’s office in California said, “Angus Cloud died from a lethal combination of fentanyl, cocaine, and methamphetamine.” Cloud played Fezco, a kind-hearted drug dealer in ‘Euphoria.’Continue Reading

This year, Rebecca Fenton became the first female auto technology teacher in the history of the Marshall Academy.  Fenton came to Marshall looking for a change. Before coming to Marshall, Fenton worked in the automotive industry and at Alexandria City High School for seven years.  “I taught in Prince WilliamContinue Reading

Along with the title of senior, there are perks to the job, one of which being senior skip days. When presented with multiple senior skip days this school year, students and teachers have mixed reactions on to how to spend them.  “It’s my last year of high school, so IContinue Reading

Just five years ago, 2012 Marshall alum Johnny Nguyen was sitting in his cubicle at Navy Federal. While his days were filled with staring at a screen, his nights were filled with — cookies?! Inspired by his old late-night haunts at James Madison University, Nguyen would go on to openContinue Reading

A mini-documentary about Marshall High School’s theater department’s production of “Blue Stockings”. Watch the director, actors, and crew explain the ins and outs of a play, including an interesting twist: doing a British accent!Continue Reading

Tough physical conditioning, discipline training and working to build character. This weekend junior Ethan Um will continue to delve into service academy life through a challenging leadership course. Um’s Unit of the Air Force division Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps is holding a Cadet Leadership Course from May 26 toContinue Reading

The music department’s Disney World field trip sparked an idea in senior Alex Curcio’s head: going barefoot. Curcio said that similar to his five senses, being barefoot helps him connect with reality and use his body the way it was naturally designed, all to become more aware of the worldContinue Reading

Students now have a new way to access mental health resources — and it’s free. In its new partnership with Hazel, FCPS is giving students access to the program’s free teletherapy sessions. These sessions are with licensed therapists trained to help students from kindergarten through 12th grade.  To start usingContinue Reading