The Summer Residential Governor’s School is a competitive, selective program that gives exceptional students with similar interests the opportunity to spend four rigorous and educational weeks together from late June to early July.  “A good candidate is someone who’s super […] talented, super committed,” Governor’s School contact and art teacherContinue Reading

Approximately 350 students participated in a walkout during 7th period Friday in response to an alleged Islamophobic attack at Fairfax High School, according to an email from Principal Jeffrey Litz. The walkout, organized by the Muslim Student Association (MSA) branch at Marshall, and in cooperation with branches across the county,Continue Reading

Daniel Nguyen returns to his alma mater, this time as head wrestling coach in hopes of claiming a district win and helping his players off the mat. Nguyen takes over the role as head coach after previously holding the role of assistant coach. “I’ve always been eager to be headContinue Reading

Field trips were one of the many things put on pause during the pandemic, but as regulations ease, teachers can begin planning new excursions once again. Field trips do more than just enrich students in curriculum, they serve to help students beyond the classroom. “Anytime that we can tie whatContinue Reading

When the varsity boys basketball team took the court for the first time this season, the first player off the bench was the team’s only underclassman. Sophomore guard Jason Penn joined the varsity team this year after spending his freshman year starring on junior varsity. “[Last season], it was reallyContinue Reading

Every teacher has their roots, whether it be within the field they teach or not. For math teacher Aaron Kalb, his field was a baseball diamond. After a stint playing minor league baseball, Kalb coached at Raritan Valley Community College in New Jersey. “I actually went into coaching originally. IContinue Reading