On the evening of Jan 10th, students in grades 8-10 and their parents gathered both virtually and in the auditorium to learn about the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma.  8th grade Kilmer student and incoming Marshall freshman Briar McNerny attended the meeting with her mother and was intimidated by the amountContinue Reading

With a new school year comes new changes: more days off from school These days off consisted of national holidays, religious observance holidays, and teacher workdays. Sophomore Julia Ortega  said she found the new schedule to be likeable. “I love having more days off because it gives me the opportunityContinue 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

Appearing on TEDx, Dancing with the Stars and even sporting a Grammy Award nomination consideration, musician SaulPaul spoke and sang to freshmen in an Advisory assembly. On his “Be the Change’’ tour, consisting of 100 schools in 32 states, the artist played music and spoke of his own life experiencesContinue Reading

On Friday, Dec. 2, Fairfax County Police arrested and charged special education teacher Amy Bonzano on two counts of assault. The teacher was allegedly witnessed assaulting a student on Sept. 28, by a staff member who reported the assault. On Oct. 13, police were notified of the event and openedContinue 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

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

The new school year brings a new change for the freshman girl’s basketball team coaching staff. World History and Geography teacher Ashleigh Williams was selected to coach for the 2022-2023 season. She played basketball in college and has coached previously. “I played at Angelo State University in Texas before IContinue Reading