9/21/20 - School Board Meeting at 6 PM
9/30/20 - Interim Reports Go Home
10/29/20 - End of the 1st Quarter
11/3/20 - No School, Holiday for Staff and Students
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Virtual Learning at washington and lee
As you know, WLHS will begin the 2020-2021 school year August 31st using the virtual format. The following information is meant to help our families visualize and understand what virtual learning will look like. Your student’s experience will not resemble the “emergency learning” that was implemented back in March and April. Our goal calls for a strong, structured and graded experience that is newly designed and developmentally appropriate.
Click here for more information about tips for success while working virtually, the bell schedule, and how families can support virtual learning.
Check out our Virtual welcome to the 2020-2021 school year!
The SAT tests scheduled to take place at Washington and Lee High School, Montross, VA, during the months of August, September, and October have been cancelled. Please visit collegeboard.org website to reschedule your test date or testing site.
W&L Graduation video
Please click here to view the Washington and Lee graduation video.
Special Recognition: RCC Graduates
It is truly a privilege to recognize the extraordinary accomplishments of three Washington and Lee High School seniors who have completed their college courses required for an Associate of Arts and Science Degree through RCC. This is a university parallel degree designed to transfer to 4 year colleges and universities and is made possible through the partnership between Westmoreland County Public Schools and Rappahannock Community College. Through this program, these students have received college credit as well as high school credit. With great determination and commitment, they have already completed 2 years of college. CONGRATULATIONS!!
The W&L Virginia Defense Force Cadet Unit had its first training on Saturday, October 19. Nine students and one parent participated in the training. Students learned about the military grades and positions, practiced leadership skills, and drills. They also participated in training for Flag Duty. Students earned their uniforms and were excited to earn boots.
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