British International School On March 23, Year 11 and 12 students from the British International School went to a Brady campaign event in downtown D.C. at the Senate Hart building. The Brady campaign is a long-standing gun control group that seeks...
British International School of Washington British International School of Washington (BISW) students aim to be actively involved in local, national and global issues. Whether it is participating in the World Children’s Day at the United Nations headquarters in New York...
Meet Tortellini! Tortellini is a sweet 3-year-old who is ready for a lucky break. Surrendered by her owner, Tortellini came to HRA pregnant, underweight and a bit shy. A nutrition program was prescribed and she has gained some of her weight...
Deal Middle School Feb. 14, 2018: a tragic day students and teachers will never forget. Now a month later, Deal students have turned a tragedy into a movement. On March 14, approximately 650 students participated in a 17-minute walkout. There...
By ELLIDA PARKER AND MAYA WILSON Wilson Beacon (Wilson High Newspaper) Principal Kimberly Martin remembers eagerly awaiting the first day of school in 2015. She was new to Wilson and was thrilled by the prospect of working in a diverse community...
British International School of Washington As winter slowly turns to spring, life at the British International School of Washington picks up pace. With year 11’s General Certificate of Secondary Education and year 13’s International Baccalaureate exams fast approaching, as well...
British International School of Washington The first week back from half term break has been a busy one, with students recovering from jetlag after the Tanzania trip, returning from the ski trip or finishing off their mock International General Certificate...
By BENJAMIN KORN and ELLIDA PARKER Wilson Beacon (Wilson High School Newspaper) Former Wilson students at universities around the country benefit from the D.C. Tuition Assistance Grant (DCTAG), which provides financial aid for D.C. residents at public colleges. To Mykia Washington, the...
Eaton Elementary School In honor of Black History Month, the Eaton Extra students asked classmates and teachers for their favorite African-American hero. Here are some of the responses: Officer Clark said, “Michelle Obama because she was a powerful first lady.” ...
Meet Betty! Betty is a curious, active and playful young lady who would love to have a playdate with you. She has lived with adults and young children, and even with other cats, but would prefer to be the...

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