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Juniors Emma Pearson and Cat Pizzarello won second place in the Student Visionaries of the Year Campaign hosted by Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Pearson and Pizzarello led a team to raise $66,849.98 for LLS throughout January and February, which will go both directly to helping affected families and research on blood cancer. Photo by Cat Pizzarello.
Students raise money and awareness in blood cancer fundraising campaign
Evelyn Kuzminski, Layout Editor • March 15, 2023

$66,849.98. Maybe it’s the cost of a car. Maybe it’s the cost of a year of college. In this case, it’s how much money seven people raised...

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Luke Roberts wins king of the rock for the second time on December 21. Roberts then helps LCHS win.
Athlete of the issue: Luke Roberts
Alexis Shugars, staff writer • February 21, 2023
Jane Garvey passes the ball during the October 17th game against Heritage. County won 7-1. 
Photo credit by John Klimavicz.
Freshman Jane Garvey chosen for field hockey First Team All District
Hannah Winegar, Staff Writer • January 27, 2023
On the ice
Olivia DeWan, Editor-in-chief • January 13, 2023
Swim: senior JP Vanderloo looks at his final varsity season with high hopes
Olivia DeWan, Editor-In-Chief • January 2, 2023
Collin Diem (left) and Gabe Cunnington (right) sing and pose during the performance of “Seussical” at Simpson Middle School. Diem is a freshman participating in Loudoun County’s productions and performances. Photo by Collin Diem.
Artist of the Issue: Music captures the heart of musician and performer, Collin Diem
Taylor Helfer, Staff Writer • March 15, 2023

As the lights shine and the confidence beams on the stage of County’s auditorium, you will see freshman star, Collin Diem improvising for his...

Emily Banner plays both the bassoon and the piano for P.D.Q. Bach’s “Sonata Abassoonata at the same time during a faculty meeting. Banner had principal Michelle Luttrell play along with the piece’s satirical theme by announcing that the pianist was unavailable and Banner would be playing both parts.
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December 15, 2022
Your phone might be ruining your life
Hannah Winegar, staff writer • March 24, 2023

Imagine being so addicted to something that it’s the first thing you reach for when you wake up in the morning and it’s the last thing you...

Moon spends time on vacation at the beach with his daughter before the start of the school year. He enjoys spending some quality time with his family and taking a break from work when necessary.
Over the MOON about teaching: Moon’s passion for business inspires his students
Maggie Sheridan, Editor-in-chief • February 26, 2021

Jaqua Moon has always been a business teacher. He has taught several classes such as accounting, computer classes, and personal finance in Fairfax...

This picture features a bird’s eye view shot of the school included in the 1956 LCHS yearbook. The school’s layout has changed considerably over the years, but features like the distinctive columned front entrance have stood the test of time, much like the schools culture.
Alumnus offers insight into past at County
Liberty Harrison, managing editor • February 4, 2021
HOMECOMING 2021: “Students Make Their Mark On The World”
Michaela Scott, Editor-in-Chief • November 15, 2021
Homecoming Spirit Week Fun and Fashion
Michaela Scott, Editor-In-Chief • November 2, 2021
The 1955 football team pictured in the LCHS yearbook. Photo courtesy of Tonya Dagstani.
Looking Back: Old yearbooks provide a window to the past
Emily Banner, staff writer • February 5, 2021
Mckenna Giannos competes in the high jump as a junior during the spring track season 2019. Photo courtesy of John Klimavicz.  

Senior track athlete Mckenna Giannos: “Practice has definitely been different, our workouts have been changed to accommodate that COVID guidelines, which has definitely made it harder to get back into the swing of things, but being able to see and practice with my teammates again makes it all worth it.”
Practicing Through COVID
Casey Hughes and Matt Starchville January 5, 2021
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