There are few small towns that have gotten more attention nationally and internationally than Middleburg.
It may not seem like it, but summer is just around the corner.
Two Ashburn teens will spend the summer as business owners, thanks to a highly selective internship program with College Works Painting.
River Hawk Productions at Belmont Ridge Middle School will be dipping into Broadway and movie history by performing the musical “Mary Poppins” this spring.
Celebrating their ninth annual Partners Club Ball, over 200 students and alumni “danced the night away” March 3 at Loudoun Valley High School.
The town of Middleburg will sponsor a launch party for “Foxes on the Fence” on April 1, from 5-7 p.m., at the Middleburg United Methodist Church on Washington Street.
The teen-fueled Same Sky Project brings its rock opera “A WILL to Survive”—and a message of empathy, kindness, joy and hope—to Potomac Falls High School on April 4 at 7 p.m.
At 4 p.m. March 26, the 2017 Middleburg Concert Series performance will be at the Middleburg United Methodist Church, located at the corner of Washington and Pendleton Streets. The concert will feature both classical music and selections from popular movie themes.
Last Saturday, Park View High School again hosted Region 16’s Odyssey of the Mind Tournament.
Rishubh Kaushal of Seneca Ridge Middle School once again earned the top spot in the annual Loudoun County Regional Spelling Bee—his second win in two years.