Parents seek clarification on Aldie Elementary zoning
Wed., Apr. 16 | 09:38 AM - An Aldie Elementary parent recently asked the School Board for clarification that should Aldie Elementary School close, could it feasibly reopen in two years?
Loudoun art teacher pleads guilty to child pornography
Fri., Apr. 11 | 12:00 PM - An elementary school art teacher pleaded guilty April 11 to 50 counts of possession of child pornography.
Farmwell Station Middle School goes green
From left to right: Anna Nguyen, Samantha Solomon, Josi Azar and Sania Tahir
Thu., Apr. 3 | 10:20 AM - Farmwell Station Middle School's Green Team on March 27 hosted its second annual Trashion Show.
Twenty-two students and teachers participated in the show by designing outfits made from recycled items like trash bags, newspapers, soda cartons and lollipop wrappers. Around 200 people attended the show.
Benjamin Zook: Political passion runs strong
Mon., Mar. 31 | 03:30 PM - Benjamin Zook readily admits he was apathetic toward school in his early teens. That would change after a conversation with his father.
Ally Sarkis: For love of science
Sat., Mar. 29 | 03:30 PM - Ally Sarkis's résumé is remarkably well-rounded for a 17-year-old: four-year varsity cheerleader, including captain her senior year; Virginia Young Scientist Award winner; French and Math National Honor societies; varsity gymnastics; and a Wendy's High School Heisman Award.
The 33rd Annual Loudoun Regional Science & Engineering Fair pushes horizons and careers
Woodgrove sophomore Zackory Biggers explains to judges his concept for battery efficiency at the 33rd annual LCPS Regional Science & Engineering Fair hosted by Tuscarora High School in Leesburg March 20. - Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser
Wed., Mar. 26 | 10:19 AM - More than 200 Loudoun County students participated in the 33rd annual LCPS Regional Science & Engineering Fair hosted this year by Tuscarora High School in Leesburg March 20.
Jake Hitchcock: Wise beyond his years
Tue., Mar. 25 | 03:30 PM - At some point in his college career, Jake Hitchcock probably will get in a principled and civil debate with one of his professors, challenging the instructor and his collegiate classmates.
Taylor Glover: Making business plans for the future
Mon., Mar. 24 | 03:30 PM - This year, when the Broad Run High School football team hosted Tuscarora High School, maroon and gold were not the primary colors in the stands. Instead, fans of the home team were decked out in pink.
Ryan Coughlin: Programming the campaign trail
Sun., Mar. 23 | 03:30 PM - Two summers ago, Leesburg resident Ryan Coughlin decided to get his first job. He was not content to sit by the pool as a lifeguard, however, or wait tables. Instead, he found inspiration as a volunteer for then-candidate Barack Obama’s presidential campaign.
Lori Bowler: Up to the challenge
Sat., Mar. 22 | 03:30 PM - Lori Bowler has yet to find an obstacle she could not overcome. In fact, the Stone Bridge High School senior readily seeks out challenges.
Lilly Bonnie: It’s OK to be different
Sat., Mar. 22 | 02:34 PM - Lilly Bonnie thinks it’s OK to be different. And she’s not afraid to speak up about it. “I’m not a conveyer-belt kid,” said the senior at Foxcroft School in Middleburg, referring to many young adults who follow the crowd and follow the script. “I am my own person and I follow my own path.”
Aaron Barclay: Battles behind him; next service
Fri., Mar. 21 | 03:30 PM - While most of his friends were out enjoying their summer vacations, Loudoun County High School student Aaron Barclay was in 1860 for a good part of the summer.
Mena Ayazi: A global force for good
Thu., Mar. 20 | 03:30 PM - Potomac Falls senior Mena Ayazi aspires to make a difference in the world far beyond Loudoun County.
2014 Times-Mirror Future Leaders
The 2014 Future Leaders at the National Conference Center on March 14. -Times-Mirror/Ben Hancock
Mon., Mar. 17 | 02:44 PM - A video from the 2014 Future Leaders Breakfast at the National Conference Center.
Online petition protests proposed Paul VI move
Wed., Mar. 5 | 05:11 PM - As Paul VI Catholic High School weighs a move to Loudoun, parents and community members are campaigning for the school to stay put at its current location.