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Finding faith: a pilgrimage to Israel

Kindergarten to senior year, two or four-year college, full-time job – this is the typical student schedule. Traditional education begins around the age of six, continuing until you are 22-years-old and sometimes is followed by more and more years of study. In recent years, students have been breaking up this traditional educational path with gap […]

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What’s standard in standardized testing?

The 21st-century has been pioneered by creative thinkers leading the frontier of modern society with their revolutionary inventions and technology. With this progression, the workforce has expanded into a more globalized and collaborative working world. Yet, the stepping-stones to the working world through education have yet to expand to meet the new standards. With students […]

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Giving back during the holidays

How to give back to the community As the end of November rolls around, the season of holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas is fast approaching.  Plans for feasts and festivities are set in place and presents are bought. On the other hand, with the holidays, there is an added stress on families whose incomes […]

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“It could have been my son”

“It could have been my son.” I have heard my nana utter these words more than once. It could have been my son. Virginia Tech, Sandy Hook, Pulse, Las Vegas, Sutherland Springs, Texas: It could have been my son. Nine years ago, my uncle, who has suffered from mental illness his whole life, threatened my […]

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Godwin Graduation 2016-2017 – photos Chip Carter

The Eagles’ Eyrie welcomes all families to save and use these photos from graduation. If there is any difficulty saving photos, feel free to contact the Eyrie.

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Godwin Baccalaureate 2016-2017- photos Julia Grossman

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Godwin says goodbye to math teacher Thomas Hoy- photos Dalia Jimenez

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Britton Wilson dashes to first at states

Britton Wilson competed in the VHSL State Outdoor Track and Field Championship on Saturday, June 3rd and placed first in the girls 200m dash with a time of 24.28. She will race in the upcoming national competition as an individual as well as on the 4×1 relay team. photos courtesy Britton Wilson

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Senior Awards Assembly 2016-2017

Faculty Medallions: Business- Michael Wisner     English- Olivia Carey and Carter Ryder Family and Consumer Sciences- Emma Cooper   Marketing- Saja Alexander   Mathematics- William Rawson and Polina Bukina   Todd Allen Phillips’ Center for Medical Sciences: Shreyas Kulkarni Music: Instrumental- Ben Chase Music: Vocal- Erica Glines   Science: Samantha Cohodas and Lauren Carver     Social Studies: Audrie Corral and Mitchell Wein […]

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Spring sports banquet and awards

Presidents Award: Rebekah Greene Girls Lacrosse Defense MVP-Haley Woods Offense MVP-Julianne Carrol Unsung hero- Annagrace Hanson Coaches award-Hadley Holden Most improved- Georgia Garrison   Boys lacrosse Rainmaker- Collin Bebee Defense mvp- Robbie Millie Iron eagle- William Abbott   Girls tennis Most improved- Andrea Jaffe MVP- Anna Sidhu and Anna Brodzik Tphilly coaches award- Divya Atluri and […]