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Godwin students walk to spread positivity

While many students get involved in their school by joining clubs, participating in a school sport, or running for student council, senior April Reynolds found another way to get involved. No Eagle Left Behind was created during her sophomore year and since then Reynolds has stepped up and played a huge role in promoting mental […]

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Godwin students walk to spread positivity

While many students get involved in their school by joining clubs, participating in a school sport, or running for student council, senior April Reynolds found another way to get involved. No Eagle Left Behind was created during her sophomore year and since then Reynolds has stepped up and played a huge role in promoting mental […]

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Cultural Exchange

From July 24 to August 4, senior Amanda He participated in an exclusive Japanese-American Cultural Exchange Program at Princeton college.  The program is called High School Diplomats (HSD) and this year they selected 40 American and 40 Japanese students for an all-expenses-paid trip to Princeton. “Each American student is paired with a Japanese student (roommate), […]

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Future Godwin Olympian?

Sophomore Zoe Dixon makes Olympic trials cut The path to swimming in the Olympics is a long one, with many hurdles. Sophomore Zoe Dixon has completed the first step, swimming a fast enough time to qualify for the Olympic Team Trials At a swim meet the first weekend in June, Dixon earned Olympic trial cut […]

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Eagles attend Virginia Governor’s Schools

To be selected to attend a Virginia Summer Governor’s School is an honor for any student. This year, four of Godwin’s students earned the opportunity to attend the Governor’s School program this summer. Seniors Ava MacBlane, Zoe Tuck, and Cecilia Taylor, as well as junior Mason Jett, were each selected to participate. The Governor’s School […]

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Student harpist travels the world

Music is a hobby for many people, but for Godwin sophomore Aelan Snyder, playing the harp has grown from a simple hobby to her greatest passion. It has been a great influence on both her life and the person she is today. Snyder has been playing the harp since she was nine years old. Over […]

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Senior wins award for short film

Godwin senior, Natalie Christensen, an emerging photographer, composer, and filmmaker, was recently nominated and awarded for her film, The Astral Project, at the Oregon Cinema Arts Festival. The mission of this local festival was to show socially and artistically significant films. Christensen’s film was nominated for Best Documentary, Best Original Film Score, and Best Cinematography. […]

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Godwin juniors strut their stuff

When you open a magazine, you often see professional models gracing the covers for the world to see. Godwin has two models of its own roaming the halls. Juniors Maddie Spangler and Maggie Gibbs both model for the Mid-Atlantic branch of Modelogic. “I knew a few people who modeled already and it had always been […]

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Junior swims through daily grind

While most of world is still asleep, at 4:45 a.m. David-Christopher Hellams is already in the pool. In his 14th year as a swimmer for Nova of Virginia Aquatics, (NOVA) Hellams swims anywhere from two to five hours every day. As one of the top swimmers in the nation, one would expect the sport to […]