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Remembering lost Eagle’s legacy

In 2015, Godwin and its community endured the loss of a bright light when Tyler Wentz passed away in a body-surfing accident. People who knew Wentz have only positive things to say about his character. “He was one of the most fun, loving, and kind people I have ever met,” said Johnathan Geary, a classmate […]

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Students take part in local politics

Rodman (l) with first volunteer of the month, Shaily Pal. photo courtesy Students for Debra For most people, their political mark on the world does not start until the day they turn 18 and can legally vote, but this was not the case for one group of students. Godwin sophomore Elina Rastegar, along with high […]

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A Life of Influence

Remembering Godwin band teacher Leon Auman How do you define a great teacher? Someone who cares about their students as people, wants to further their students’ education or someone who shows a passion for teaching that makes class a genuine experience? Regardless of which is most important to you, Vernon “Leon” Auman in his 35 […]

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Godwin goes digital with new marquee

While students were enjoying their days off during the snow days before break, Godwin High School was undergoing some significant changes. On Dec. 19 and 20, Godwin’s previous ‘changeable letter’ marquee in front of the school was replaced with a new electronic marquee. An outside company installed the new screen over a two day period. […]

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Godwin teacher builds his own house

Choosing to move into a new house can be a long process that requires a great deal of planning and thought. This could not be more true for Godwin English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher, Robert Hill, who not only moved into a new house, but actually built it himself. In 2013, Hill’s father, […]

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Eyrie News Brief – Feb. 2019

Eagle News Godwin Performs “Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind” This weekend, Godwin thespians will be performing the play “Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind” by Greg Allen. The show consists of 30 plays in 60 minutes, with each individual play lasting approximately two minutes. Half the proceeds will go to […]

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West named 2018-19 Mr. MG

The Mr. Mills E. Godwin (Mr. MG) pageant is a time-honored Godwin tradition, inviting Godwin students, families and friends together to support the Make-A-Wish foundation. This year’s theme was “Back to the Future,” with Godwin Physical Education Teacher Mark Brandenburger as Doctor Emmett Brown. On Saturday, Jan. 19th, Godwin held its 15th annual pageant, crowing […]

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Center students participate in annual math competition

Juniors and seniors from the Todd Allen Phillips Center for Medical Sciences competed in the annual High School Mathematical Contest in Modeling (HiMCM), commonly shortened to Math Modeling, for the chance to compete against other top high school students from around the world from November 9 -19. The competition takes place over the course of […]

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Godwin gives back this season

In 1942, Henrico County school teacher, Mittie McCraw Nelson asked that her students bring in canned food items for families in the area who needed them during the holidays. With time, this idea of hers evolved into what is now the Henrico Christmas Mother. For many years now, the Henrico Christmas Mother has worked to […]

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Eyrie News Brief – Dec., 2018

Eagle News Charlie Kennedy wins All Metro Golfer of the Year Sophomore Charlie Kennedy has had a very successful first two years as a golfer at Godwin. Kennedy has already earned two of the top awards for high school golfers. Kennedy kicked off his golf career at Godwin with a state championship as a freshman. […]