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  • Students in DECA travel to Anaheim, CA

    Students in DECA travel to Anaheim, CA

    Evelyn Noronha, News Editor

    The International Career Development Conference (ICDC) hosted nineteen thousand DECA students. From Stone Bridge, 33 qualifying students traveled to Anaheim, California to compete from April 25 to April 30.    Qualifying Projects    "You had to create a project and then you went and competed," junior Kayley Skorupski said. "You had to memorize your presentation...

    Monika Guerrero

AP Exam Week Draws Near

Juliana Ciavarro, Sports Editor

As the school year comes to the final quarter, teachers prepare their students for the AP exams. The exams start the first week of May and continue throughout the month. “I hope I do well because I have been doing so much review and work to get the grade I need, I take mine on May 10th and I’m a little nervous,” junior Taylor Pet...

May 10, 2017

Stone Bridge Alumni Goes Pro

As the NFL draft comes to an end, the Ashburn community is eager to see what this season holds, as Stone Bridge alumni Jonathan Allen returns to play locally for the Washington Redskins.   Before the Pros Allen played football at Stone Bridge for 3 years, and graduated in 2013, before going on to play at the University of Al...

May 10, 2017

Students Vote for the Upcoming School Year

Students Vote for the Upcoming School Year

Brennah Lee, Staff Writer

On Apr. 26, all four classes of students voted for next year’s new SCA and Student Officer Positions. Now, the results are in, and it appears...

May 10, 2017

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Controversial Show Comes to Netflix

Controversial Show Comes to Netflix

Jordyn Fantasia, Features Editor

Seldom are the times when the release of a single Netflix show causes as much discussion and uproar as “13 Reasons Why”. Released on to the site on March 31, “13 Reasons...

May 10, 2017

History of The Cappies

History of The Cappies

Daniel Doggett, Focus Editor

Students in competitive after school activities generally compete for titles and awards—Sports and Band for state titles, Visual Arts for individual awards and medals: the...

May 10, 2017

Arrival stretches the boundaries of the sci-fi genre

Arrival stretches the boundaries of the sci-fi genre

March 1, 2017

2016 brought many different types of movies. In November, a new sci-fi movie hit the theaters, and took the world by storm. It quickly...

iPhone 7’s New Features

iPhone 7’s New Features

September 28, 2016

Apple’s tradition of releasing a new iPhone every year since 2007 continues, as the launch of their newest design is creating possibly...

New and Returning Fall TV Shows

New and Returning Fall TV Shows

September 28, 2016

As the leaves begin to fall and we don our jackets, a plethora of television shows begin their new seasons in addition to new shows...

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Boys Soccer Playoff Push

Kate Harwood, Staff Writer

This spring, the boys’ soccer team is striving ahead toward playoffs. They are second in conference with five wins against Potomac Falls, Broad Run, and Briar Woods,...

May 10, 2017

DC Sports Starting to Succeed

Juliana Ciavarro, Sports Editor

D.C. sports are on the rise as playoffs continue throughout the month. With both Washington teams, The Capitals and The Wizards, advancing into the second round, expectations are high for these teams to pull through and win. The Capitals are in the middle of Round Two against the Pittsburgh Penguins, who are currently winning the round 3-2. Capital fans and pla...

May 10, 2017

Stone Bridge Alumni Goes Pro

As the NFL draft comes to an end, the Ashburn community is eager to see what this season holds, as Stone Bridge alumni Jonathan Allen returns to play locally for the Washington...

May 10, 2017

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Now is the time to embrace Washington Sports

Now is the time to embrace Washington Sports

Cameron Bender, Editor-in-Chief

Over the past ten years, the success of DC sports teams has been limited. The Redskins have been mediocre at best. The Nationals struggled to secure a record over 500 until...

March 1, 2017

Supreme Court Justice’s Death Poses Problem for Executive

Supreme Court Justice’s Death Poses Problem for Executive

Christine Culko, Features Editor

“[The President] shall nominate, and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate shall appoint Judges of the Supreme Court,” the United States Constitution, Article 2 Sectio...

March 16, 2016

#OscarSoWhite Draws Attention to Hollywood’s Lack of Diversity

#OscarSoWhite Draws Attention to Hollywood’s Lack of Diversity

February 10, 2016

Among the glitz and glamor that surrounds the Oscars, one notable thing will be missing when celebrities hit the red carpet...

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  • Summer Concerts in 2017

    Who’s playing? The most popular genre for summer concerts is undoubtedly country music, but that does not mean the only concerts coming to the Wa...

  • Students Attended Annual Leadership Conference

    On Friday, April 28 through Saturday, April 29, 85 student representatives attended the VHSL Leadership Conference at Freedom High School. The student...

  • Stone Bridge Teacher Recognized as LCPS Standout

    English teacher and Public Speaking Teacher of Stone Bridge High School, Kathleen Thompson was named Loudoun County’s 2017 Teacher of the Year. She ...

  • 2017 Cinco de Mayo Fundraiser

    Every year Stone Bridge football and Athletic Boosters Club raise funds for the athletic teams.   The past two years the boosters raised mo...

  • Singing telegrams spread love

    As the season of love came and went, Stone Bridge brought out its finest talent to spread love throughout the school. The week leading up to Valent...

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