Monthly Archives: April 2015

The Hidden Life of a Cell

Written by Paul Fritschner, Class of 2015 It takes 120,000,000,000,000 (120 trillion) cells to make a human. That’s a whole lot of cells. However, even more mind-blowing is the fact that inside each of these microscopic pieces of matter, there is … Continue reading

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Mr. Moran’s Maple Masterpiece

By: Ben Nash, Class of 2015 When most people think of maple syrup (sir-up, not seer-up), they don’t think of Virginia as one of its main producers. But in the Science Department, Mr. Mark Moran and his Environmental Science classes … Continue reading

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JP: A Parent’s Perspective

By Mr. Richard Cooper, John Paul Parent (Edited from remarks delivered at Fall 2014 Open House to prospective families.) When the time came to look at high schools, my wife and I simply thought we’d follow the track of so … Continue reading

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