Club Of The Month: Spanish Club and Honor Society

Club Of The Month: Spanish Club and Honor Society

Sadya Ouedraogo, Feature Editor

May 12, 2015


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In the club, the students celebrate the Spanish culture along with common holidays to further embrace their heritage. Students in the Spanish Honor Society had their induction in the month of December where they welcomed new and returning members.

Car of the Month: Nicole Drucker

Car of the Month: Nicole Drucker

Madeline Ivey, Staff Writer

May 12, 2015


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Nicole Drucker is a senior here at FCHS and the proud owner of this month’s featured car, which is a blue Honda Accent 2012. She has had her car for two years. She bought it in the fall of 2013, back when she was a sophomore. She bought it because she doesn’t like to drive big cars, and because it was on sale.

What Are Your Spring Break Plans?

What Are Your Spring Break Plans?

William Rhodes, Photo Editor

April 9, 2015


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Spring Break is right around the corner, and is one of the students’ favorite breaks. This time of the school year is almost always the most stressful, and you are realizing that the school year is almost over and it is crunch time for all of your classes. That is especially true if you take any AP classes because the AP test dates are looming in the not-so-distant future. The reason it is one of the favorite breaks is that it provides students with that much needed reprieve from the stress of school.

Car of The Month: Brittney Barbaro

Car of The Month: Brittney Barbaro

Sadya Ouedraogo, Feature Editor

April 9, 2015


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I got two cars because of the weather here. I would not have made it to work or school this winter if my Mustang was my only car. It does not fare well when it comes to snow; that is when I would use my Hummer.

Clubs of the Month: Young Democrats and Young Republicans

Clubs of the Month: Young Democrats and Young Republicans

Sadya Ouedraogo, Feature Editor

April 9, 2015


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We are all familiar with the Democratic and Republican parties, but we may not all be familiar with Falls Church High School’s Young Democrats and Young Republicans. These two clubs are equally amazing because they allow you to expand your knowledge about current world issues, they encourage you to...

How Do You Like to Express Yourself?

How Do You Like to Express Yourself?

Ream Amir, Staff Writer

April 9, 2015


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Art is a great way to express yourself, and it comes in many different shapes and forms. A particular art form in which many people have talents, or are very fond of, is drawing or painting. Some people do it for fun, or because they are very passionate about it while others may do it just as a way to occupy their time, or because they don’t have anything else to do.

International Music Profile: Japanese Music

International Music Profile: Japanese Music

Janey Pham, Staff Writer

April 9, 2015


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Music has many meanings. It’s rather an opinion of what music is rather than a fact. Many FCHS students express their passion for music through vocals, instruments, and even composition. But where does it all start?

International Music Profile: French Music

International Music Profile: French Music

Janey Pham, Staff Writer

February 9, 2015


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In last two issues of the Jagwire, we featured two articles about both K-pop and Spanish music. FCHS has a wide range of languages due to the diversity in the student population which results in a diverse range of music.

Heard About the IAs in Our school?

Heard About the IAs in Our school?

Catherine Le and Phiney Wong

February 9, 2015


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Did you ever wonder who helps those children who have disabilities or those who help the office? Maybe you heard about the students, but what about the others? Here in FCHS, there are a lot of people that work as class assistants.

Club Of The Month: Science Olympiad

Club Of The Month: Science Olympiad

Sadya Ouedraogo, Feature Editor

February 9, 2015


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Science Olympiad is a new club that is now up and running and was created through the persistence of many Falls Church students. This club is not just for people who are interested in science but also for those who are interested in forensics, building and problem solving.

What To Look for in 2015–and Beyond

What To Look for in 2015–and Beyond

Maddy Ivey, Staff Writer

February 9, 2015


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We are just beginning the new year, the time for diet commercials, failed New Years Resolutions, and the Super Bowl. A lot has changed since the ball dropped in New York, and even more will change by the time 2016 rolls around. Here are a few things that you can look forward to in 2015.

Car of the Month: Sean Clary’s Toyota Camry

Car of the Month: Sean Clary’s Toyota Camry

Ed Cochrane, Sports Editor

February 9, 2015


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Sean Clary’s (11) 1996 Toyota Camry is our car of the month for February.

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