Month: April 2019

Poets Perform at the Kennedy Center

Wakefield Poetry Club sent senior Avery Johnson, senior Moya Seneb, junior Takier George, and junior Sam Whichard to the Louder Than A Bomb DMV Poetry Slam at the Kennedy Center last Sunday, April 28th. These poets left everything on the stage! Avery Johnson had the highest scoring poem of the night, Candy. Avery said, “what […]

Virginia All State Band and Orchestra

BELATED CONGRATULATIONS to seniors Charlotte Greenwood, Drake Henry, and Cameron Ware.  All three were selected to participate in the Virginia All State and performed in a concert in February.

Play4TheCure! This Wednesday 6pm!

On April 24th the Boy’s Lacrosse is playing Park View High School here at Wakefield at 6:00pm for Play4TheCure. With the help of Play4TheCure and individual donors, NFCR has delivered over $350 million leading to many breakthroughs, including prevention strategies, earlier diagnosis and new anticancer drugs and therapies. In three seasons, Play4TheCure has experienced tremendous growth, […]

$5 Formals

Wakefield’s MSA will be hosting the $5 Formal sale this year. If you are doing some spring cleaning, please think of donating to the sale. We are collecting evening dresses, cocktail dresses, women’s shoes, purses, jewelry, and also men’s formal wear such as tuxes, suits, and shoes. Donations can be dropped off in the Main Office or […]

Award Winning Author A.S. King Speaks to Wakefield

On Friday, April 5, A.S. King visited Wakefield and presented “On being a Superhero” a dynamic talk about who you let influence your life. King has also written 11 books for children and young adults including Reality Boy and Ask the Passengers, a Wakefield favorite.  Her newest book Dig. explores white privilege, racism and the power structures […]