Falcon Press News

  • August 27Calling all upcoming 9th graders: Falcon Fest will be held virtually on Wednesday, Sept. 2.
  • August 27Students return to school "virtually" on Tuesday, Sept. 8.
  • August 27A virtual peer tutoring service is now established for all middle/high school students. More info. to come.
  • July 2Stay tuned for updates regarding the upcoming school year.
FALCON HARMONY STUDENTS performed this past weekend at Busch Garden's Christmas Town event.

Falcon Harmony holiday performances

December 6, 2016

Falcon Harmony showed their holiday spirit just as they do every year with choral performances throughout the community. This past weekend alon...

FRESHMAN JACK DAVIDSON and Dakota Neatrour take on senior Layne Rehak in

Falcon Theater presents “Much Ado About Nothing”

November 16, 2016

Falcon Theater is back at it, presenting three separate showings of Shakespeare's play "Much Ado About Nothing," this weekend in the school's au...

Orchestra latest recruitment

November 10, 2016

Fine Art programs such as Orchestra, Band, and the Falcon Stage Company, a.k.a Theater, present themselves...

STUDENTS OBSERVE A painting while a curator gives insight on it.

MOCA’s latest exhibit

October 24, 2016

The purpose of the trip to MOCA was so the students could see the actual Art up close and make educated observations of its content," Syzmanski said. "The current exhibit features contemporary artists with surrealistic themes that are engaging and relatable."

JOURNALISM II/III STUDENTS pose for a group picture after posing for individual Falcon Press passes. pictures.

News wins VHSL five times

October 11, 2016

"All Journalism students in both classes, JI and JII/III, are considered Falcon Press staff members," Tonelson said. "We work together as a team to not only produce the newspaper, but to keep track of the Falcon Press social media. Overall, I'm lucky to have had such amazing students over the years who work hard to put out quality student news."

FLACON MARCHING BAND heads to the football field.

Marching Falcons take first, three competitions

October 4, 2016

"We've been in three competitions so far this year and we've won all three. We have done very well in music and visual and I hope to continue," Lane said.

Orchestra introduces parent night

September 26, 2016

Classroom lights were dimmed as parents, staff, and students were welcomed to the annual PTSA Open House;...

Good luck seniors.

Four seasons

June 3, 2016

Poetry by Sebastian Holland When the bitter wind comes. The cold clouds blanket the sun. All the pretty flowers do succumb. Trees die ...

SENIOR MYIA CAMPBELL exhibits her latest photographs as her senior portfolio.

Photography by Myia Campbell

May 11, 2016

My name is Myia Campbell and I am an aspiring photographer. When I was younger, I hated cameras. I was...

SENIOR FLETCHER TRAVELSTEAD   performs in Falcon Stage company's original play.

“Too much light makes the baby go blind”

April 22, 2016

“It [the idea] was just conceived from throwing around ideas on the bus back from Thespian Conference. It was kind of up in the air about whether or not it would actually happen, so seeing all of our ideas come to life is kind of mind-blowing,” Jaffe said.

AMERICAN VIOLINIST ERIC Stanley visits the school to give the orchestra an improvisation performance.

Eric Stanley visits orchestra students

April 4, 2016

Recently, Virginia Commonwealth University graduate and YouTube famous violinist Eric Stanley visited...

FASHION MARKETING STUDENTS prepare for the

Fashion presents ‘Made in America’

March 14, 2016

"I'm so excited for everyone to see what we have come up with," Dominick said. "We've been working so hard and I hope it all pays off!"

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