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2019-20 Scholastic Writing award results are announced

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We are very excited to announce that (10) students were recently honored with (16) 2019-2020 Scholastic Writing Awards including (4) Gold Keys – one is also an American Voices Nominee, (6) Silver Keys, and (6) Honorable Mentions.   Congratulations to the following writing winners: First Name Last Name Grade Division Teacher Award Section Jeddah Arnold 10 […]


MW with a record-setting 69 Scholastic Art awards by students

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Kapitanov  Morley We are very excited to announce that our talented students in the fine arts were recently honored again this year by having their work selected in the Scholastic Art competition.   This is a highly competitive art competition that had over 2600 art entries from the region. MLWGS students had another record-setting year […]


Students are working hard to bring you ‘The Addams Family,’ mark your calendar for February 27-29, 2020

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The Addams Family cast in rehearsal. The Addams Family is being performed on February 27th-29th, starting at 7 pm on Thursday and Friday, and 2 pm on Saturday. We hope that you join us for a spooky night!  


Student ‘Intent to Return’ form can be found here

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Use this link for the Student Intent to Return Form


Student Intent to Return forms for grades 9-11 are due back to school on Monday

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Students will be issued their Intent to Return form during their first-period today and asked to bring them home for parental signatures. All MLWGS 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students must return this form to their first-period teacher on Monday, February 3, 2020. Failure to return the form may result in the loss of their […]


Dragons win VHSL Regional Scholastic Tournament

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KUDOS to the Dragons for placing first at the VHSL Regional Scholastic Bowl Tournament on Monday, January 27th.  Maggie Walker was the host site of this tournament and many of our teachers volunteered their time to assist in its success. Thank you all for doing a fantastic job of staffing the competition rooms. We heard […]


Change is coming to some 20-21 dual enrollment classes

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Maggie Walker Governor’s School has had a relationship with Virginia Commonwealth University for over two decades.  We have offered numerous dual-enrollment classes and have been able to offer opportunities to our students to earn college credit through these experiences. Recently, VCU has been in a process of re-evaluation of their dual-enrollment program and as a […]


David Barnes wins Taylor Teaching Award, will travel in 2020

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GS Foundation Director, Suzannah Stora, announced last week that the Taylor Teaching Award selection committee has chosen David Barnes as the recipient of the 2019-2020 Taylor Teaching Award for his trip titled Ecology, Culture, and Change of Tanzania.  Mr. Barnes will travel to Tanzania, where he will hike Mt. Meru, safari the Serengeti, and snorkel […]


MW students perform at VCU Jazz Day

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On Saturday, January 25th, six MLWGS students participated in VCU Jazz Day, an annual event where students compose, improvise, and perform a jazz concert in collaboration with VCU Jazz Faculty. Those students are Delaney Cotton (’21, Hanover), Ryan Eklund (’22, Richmond City), Catherine Garrison (’22, Hanover), Jessica Hendricks (’23, Hanover), Helen Hopkins (’21, Chesterfield), and […]


High school students urged to enter cybersecurity competition ~ Program highlights career opportunity for Virginia girls~

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Virginia Department of Education News RICHMOND – The Virginia Information Technologies Agency (VITA) announced that registration is open for the 2020 Girls Go CyberStart program, which aims to support and inspire high school girls across Virginia to explore careers in cybersecurity and computer science. “Virginia is a national leader in the cybersecurity industry and VITA […]