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Robert C. Lowerre, Ph.D., Director

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Winter Dance & Freshman Lock-in at MLWGS on December 14th

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The Winter Dance and freshman lock-in will be held on Friday, Dec 14th, from 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm (dance) and 10:45 pm-6: 30 am (lock-in).  All classes and guests are welcome to attend the dance, but the lock-in is for Maggie Walker freshmen only.  Tickets are $5 for the dance or the lock-in and […]


Tri-M Inductions at MLWGS

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On Wednesday, November 7th, Maggie Walker’s Tri-M Music Honor Society induction 11 new members: Minji Cho, William Davis, Mira Eisenhauer, Helen Hopkins, Varun Mandgi, Kyra Murphy, Rahul Ramesh, Keriann Slayton, Lily Walsh, Noah Welenteychik, and Daniel Xue. Tri-M is an honor society recognizing secondary music students for their musical ability, academic excellence, school involvement, and […]


MW students selected for All-District Chorus

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Congratulations to Branwyn McCormick and Hayden Perez who were selected to participate in All-District Chorus.  At District 1 Chorus these students will have an opportunity to rehearse and perform challenging music with other students from the area in February. Additionally, Branwyn and Hayden are eligible to audition for the All Virginia Chorus. Hayden and Branwyn auditioned at Glen Allen High […]


Results for Maggie Walker Forensics and Debate Teams

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Congratulations to the Maggie Walker Forensics and Debate Teams on a stellar performance at the VCFL tournament in Louisa this past weekend.  The V.C.F.L. is a speech and debate league under the auspices of the National Catholic Forensic League. http://www.ncfl.org In Extemporaneous Speaking, Joey Mistretta earned a 1st place finish. In Public Forum, Ria Bakshi […]


Working on her own, MW student has work accepted to the 2019 Joint Mathematics Meeting (JMM)

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Working on her own, junior Pallavi Natarajan also submitted work to the 2019 JMM jury and was accepted! While Pallavi is not part of the MLWGS Math-Art Seminar that as previously reported had work accepted, she seems to have immense talent that she has developed on her own time. Pallavi is the youngest MLWGS student […]


Mathematical Art Senior Seminar students have work accepted for the 2019 Joint Mathematics Meeting (JMM)

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Exciting news from the MLWGS Mathematical Art Senior Seminar taught by Mr. Ryan Webb; during the first 9 weeks of this year, the students were encouraged to submit their work to the curated exhibit at the 2019 Joint Math Meetings (JMM), to be held January 18-20 in Baltimore, MD. This is the U.S. edition of […]


Regional School Board Members & Superintendents Lunch with MW Students

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Beginning Friday, November 3rd and continuing through Friday, November 9th, the Dragons of Maggie Walker Governor’s School dined with their division superintendent and/or division school board member(s) during their lunch block in the school conference room/boardroom.  Students were offered a sign-up genius for those interested to attend a luncheon on a first-come-first-serve basis and were asked […]


Boys team finishes 1st at the State 2A Cross Country Championship! – Adam Sachs finishes 2nd in individual competition

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Congratulations dragons…this is the boy’s team sixth consecutive title at State for cross country.  On Friday, November 9, on a rain flooded, mud covered field at The Great Meadow Event Park in Warrenton the Maggie Walker Boys’ Cross Country team made history. Lead by senior Adam Sachs’s (Henrico, 2019) 2nd place individual finish and bolstered […]


Congratulations Mary Caroline Heinen – Girls 2A State Cross Country Champion. Team wins 2nd Place at State

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The lady cross country dragons had an outstanding season and have finished second at the State Championship.   Mary Caroline Heinen (Richmond, 2020) left little doubt in her defense of her 2A individual title, winning by nearly 90 seconds. Sophomore Mimi Kemp (Richmond, 2021) added a 2nd top 10 finish (6th) but it wasn’t enough to […]


Community Service Fair at MLWGS, November 16th

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Maggie Walker requires 140 hours of community service by the 3rd quarter of every student’s senior year. Each year the school holds a community service fair to help bring organizations and students together. This year the date of the fair is November 17th so that all students would have a chance to attend if interested.  The […]