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The Gift of Freedom of Movement

The Gift of Freedom of Movement

Carrie Rowley, Midlo Scoop Staff

October 5, 2017


Filed under Clubs and Activities

On Wednesday, September 27, 2017, RAMPS held its first informational meeting after school  in room 339. RAMPS stands for Ramp Access Made Possible by Students. It is an non-profit community service organization that builds wheelchair accessible ramps for people of low income families, or those who c...

Hello, Mrs. Hall

Hello, Mrs. Hall

Carrie Rowley, Midlo Scoop Staff

October 3, 2017


Filed under News from the Classroom

Midlothian High School Welcomes Mrs. Anna Hall to the Exceptional Education Program. What did you do before you came to Midlothian High? I taught in Northern Virginia for 3 years.  What drove you to come to Midlo? I am originally from the area, and my husband and I decided to move back home.  What is one w...

Fresh Face in the Art Place

Fresh Face in the Art Place

Samantha Johnson, Midlo Scoop Staff

September 15, 2017


Filed under News from the Classroom

At the beginning of this year Midlo High had the fortunate opportunity to welcome Ms. Kristen Joswick to the art department! Not only is Mrs. Joswick new to Midlo, but this is also her first year teaching. She earned her B.F.A. in fashion design from Virginia Commonwealth University and her teaching...

Signing Into Midlo

Signing Into Midlo

Katherine Krievs, Midlo Scoop Staff

September 13, 2017


Filed under News from the Classroom

As the school year kicks off, Mr. Peter Nalls begins his teaching career in American Sign Language here at Midlothian High School. Although he has only taught at Midlo for two weeks, he has already acquired tremendous respect from the faculty as well as his students, mainly because of his kind heart a...

Leaving a Legacy in the Library

Leaving a Legacy in the Library

Michael DeMatteo, Marketing Editor

May 30, 2017


Filed under News from the Classroom

Often seen helping students face the daunting nightmares of research papers, skillfully navigating the aisles of one of Midlothian High School's largest rooms, this faculty member helps fuel their curiosity by acting as a link between students' quest for learning and the books that provide them with...

The Young Engineer

The Young Engineer

Lucas Via, Sports Writer

April 28, 2017


Filed under Spotlights

Midlothian High School continually exceeds on the state and national level when it comes to academics and athletics. Through SAT scores, AP exams, and numerous other academic accolades and achievements, Midlo holds an extremely high standard. Dedication in and out of the classroom, combined with teache...

Behind the Lens

Behind the Lens

Emily Junkmann, Technology Editor

January 16, 2017


Filed under Spotlights

Photographs help us to never forget our favorite memories. For the past four years, senior Alexa Battle has been on the sideline of every football game, pep rally, and Midlothian High School graduation capturing images of every exciting and memorable moment. Alexa began photographing her friends and classm...

Matthew Tignor: Band Extraordinaire

Matthew Tignor: Band Extraordinaire

Jake Petrillo, Staff Writer

October 28, 2016


Filed under A & E, Performing Arts

The Trojan Marching Band remains as one of Midlothian High School’s most traditional institutions. To date, it has achieved the title of honor band eighteen times and works harder every week toward a nineteenth. As part of the music department, the band contributed largely in the seven-time recognition o...

October Students of the Month

October Students of the Month

Principal Shawn Abel and Ellen Tucker

October 13, 2016


Filed under Spotlights

Congratulations, October Students of the Month! Our male student of the month is arguably one of the most talented athletes on the field and one of the brightest in the classroom. As the quarterback, he leads the Midlothian varsity football team each Friday night. He also shows his leadership skills...

Malibu Monday: Midlo or Tropical Oasis?

Malibu Monday: Midlo or Tropical Oasis?

Ellen Tucker, Staff Writer

October 3, 2016


Filed under Spirit

To kick off Spirit Week, students came pouring through the doors in their best Hawaiian attire. The entire student body turned the halls of Midlo into a tropical oasis. Leis, Hawaiian shirts, and Chacos proved the most worn items. Other students went all out by adding coconut bras or grass skirts. Khaki...

A Way With Words

A Way With Words

Anna Chen, Staff Writer

September 23, 2016


Filed under Creative Corner

Out of the many different and interesting hobbies,  junior Emily Murray loves to write poetry. In 2014 as a freshman, Murray won the school-wide Write Now contest with one of her pieces. She has always had a knack for writing poetry and spends a great deal of time perfecting her craft. When and w...

First-Year Teacher Spotlight

First-Year Teacher Spotlight

Sydney Van Horn and Merrill Livingston, Staff Writers

April 19, 2016


Filed under News from the Classroom

1)  When you aren’t teaching, what is your favorite activity to do outside of school? When I am not teaching, I like to read a lot. I also like to go hiking a lot when I have free time. Normally, I like to catch up on my sleep usually lost from the school week. 2) If you could be anywhere in ...

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