Career Fair
The Addams Family: A New Musical Comedy
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School News

SAT Prep

Feb 6, 2018

02062018_02.jpg.pngSAT Prep classes will begin soon!

Math prep classes will start on April 3rd, meeting every Tuesday from 5pm-7pm for 5 weeks with Ms. Hay.  English prep classes will start on April 5th, meeting every Thursday from 5pm-7pm for 5 weeks with Mr. Sheets.

WCCS form Due March 1st

Feb 6, 2018

Seniors (Class of 2018), Your Washington County Community Scholar forms are due in guidance no later than March 1, 2018. All seniors should participate to earn cords for graduation. Please stop by guidance if you have any questions. The ceremony is by invitation only.

If you have not participated in previous years, please do so this current year.

​Thanks,
Brenda Kendrick
Washington County Community Scholar Sponsor for AHS
WCCS 2017-2018 form.pdf

Sarah Lovett wins CrossFit competition

Jan 31, 2018

Wodapalooza podium.JPGSarah Lovett, Art teacher/Cheer coach at Abingdon High recently competed in and won her division her first time competing at one of CrossFit’s biggest competitions called the Wodapalooza in Miami, Florida. Her division consisted of 36 – 3 person teams from all over the World.  Wodapalooza draws 25,000 spectators, 15,000 competitors and represents 30 countries. She competed with two teammates for 3 straight days in 9 events.  These included an open water swim, 7K run (1 mile with a sandbag), and weightlifting/gymnastics events.  Mrs. Lovett and her team had 6 event finishes in the top 5. Congrats to Sarah Lovett!

 

 

Abingdon High School wins Young Playwrights Festival

Nov 30, 2017

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Abingdon High School wins Young Playwrights Festival-
Congratulations to students at Abingdon High School for earning top spots in this year's Young Playwrights Festival sponsored by Barter Theatre. Out of nearly 400 plays and over 600 playwrights, Abingdon had three winners, including a play which earned first place accolades as well as a staged reading by the Barter Players.
Senior Jamie K. won First Place and $500 for her play "Statues," which chronicles a conciliatory meeting between a Confederate and Union soldier in the forests of Virginia. 
Sophomore John F. was a finalist (Top 20) with his play "The Impossible Decision."
Seniors Claire Armstrong, Alex Miller, and Mhari Reed were semi-finalists with the play "The Holy Trinity."
All winners are students in Dr. Crystal Hurd's Creative Writing class.