The Student News Site of Alexandria City High School


The Student News Site of Alexandria City High School


The Student News Site of Alexandria City High School


The Future of Fitness

The Future of Fitness

April 4, 2022
It’s not uncommon to see an injury during a sports game. At the high school level, ACL injuries are one of the most frequently occurring, particularly in football, girls soccer, and girls basketball. But does it have to be this way? To Jerry Hill, the answer is no.

Winter Sports Defrost

March 1, 2022
Despite having no season during the 2020-2021 school year, winter sports were back this year. Winter sports include boys and girls basketball, gymnastics, swim and dive, wrestling, indoor track, and ice hockey.
Image courtesy of Alexandria City Public Schools

It’s A Match!

February 4, 2022
Abdelrahman Abdelsadig from the Class of 2022 has been awarded a Questbridge National Match Scholarship. He will be attending Colby College with a full-ride scholarship worth over $300,000. 

Hall Sweep? More Like Brush.

December 17, 2021
Alexandria City High School has recently implemented “hall sweeps” in order to encourage students to be on time for class. Students who are caught in the hallway without a pass are “swept,” and are directed towards a designated room where they are given a tardy slip. The hall sweeps have caused controversy among students and teachers and definitely has its faults. 
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Volleyball Wins Hard-Fought Regional Championship

November 13, 2021
On November 10, Alexandria City High School girls volleyball faced off against Justice High School for the Occoquan Regional Championship in the Garden..
Recognizing Loss

Recognizing Loss

October 29, 2021
As we are caught in a whirlwind of transition back to school and back to “normal” life, it is important to recognize and reflect upon the losses that we have suffered as a school, nation, and global community. 

Five Seniors, One Junior Named 2021-22 Theogony Editors

May 13, 2021

Theogony, the T.C. Williams High School student-run media organization, announced its editors for the 2021-2022 school year.   Five rising seniors—Abigail Ernst, Ethan Gotsch, Nikki Harris,...

In a Year Like No Other, Volleyball Dominates the Court

In a Year Like No Other, Volleyball Dominates the Court

April 22, 2021
For the second year in a row, Varsity Girls Volleyball has won the Gunston District Championship. This is the first time in the school’s history that the team has been back-to-back district champions. The team also went on to win the Occoquan 6C Region Championship and is currently undefeated, going 15-0 during the regular and playoff season.
A Return to Normal Indeed

“A Return to Normal” Indeed

April 1, 2021
The juniors and seniors have had their time at the King Street campus cut short, and the sophomores and freshmen have yet to experience the many rites of passage that would occur during a “normal” school year. Here is a list of the best T.C. experiences underclassmen can look forward to, and upperclassmen can reminisce about.
A memorial outside of the Gold Spa in Atlanta. Photograph: Alyssa Pointer/AP

A Painful National Women’s History Month

March 23, 2021
March is National Women’s History Month, a time that is meant to be set aside to honor the contributions women have made throughout American history, and recognize the hardships women face. However, the first weeks of March have been filled with pain, grief, and anger around the world.
Agenda: Alexandria Panel Discusses Race, Equity, and Inclusion

Agenda: Alexandria Panel Discusses Race, Equity, and Inclusion

February 23, 2021
The events of the past year have brought conversations about race, equity, and inclusion to the forefront, a topic that was discussed during a recent Agenda: Alexandria panel.
MF DOOM: Your Favorite Rappers Favorite Rapper

MF DOOM: Your Favorite Rapper’s Favorite Rapper

January 6, 2021
On December 31, it was announced via social media that the rapper MF DOOM had died. The announcement was initially made on his Instagram page and stated that the rapper had died two months earlier on October 31, with causes still unannounced to the public. The rapper was 49 years old, with a wife and kids and a successful, yet somewhat underrated, career in the music industry.
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