They came from as far north as Canada and as far south as Chile. Travelers arrived by plane, car, train, and even bus. In April, during GWUOHS’ spring break, 24 juniors and seniors, along with three staff chaperones, took over Orlando for the week. Students who had only met each other in live class sessions or chatted on Skype were introduced at the airport or the hotel lobby. It took all of five minutes for many to connect and find lots in common.Continue reading “A Junior-Senior Class Trip for the Ages”
From the GWUOHS Facebook page:
Our Facebook fundraiser has currently raised $3,026, with all donations going to the Global Empowerment Mission. We will continue to accept donations if you would like to contribute here. If you do not have a Facebook account but would like to donate, funds can be sent via PayPal to our school’s account: firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be provided with receipts of the donation being transferred to the Facebook fundraiser.Continue reading “GWUOHS Fundraisers for Ukraine Make Progress”
Julian-Alexandre W., journalist
Just last month, on Feb. 23 , GWUOHS had its very first KIND Campaign Assembly–big kudos to the Women’s Empowerment Club for hosting this event to promote girl-on-girl bullying awareness. This movement has grown as very popular forms of bullying amongst females such as indirect bullying, have grown to account for nearly 18% of all cases of bullying. Moreover, since the COVID-19 pandemic, the new popularity in online schooling, and a general increase in online activity, cyberbullying has risen dramatically. In a 2021 national representative sample, 23.7% of females in a 2,546-person sample, between the ages of 13 and 17, faced some sort of cyberbullying to their respective gender category. The issue of girl-on-girl bullying is widespread and non-exclusive to our school environment. Here is my interview with Danielle Chan, from the Women’s Empowerment Club and the GW Chronicle, to give more
insight into the GWUOHS KIND Campaign Assembly!
Deya N., journalist