fccpsmtDanieltjmehmsgmdayCarehr
FCCPS Web Family
The Lasso’s popular profile series returns for its third year. Check out the hidden world of rock stars, tennis heroes, and future Oscar winners.

Mason’s talented IB art students displayed their talent at the annual IB Art Show, on display during the last week in April. In the auditorium, all work from this year’s IB students is on display in small exhibits for each artist. Students such as junior Marion Clark chose to depict eating disorders through a series of photographs, while senior Sabine Wills displayed an intricate drawing of her sister, titled “The Greatest Gift.” Click through to see highlights from the 2016 IB Art Show.

http://www.gmhslasso.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Artist_-Gabriel-Casero-1200x520.jpg

View more images on The Lasso>>>

The weekend of April 7-9 was quite possibly one of the most exciting weekends in the history of George Mason’s robotics Team 1418 “Vae Victis.”

Against 57 other top teams from all over Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and Washington DC,

The Mustangs achieved a major victory at the Chesapeake District Championship. With the win, Team 1418 qualified for the FIRST World Championships April 27-30 in St. Louis.

Said junior Rachel Baek: “To be honest, I didn’t expect to win. It was the best surprise ever because for the past few years we have been so close to winning, but were never quite able to make it to worlds. When the final scores and rankings were released, I was so incredibly happy. I’m thrilled that we’ve finally accomplished our dreams of making it to the world competition. I’m so proud of my team.”

Junior Camille Borja echoed those sentiments, adding, “It was an amazing experience to work with all these different teams from around our region. I was amazed at how every robot’s design was so distinct, even though we were playing the same game. I am looking forward to seeing new game strategies and working with more teams in our final competition.”

In the initial qualifying rounds, 1418 shot up to first place and remained there for most of the qualifying rounds, up until match 60, which was against three other high-scoring teams: team 1413 “Skrappy’s Zoo” from Skipwith, VA, team 836 “The RoboBees” from Hollywood, MD, and team 1086 “Blue Cheese” from Glenn Allen, VA.

1418 and the rest of the alliance lost that round and the next one, 68. The combined losses were enough to remove George Mason’s team from its comfortable position in first, and the team spent the remaining matches struggling for first place.

readmorebutton

Newsletter

SOL Schedule

SOL Testing

Bell Schedule

Registration Open for GM Summer Academy

July 5th - August 11th

Online registration is open for GMHS Summer Academy program. Classes will meet four days a week from July 5 - Aug. 11 from 9:00am - 12:30pm. Please be advised that in the past, we have scheduled a five hour school day for summer school. We hope that 3 1⁄2 hours in class and 1 1⁄2 hours at home allows students greater flexibility to plan other summer activities while still completing the requirements of the class. Summer Hy-C courses are offered in: English, Math, Science, Social Studies, Personal Finance and Economics.

Register Here>>>

Summer Academy

GM Hybrid Classroom

Science in Action

Trout Cam

login - trout, trout

Download the GM App

Download the George Mason app from iTunes

 

Download the George Mason app from the Google Play Store

 

Download the George Mason app

Employment

Middle Years Programme

 A Falls Church City Public School
7124 Leesburg Pike Falls Church, VA 22043
Phone: (703)248-5500 Fax: (703)248-5533 Attendance: (703)248-5501