Senior Jeremiah Ogle holds towelette after blood is drawn. Students 16 and older with parental consent were able to volunteer to donate blood on November 18. Inova Blood Donor Services came to GMHS on November 18.

With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, we begin to contemplate what the holiday really means to us. For most, Thanksgiving is a day to get together with your family and highlight those things that we treasure most in life.

At George Mason, students answers vary when asked what they are thankful for. Common responses are friends, family, and pets. Other people took a more comical approach to the question saying things like food and themselves. Whatever the answer, it was nice to see Mason students expressing gratitude for what or whomever they’re thankful for. Check out the slideshow on The Lasso.

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On Friday, November 21, Mason's branch of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) will welcome Jim Gray at 9:40 a. m. in room B121. Karstens FBLA News

Students and hired musicians get ready to start a rehearsal in the GM auditorium pit. The orchestra started rehearsing about a month ago, meeting more often and eventually everyday after school as the days of the show come closer.

The TJ SCA is very busy this fall working together with their classes to aid others beyond our walls, both locally and around the world. The class resprentatives and all students get a chance to put action to their TJ PYP Learner Profile values.

The Falls Chruch Education Foundation (FCEF) surprised three groups of teachers with the announcement of Super Grants.

George Mason High School students in the IB History of the Americas class visit Gunston Hall, home of George Mason. They learned more about why the school was named after him. Many of our students don't know," said IB History teacher Ms. Tammy Chincheck.

The MEH Hockey club takes the rink on Friday for their first game. Join MEH as they take on the Arlington Admirals at Kettler at 5:30pm.

“Remember there are worse things than a shattered chandelier...” the Phantom explains. George Mason’s 2014 annual Fall musical is Andrew Lloyd Webber's, “The Phantom of the Opera.” The show is in the GM auditorium at 7:30 on Thursday, November 20 through Saturday November 22. Tickets will be sold at the door.

In this chillingly beautiful production, a hauntingly vengeful man in a mask terrorizes an opera house and it’s inhabitants, including his attempts in finding affection with one of the chorus girls, Christine Daae. The show is frightful, romantic and has been on Broadway for over 25 years, holding the current record for the longest show on Broadway.

redribbonweek

TJ's Counselors, Carol Seaver and Allison Stokes, have published a quarterly newsletter and prepared an overview of the counseling services at TJ.

You may find the counseling information under the "Parent Information" menu.

This quarter's newsletter is also available here.

 

Senior Jeremiah Ogle holds towelette after blood is drawn. Students 16 and older with parental consent were able to volunteer to donate blood on November 18. Inova Blood Donor Services came to GMHS on November 18.

With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, we begin to contemplate what the holiday really means to us. For most, Thanksgiving is a day to get together with your family and highlight those things that we treasure most in life.

At George Mason, students answers vary when asked what they are thankful for. Common responses are friends, family, and pets. Other people took a more comical approach to the question saying things like food and themselves. Whatever the answer, it was nice to see Mason students expressing gratitude for what or whomever they’re thankful for. Check out the slideshow on The Lasso.

Learn more

On Friday, November 21, Mason's branch of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) will welcome Jim Gray at 9:40 a. m. in room B121. Karstens FBLA News

Students and hired musicians get ready to start a rehearsal in the GM auditorium pit. The orchestra started rehearsing about a month ago, meeting more often and eventually everyday after school as the days of the show come closer.

The TJ SCA is very busy this fall working together with their classes to aid others beyond our walls, both locally and around the world. The class resprentatives and all students get a chance to put action to their TJ PYP Learner Profile values.

The Falls Chruch Education Foundation (FCEF) surprised three groups of teachers with the announcement of Super Grants.

George Mason High School students in the IB History of the Americas class visit Gunston Hall, home of George Mason. They learned more about why the school was named after him. Many of our students don't know," said IB History teacher Ms. Tammy Chincheck.

The MEH Hockey club takes the rink on Friday for their first game. Join MEH as they take on the Arlington Admirals at Kettler at 5:30pm.

“Remember there are worse things than a shattered chandelier...” the Phantom explains. George Mason’s 2014 annual Fall musical is Andrew Lloyd Webber's, “The Phantom of the Opera.” The show is in the GM auditorium at 7:30 on Thursday, November 20 through Saturday November 22. Tickets will be sold at the door.

In this chillingly beautiful production, a hauntingly vengeful man in a mask terrorizes an opera house and it’s inhabitants, including his attempts in finding affection with one of the chorus girls, Christine Daae. The show is frightful, romantic and has been on Broadway for over 25 years, holding the current record for the longest show on Broadway.

redribbonweek

TJ's Counselors, Carol Seaver and Allison Stokes, have published a quarterly newsletter and prepared an overview of the counseling services at TJ.

You may find the counseling information under the "Parent Information" menu.

This quarter's newsletter is also available here.

 

Senior Jeremiah Ogle holds towelette after blood is drawn. Students 16 and older with parental consent were able to volunteer to donate blood on November 18. Inova Blood Donor Services came to GMHS on November 18.

With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, we begin to contemplate what the holiday really means to us. For most, Thanksgiving is a day to get together with your family and highlight those things that we treasure most in life.

At George Mason, students answers vary when asked what they are thankful for. Common responses are friends, family, and pets. Other people took a more comical approach to the question saying things like food and themselves. Whatever the answer, it was nice to see Mason students expressing gratitude for what or whomever they’re thankful for. Check out the slideshow on The Lasso.

Learn more

On Friday, November 21, Mason's branch of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) will welcome Jim Gray at 9:40 a. m. in room B121. Karstens FBLA News

Students and hired musicians get ready to start a rehearsal in the GM auditorium pit. The orchestra started rehearsing about a month ago, meeting more often and eventually everyday after school as the days of the show come closer.

The TJ SCA is very busy this fall working together with their classes to aid others beyond our walls, both locally and around the world. The class resprentatives and all students get a chance to put action to their TJ PYP Learner Profile values.

The Falls Chruch Education Foundation (FCEF) surprised three groups of teachers with the announcement of Super Grants.

George Mason High School students in the IB History of the Americas class visit Gunston Hall, home of George Mason. They learned more about why the school was named after him. Many of our students don't know," said IB History teacher Ms. Tammy Chincheck.

The MEH Hockey club takes the rink on Friday for their first game. Join MEH as they take on the Arlington Admirals at Kettler at 5:30pm.

“Remember there are worse things than a shattered chandelier...” the Phantom explains. George Mason’s 2014 annual Fall musical is Andrew Lloyd Webber's, “The Phantom of the Opera.” The show is in the GM auditorium at 7:30 on Thursday, November 20 through Saturday November 22. Tickets will be sold at the door.

In this chillingly beautiful production, a hauntingly vengeful man in a mask terrorizes an opera house and it’s inhabitants, including his attempts in finding affection with one of the chorus girls, Christine Daae. The show is frightful, romantic and has been on Broadway for over 25 years, holding the current record for the longest show on Broadway.

redribbonweek

TJ's Counselors, Carol Seaver and Allison Stokes, have published a quarterly newsletter and prepared an overview of the counseling services at TJ.

You may find the counseling information under the "Parent Information" menu.

This quarter's newsletter is also available here.