Theology teacher Rachael Valka put together a series of resources for students to explore their faith this Holy Week. Here, she shares highlights of the series.
Voices, Thoughts and Impressions from the IWA Community
Academic Dean Regina Galassi talks about how she's been inspired by the IWA in our transition to remote learning.
Claire Sonne '20 reflects on her last performance with Falcon Theater, and how being part of the program changed her life in high school.
Emily Quin '22 shares what it was like, learning to sword fight for "Hamlet."
We invited our IWA community to share their observations of Lent with us. Here, math teacher Ms. Kristan Siegel shares how one particular Ash Wednesday gave her a profound understanding about faith in God and the hope of His grace.
Sure, summer is a time to take a break from the challenges of the classroom. But it's also a prime opportunity to take part in activities that can help you in your college application process. College counselor Lorien Cuneo offers some things to consider.
We invited our IWA community to share their observations of Lent with us. Opening our series, Sofia Martinez '21 reflects on Ash Wednesday and how she believes her sacrifice will bring her closer to God.
We invited our student-athletes to contribute their thoughts about playing sports here at IWA. In our Athlete Viewpoints series opener, Merriam Scafide '20 discusses what volleyball has taught her about striving for goals.
Close Up Washington, D.C. is a national program that brings high school students to the nation's capital for a week of classes and workshops that show how government works. Olivia Green '20 is one of the IWA students who took part.
Our reflection series invites members of the IWA community to share their thoughts on the season. For our concluding post, Camille Anigbogu '20 ponders Epiphany.