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Topic - Washington-Lee High School
Washington-Lee High School (often simply called "W-L") is one of three traditional public high schools in the Arlington Public Schools district in Arlington, Virginia, covering grades 9-12. As of 2011, the school had over 2,000 students and 120 teachers. In 2010, W-L was listed at # 63 in Newsweek's listing of "America's Best High Schools," and # 3 in the state of Virginia. - Source: Wikipedia
"This is a referendum on Obamacare," Republican Kenneth T. Cuccinelli told a crowd of supporters outside a GOP office in Prince William County on Saturday, drawing scattered catcalls when he mentioned the president's upcoming appearance with Mr. McAuliffe.
A 17-year-old Washington-Lee High School student was charged with reckless driving Tuesday in relation to a skateboarding accident that left his friend and fellow student dead, Arlington County police said.
The Ballston area of Arlington may be best known for its restaurants, nightlife, proximity to Metro for easy access to downtown and its many condominium developments. But on the side streets off Glebe Road and Wilson Boulevard are some of the most-sought-after single-family homes in the D.C. area.
President Obama trained his fire on Republicans during in a speech at an Arlington, Va., high school Friday, the day before he officially kicks off his re-election campaign.
As part of his continued efforts to woo younger voters, President Obama will squeeze in a talk to students and parents at an Arlington, Va., high school Friday, one day before he officially kicks off his re-election campaign at rallies at universities in Ohio and Virginia.