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    New school, new beginnings

    To seniors, the layout of WJ is as simple as pie and they are already preparing themselves...

  • 50 Years Later
    50 years later: A WJ student who defied expectations

    When Norman Kiger set foot in Walter Johnson High School over 50 years ago, the school was...

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    WJ community invited to mosaic installation reception Tuesday, June 14

    Please join us for a reception celebrating the installation of the community mosaic commissioned by the Orange Wednesday Foundation on Tuesday, June 14, starting at 7:30 pm at WJ.  Artists Ali Mirsky and Rosana Azar designed the piece, and then guided students, friends and family members in the selection and placement of...

  • 50 Years Later
    50 years later: How basketball helped shape a medical career

    When Dr. Don Forrester was a sophomore at Walter Johnson High School, he played JV basketball. He continued with his high school basketball career, playing on varsity until his senior year. The basketball court is where he met a fellow student who, unbeknownst to Forrester, would set him on the path that would...

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  • Sports
    Different Roles, same goals

    Both scream with good intentions, both want the best for their team, both believe in their team,...

  • Sports
    Varsity Football plays their first home games of the year

    September 16 was the first home game of the season for the WJ football team, and the...

  • Baseball
    WJ athletics winds down despite historic year

    With WJ’s year in sports concluded, we can now look back on some awesome games and memorable seasons.  Fans saw improvements from many teams since last year, which is something to cherish in the years to come. Fall: In the fall, boys soccer put together another solid season.  They spent most of the year ranked...

  • Baseball
    WJ varsity baseball has early exit from playoffs

    The count is one ball, two strikes. First baseman senior Andrew Horick is at the plate. The score is 5-3, with B-CC leading in the bottom of the seventh inning. The pitch is thrown and is a called strike. The game is over, Horick slams his helmet, and subsequently, the door is slammed...

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