The official student newspaper of Walter Johnson High School

The Pitch

The official student newspaper of Walter Johnson High School

The Pitch

The official student newspaper of Walter Johnson High School

The Pitch

Pasion Latino practices their dance performance after school on the auditorium stage. Im very excited to show what weve prepared to the school, senior Luis Andres Munoz said.

Clubs prepare for Hispanic/Latin Cultural Assembly

Allison Xu, Online Editor-in-Chief
November 14, 2023
Sophomore Anna Jhon (left) and senior Erin Kim (right) advocate for the incorporation of free AP and IB Exams into the Montgomery County Public Schools budget at the County Council in Rockville on April 13.

Student advocates raise their voices for change

Allison Xu, Online Editor-in-Chief
October 20, 2023
Third period students get competitive as they participate in a “guess the finger spelling word” game as their weekly “Fun Friday” game. The winning team of the game gets a prize, which contains all kinds of snacks from Dum Dums to Gatorade. “They are really fun and help me practice my signing,” junior Dan Yaniv said.

Kiara Campbell strives to spread ASL community

Abby Kee, Print News Editor
September 29, 2023
Allison Ewing, new AP Psych teacher, lectures her seventh period class. Ewing has taught for 17 years and came to WJ to make her commute easier.

New WJ faculty adds to community

Zoe Ottenritter, Online Feature Editor
September 19, 2023
New students and freshmen are especially eager to see the variety of clubs WJ has to offer and sign up for multiple clubs such as Crochet Club. 
I am ecstatic for a new year of Crochet Club and to teach new students how to crochet so many things, especially the squares which we donate to charity when finished, senior co-president Emma Burlina said.

Endless opportunities shine through the club fair

Lily Fisher, Senior Feature Editor
September 13, 2023
The AP Drawing students spend the last two weeks of their school year doing multiple bike studies in different mediums such as ink, charcoal and graphite. The final project was supposed to be a collage of the different bicycles put together.

How AP classes wind down after exams

Rhea Noumair, Opinion assistant editor and illustrator
June 15, 2023
A student walks through the airport doors ready to board his flight. Many students around the world choose to take a year off before college to travel for other learning opportunities and experiences.

Gap years, expanding your horizons

Lily Fisher, Print Feature Editor
June 14, 2023
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