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About the Renaming: https://unityreedsalc.wixsite.com/oneofus/name-change
What it means to be One of Us: https://unityreedsalc.wixsite.com/oneofus/testemonials
On the site below, there is comprehensive information on everything about our school, a Virtual Tour (for Freshman Orientation), Student & Teacher testimonies, and more!
For our new school logo (seen at the top), we wanted to have a motto that the Unity Reed family can be proud of. Juncta Juvant means "Strength Through Unity" in Latin. Students and Staff supported this motto because it represents the community of our school as well as the essence of the lion and its pride.
Here at Unity Reed, we have a diverse student and staff body as well as a diverse and rigorous academic curriculum. Our school is constantly evolving to meet the needs of our students and the future needs of our society.
We are a community of 2,600+ students and staff who are part of the Raider family. Students in our specialty programs will tell you how passionate they are about what they are doing. Our sports teams, clubs, and SALC are exemplary of school pride and student engagement. Here at Stonewall, we have immense pride in our diversity. SALC paints beautiful and inspiring murals on the walls. We have cultural events full of music, food, and dancing. Stonewall students can participate in the Origin Project, which celebrates our backgrounds in a display of art and words.
At Reed, there is a sport, club, or group for everybody. When you step into our doors, you become "One of Us". That the motto that drives hundreds of upperclassmen to guide incoming freshman and their families around the school. Here, the only thing you should expect, asides from unforgettable academic and extracurricular experiences, is the unexpected. Every year, it seems like a new club is formed, a new mural is painted, or a record is broken. Reed students are passionate about our school and fight for our family.
I genuinely miss Stonewall*. Honestly the best schools in PWC. Celebrated diversity, and had a student body that fought for, and continues to fight against injustice and inequity to this day
-Vincent Gorgone, Class of 2016
'What do I most value at Stonewall*? First, my students, both as individuals and as the diverse group they are. I admire their interests, ideas, questions, creativity, motivation, commitment to education, concern about and involvement with politics and the world order. (These qualities are reflected in my classroom ceiling, a mosaic of hand paintings done by my students over the years.) At Stonewall, students can become their best selves because of committed, caring, hard-working teachers, my wonderful colleagues--who provide academic challenges and practical experiences; who give help and support; who get to know you and become part of your life; who might inspire you to pursue further study and interesting careers and work of your own.
-Jacquelyn A. Fox-Good, English Teacher
Our school taught me the true meaning of diversity and just how special it is. When I was a student there was a club called Peer diversity that went around teaching fellow students the tru meaning of diversity. This club opened my eyes and set me on my path to getting a degree in social work! After I graduated, my father passed away and at his funeral, my old teachers and SJ* staff were there to support me and my family. This school is beyond special to me and I know that anyone who attends it will be left better for it. If you are thinking about going to SJ*, DO IT!
-Alexandra Habib, Class of 2015
I have never taught at a school where students adhere less to the rigidity of cliques and social groups; there is no one “popular” group. Students are much freer to be whomever they choose to be.
-Lori Sterne, English Teacher
Stonewall's* great environment, where we all unite to stand up for our beliefs, is very comforting, and it has allowed me to see the world in a different light. Our lives have been greatly impacted by the helpful teachers, the welcoming faculty and staff, and the wonderful friends and people that we are surrounded with everyday. Everyone is very supportive, especially in the rigorous IB courses.
-Christine Tran, Class of 2021
No matter where you go, high school plays a big part in shaping who you are. Looking back, I’m so happy I went to Stonewall* because my peers and teachers pushed me to become a more open-minded and considerate but also confident and independent individual. Not only will you grow personally, but you will understand the importance of community and playing your part to make the world a better place.
-Shireen Shah, Class of 2020
My experience at Stonewall Jackson* High School was nothing but extraordinary. SJ* is filled with passionate educators that want to see students succeed both inside and outside of the classroom. The IB Program fully prepared me for my coursework at the University of Virginia, and my experiences in various sports and honor societies provided me with valuable leadership and teamwork skills that I used when I served as the UVA Student Council President. Overall, SJ* fosters a great environment for learning, growth, and exploration. Once a Raider, always a Raider!
-Ellie Brasacchio, Class of 2016
*Before the renaming in June 2020
The IB Diploma Programme is for 11th and 12th grade students who are ready to begin collegiate level work. IBDP courses can earn students credits at university, demonstrate strength of schedule for college applications, and carry a weighted GPA. Students can have several levels of involvement, from being a full diploma candidate (taking and testing in 6 or more IB courses), achieving Reed IB Honors (taking and testing in at least 3 IB courses), or being an IB course candidate, in as few as just 1 IB course.
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The IB Career Programme is much like the Diploma Programme and involves the same course offerings, but it pairs two IBDP courses with a career-related study. This path is best for students who already have a career interest in leadership, the military, engineering, cosmetology, electricity, aviation maintenance, criminal justice, veterinary science, or business.
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Students develop skills in the installation, operation, maintenance, and repair of residential, commercial, and industrial electrical systems. They have the option to enter the job market directly or continue their studies via a college program, technical school, or apprenticeship program. Students completing the two-year electrical sequence have the opportunity to earn an industry credential (OSHA-500 Certification).
Reed's unit VA-20065 AFJROTC (Air Force Junior Recruit officer Training Corp) strives for excellence and is based on U.S Air Force Core Values, "Integrity first, service before self, and excellence in all we do." Cadets have no obligation to the military after high school. Rather, our main goal is to develop citizens of character and integrity.
Unity Reed High School is proud to partner with Prince William County Fire & Rescue to offer students Firefighting beginning in the 2020-2021 school year. Interested students must be 16 and complete the application.
The program combines traditional classroom instruction with blended field experience and requires students to complete and pass a physical examination before enrollment.
There are many reasons why you may choose a career in Cosmetology. Helping others look their best can result in a great feeling of personal fulfillment and accomplishment. If you enjoy helping your friends and family members style their hair or apply makeup consider doing this as a profession. A licensed Cosmetologist is always in demand regardless of the economy. A career in the field of Cosmetology is an excellent opportunity to earn high wages as a full time employee or as a flexible part time job.
The Aviation Maintenance Program at Unity Reed High School is a trade and industry specialty program on its own, but also can be used as a career-related study path for the IB Career Programme.
It is taught by a professional associated with the Aviation Institute of Maintenance.
Stonewall* is one of the most diverse and unique schools in the county. Our school is filled with people from all different agendas and backgrounds. Here at Stonewall*, faculty and students are a very close knit family which makes being in a classroom setting more comfortable for our students. Our various specialty programs offer a wide array of stellar career pathways which set students up for success going into the future. What I personally find the most distinctive about Stonewall is that our halls are filled with art work such as murals motivating others, spreading awareness, and quotes for everyone to look at throughout their day.
To upcoming students, I’d like to say you are the future. Get active and get involved in activities and clubs with whatever you have a passion for and be the change in your classes and community. Although the journey seems long, high school will fly bye. It is very vital that you stay organized, focused, and last but not least enjoy the ride as I know you are destined for greatness.
Note: Our boundaries will be changed starting in the 2021-2022 school year. Click the image above to access the future boundary map.
8820 Rixlew Lane, Manassas, VA 20109
Principal: Dr. Richard Nichols (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Speciality Program Coordinator: Katherine Hodgson (email@example.com)
Middle Years Program Coordinator: Alaina Lynard (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Career Program Coordinator: Jerome Hruska (email@example.com)
Director of Student Activities: Kevin Turner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The official school Twitter run by admin.
Our principal, Dr. Nichols, has been an educator at Stonewall for 25+ years!
The Student Activities Leadership Council is run by students. SALC organizes student events, such as homecoming and rallies.
Class Twitter of the Class of 2021.
Our Speciality Programs Coordinator, Mrs. Hodgson, posts all about Stonewall and IB.
Run by the Technical Education Dept.
Run by the Choir Dept.
Run by the PTSO.
Run by the Career Center. Resources for students such as scholarships and internships.
Sports not listed: Cross Country, Women's Soccer, Golf, Cheer, and Tennis
New SJHS Sports Website
Announcements and calendar
Official Twitter of Stonewall Athletics.
Boys and Girls Swim
Track and Field
Scroll to the top to see the full list of Stonewall clubs and student organizations.
Black Student Union
Spanish Honor Society
French Honor Society
Asian Students Association
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