Frank plays a piece on her violin in Blair's courtyard.
Selama Tesfamariam with Michael Zick, head of the SGA.
How much parental involvement is just right?
Blair student Axelle draws a beautiful gray scale portrait.
The first place work of art was a multicolored bowl.
A few honorable mentions were handed out, such as this black and white skull.
After AP tests, many classes do fun activities to keep students engaged.
Ceramic students made flower pots into faces, which held different types of grass to represent hair.
There were works made out of many different mediums, including photographs on wood.
There were also many representations of real world animals displayed in the show.
Junior Joey Merrill throws a pitch as his teammates look on.
Juniors Joshua Dominguez and Sebastien Kraft watch the game from the sides.
Junior Uro Lyi waits on the line to be subbed in.
Sophomore Calvin Bruwelhide waits for a pass as he pushes further up the field.
A Blazer gets ready to bat.
The Blair varsity softball team had a successful season, with 12 wins and 5 losses.
Juniors Natalie Daly and Maggie Gray cheer on their teammates during a game.
After a win, Andrew Komo congratulates his teammate.
Blair's pitcher makes a strong throw to bypass the other team.
Quick reflexes are also necessary to play a good game.
Even when playing doubles, tennis requires a lot of reaching to get the ball.
The team's successful season was filled with excitement and action.
Blair's Tennis team did have a good season, winning 7 games and losing 4.
The team works to impress the judges with their strength and grace.
Junior Emily Fox show off her flexibility during her floor routine.
The Green Club fundraises for the World Wildlife Fund.
Jasmine Scott gets a surprise promposal during math class on Thursday.
Second baseman Zach Dunne throws to first.
Second baseman Zach Dunne throws to first base.
Blazers practice their skateboarding skills during their free period.
Blair's Girl Up Club sells Girl Hero candy grams at lunch to support girls' education around the world.
Girl Up held a bake sale in an effort to fundraise money towards girls in need.
Kaia Lenhart and Mikaela Ferrill speak at Blair's Girl Up meeting.
Isabel Present and Anna Barth work on their short documentary about a murder that is set to air on the next episode of SilverLens.
Blazers in math class take advantage of Pi Day to do a fun activity involving circles and skittles.
Senior Suad Mohamud, one of the leaders of No Labels, introduces the guest speakers.
An important topic discussed was how to handle potential immigration raids.
This immigration forum served to provide interested students with information about the recent executive orders and immigration raids.
Musician Emmanuel Jal spoke to Blair students in an assembly during fourth period about his trauma as a child soldier, as well as advice to stay motivated.
Jal invited students to dance with him up on stage during his closing out song.
Students in Mr. Verock's Ceramics Class make wall planters with organic designs.
Emmanuel Jal, former child soldier, came to Blair to speak and perform.
Amy Forsbacka, Cole Greenberg, and Gilda Geist paint mudcloths in World History.
Sara Temple dribbles around the opposing team.
The players get excited to play a great game.
Aissatou Bokoum wins the tip off to begin the game.
Redskins jerseys are a common site at Blair and other MCPS schools.
Coach Melvin Terry advises Tori Brezell before she rolls her ball.
Abigail Dawit measures her substances during biology class as her partner, Rahele Eshete, looks on.
Sara Temple made a big impact in the matchup with Magruder.
Coach Terry shows Junior Tori Brezell the best way to throw the ball.
This week's top ten tweets feature the inauguration, the women's march, and Russell Westbrook.
Junior Raul Gonzales eyes the yellow ball before he throws his ball.
With her sign in front of the Capitol, a woman emphasizes the rhetoric of rape culture in our country.
Marchers crowd the metro, feeding slowly up the escalators.
Senior Lauren Frost follows through on a three point attempt.
Blair cheerleaders kick and shout to pump up the crowd at the girls varsity basketball game.
Lauren Frost makes a three pointer.
Nisa Baig holds up a newly made bracelet in girl-up club.
Junior Sara Temple guards the ball.
Marc Monteil takes a fastbreak to the hoop.
Sara Temple jumps to block a WJ pass.
Junior Iyanu Bishop leads a diversity workshop.
From the left: Reince Priebus, Steve Bannon, Jeff Sessions and James Mattis.
We started with a red paperclip and traded it for a mechanical pencil.
The big crowd around one of the tables cheers as a winner of the pumpkin pie eating contest is announced.
Students gather on the football field to peacefully protest the presidential-elect.
Protesters hold up signs denouncing presidential-elect Trump.
Shima Abdullah, Nisa Baig, and Suraya Mohamud listen to a speaker at the No Labels diversity workshop.
Students hold up signs protesting Trump's policies on immigration
Blair sophomore Maddy Merrill rushes to steal the ball back from WJ.
Blair's Poms strike a pose when they complete their halftime dance.
Blair junior Elaine Suh makes a run for the goal.
Senior Nika Seider beats her defender to a loose ball.
Juniors Alix Swann and Leila Jackson give Kill Bill a try.
Captain Jordi Long led the Blazers to victory on senior night.
The Blazers dominated in the 2016 homecoming game.
Blair's Poms strike a pose when they complete their halftime dance.
A Blair player with his teammates to get around the opposition.
A group of friends shows their spirit for their school.
Blair cheerleaders try to get the crowd even more enthusiastic than they already are.
Daisy Yu and Christine Cho do Red Out a couple of days early to show how dedicated they are to Blair.
Carly Beck and Mekailah Jackson dress in sun dresses to match.
Mr. Cauley shows off his spirit with two students.
Three blazers (Niarah Jackson, Jennifer Garcia, and Theresa Guirand) show off their superhero costumes and makeup. Look closely at the eye shadow in the middle!
Henristote Okombi battles a Whitman player for possession.
Senior Alex Sarri-Tobar runs after a loose ball.
Blair has started providing free dinner for students after school.
Students wait in line for dinner after school.
Cross country runners show off their Hawaiian gear while taking a nap during lunch.
Students pass the extra time they have at lunch by playing football.
After Blair student, Glenda Hernandez, passed away last week, a wall was dedicated for students to memorialize her.
The team huddles during half-time.
The Blazers try to keep the ball away from B-CC players.
Look in the bottom left corner of this year's agenda book, and you might find a surprise!
One of several plausible locations for Gahart's next strike.
Sophomore Addie McDonough readies to enter the game.
Senior Nika Seider chases after a lose ball.
The varsity field hockey team huddles during a match between B-CC.