Sorensen Programs

HSLP 2018: Day 15

Reported by: Fyzah Islam, Charles J. Colgan Sr. High School, and Reagan Lawson, Patrick County High School

HSLP 2018: Day 14

Reported by: Jack Holt, Washington-Lee High School David Lim, Douglass S. Freeman High School

HSLP 2018: Day 13

Reported by: Leo Hickey, Frank W. Cox High School, and Neel Mandapati, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology

After a long field trip to Richmond the previous day, we woke up ready to tackle today’s challenge. Instead of a normal day which would consist of class and a few guest speakers, we played the Budget Game. The Budget Game was somewhat similar to the Senate Simulation in that we broke up into groups to perform individual tasks and then came together, however this time we separated into a House and a Senate.

HSLP 2018: Day 12

Reported by: Carson Martin, Lord Botetourt High School and Knaide Green, Maggie L. Walker
Governor’s School

HSLP 2018: Day 11

Reported by: Frankie Garner, Warwick High School, and Jack Padberg, Forest Park High School

This morning had an abrupt start when a fire alarm went off in the middle of the night. We continued on with our night's sleep. Our day of classes started when Ms. Falgiano gave us a lesson on public speaking before our array of speakers for the day.

HSLP 2018: Day 10

Reported by: Emma Desmond, Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School, and Bas Philipsen, Hampton Roads Academy

HSLP 2018: Day 6

Reported by: Andreas Borgh Potomac Falls High School and Pooja Tanjore, Rock Ridge High School

HSLP 2018: Day 9

Reported by: Celina Ryan, The Potomac School and Maxwell Clegg, Washington-Lee High School

This morning, the Sorensen High School Leaders Program began the day with brunch and the World Cup. We watched France defeat Croatia to start off our day ( VIVE LE FRANCE). Afterward, we split into three random groups to play a fun game. The game was a type of charades, but instead of never being able to talk, we decreased the number of words we could say from 3 to 0 every round.  

HSLP 2018: Day 8

Reported By: Emily Carder, Douglas S. Freeman High School and Adam Sachs, Maggie Walker Governor's School