Washington International School

Colegio Internacional de Washington
Ecole Internationale de Washington


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Valentine's Day concluded on a sweet note for the Boys Middle School Basketball team; the players worked well together to pull off a 42-37 win to earn the PVAC Championship. Well done Red Devils!

Congratulations as well to the Middle School Girls Basketball for a good effort in the quarterfinal round.

The WIS swim team is open to all middle and upper school students. Practices will begin Tuesday, November 29 and end February 23Practices take place Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 AM at the Lab School located at 4759 Reservoir Rd NW. A WIS bus transports swimmers from the pool to Tregaron after practices.

There are several meets throughout the season, both developmental and competitive. Swimmers who practice with another team are eligible and encouraged to swim in the WIS meets. Contact coach Sue Tusing at tusing@wis.edu for further details.

The Boys Varsity Soccer team had an exciting week of playoff games for the DCSAA state title:

  • In the quarter-finals against Gonzaga, the game ended in a 1-1 tie after overtime. WIS won 4-2 in the penalty kick round.
  • The semi-final game against St. Albans stood at 0-0 after overtime. WIS won 5-4 in the penalty kick round.
  • During the final, neither WIS nor opponent Bell scored during regular play. Just 30 seconds into overtime, WIS scored on a penalty kick, winning 1-0. Read the Washington Post article about the victory and watch a TV interview recapping the season. 

Congratulations to the team and coaches for an excellent season!

Each week MaxPreps receives nominations for Players of the Week and then publishes the results online. So far this season, three WIS soccer players have been recognized. Congratulations Angela, Pablo and Val!

After a heart-breaking overtime loss to St. Albans in the 2015 DCSAA championships, our Boys Varsity players had their eye on the September 16 re-match against St. Albans. The Washington Post covered the WIS win and the Northwest Current published a front-page picture and a long story

Our Girls Varsity Volleyball team, which enjoyed a successful season, earning two PVAC banners and an invitation to the DCSAA Tournament, was also featured in two NW Current articles.

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