New name, new look: Va.’s Justice High reveals new logo

The new logo. (Courtesy of Fairfax County Public Schools)

WASHINGTON — The principal at the recently rechristened Justice High School has made their new logo public.

J.E.B. Stuart High Principal Penny Gros, whose school was renamed Justice High School by the Fairfax County School Board in October 2017, released the image on the Fairfax County Public School website.

Students selected the school mascot, the Wolves, in January. The Virginia-based graphic design company Startte created multiple images at no cost for use on apparel, print and electronic formats.

The school name change must be officially implemented no later than the start of the 2019-2020 school year.

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