When this year’s student schedules first became available in August, many WHS students who sing in the school’s three a cappella groups noticed something that stood out when they scrolled through their new classes. For these students, a new class had appeared in their schedules, titled A Cappella. Until...
WSPN's Natalie Hsu looks at WHS students' tastes in music.Read more »
WSPN takes a look at the presence of art in the WHS community.Read more »
The 2016 Wayland High School Film Festival announced its award winners. WayCam executive director Jim Mullane's honors script-to-screen class and fine arts department head Richard Weingartner's honors dramatic arts class created the three films from which a panel of teachers, WHS alumni, and audience member...
WHS a cappella groups performed in their final concert of the year outside in the courtyard on Thursday.Read more »
Seniors Gabi Ragazzi and Nour Sayeh hosted a benefit concert for WHS alum Aurora Burgos, who was injured in a car accident earlier this year. Proceeds will go toward her medical expenses.Read more »
Window Dance Ensemble performed in their annual spring show.Read more »
Slam poets visited the high school to perform poetry for the student bodyRead more »
Wayland High School Theater Ensemble put on a student-written play titled "Waiting for the Train and Other Stories."Read more »
This spring, the Wayland High School Theatre Ensemble (WHSTE) presents “Waiting for the Train and Other Stories.” This original play, directed by Richard Weingartner, is about growing up and how one’s perspectives change as they get older. The cast wrote the production using prompts written by...
Amnesty International Club held its annual Coffee House in the commons last Friday. Attendees signed petitions against human rights abuses, and all proceeds went to the organization.Read more »