Academic Center teacher Barbara Wolfson has taught at Wayland High School for eight years. At the end of this school year, she has decided to enter retirement.Read more »
When did you first decide you wanted to go on the trip? Freshman Julia Treese: I first decided in seventh or eighth grade when the students who had gone on previous trips came and showed us pictures during Chinese class. They told us how fun it was. Freshman Edmond Giang: I first decided after th...
On Tuesday, June 7th Holocaust survivor Marion Bluementhal Lazan spoke to WHS about her story.Read more »
Sophomore Julia Broomer was announced as the winner of the Freedom Prize Essay Contest. Her paper addressed the question, "Should the United States commit “boots on the ground” to combat ISIS?” Broomer was presented with the prize during the Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 30.Read more »
As part of the Live Out Loud’s homecoming project, Michael Gentilucci returned to Wayland to talk with the GSA after school on June 6. Gentilucci, a member of the WHS class of 2009, has worked for companies such as IMAX and NBCUniversal and Viacom.Read more »
Student Council advisors Jared Walsh and Charlene Bishop are implementing a mandatory contract for Student Council members next year. The decision to make this contract coincided with the recent election for next year’s Student Council officers and eboard members.Read more »
WHS' class of 2016 viewed the movie "Escalation," which portrays an abusive relationship, as part of senior week last week.Read more »
Sunday’s graduation ceremony for the class of 2016 will be held inside the WHS field house instead of on the WHS football field due to a forecast of rain. Principal Allyson Mizoguchi announced the change in an email to the student body and parents Friday night. In the email, Mizoguchi said that...
Coach Adam Hughes will teach a new class next year. Students will learn skills to improve leadership.Read more »
The Wayland High School Film Festival will take place this Friday at 6 p.m. in the WHS theater, featuring the work of both the Honors Script To Screen class and the Honors Dramatic Arts class. Ticket prices are $1 for WHS seniors, $5 for other students, free for teachers and $10 for general admission....