• March 21WSPN wins 2021 Gold Crown Award from the CSPA
  • March 11WHS to go back to fully in-person school on Tuesday, April 27.
  • January 21Order your 2021 yearbook! Use the link https://www.yearbookordercenter.com
  • October 16Students can now purchase their parking passes for $100
  • October 16Wayland High School to offer free lunches for all students for the entire 2020-2021 school year

Wayland Student Press

Join WSPN’s Izzy Poole-Evans as she reviews the best video games to play during quarantine.

Video Game Review: Dadish

Izzy Poole-Evans April 9, 2021

Dadish was released on Feb. 11 for iOS, Nintendo Switch, Android and PC. Dadish combines parenting and dungeon crawling in a colorful, 8-bit inspired style that mixes mind numbing segments with genuinely...

Senior Meghan Flathers altered a newspaper in an artistic way with her piece “Altered Newspaper #1.

Gallery: MAEA recognizes five WHS students, awards two

Isabella Ciasullo April 6, 2021

Art students from grades 9 to 12 across Massachusetts submitted their work to the Massachusetts Amazing Emerging Artists Recognitions Exhibit (MAEA) in hopes of being honored. If their work was chosen,...

Fashionistas of the Month: Jasmine Fu and Ami/e Ghosh

Fashionistas of the Month: Jasmine Fu and Ami/e Ghosh

Izzy Poole-Evans April 2, 2021

Fashionistas of the Month: March Edition Name: Ami/e Ghosh Grade: Sophomore Favorite store: "Thred-up. It's an online thrift store and the website interface is a nightmare but they have...

Join WSPN’s Izzy Poole-Evans as she reviews the best video games to play during quarantine.

Video Game Review: Hades

Izzy Poole-Evans April 2, 2021

Hades was released on PC and Nintendo Switch last Sept. 17. Hades is a dungeon-crawling, hack-and-slash game with aspects of roleplaying. You might be able to tell by looking at the title that Hades focuses...

WHSTE rehearses for their winter one-act plays. Many of the same students will soon start rehearsing for WHSTE's next project,

The show must go on: WHSTE stages a revue in lieu of annual musical

Nandhana Nair April 1, 2021

Auditions for “Spongebob: The Musical'' took place in late January. However, after much research and reasoning, WHSTE decided to cancel the show. Instead of the usual musical, the group proposed a new...

Artist of the Month: Amelie Martin

Artist of the Month: Amelie Martin

Nandhana Nair April 1, 2021

Sophomore Amelie Martin found her passion for the violin when she was 4 years old. Throughout her 11 year music career, Martin has performed numerous pieces including her five favorites. She plans to continue...

WHSTE performs two separate one-act plays (video)

Genevieve Morrison and Charlotte Thirman March 31, 2021

On March 18, 19 and 20, 2021, the Wayland High School Theater Ensemble performed two separate one-act plays. Love Alone was performed in the theater, and The Tempest was in the courtyard. During rehearsals,...

WSPN's Genevieve Morrison discusses how

Movie Review: Promising Young Woman

Genevieve Morrison March 30, 2021

"Promising Young Woman" is a black comedy revenge thriller that exposes modern rape culture. The protagonist, Cassie, goes to bars alone, pretending to be drunk to lure men to assault her just before revealing...

Join WSPN’s Izzy Poole-Evans as she reviews the best video games to play during quarantine.

Video Game Review: Friday Night Funkin’

Izzy Poole-Evans March 26, 2021

Friday Night Funkin' (FNF) was released in Nov. 2020 for the PC. It's available to download or simply play in a browser tab. FNF is a single-player rhythm game, meaning a big part of it is hand-eye coordination,...

At the end of the play, Helen Warren, played by senior Cal Russell, finally builds up the courage to look through her late wife's hospital bag. This scene was extremely impactful for the many who watched it.

WHSTE performs Love Alone

Nandhana Nair and Jessie Feist March 25, 2021

WHSTE performed Deborah Salem Smith’s “Love Alone” through live stream last Thursday, March 18 and, Friday, March 19. “Love Alone” tells the story of Helen Warren and her daughter Clementine...

When the pandemic hit, the TEDx Core team was initially discouraged, as it was uncertain if they could still host the TEDxYouth event. However, the TEDx Core team, speakers and coaches persevered and adapted. “We took a pause on planning during the beginning of quarantine but then began hosting our group meetings via Zoom,” senior Aydan McGah said. “We then decided we had to record all of the talks on video in order to hold a virtual viewing of them. We mapped out a timeline for the speakers in order for them to be ready for the recordings, and we set up an outdoor recording space at my house. We created a large TEDx sign and set up lights to make an appealing video background.”

Beneath the Surface: TEDxYouth Webinar gives students a forum to voice what they cannot on social media

Isabella Ciasullo March 20, 2021

The TEDx Core team believes that the upcoming TEDxYouth event will be an opportunity for WHS to showcase the voices and stories of its students. Senior Aydan McGah was inspired by her mother, who organized...

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