• April 12WSPN wins NSPA Online Pacemaker Award
  • March 21WSPN wins 2021 Gold Crown Award from the CSPA
  • March 11WHS to go back to fully in-person school on Tuesday, April 27.
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  • October 16Wayland High School to offer free lunches for all students for the entire 2020-2021 school year

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Pictured above is the 2018 Massachusetts Eastern Senior District Orchestra. Senior Rachel Chau shakes the conductor's hand at the end of the concert, in which she served as concertmaster. “I love to play because music is kind of a universal language, and [one] that everyone can understand and pick up on. [Also], you can communicate different ideas and messages through sound,” Chau said.

Artist of the Month: Rachel Chau

Christina Taxiarchis and Hailey Robinson February 26, 2019

During their education at Wayland Public Schools, students have the choice to pick up a string instrument when entering third grade. Most students who choose to play an instrument don’t continue past...

Artist of the month: Shuyu Zhang

Christina Taxiarchis and Jessica Reilly January 15, 2019

While many WHS students partake in a variety of art classes during high school, very few take the craft seriously. Senior Shuyu Zhang learned to love the art of painting when she began in eighth grade....

Freshman Sammy Janoff, December's Artist of the Month, sings to the audience. “As a kid, I did a lot of community theatre and it was always an interest of mine because it combined the three things I really enjoyed doing: acting, singing, and dancing,” Janoff said.

Artist of the Month: Sammy Janoff

Christina Taxiarchis December 7, 2018

At a young age, freshman Sammy Janoff discovered that acting was going to play a large role in her life. A big part of growing up involves figuring out one's interests. While some gravitate towards coloring,...

A piece created by senior Gabby Fargnoli. Fargnoli, who has had an interest in Mixed Media from a young age, hopes to pursue her passion after high school. “I think the [work] that I am most proud of would have to be a really, really big piece in eighth grade,

Artist of the Month: Gabby Fargnoli

Christina Taxiarchis and Hailey Robinson October 29, 2018

Throughout their high school careers, students at WHS have to participate in at least one year of art to graduate. However, most people drop the class after finishing the requirement. Only a small percentage...

Pictured above is junior Sophia Schroeder playing at a WHS jazz band concert.

Artist of the Month: Sophia Schroeder

Eden Vanslette and Carly Camphausen March 8, 2018

Music has been a passion for junior Sophia Schroeder since her early years, dating all the way back to elementary school. After Schroeder discovered that she didn’t like the violin, her father encouraged...

“I try to draw myself in very realistic and unidealized ways. It's very therapeutic,

Artist of the Week: Marjorie Ladas

Emma Nallet February 13, 2018

Art is more than a simple hobby for senior Marjorie Ladas, it is a childhood passion. In preschool, she liked doodling in her notebooks. Today, she creates all sorts of watercolor paintings and illustrations...

PIctured above is a perspective piece by senior Veja Kazlas. The subject of the picture is senior Valerie Abalaka.

Artist of the Week: Veja Kazlas

Julia Callini January 8, 2018

A senior sits at the expansive art table with a piece of paper in front of her. Her hand curls around a colored pencil, in need of a sharpening from all of its use. Finally, she looks up from her drawing...

Will Danforth has been singing since a very young age, and he wants to pursue singing in college.

Artist of the Week: Will Danforth

Caitlin Newton December 6, 2017

Danforth soloed in the T-Tones' medley of Slow Dancing in a Burning Room by John Mayer and Die a Happy Man by Thomas Rhett. For more Wayland A Cappella videos, check out their Youtube channel here. Will...

Strehle enjoys playing the ukelele to accompany her singing during the summertime.

Artist of the Week: Lizzie Strehle

Lily Tardif November 21, 2017

Beaconed by monotone voices, student’s footsteps fall silently inside the practice room. After clearing her throat, freshman Lizzie Strehle begins to sing. Her voice rings loud and fills the room. A...

“I’ve been drawing since I was 5 or 6. I used to draw trees and cars, but now I just do abstract,” Tilley said. Above is one of his favorite pieces that he’s created.

Artist of the Week: Sam Tilley

Caroline Raymond and Caitlin Newton November 14, 2017

Senior Sam Tilley sits during class, his pen creating dark lines on the paper. Typically, he draws in black and white, and his drawings are abstract. Tilley’s passion for drawing began when he was little,...

Above is one of Lindsay’s favorite pieces of art. One that she created with acrylic paint.

Artist of the Week: Lindsay Jacobs

Lily Tardif November 1, 2017

Senior Lindsay Jacobs has been creating art for as long as she can remember. What started out as painting with her family has turned into one of her favorite pastimes. Crafts with her family fostered a...

Above, in the top left, Sin is playing the violin in Honors Chamber Orchestra.

Artist of the Week: Megan Sin

Tamira English October 17, 2017

The number of students that participate in orchestra has drastically dwindled since elementary school. However, sophomore Megan Sin, a seven-year violinist, is one of few students continuing to fully...

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