• November 30WHSTE to host drive-in family movie night in the Claypit Hill parking lot on Thursday, Dec. 17 and Friday, Dec. 18
  • November 30WHS confirms sixth positive case of COVID-19 on Sunday, Nov. 29
  • November 2Gov. Charlie Baker issues new 10 P.M. - 5 A.M. curfew for all Massachusetts residents starting on Friday, Nov. 6
  • 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
  • October 5Freshmen guidance seminars to begin on Wed. Oct. 7
  • October 5Mayor Marty Walsh announced that Boston has reentered the red category of COVID-19 infections as of Oct. 2
  • October 5Hybrid learning scheduled to begin on Oct. 19

Wayland Student Press

Stress management for high school seniors

The college process can be overwhelming. Are stressed-out seniors paying the price? (Photo Illustration: Jake Adelman and Riley Starr/WSPN)
Brianna Fay December 1, 2011

With college application deadlines just around the corner, there are still CommonApps to finish and supplement essays to edit. Senior stress levels are higher than ever. The college process can be one...

Then and Now: How the college process has changed

(Photo illustration: /WSPN)
Brianna Fay November 30, 2011

Most teenagers will admit that, compared to their parents' generation, they’ve got it pretty good. Modern day technology like cellphones, laptops, video games, and even things we consider basic necessities...

Seniors respond to college interview questions

Seniors respond to college interview questions
Jake Adelman November 30, 2011

This report is part of the in-depth story, College applications consume seniors.

Tracie Dunn looks to inspire young artists

(Credit: Alex Erdekian/WSPN)
Brianna Fay November 20, 2011

If you take any fine arts classes, chances are you’ve run into Wayland High School’s new visual arts teacher, Tracie Dunn. Dunn teaches a variety of art classes including Art 1, metalworks and...

Wayland based quartet hopes to spread power of music

(Photo illustration: Jake Adelman/WSPN)
Brianna Fay November 16, 2011

As the cello quartet Shades of Red serenades their listeners with an arrangement of a Schubert piece, it’s clear they are not beginners. More impressive than their playing technique however, is their...

Zhao tries her hand at painting

(Credit: Whitney Halperin/WSPN)
Brianna Fay November 8, 2011

Although freshman Olivia Zhao is new this year, people already know her for what she loves to do: painting and drawing. From a Facebook photo album labeled “My Art” to making drawings for friends,...

Kiefer spreads bread in Astley’s honor

(Photo Illustration: Connie Yoon/WSPN)
Brianna Fay November 3, 2011

Out of the rubble and ruin of September 11, 2001, Juliette Fay and Karen Kiefer were inspired to start an organization called Spread the Bread, a non-profit that gives bread to local firefighters,...

Once a warrior, always a warrior

Test your knowledge on Wellness Department Director Scott Parseghian.
Jackson Hubbell October 30, 2011

After receiving their diplomas, one of the last things on students' minds is returning to Wayland High School. Over the years, Wayland High School graduates Scott Parseghian, Sean Chase, Sam Breslin,...

Meet the Freshmen (Class of 2015)

Meet the Freshmen (Class of 2015)
ebarber (Editor Account) September 19, 2011

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WHS welcomes exchange student, Hadrien Symon

WHS welcomes exchange student, Hadrien Symon
Matthew Gutschenritter September 17, 2011

This year, Wayland High School welcomes Hadrien Symon, an international exchange student from Brussels, Belgium. Hadrien came to Wayland through AFS Intercultural Programs, and is being hosted by Zoe...

Ten Years Later: Remembering Jane Louise Simpkin

The bench outside the library on the patio is dedicated in honor of Jane Louise Simpkin, a Wayland High School alumna who was killed in the 9/11 attacks.
ebarber (Editor Account) September 11, 2011

To some it's a mystery, to others a sad reminder, but to the mother and sister of Jane Louise Simpkin, the bench in the quad outside the Arts Building at Wayland High School is a time capsule to a...

Ten Years Later: Oneschuk and Halperin perform taps

Ten Years Later: Oneschuk and Halperin perform taps
ebarber (Editor Account) September 11, 2011

To honor the victims of September 11th, 2001 attacks, Wayland High School band director Joe Oneschuk and WHS senior Erik Halperin played "Taps." They played four times, each time corresponding with one...

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