• 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

Students use MyHometownLink to search for summer jobs

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Kruti Vora June 7, 2011

Many Wayland students have begun taking advantage of a new employment resource, MyHometownlink. The only problem is that local adults aren't utilizing the site. MyHometownLink was created by Wellesley,...

Alumni launch their own start-ups

Hold My Coat (left) and George Guest (right) are businesses founded and run by WHS alumni. Hold My Coat was founded by Max Gredinger and George Guest was founded by Alex Schultz and George Keeler. (Photo illustration: Matthew Gutschenritter/WSPN)
Matthew Gutschenritter June 2, 2011

After graduation, many students hope to attend college, earn a degree and find a job. However, three Wayland High School alumni took a slightly different path. Alex Schultz, George Keeler and Max Gredinger...

Civic action projects empower students

Civic action projects empower students
Kruti Vora June 1, 2011

Standing in front of one of his Honors U.S. History classes, history teacher Daniel Gavin posed the question, “What is the goal of learning, you know, what’s the goal of school?” The 21 juniors in...

Dylan Sullivan vaults above the norm

(Photo Credit: Aaron Kano-Bower/WSPN)
Kruti Vora May 19, 2011

Senior Dylan Sullivan lives two lives. On an imaginary scale from sports jock to computer nerd, he manages to fit into both extremes without anything in between. A state champion pole vaulter and avid...

Gender gap appears in honors courses

Gender gap appears in honors courses
Matthew Gutschenritter May 13, 2011

For decades there has been a stereotype that boys are more successful than girls in math and science but that girls have the edge when it comes to the humanities. At Wayland High School, this stereotype...

Caradonna to perform capstone piano recital

Senior Tim Caradonna warms up on Wayland High School's grand piano. (Courtesy: WHS Fine Arts)
Kruti Vora May 9, 2011

Tim Caradonna stepped up to the piano and sat down with butterflies in his stomach. Anxiously, he started playing Bach’s Minuet in G and realized, “Oh, this isn’t so bad.” He stood up from...

From Wayland to Washington, D.C.

From Wayland to Washington, D.C.
Matthew Gutschenritter April 16, 2011

Claire Reade, like many young teens, didn't know what career she wanted to pursue when she attended Wayland High School in the late 1960s. At Wayland, Reade took an interest in Latin and foreign language...

2011 reflects on experiences during final days

2011 reflects on experiences during final days
David Ryan April 16, 2011

Chappell: an oar, a paintbrush, a camera

Senior Catherine Chappell stands on the dock at Lake Cochituate where she practices with the Wayland-Weston crew team. (Credit: Elaine Hunt/WSPN)
Matthew Gutschenritter April 16, 2011

Whether she’s holding an oar, a paintbrush or a camera, senior Catherine Chappell pushes herself to the limit. “When you’re going to do something, you have to put everything you have into...

WHS swimmers teach strokes to K-8 METCO students (33 photos)

WHS swimmers teach strokes to K-8 METCO students (33 photos)
Matthew Gutschenritter April 10, 2011

[monoslideshow id="94"] Wednesdays after-school a group of WHS swimmers head over to the Wayland Community Pool to work with a group of METCO students in grades K-8 with varying swimming abilities. The...

Between Beams: an update on construction progress (40 Photos)

Between Beams: an update on construction progress (40 Photos)
David Ryan March 31, 2011

For those that haven't seen campus lately, and even those who have, a select few have seen some of the progress on the other side of the fence dividing campus. As construction crews work to renovate the...

Chiropractor’s displays brighten town center

Local chiropractor Matthew Cooper poses with his Super Bowl themed dummy. (Credit: Oliver Levin/WSPN)
mwang March 22, 2011

While travelling down Route 126 in Wayland's town center, most drivers see the relatively standard traffic light and the handful of small shops and offices that line the streets. However, last October,...

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