Wayland Student Press

  • February 13Wednesday, Feb. 26 will be an extra-early release day at 12:15 p.m.
  • February 13The Wayland Public Schools Foundation (WPSF) Annual Fundraiser is Saturday, May 2 from 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm at the Weston Golf Club
  • February 13Wayland World's Fair to take place at the Loker School on Saturday, March 28 from 1-3 pm
  • February 13WHSTE presents their Winter One-Act Play, Squirrel Girl Goes To College: A Squirrel Girl Play. Performances are Thursday, February 27 and Friday, February 28 at 7:00 pm, on the WHS MainStage. Tickets are $10 for Adults, and $5 for Students and Senior Citizens
  • February 11Tuesday, February 11, TEC will hold an information session regarding their summer internships. It will be held at the Wayland Free Public Library from 7-8 pm. Registration not required.
  • February 11To honor Black History Month, Power Club members will recite an important quote over the loudspeaker throughout the month
  • February 11Window Dance Ensemble informational meeting to take place Wednesday, 2/13 after school
  • February 6Submit ideas for the Monday Minute on our google form which is under "Broadcast"
  • February 6The construction site behind the school is closed to the public, no one should be on the turf or track until the construction fence is removed
  • February 6Climate Committee to host Valentine's Dance at 7:30 on Friday, 2/14

Gracie Corbett: I just love to do it

Gracie Corbett: I just love to do it

Charlie Moore

November 14, 2018

Whether students are pumping iron in the WHS weight room or training per a coach's instruction, students in Wayland partake in weightlifting for exercise, strength building or even physical therapy. However, for sophomore Gracie Corbett, weightlifting is a hobby that became a passion. Gracie Corb...

Lily Tardif: There was never a time I wanted to quit

Lily Tardif: There was never a time I wanted to quit

Christina Taxiarchis

October 31, 2018

Entering sophomore year has its perks. One is no longer a freshman but doesn't carry the responsibilities of a junior. For many, sophomore year is about finding a happy medium before stepping up to the plate to figure out where you belong in the coming years after high school. However, Senior Lily Tardif...

Michael Hopps: It teaches you to think a little differently

Michael Hopps: It teaches you to think a little differently

Caitlin Newton

October 29, 2018

Most math teachers are explaining how to write an equation or how to look at a graph and find the y-intercept. But, computer science teacher Michael Hopps teaches his students how to program using the Java language. Each of the five classes offered is structured around creating projects based on their...

Isabel Mishara: The biggest challenge is getting over your fears

Isabel Mishara: The biggest challenge is getting over your fears

Kevin Wang

October 12, 2018

In any sport, mastery of the body and mind is crucial. The athlete must attune to the far reaches of their physical and mental capacities to battle past the brink of exhaustion and through to the brink of victory. But for horseback riders like junior Isabel Mishara, the athlete must not only calibrate...

Girls’ varsity tennis team swings into new season (video)

Girls’ varsity tennis team swings into new season (video)

Naomi Lathan and Carly Camphausen

April 8, 2018

After winning the DII State Championship last year, the girls' tennis program looks forward to the new season.

Aly Raisman: I’m very passionate about creating change

Aly Raisman: I’m very passionate about creating change

Janani Gandhi

March 26, 2018

While Olympic gymnast and Needham resident Aly Raisman rose to star status for her difficult gymnastics routines and Olympic medals, these days, she has been making headlines for different reasons. She published her memoir recently and has since been routinely speaking out about sexual abuse, particu...

Shawn Bernier: It’s hard being an African American and transgender, because it’s double odds against you in society

Shawn Bernier: It’s hard being an African American and transgender, because it’s double odds against you in society

Charlie Moore

March 20, 2018

Everyone struggles in some way in middle school, from relationships and friendships, to hormones and homework. For current sophomore Shawn Bernier, add the stress of coming out to your friends, family and peers as transgender. In seventh grade, Bernier began his transition from a female to a male....

Daniel Ryu: You just have to work at it

Daniel Ryu: You just have to work at it

Nathan Zhao

March 1, 2018

With the workload and time commitment of high school, few high school students actively maintain YouTube channels. Yet sophomore Daniel Ryu has been uploading videos to the popular video-sharing site for the past three years, and for the past year, he has dedicated the channel to comedic singing videos....

Junior Reneé Case takes a new approach to prom dresses

Junior Reneé Case takes a new approach to prom dresses

Abby Mitty and Hailey Robinson

February 15, 2018

Three months before prom, most juniors have barely begun their preparations for the big night. However, junior Reneé Case has already started designing and buying materials for the prom dresses she is creating for her peers. At the moment, Case is busy creating a dress for junior Teresa Hank Gomez in...

Vadim Trubetskoy: When I’m climbing, there are no boundaries, no societal norms and no need to conform

Vadim Trubetskoy: When I’m climbing, there are no boundaries, no societal norms and no need to conform

Jay Abdella

February 14, 2018

Many students have hobbies that take them in and out of school. But for senior Vadim Trubetskoy, his hobby takes him to the highest places in the world. Trubetskoy will partake in a month-long journey to climb Mount Denali in Alaska this spring. If completed, Trubetskoy will be one of the youngest peo...

Artist of the Week: Veja Kazlas

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 and shakes her hand out from the cramps. The temporary pain of cramping is well worth the reward...

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