Wildcat Tracks

Guest speaker Tom Thelen encourages students to ‘Be The Change’

Thelen goes through his three step guide to deal with bullying with help from student volunteers. PHOTO//Auditya Saligrama

November 5, 2016

By Holly Hardiman and Mingming Liang    Guest speaker Tom Thelen started off the special assembly with a creative demonstration on September 27. As he talked about the “baggage” that can weigh a victim of bullying down, he wheeled a piece of luggage back and forth on the auditorium stage. ...

Seniors share their favorite memories

Ramesh Nagarajah crowd surfing at the senior countdown. PHOTO/ Mark Curelop

May 31, 2016

By Carissa Thompson Throughout their time at WHS the seniors have had the opportunity to experience four years worth of sports, relationships, and memories. Before they bid their final farewells, a few seniors shared their fondest memories. The unbeatable experiences made through WHS sports teams are fresh ...

What can seniors expect at the overnight?

What can seniors expect at the overnight?

May 26, 2016

                      By Vivian Lehman  Shhh - it’s a secret… The senior class overnight is one of the most highly anticipated celebrations of a Weston student’s school career. But until every grad...

Graduating seniors offer advice to underclassmen

Seniors Clara Babbott-Ward and Catherine Argyrople on their last day of high school

May 26, 2016

    By Julia Kendall Seniors have weathered the storm that is high school, having successfully survived the college application process and standardized testing, not to mention the regular high school demands and drama. Looking back on achievements and regrets, several seniors offere...

Sailing smooth through gap year

Catherine Argyrople has taken prior trips to Asian countries, and she photographed this photo in Cambodia near Angkor Thom. PHOTO/ Catherine Argyrople

May 6, 2016

By Danielle Barenholtz  Four years of high school prepares students for the path ahead, but not all graduates choose to go straight to college. Senior Catherine Argyrople plans to attend Northeastern University, but not until she floats over some international waves. While many of her classmates will be settling ...

Spring Fling unites community

Sophomore Ariel Silverman was one of the students who volunteered at the dank tank in 2015. PHOTO/ Lauren Shin

March 18, 2016

By Julia Metraux and Grace Wang On April 30, WHS students will once again put smiles on kids’ faces through activities like face painting and the dunk tank at the annual spring fling event on the Weston Town Green. All proceeds made at Spring Fling will be donated to Camp No Limits. According to its website, Camp No Limits teaches...

WHS Seniors’ College Experiences

2015 WHS graduate Jackie Chen with her a cappella group Essence, after performing at an event. PHOTO/unknown

February 3, 2016

                      By Vivian Lehman   More free time and more responsibility are two changes WHS graduates celebrate once they reach their college campuses.   “College allows you to be on your own sch...

New places with unfamiliar faces

New places with unfamiliar faces

October 30, 2015

By Bradford Peters Every year WHS welcomes a handful of new students ready to learn, but what some people forget is that WHS also welcomes new faculty, ready to teach. If it is stressful being a freshman scurrying to find their way around the school, imagine how stressful it is to be learning the r...

Weston students traveled the world this past summer

Sophomores Chloe Braunstein and Roshani Nagarajah interacting with the children in the Karen Village. PHOTO/Soroosh Vaf

October 30, 2015

By Samantha Swartz Visiting the Royal Palace of Madrid. Shopping somewhere other than the Natick Mall. Being the teacher - not the student - on the other side of the world. Hanging out with teenagers who live in fear of gunfire in their hometowns. Over the summer, a few students were fortunate enough t...

9th Annual Pumpkin Festival raised $40,000 for Camp Sunshine despite rain

Pumpkin Festival attendees enjoying bubbles created by the

October 22, 2014

By Danielle Barenholtz Despite the rain, many members of the Weston community came together on October 18 for the WHS Pumpkin Festival to raise $28,000 in the annual fundraiser for Camp Sunshine. Camp Sunshine is a camp for children with life-threatening illnesses and their families. This camp al...

New co-emcees channel school spirit

Seniors Collins Ebouze and Chris Dinno committing to be co-emcees at October assembly.
PHOTO / Alisha Ukani

October 21, 2014

By Irene Lang With long school days and exacting standards all aimed toward high academic goals, school spirit has sometimes been swept under the rug. This year’s new co-emcees, seniors Chris Dinno and Collins Ebozue, are attempting to reestablish school spirit. “We would all want the scho...

Exchange students describe WHS experience

Senior Thays Nichele and Junior Hannah Wegner enjoying an afternoon in Boston.
Credit: Jana Wegner

October 12, 2014

By Julia Metraux The foreign exchange program allows students with different cultural backgrounds and native languages to join the Weston community. This school year, students from France and Brazil are among those who add to the diversity. Senior Marie Mfutila comes to Weston from Lycée Julie Dau...

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