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Junior beats state and school diving records

Charlotte Martinkus gets such height on her dive, she almost touches the ceiling
January 25, 2021

Numerous records have been set by WHS divers in recent years, but on Monday January 4, junior Charlotte Martinkus set a brand new high score. With a record-breaking total of 618 points, Martinkus not only...

WHS music students excel in Eastern Senior District Festival auditions

Drawing made by Rajan depicting the Eastern Senior District Festival and the various categories—voice, strings, winds and percussion, and jazz.
January 9, 2021

Music students of WHS auditioned for the virtual Eastern District Senior Festival last month, with 45 students being accepted into senior districts and 26 receiving an All States recommendation. The top...

Juniors donate Thanksgiving dinners to the NECHV

The truckload of food delivered to the NECHV the day before Thanksgiving.
January 6, 2021

Juniors Emilia Tutun, Julie Hohenberg, and Tally Zeller heard there were veterans in need of food for Thanksgiving, and created a food drive benefiting the New England Center and Home for Veterans in their...

Seniors adjust to changes in the college application process

Senior Junbo Li works on his college applications.
January 5, 2021

Each year, seniors are slammed with stress and anxiety as they head into the season of college applications and standardized tests. This year, it is a little different. More colleges are opting to become...

Athletes prepare for socially-distanced winter season

Red Tide swimmers safely watch their teammates compete in a socially-distanced meet.
January 4, 2021

After a very different fall sports season, WHS is now looking forward to the winter sports season, which is scheduled to start on December 14 after a two-week delay. Due to the coronavirus pandemic and...

Art students continue to develop their skills despite pandemic challenges

December 7, 2020

WHS art classes have continued to meet despite COVID limitations, and various adaptations have been made in order to keep students safe during the creative process.  Art teacher and director Christopher...

New hybrid schedule implemented for WHS

Senior Christopher Schott wrapping up his bio corrections while social distancing and wearing a mask.
November 14, 2020

Social distancing, wiping down desks and the use of masks are just some of the safety precautions that WHS has for the new 2020-2021 school year. Due to COVID-19, there are new options such as the Remote...

Theater Company to perform online fall play

The Theater Company in remote rehearsal
November 2, 2020

The new restrictions of Covid-19 presented unforeseen challenges to the Weston Theater Company for producing and performing the fall play. This year, the T. Co. will premiere an online play over Zoom,...

Student officers prepare for the year despite Covid challenges

November 2, 2020

The beginning of each school year simultaneously comes with the election of new student officers, and despite Covid-19, this year is no different. Students were elected for each position and results were...

Modified Fall Sports at WHS

Senior co-captain’s Jackson Tabors and Nick Ginovker defends a                                                                                                    Waltham player in their soccer match.
October 26, 2020

After months of uncertainty, Weston High School and the MIAA decided to have fall sports this 2020 season. However, this modified season includes new rules, guidelines, and the only sports allowed to play...

Annual WHS Pumpkin Festival adjusts for pandemic

October 16, 2020

Every fall crowds gather on the Town Green for raffles, games, and pumpkin carving at the high school’s annual Pumpkin Festival. This year though, like with most other traditions, Pumpkin Festival...

Run for Hope fundraiser conducts virtual raffle in place of postponed event

June 18, 2020

Weston High School sophomores Tally Zeller, Emilia Tutun, and Julie Hohenberg created an event called Run for Hope, which has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It was supposed to take place...

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