Various photos from the Pep Rally, Powderpuff game, school breakfast, and the Thanksgiving football game.
Photos by Grace Huddleston
Noor Pirani ’15
On Friday, October 25, the school’s talented singers performed at Acatober, a fun-filled night of a cappella performances. The concert featured a cappella groups Ladies First, Inchordination A Cappella, A Cappella Anonymous, and Renegade A Cappella in addition to Brooks Brothers, Song Sisters, Concert Choir, Keynote Singers, and Rice…
Matthew Hornung ‘16
On Friday, October 18, Wellesley High School’s Friends Forever club hosted its annual Halloween Dance in the cafeteria from 7 to 9pm. In addition to club members, freshmen and sophomores were invited to attend the event, totaling approximately 40 attendees.
The dance featured Halloween-themed decorations and a variety of food,…
Taylor Donahue ’14
With the school year underway, many students find themselves struggling to adjust to the increasing workload of their new classes. To make their efforts worth the time and energy, students are motivated to perform their best because of self-satisfaction, to please others, and ultimately the prospect of acceptance into…
Conor Russell ’14
Had you ever wondered what the country would be like if the government stopped working? One would think people would go crazy, as law and order would quickly deteriorate into chaos. The country would resemble the post-apocalyptic dystopia of the 1979 thriller Mad Max where society collapses and people…
Bree Guarnieri ’16
Last spring the science curriculum was reviewed and redesigned for the high school and middle school. With these changes came the decision to have a freshmen physics pilot, which is now underway. Students were chosen to participate in this pilot by lottery and were informed about the pilot program…
Jonathan Stepakoff ’14
Honestly, if I don’t get into college, and I win my league’s fantasy football championship, I will consider 2013-2014 a very successful school year. Although most avid football fans would consider this mentality a stretch, many express similar devotion to their team of handpicked superstars. But when a key player, such…
Vincent Caruso ’16
Three or four years ago, to say anything against Steve Jobs and his multinational manufacturing business Apple Inc. or any of its products would be heresy. However, over recent years, it has become clear that Apple’s products have dropped off in quality and have increased unnecessary yearly upgrades.
Matthew Hornung ‘16
Each spring, contributions and ideas from Student Congress, the Faculty Senate, the Superintendent of Schools, and the High School Council come together to formulate proposals for additions, omissions, and changes to the Student Handbook. After debate and voting on some of the changes by the School Council, the handbook changes…
As this school year ends and the next school year looms ahead, the administration has decided to modify the science curriculums at both the high school and the middle school for the 2013-2014 school year. “Next year, [the high school] will have the same course offerings as this year, except we will have four sections…
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