Social media manager/photography editor Zeke La Mantia shares a special report by contributing writer Addie Palmquist about the music department as well as information about upcoming performances and sporting events.
Honors U.S. Studies is a two-hour class for juniors that combines AP English Language with AP U.S. Studies. The class is known simply as “the block class” and is taught by English teacher Kristin Moore and history teacher Joshua Luparell.
Although the block class has a reputation as being one of the hardest classes offered at the high school, its benefits far outweigh any grade earned or score received on a test.
On the morning of Thursday, Nov. 8, students, staff and the Webster Groves community gathered in Knight Auditorium to celebrate and honor those who have risked their lives for our country, veterans.
Accompanied by teacher and Chelsea Center director Kerry Arens, the students of the Real World Problem Solving class, traveled to Lifewise STL on a service immersion trip on Nov. 15 and 16.
National Honor Society sponsored a blood drive in the secondary gym, Tuesday, Nov. 12.
Jaden Fields Junior Editor Men’s Varsity soccer had an exceptional year under the guide of new head coach Tim Velton. Come the end of the regular season, the team was 16 in six, winning its last regular game against Ladue…. Read More ›
This is the third issue of the 105th year of the ECHO.
Statesbots (Robotics Club) competed in the annual First Tech Challenge. Their first round of the competition was on Nov. 16. Black team won fourth place, orange team won sixth place.
Jackson Parks Contributing Write In North America, families have their own unique Thanksgiving traditions. Whether it be to kick-off the holiday season, or annually pull out a special family recipe, each family has its own special tradition. Lillie Torbit, sophomore,… Read More ›
Orange “Statesbots” members, freshman Xavier Jurotich, junior Erica Magee and freshman Kimberly Rumack prepare for their bout at the first competition of the First Tech Challenge on Sat, Nov. 16.
Business manager Zora Thomas shares contributing writer Sophia DeWald’s special report on Makerspace as well as information about upcoming Spirit Week, Turkey Day and other sporting events.
To win the title of Mr. Webster, a contestant must impress in the talent, video and question and answer categories.
On Nov. 13, in Knight Auditorium, the winner took a cult classic comedy movie and used it to inspire his whole on-stage performance.
Varsity football enters a sudden winning streak after a season of hardships.
Following a game a few weeks ago, Varsity football has seemingly lifted whatever “curse” had been on the team for the past seasons. The sudden success from the team may be credited to one crucial factor: unity.
School theater productions like “Chicago” get students involved in theater, but those who participate in theater outside of school have different opportunities.
The college admissions cheating scandal, progressively lowered acceptance rates and thousands of dollars spent on private test tutoring and college consulting are just a few effects of the extreme college admittance pressure students face today. When will the increasing standard of severity regarding the college process end?