After being accepted into Case Western Reserve University, senior Norah Rohlfing plans to study engineering and art. Although people often go to school to discover who they are, sometimes it has always been a part of them. Continue reading Eagle Award nominee: Artist to study engineering at Case Western
Starting her journalism career four years ago, Lydia Urice has won over nine Missouri Interscholastic Journalism Association awards. Continue reading Eagle Award nominee: Editor-in-chief leaves mark on WGHS
Seniors Ian McCann and Eric Miranda are two of the brightest students in the state. The two Top 100 Missouri Scholar Award winners discussed their high school experiences and their goals for the future. Continue reading Missouri Top 100 Scholars talk past, future
Going into a modeling career isn’t for the faint of heart, but that is the post-high school plan for senior Josie Buescher, even though that was not in the plans Buescher had for after graduation. Continue reading Model pursues future on runway
“I’ve had two passions my entire life, and for college, I had to pick one, and that was engineering instead of music,” senior Celia Alexander said. Continue reading Violinist to study engineering at U. of Louisville
Senior Gavin Wilson has taken many opportunities to get involved in high school and build a solid foundation for himself in the future. Continue reading Commencement speaker: Entrepreneur to major in business at PVAMU
Senior Emma Storck can look back on her time at Webster Groves High School with fondness. A lot of this is owed to her passion for soccer. Continue reading Eagle Award Winner: Soccer goalie to continue athletic career at Wilmington College
“It goes too fast,” senior Byron Hoffman said of his time in high school.
Hoffman attended Clark Elementary School, Steger and Hixson, and now his time in the Webster Groves School District is coming to an end.
Hoffman is known for his humorous nature, as well as his passion for sports. Continue reading Senior pursues sports passion
Summer is approaching quickly, and students are thinking about their bucket lists or better yet, the songs they will have on repeat all summer long. Continue reading What will the songs of summer be?
My name is Kaz Bergmann, and I am a senior. I also happen to be trans man, and I use he/him pronouns. Prom was recently on Saturday, April 15. Continue reading I-Story: Senior relates prom transphobia
“Since [the Nashville shooting] I’ve seen stuff on social media saying that trans people don’t deserve to exist, just because of what one person in our community did,” sophomore Tate Harcourt said. Continue reading Media, politicians fuel Anti-Trans prejudice
High school students have participated in a group chat surrounding sports. The chat is completely independent from the high school and is run and monitored by students entirely themselves. Continue reading Students discuss ‘the sports groupchat’
“I don’t know if I chose cheerleading so much as it chose me,” said Kita Thames, next year’s cheerleading head coach. She is starting at Webster in August. Continue reading New cheer coach brings positive spirit to Webster
Every year, most of the world’s 1.6 billion Muslims participate in the holiest Isalmic holiday of the year during the ninth month, Ramadan. Muslims follow the Islamic lunar calendar, consisting of twelve months based on moon sightings. Continue reading Science teacher shares Ramadan experiences
“The Eras Tour,” Taylor Swift’s sold-out stadium tour, opened on March 17, in Glendale, AZ. The tour includes 52 shows across the United States and concludes on Aug. 9, in Inglewood, CA. Continue reading Students express excitement for “Eras Tour”
About the Jim Schoemehl Run, marketing teacher Kathryn Laurentius said, “It’s a cool event that has a lot of history at Webster.” Continue reading Jim Schoemehl Run continues to support ALS for its 22nd year