Zora Thomas Contributing Writer A girls group visited the St. Louis Art Museum on Feb. 7, to see the Kehinde Wiley exhibit in particular. The group has yet to be named but started this year to welcome and empower young… Read More ›
All Write, coming early March, will return for the fifth year in a row. The 2019 festival will feature a space theme to give an out-of-this-world experience.
Step is defined as “a complex synchronized dancelike performance that blends African folk traditions with popular culture” by Britannica Encyclopedia, but to the WGHS Step team, it is much more. Senior Nia Lyles explained, “Sometimes [step] can be very aggressive,… Read More ›
Almost everyone knows someone who struggles with mental health, whether it is a family member, a friend or oneself. When trying to navigate ways to assist others, it is often easy to feel helpless. However, St. Louis initiatives offer opportunities… Read More ›
It’s common for high school students to feel down, whether it be stress-induced anxiety, “senioritis” or just a lack of motivation, but perhaps what students are experiencing is something more serious. Anxiety Disorders According to the Anxiety and Depression Association… Read More ›
DECA and Marketing II’s Mr. Webster pageant took place Nov. 28, in Knight Auditorium and included talents, dancing and other traditional pageant activities.
Senior Ray McIntyre was voted Mr. Webster over 11 other contestants, all of whom applied and went through interviews in September and early October.
Over 20 student-crafted murals adorn the halls of WGHS, boasting bright colors, impactful quotes and meaningful illustrations. But, as time goes by, murals tend to blend in with the routine of daily high school life. Notable works include the large… Read More ›
When the phrase, “abortion clinic in St. Louis,” is placed in Bing.com’s search engine, the results are one Planned Parenthood clinic and three Crisis Pregnancy Centers.
Isabella Ferrell Contributing Writer Harry Potter enthusiast, science nerd and science teacher Kaleigh Curran has joined the teaching staff to teach biology and conceptual chemistry in room 384. Curran is originally from Bloomington, IL, and later ended up in St.Louis… Read More ›
New English teacher Margaret Piper-Zamudio knew WGHS had a different vibe than most schools from the minute she interviewed for a job in the English Department.
Teaching opportunities grow in the Webster Groves School District with the option of being able to teach at more than one school in the district.
Each morning during first hour, I help alongside Sarah Romanowski in teaching a rowdy group of tweens in a drama introductory class at Steger Sixth Grade Center. The class is titled “Teaching Strategies: Drama Internship.”
Graduate Myah Frank, renowned musician, completely immersed herself into music during her four years.
As students walk through the library to cut over into the lunchroom, a wide-smiling Lamar Fitzgerald settles in behind the counter, waiting for any students who might need help.
Michael Marshall — Contributing Writer
Elizabeth Steckman, a new math teacher, knew since kindergarten that she would be a teacher. but it wasn’t until attending a high school in Wausau, WI, that that dream could start to come true.
This 2018-19 school year is the second year the school board has selected student advisors. Last year, juniors (now seniors) Joe Castleman and Trinity Madison served. This year, the position was passed down to juniors Jessica Peterson and Patrick Lee…. Read More ›
The danger of identifying as nonheterosexual is extensive, yet annually people still take the risk on October 11, National Coming out Day.
As teachers place more emphasis on how students learn, educators are evolving their class style to reflect different needs. The Chelsea Center for Experiential Learning has offered assistance on internships, service learning, travel and employment since 2011, but traditional teachers… Read More ›
For one weekend in September, Forest Park is transformed into a vibrant celebration of St. Louis and music. LouFest is a music festival that first took place in 2010. Wilco, The Killers, Arctic Monkeys, The 1975 and Weezer are several… Read More ›
With a new school year comes new policy changes, and academic lab is no exception. According to the new academic lab syllabus’, “Academic Lab provides an opportunity for students to receive additional tutoring and academic support on a daily basis.”… Read More ›
Senior Jenna Michalski recently raised money for and ran in the Race for Refuge, a 5K, to support victims of sex trafficking.
“I raised over $400.00,” Michalski said. The race was sponsored by an organization called the Covering House, which provides therapeutic housing, community programs and other services in order to educate people about sex trafficking.
Ashli Wagner Video Editor Mitchell Lazarow, senior and Eagle Award nominee, has been a part of several sports and activities at WGHS. Lazarow has played football for four years, two on Varsity, and has played volleyball for four years. Apart… Read More ›
Natalie Johnson Social Media Manager “There are two types of people: There are spoons, and there are casseroles,” said band director Dane Williams, and Thomas Putnam is more definitely a casserole. There are the people who volunteer to bring the… Read More ›