Men’s soccer won the MHSAA Class 3 State Championship on Saturday, Nov, 20, in a game against East Kansas City High School. The score was 3-2 after going into penalty kicks. Continue reading News Brief: Statesmen soccer wins State championship
Seniors Eleanor Kanerva and Dominic Lee were crowned Webster Royals at the Friendship Dance on Saturday, Nov. 5. The dance … Continue reading Seniors crowned Webster Royals
A Cappella will perform at several events this semester.
Night of the Courtyard will be on Friday, Nov. 4. The DECA Marketing organization, a student club, will run the event at the high school in the courtyard. Continue reading A Cappella prepares for upcoming events
Fall one-acts took place on Sept. 28, at 7 p.m in the Blackbox Theater. They were open to both students and parents. Tickets were $5.
All seven one-acts were written and directed by students. Continue reading One-acts showcase students’ talents
Men’s soccer will face at least three upcoming challenges in October. The team will face established programs consisting of Kirkwood, Vianney and the team who sent Webster home last year, the Ladue Rams. Continue reading Men’s Soccer to face upcoming challenges
Two students made it to the semifinals and six became National Merit Commended Students based on their PSAT scores, leading them to gain opportunities for scholarships. Continue reading Eight seniors recognized by National Merit Scholarship Corporation
Band is holding a mattress sale on Oct. 15, in Roberts Gym from 9 a.m to 5 p.m. All proceeds will support band and their trip to New York City in March. Continue reading Band to hold mattress sale fundraiser
Selma Street Dance was canceled an hour early due to inclement weather. The dance was scheduled to take place from 7 to 9 p.m. on Aug. 26, right after the activities fair which took place 6 to 7 p.m. The activities fair and dance were held on Selma Avenue. Continue reading Selma Street Dance cut short due to inclement weather
Students are no longer able to eat lunch in Roberts Gym. Students must eat in the cafeteria or courtyard. Juniors and seniors are allowed to leave campus for lunch. Continue reading Lunch locations change again
Universal free lunch will stop for the 2022-23 school year. It started as a result of COVID but will stop following the end of a state program which offered free meals to all students. Students can still apply for free or reduced lunch at this link. Continue reading Universal free lunch stops for 2022-23 school year
Proposition S unofficially passed with an 80.7% majority in the Aug. 2, primary election, according to Webster Groves School District on Twitter.
Proposition S is a no-tax rate increase bond issue that would provide $45 million to the school district to improve the infrastructure of WGSD schools and facilities, including Moss Field and parking lots. Continue reading Prop S unofficially passed with 80.7% majority
Webster Groves will host its annual week of Community days festivities in the first week of July.
Every year the city hosts this event in celebration of the Fourth of July. Events funded and sponsored by the city include the children’s pet parade (July 1), Community Days pool party (July 1), Community Days parade (July 3) and the Independence Day firework celebration (July 4). Continue reading News Brief: Webster Groves hosts annual Community Days
“I was honestly a little surprised because I won the award last year,” junior Bennet Loving said about winning the award for Individual Performance of the Year. The ceremony was held on May 5. Continue reading News Brief: Junior wins Best Individual Performance of the Year
Webster Groves will bring back the Summer Night Street Dance Sunday, June 18, on North Gore at Lockwood in Old Webster from 5:30 p.m to 10 p.m. Continue reading News Brief: Webster brings back Summer Night Street Dance
Missouri Botanical Garden will host its yearly Green Living Festival in multiple events at known places in St. Louis.
The festival focuses on teaching people how to live a greener lifestyle and spread that to the community.
Continue reading News Brief: Botanical Garden hosts Green Living Festival
Webster Groves Arts Fair will return for the 18th time June 3-5, at the corner of Lockwood and Bompart. It will provide activities for people of all ages. Continue reading News Brief: Art fair returns June 3-5
Proposition S is a no-tax rate increase bond issue that would provide $45 million to the school district to improve the infrastructure of WGSD schools and facilities. Continue reading News Brief: Proposed bond issue funds improvement to infrastructure
Webster Groves Aquatic Center will re-open for the summer on Friday, May 27, and remain open until Sept. 4.
The Aquatic Center will be closed on Memorial Day, which is May 30.
Continue reading News Brief: Webster Groves pool opens today