Photo of the Week

Photo of the Week: Homemade masks express creativity

Junior Amelia Dorsey wears a homemade mask to her volleyball game. She has been making masks since the beginning of the pandemic, and she has used them as a way to express her creative side. “Another reason I made masks was because I don’t have a job, so making masks for people was a way to make money,” Dorsey said.  Photo by Maren DeMargel

Photo of the Week: Volleyball players begin pre-season

Junior Chloe Kathrinus and sophomores Robyn Foley, Savannah Haney and Eleanor Kanerva obey social distancing guidelines while waiting for preseason volleyball practice to begin. The program has begun meeting again after a brief hiatus from late July to early August due to Covid-19 restrictions. Foley said, “I’m really excited to be back, but I wish we could play normally.” Photo by Maren DeMargel

Photo of the Week: Business takes trip to NYC

January 14-19, Marketing II and Thrive students traveled on their annual trip to New York City, attending various businesses, sightseeing, and meeting several WGHS alums. The trip lasted six days, with students missing three days of school. Students met with Warner Media, DŌ and Live Nation, to name a few. Additionally, students visited the Brooklyn Bridge, The Empire State Building, The Statue of Liberty, DUMBO and more. Photo by Emily Stisser

Photo of the week: Thespians rehearse for fall musical

Sophomores Zoie Sellers and Ava Musgraves and senior Aliyah Dill perform as ‘Cell Block girls’ during the song “All that Jazz” in the fall musical Chicago. Opening night is Oct. .24 and the show runs thru till the 26. It is $7 for students and $10 for adults. The show will begin at 7 p.m. in the Jerry R. Knight. Photos by Zeke La Mantia

Photo of the Week: Senior leads climate change protest

Senior Patrick Lee leads the pack with chants and inspirational speeches during the walk out for climate change Friday, Aug. 20. “I’ve seen things on social media and the news about what’s going on. . . and I really felt like it’s an important and powerful issue that really urgently needs to be addressed, and I couldn’t get it off my mind and when the State of the World climate strike popped up across social media I thought that was a great way to get the ball rolling,” Lee said.