Currently sitting at my computer in the Echo newsroom, drinking my oat milk latte from Starbucks, next to my partner in crime (Jackson Parks, if you couldn’t guess) trying to figure out how to word this. I stumbled upon the Echo by accident, or one could say fate, when my sophomore year schedule had an open slot to fill. Continue reading Taking off my press badge in the most dramatic fashion possible!
No, this isn’t another review no one asked for, or a column for my classmates to post and roll their eyes about (people might, I’m used to it). It’s my farewell to Webster and the Echo: something I’ve been crafting up in my head for about a year now. Continue reading Editor-in-Chief exits high school drama series after four seasons
Anyone who has been to a band concert in the last two years has had the luxury of listening to one of Webster’s many talented musicians, senior Nathan Scarlett. Scarlett plays tenor saxophone, alto saxophone and soprano saxophone.
Scarlett plans to major in business information technology at Virginia Tech, where he hopes to meet new people and continue to be involved in music by auditioning for the jazz band. Continue reading Musician to study business at Virginia Tech
To say my time at Webster was well spent would be to lie. It’s fine to admit traditional schooling isn’t for you; it’s also fine to say you’re not part of the percentage of students who have fond high school memories to reflect on, but truly all that tells me about myself and my life is that, I couldn’t have possibly peaked here, and there’s much more waiting for me out in the world. Continue reading Tony says ‘Toodaloo’
One thing that you will soon learn about me if you don’t know already is that I hate “Goodbyes.” I think that’s why I’ve put off writing this for so long. I feel like I don’t even know where to start, and I know that once I really start writing, I have to stop pretending my time on the Echo isn’t coming to an end. Continue reading And that’s all she wrote… until next year at Mizzou: News/Opinion Editor offers long-winded, reluctant goodbye
Senior Bella Ferrell has really done it all, but she doesn’t know it all just yet.
Of the many extracurriculars she’s dabbled in throughout high school, like Lumberjack Club, Feminist Coalition, Student Council or cheer her freshman year, Ferrell still hasn’t found her niche. Continue reading Senior yet to find herself
Senior Londin Furfaro could be the picture definition for an involved student at WGHS.
Furfaro said, “I really liked doing everything. I’ve been a manager for the Varsity baseball team all four years, co-president of Interact Club. I was in Best Buddies freshman and sophomore year, helped on the yearbook a bit. I’m in National Honors Society and have been in the marching band/wind symphony for all of my high school career. I also am on the Equity Advisory Committee and have been since freshman year which has recently just started really being noticed finally.” Continue reading Senior looks back on WGHS’ impact, past and future
After being crowned one of the first Webster Royals, Keith Fisher plans to relinquish his reign and move on to college at the University of Colorado – Boulder.
However, he is not too far removed from the throne to fondly reminisce on his time at Webster Groves High School. Continue reading Webster Royal values involvement, friendship
Students might know senior Zeke La Mantia through his always changing and evolving hair colors or from behind the stage lights of Knight Auditorium. Continue reading Senior ‘ready to leave’
Senior Rose Johnson plans to major in environmental science and minor in Spanish at SLU-Madrid next year. Continue reading Environmentalist to study in Spain
Senior Ava Musgraves will attend Oklahoma City University next year to pursue a Bachelors of Music in Musical Theater. Continue reading Actress to become star
Senior Matthew Curtis, a runner, a rower and, as of the fall of 2022, a student of MIT, plans to continue his academic and rowing career.
With plans to study finance at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Curtis has left his mark on Webster.
Curtis has had an active role in school activities since his freshman year including German National Honors Society, National Honors Society and Cross Country in the fall. Continue reading Cross-country runner to row at MIT
Senior Scarlett Patton is already ahead in the computer science industry, thanks to self-motivation and support from the high school. Continue reading Patton pursues career in computer science
Senior Jackson Parks has served as editor-in-chief of the WG Echo for the 2022 school year, and now plans to take his leadership skills to the FBI. Continue reading Editor-in-chief takes on Chicago, the FBI
Matthew Grace Contributing Writer “This year in STUCO has been really exciting, especially since we had such a great group … Continue reading Class president takes next steps
Senior Emily Goben is well known at Webster for doing it all. “I always joke that the list of clubs I’m not in is shorter than the list of clubs I am in,” Goben said. Continue reading Varsity cheer captain to study at Mizzou School of Journalism
Senior Hugh Wade will embark on a two-year church service mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in August of 2022. Continue reading Eagle Award nominee embarks on church service mission
Senior Chloe Halls is widely recognized for her involvement in the Saint Louis music scene with her band “The Chainsaw Boyz” and their status within Webster Groves. Continue reading Musician to study music business