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.
Basketball star Eliza Maupin will play women’s basketball at Kansas State University next year, and plans to major in architecture.
Maupin has excelled in basketball throughout her time in high school, totaling more than 1,000 points and 700 rebounds. Maupin also was awarded All-State, All-Metro, All-Conference, District Player of the Year and STL Post-Dispatch Player of the Week.
Senior Charlie Parmelee was selected by his classmates to be the commencement speaker at the Class of 2022 Graduation Ceremony.
“I remember when they sent the email out that we had to nominate people I was in THRIVE, and Sarah Jane Hornberger was like, ‘You should do it. You’d be perfect for it,’” Parmelee recalled.
Varsity women’s basketball welcomed six freshmen to its roster this year – Chloe Forsee, Emery McReynolds, Ava Marsh, Addison Simpson, Jayla Hawkins and Ainsley Kniker.
Varsity women’s and men’s basketball will advance to Final Four in the Missouri Class Five State Championship on Friday, March 18, at Missouri State University.
Varsity basketball will compete in the State Quarterfinals on Saturday, March 12, at St. Louis Community College – Meramec.
Winter Wonderland will take place at Tilles Park from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. through Jan. 1.
Viewers can walk through the park, drive or take a carriage ride to see the holiday lights and decorations.
Webster Groves High School students have been selected to play in the All-State Orchestra, Band and Jazz Band.
Runners participate in the Santas on the Loose 5k or one mile run on Saturday, Dec 4. Many participants wore costumes or Santa hats. Photos by Emily Goben
With Halloween just passed, it is now time to share some ghost stories from around Webster Groves.
Some of them may even be right in your backyard – at least that’s the case for senior Maggie Kate Light.
Volleyball players dedicated their Sept. 30, game to honor of late team member Kara Wrice. Team members and spectators wore purple to the game in memory of Wrice, who would wear a purple mask to practice. Money was collected and donated to the Kara Lynn Wrice Foundation.
Juniors Gavin Wilson and Olivia Hotze serve as student advisors to the WGSD Board of Education.
WGHS’ resource officer, Bob Graeff, left Sept. 3, to become a detective in the WG Criminal Investigation Unit.