Graduate Clara Bittle’s extraordinary art work has led her to attend the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Continue reading Artist to pursue passion at Art Institute of Chicago
Well, would you look at that! Two years at the Echo went faster than I thought, and now I am writing my “senior goodbye.” Continue reading Video editor calls it a wrap on Echo
With 363 hours of service work, senior Olivia King has earned the highest four year total of service hours at WGHS. Continue reading Eagle Award nominee: Senior earns highest ever 4-year total of service hours
After spending a semester in the Blue Ridge Mountains, completing an EMT certification and undergoing a major spine reconstruction surgery, Art Isom plans to attend Ithaca College, majoring in biology or pre-med. Continue reading EMT to pursue pre-medical degree
“I’ve really discovered who I am in the past four years and it feels good to say that with confidence,” Kaz Bergmann said via email. Bergmann will attend Oregon State University in the fall. Continue reading ‘The fish guy’ travels from St. Louis to Oregon
Starting her journalism career four years ago, Lydia Urice has won over nine Missouri Interscholastic Journalism Association awards. Continue reading Eagle Award nominee: Editor-in-chief leaves mark on WGHS
“I’ve had two passions my entire life, and for college, I had to pick one, and that was engineering instead of music,” senior Celia Alexander said. Continue reading Violinist to study engineering at U. of Louisville
Senior Emma Storck can look back on her time at Webster Groves High School with fondness. A lot of this is owed to her passion for soccer. Continue reading Eagle Award Winner: Soccer goalie to continue athletic career at Wilmington College
“It goes too fast,” senior Byron Hoffman said of his time in high school.
Hoffman attended Clark Elementary School, Steger and Hixson, and now his time in the Webster Groves School District is coming to an end.
Hoffman is known for his humorous nature, as well as his passion for sports. Continue reading Senior pursues sports passion
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
Making JV cheer her freshman year, Kyla Bratcher has plans to study at Tennessee State University and continue her passion for sports. Continue reading Cheerleader to continue athletic career
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 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
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. Continue reading What team? Wildcats!: Tri-athlete becomes Wildcat basketball player
From breaking records on the women’s golf team to being a leader in STEM and business classrooms, senior Jenna Clark has left a mark on WGHS with her strong work ethic. Continue reading Eagle Award Winner: Varsity sports star has passion for science
Brittany Patton Public Relations National Honor Society member, persistent volunteer, art club member and student with a 3.68 GPA, senior … Continue reading Abdella-Hazak undecided with options