WMHS presents “The SeussOdyssey” on Jan. 23

Keep 6:30 p.m., Jan. 23, open for the WMHS drama class performance of “The SeussOdyssey,” acted out through puppets that the students have themselves created and learned to use. Narrator 1 and 2 guide your literary journey, as Homer’s Odyssey is told in the style of Dr. Seuss. Hear the singing Cyclops (“Oh the sights […]

Forensics class investigates Dollhouses of Death

The Dollhouse of Death project culminates the first semester science elective, a course in Forensics for 9th-12th-graders. Students built their dollhouses individually or in pairs, being sure to include all features specified as project criteria. They evaluate their own work according to 12 rubric categories, and then proceed to take notes on an investigatory sheet […]

Students of Japanese try their hands at calligraphy

Students in the Japanese 1 class learned some calligraphy during the first week of January. “I really liked the calligraphy project because it offered a unique insight into Japanese culture and history. It was also fun making ink and drawing the characters. We also learned about the different parts of the calligraphy set and paper.”—Tane […]

Of Nobler Ways

A short story by Zach— His eyes shone forth like two brilliant sparks in a wildfire of contorted fury. They split through the air like javelins, not stopping to rest at the man’s heart, but continuing forth to strike him in the soul. The king commanded him to rise, but in a voice so barely […]

High School Voices: CO2 Emission Rising in 4 Years

By Katherine Lee ‘22 Human-caused climate change is definitely one of the most serious issues in the world since the early 1800s. The emission of CO2 started during the Industrial era, where humans built an immense amount of factories. Climate change is a topic that the United Nations and many scientists in different countries are […]

HS Students Attend JSA Convention

(During Nov. 3-4, WMHS’s Junior State of America participants attended the 2018 Fall State Convention in Seattle to learn more about politics and policy.) By Sachin I. During the JSA trip, we viewed various debates that were held, took part in the social activities, and overall had a wonderful time. Each debate is placed in […]

No Longer Empty, These Walls Have Wisdom

The walls of WMHS’s long upstairs hallway, so empty in summer, are now vibrant exhibit spaces for High School and Middle School student work. With visual components a part of every quarter’s assignments, the walls teem with student wisdom. At the Secondary level, as in Elementary, Early Childhood and Toddler communities, Montessori education reflects interdisciplinary […]

High School Teacher Adds in Some Saturday Time with Students

High School Humanities teacher Sharon Dunn has devoted a pair of Saturdays to sharing enrichment experiences with students. In October, Sharon met with senior Nancy Wang after her Chapman University interview on a sunny October Saturday and they took a field trip to the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) in South Lake Union Park […]

Aspects of ancient Greece and Rome

High School students recently presented their posters on aspects of ancient Greece and Rome. Their subjects included Greek mathematicians, the Roman Army and the Olympic Games.

What is a Billiken?

Do you know what a Billiken is? The high school students do, courtesy of our guest speaker Laurie Callaway from St. Louis University who joined us Friday afternoon. Laurie led the high school students through a wide-ranging discussion on SLU, the value of a Jesuit education, the benefits of living in St. Louis and of […]

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