News & Announcements

Destination Imagination Team Attends Globals!

After qualifying at both the regional and state level the Waldorf High School Destination Imagination (DI) Team spent the week at Global Finals in Kansas City, Missouri alongside student teams from 38 states and 17 countries. Their week has been packed with events including an Opening Ceremony with a special appearance by actor, author and DI alumnus Chris Colfer and a meet up with their buddy team from Turkey. At the time of publication the team had yet to perform and were busy perfecting their flying quadcopter. No matter the outcome, the experience itself is a win.
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Spring Arts Evening

On Wednesday evening our community came together to celebrate Spring Arts Evening. The evening began with a rousing performance by this year’s Destination Imagination team that left the audience laughing and cheering. It was followed by a series of stirring readings by the participants in the Creative Writing Elective. Not only were the written pieces themselves complex and powerful but there was clearly great thought given to the presentations themselves.
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Commencement of The Class of 2019: Saturday, June 8th

The gowns are ready and the invitations have been sent. The commencement for the class of 2019 will be held on Saturday, June 8th at 10 am at the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum and Library in Lexington. We welcome everyone to join us and remind all students that attendance is mandatory.
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Join us for Art Club on Wednesdays

An enthusiastic group of ninth graders have started an Art Club. The group meets on Wednesdays from 3:30-4:30 pm. There is a project every week. However students are also welcome to use this extra studio time to work on a project of their own choosing. Even if you don’t want to come for the art, come for Nick’s amazing playlist!
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Congratulations, Mr. Nicholl!

On April 17th Mr. Nicholl was naturalized in Worcester at Mechanic’s Hall alongside 632 other people. Mr. Nicholl, born and raised in Canada, has lived in the United States since 1996. He is now a United States Citizen. Congratulations, Mr. Nicholl!
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WHS: A place where everyone is seen as a "rare creation"

In addition to amazing Thai food, Dan DeHainut’s signature cocktail and delicious student made desserts, our guests at the annual Waldorf High School Gala and Auction were treated to a riveting performance on the life of Emily Dickinson by Mari Andreyco, a professional actress. While Andreyco has played many roles in her acting career, Emily Dickinson is the one she feels is most connected to her heart. This was evident in her performance. Our emcee and auctioneer, Demetra Tseckares Restuccia, a Waldorf High School parent, echoed Dickinson’s words when she praised our high school as a place where every student is seen as a "rare creation."
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Students Install Wheat Paste Mural in the Student Lounge

Over the last several weeks students in the senior class, with the help of some underclassmen, have been designing and installing a wheat paste mural in the Student Lounge. Wheat paste, used in various arts and crafts such as Bookbinding, has now been adopted by urban artists as a way to temporarily adhere posters, drawings and murals to buildings.
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Support Our School!

It is not too late to contribute to our Annual Fund. In honor of the upcoming “Waldorf100” centennial, some may consider a gift of $100 to our school. No matter the number it is important to remember that outside organizations and nonprofits look at the number of current parents and families that donate to the Annual Fund as a sign of support and confidence in the school. A donation of any amount helps to drive this percentage higher. If you haven’t already, please consider a donation to the school. You may give online at WaldorfHighSchool.org, mail a check, or leave your gift or pledge card in the front office. Thank you for your support!
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Upcoming Senior Play: "Much Ado About Nothing"

The seniors have been practicing lines day and night in preparation for their upcoming performance of Shakespeare’s "Much Ado About Nothing." Next week, while the lower grades are on their class trips, the seniors will be in rehearsal. The energy among the cast is light and playful and they have commented that everyone is working hard and coming together as a class. Mark your calendars for Monday, June 3rd at 8 pm at Waldorf High School to see what should prove to be an amazing performance. You may also see get to see some surprise faculty appearances (hint: Mr. O’Donnell, Ms. Delaney and Ms. Secor).
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