Superintendent's Office
As part of the ELA/Drama self-study, we ask that you participate in a short survey about our overall program (PreK-12).
High School
Eleven Weston High School students were selected for the 2016 Massachusetts All-State Band & Orchestra
High School
The FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Meet was held this past weekend. WHS won 3 out of 5 matches.
Superintendent's Office
Massachusetts publishes annual report cards for districts and individual schools within a district. Read more about them here.
Superintendent's Office
An external program review was conducted by EDCO. Report presented to School Committee 1/11/16. Click above to access link to report.
Superintendent's Office
The WHS Chorus, Weston Community Chorus, and In Choro Novo will perform Francesco Durante's Magnificat on Wednesday, February 3, 7:30PM, at Regis College. Parking at WHS; shuttle to Regis. Free Admission.
Superintendent's Office
We would like to hear from parents who have made a decision to enroll their children in a school other than a WPS school. Survey will close December 31. Please click above for survey link.

WHS Visual Arts Winter Show

Visual art works from all mediums (ceramic, graphic design, painting, drawing, digital photography, and black-and-white photography) are on display at Weston High School’s new Science Wing. Don’t miss this show, which is up until the end of January!

This is the second year the Visual Arts Department has put on this show. Formerly, there was just one big art exhibit in May, which tended to show mostly second semester student work.
To rectify that situation, Chris Fehl, director of visual arts, and his team decided to give first semester students a show of their own. The exhibit is small, but packs quite a visual punch.
 “I am overwhelmed with positive feedback from all members of the community regarding this year’s Winter Art Show,” said Fehl. “I am especially thrilled by the achievement of the Art 1 first semester sections. One can see their commitment and dedication through the quality and sensitivity of their marks.”
As for photography, he said, “Some of the photographs stop me in my tracks as I wonder how the students made them, how the students discovered such beautiful or interesting moments. The variety of images tells me these students are seeing for themselves, taking in more of the world than meets the eye.”
In ceramics, he said, “It was a breakthrough semester, specifically on the potter’s wheel. Students who have struggled for years were rewarded with some beautiful pieces, and a feeling of accomplishment. In these cases, I see the reward not in the artwork, but in the lifelong confidence gained by pushing through discouragement and frustration. The Force will be with them always!”

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Case House
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HS Principal's Conf Room
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Case House
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Media Center

WHS Principal Anthony Parker and students-Sept 2014.
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