Check out our photos of Winter Music Night. Continue reading Winter Music Night Photos
The sounds of festive music filled the auditorium at the Winter Music Night “Do You Hear What I Hear” on Thursday. Continue reading Winter Music Night Lives Up To Expectations
With differing opinions on the Light Rail Transit system, we have decided to show both sides of the controversy on the matter from our perspectives. Continue reading WCI Poll: Taking a Closer Look at the Tracks
These gems, the Latin course and Classics club, are little known despite the opportunities they provide for students. Continue reading The Roman Empire of WCI
Even though many students despise the common lunch because “McDonald’s is too busy,” it does have its benefits. Continue reading The Weight Room: A Healthy Lunch Option
Victims of suicide bombs never face their attackers. The Last 15 Seconds, this year’s teacher-led dramatic production at WCI, explores this imagined interaction through invented scenes and dialogue between a victim and a suicide bomber. Continue reading WCI Enters Drama Competition with The Last 15 Seconds
WCI, along with community partners, aims to raise over $30,000 to support a refugee family from Syria for one year. Continue reading WCI Sets Goal of $30,000 to Sponsor Refugee Family
In WCI holiday tradition, the Door Decorating Contest for homeroom classes had students racing against the Period A clock to design doors to impress the judges and celebrate the season. Continue reading WCI Poll: Door Decorating Contest
Since childhood, my desperate attempts to have a “perfect” body changed just as rapidly as the images in the media did. Continue reading Body Image: Healthy or Manipulated?
The ensembles and orchestras that make up the WCI music department will be in full force this Thursday, December 10th, performing two mid-day concerts as well as the traditional evening feature at 7pm. Continue reading Winter Music Night Includes Mid-Day Concerts This Year
His goal is “to capture things in an interesting light,” and he likes photographing nature and bringing out the beauty in things people may have otherwise looked over. Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Nir O.
Being a student in high school, you may find yourself short on cash. If you do not have a part-time job you have no method of income, but if you do have a job, you may find yourself spending money too quickly. Whatever the situation may be, making money, and more importantly, saving money, may be a hard thing to do. Continue reading 5 Ways to Save Money as A Student
Here is a selection of pictures highlighting the music program at WCI this Fall. Continue reading Music Department Photos
Here are a few pictures from the Senior Boys Volleyball season. Continue reading Senior Boys Volleyball Photos
Check out photos from the Senior Girls Basketball season. Continue reading Senior Girls Basketball Photos