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Dissatisfied juniors plea for a change to the system

  Unified arts requirement comes under scrutiny amid budget cuts and student concerns     The Guidance Office at Walpole High School has been recently barraged with scheduling conflicts from disgruntled juniors who are struggling to meet the graduation requirements concerning unified arts.  The main source of the student body’s frustration surrounding the […]

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Art Direction adds the professional touch

Hidden behind the unassuming doors of the English wings’ janitorial closet lies this year’s secret weapon for the 7th annual WHS Film Festival: the Art Direction office. Though their storage room and workspace is confined to a cramped 10 by 8 closet overflowing with boxes and props, the Art Direction team has used their office extremely effectively to help out the 2009 films.

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NAEP Test Administered at High School

The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), also known as the The Nation’s Report Card, chose Walpole High School Friday, February 27 as one of their test sites. The test, administered to a random group of seniors, is one of the national tests used to measure how the different states […]

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Shepard Fairey has a Posse

  Shepard Fairey, the man behind the famous Obama Hope poster has just opened his first solo museum exhibit in the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston museum.  Opened Thursday February 5th, the exhibit shows his work on topics mostly relating to music, government, and society.  Fairey’s most famous work is […]

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The Revival of Drama Club

            Walpole High School drama club kicked off their performance season with the highest attendence for a fall play since the renovation of the high school auditorium.  A record 190 people showed up to support The Walpole High School Player’s The Mouse That Roared, which raises expectations for the rest of […]