July 10, 2008, Mrs. Terry Thornton received the good news: Walpole High School had been selected to receive the Caroline White Physical Education Program Grant (PEP). The grant was created to provide money to help schools rebuild health and P.E. programs that had been cut due to reduced school funds […]
“Managed a Business” is not a typical item on the average high school student’s resume. Most teenagers have no idea what goes into running a successful business. Luckily, for those who are curious, Mr. Szymanski’s economic classes are the perfect opportunity to learn the ins and outs of producing, managing […]
The high school’s exemplary art program headed by Mrs. Diana Hampe was again honored as senior Olivia Caron was selected to attend Art All-State this past May. Art All-State is a program designed to help students explore artistic creativity beyond the usual high school projects. The rigorous application involves the […]
With the 2008 popular election now behind us, it is time to address the issues. The issue that is most prominent in most Americans minds at this point is how president-elect Barack Obama intends to help the American economy. Presenting a plan based on reforming taxes for lower and middle […]
In the present economic crisis, high school students and their parents are wondering how they will afford a college education. This year the cost to attend many private institutions, including tuition, room and board, fees, and other expenses like books, costs more than the median US household income of $50, […]
An energetic atmosphere pervaded Walpole High School on Friday, October 17 as the entire school assembled on Turco Field for the annual pep rally. Each year, student council organizes a rally on the day preceding the Norwood football game intended to promote a sense of school unity at the beginning […]
Even as underclassmen just entering the festival, the now senior crews showed their prowess by creating such cult classics as Karma, Sweet Revenge, and The Code over the past three years.