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Pin-hole Camera Debut in Photography Club

Tess Staley

April 21, 2009

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With the economy still in the depths of despair, the Photography Club at Walpole High School is cutting back on its costs by using the frugal and effective pin-hole camera for their winter photo shoot. Pinhole cameras are use...

Music Brings Film Festival Closer To Hollywood

juliefortin

April 14, 2009

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By Julie Fortin Class of 2010     We’ve all heard the musical scores in Hollywood’s blockbusters, and this year, the annual Walpole High School Film Festival is lessening the gap between Hollywood and Walpole in...

NAEP Test Administered at High School

olivia caron

March 12, 2009

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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,...

Fashion Show raises funds for Post Prom Party

Kathleen Meaney

March 6, 2009

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[nggallery id=2] Lights. Camera. Action.  The Walpole High School models were treated like celebrities to the lifestyle of the rich and famous during the first “Walk in Style” fashion show on the evening of February 12, 2009.  ...

Shepard Fairey has a Posse

Mike Demarais

March 3, 2009

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  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 o...

The Revival of Drama Club

Sabrina Dorronsoro

January 4, 2009

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            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 suppo...

Drama Club Starts Up with “Mouse that Roared”

Rachel Menard

November 21, 2008

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  The crowd will definitely make some noise when the ever-fabulous Walpole Players hit the stage once again this fall for this year’s production, Leonard Wibberley’s “The Mouse That Roared”. Starring in this years production...

Athletic Grant revamps Gym and Health

Adam Riegel

November 20, 2008

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  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...

Students learn valuable business skills in Economics class

Jenna Cavanaugh

November 20, 2008

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  "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...

Walpole art student honored at All States

Rebecca Horan

November 20, 2008

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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...

Obama’s plan instigates minimal change to Walpole residents

Adam Riegel

November 20, 2008

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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...

College tuition soars higher than any other service as economy declines

Rebecca Horan

November 20, 2008

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 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,...

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