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The Business of College: Priority Applications and Mail

The Business of College: Priority Applications and Mail

Mallory Clark, Senior Staff Writer

November 14, 2018


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   After taking the ACT or SAT or another standardized test, students are often bombarded with mail from colleges.   “The College Board is the mastermind behind this operation. When someone takes a College Board standardized test, their information is saved among the Student Search...

Mary Poppins Receives Spotlight Recognition

Scott Larsen, Staff Writer

June 5, 2018


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This year’s fall musical, Mary Poppins, received numerous top honors from Spotlight Education, which is a Hennepin Theatre Trust program that evaluates high school productions of musicals. The honors Mary Poppins received were Outstanding Overall Production, Performance, Ensemble Performance, Technical...

Fire at WHS Sparks Early Weekend

Fire at WHS Sparks Early Weekend

Elisabeth Oster and Joe Kottke

May 29, 2018


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   Wayzata High School students were evacuated at 10:40 a.m. due to a fire in the pottery room on May 25th.    “I was in orchestra during second block and I remember walking to the bathroom and passing the pottery room. On the way there, I noticed how smoky and hazy the hallw...

Student Initiative to Protest After Florida Shooting

Student Initiative to Protest After Florida Shooting

Deena Kassem, Joe Kottke, Elisabeth Oster, and Katie Lins

March 4, 2018


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On February 14, 2018 Nikolas Cruz opened fire killing 17 people at Marjory Stoneman High School in Parkland, Florida. According to Wayzata High School Principal Scott Gengler, numerous parents and students contacted the school following the shooting with concerned. In response, many Wayzata High School studen...

Record Breaking Year for DECA

Kelsey Deering, Senior Staff Writer

March 4, 2018


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Wayzata DECA is in the midst of a record-breaking year after its district competition that was held in January, according to DECA Officer Nicole Granovsky (11). According to Granovsky, Wayzata DECA students competed against hundreds of other students from Minnesota districts including Orono, St. Louis ...

Wayzata High School Ranked Best in Minnesota

Wayzata High School Ranked Best in Minnesota

Sam Walters, Staff Writer

March 4, 2018


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Wayzata High School was recently identified by USA Today as the leading public high school in the state of Minnesota. This ranking, which focuses specifically on student numbers, student-teacher ratios, average graduation rates, standardized testing scores, and AP enrollment, made its appearance in a list comp...

Wayzata Waves Goodbye to WMEP

Wayzata Waves Goodbye to WMEP

Deena Kassem, Senior Staff Writer

March 4, 2018


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The Wayzata school district is withdrawing from the West Metro Education Program (WMEP) according to Chair of School Board and Wayzata West Metro Education Program representative Sarah Johansen. According to the WMEP website, the program “is an equity-focused collaborative for student success” that strives “to...

The Demand For Parking

The Demand For Parking

Brandon Antony, Senior Sports Writer

March 4, 2018


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The new semester has begun with even less room available for parking, according to Principal Scott Gengler. “It’s natural to lose parking spaces due to the constant snow plowing,” said Gengler. To make the problem worse, Gengler said, “Over 100 more additional permits are being sold to students...

Dance Team Performs at Super Bowl 52

Dance Team Performs at Super Bowl 52

Lydia Johnson, Design Editor

February 26, 2018


Filed under News, Sports

On February 3rd Super Bowl LII was held at Minnesota’s own, U.S. Bank Stadium. The 52nd Super Bowl featured Justin Timberlake in the halftime show, accompanied by several dance teams from Minnesota. The Wayzata Trojets were among the selected to dance alongside Justin and his professional crew. ...

Providing Nutritional Choices

Providing Nutritional Choices

Katie Lins and Tristan Schmitz

February 21, 2018


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Wayzata Culinary Express left the National School Meal Program in 2015 in order to provide students with a wide variety of choices for meals, while preserving nutritional value and virtue within the program, according to  Culinary Express Supervisor Mary Anderson. “The idea was to create offerings and flex...

The Trojan Locker Room

The Trojan Locker Room

Michael Myers, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018


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The Trojan Locker Room school store sells Trojan merchandise like t-shirts, blankets, water bottles, and other items, according to store manager Sonia Gazula. According to Gazula. The store is located between the athletics wing and the cafeteria. "We are open during football games, basketball games, and during...

Compass Gains Ground

Compass Gains Ground

Cole Seager, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018


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According to Compass Coordinator Scott Tordeur, the Compass Program expands beyond the term “class,” and instead truly encompasses a more comprehensive career studies program through professional experience and partnership with business mentors and guest instructors. It gives motivated juniors and ...

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