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T-shirt design by WCHS junior on sale at PacSun

When Westerville Central High School junior Sahr Julian Rashid Noah was invited to design a t-shirt to be considered by L.A.-based clothing brand PacSun, he was uncertain about what to do.

WNHS adds five members to Athletics Hall of Fame

Westerville North High School has announced five new additions to its Athletics Hall of Fame — all of whom will be honored prior to the Warriors boys basketball game against Westerville South High School on Jan. 26.

WNHS Chem Gems sale is Dec. 15

Westerville North High School’s annual Chem Gems Sale will feature a new item this year: an assortment of wax melts.

WSHS senior hosts elementary literary night as part of IB project

As a child, Westerville South High School senior Kandace McConnell was drawn to writing and reading as a form of self-expression. As part of her Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS) project for the International Baccalaureate diploma, she wants to share her love for the language arts with her younger peers.

WSHS senior performs with OMEA regional orchestra

Martin Fihi, a senior at Westerville South High School, earned a seat in the Ohio Music Education Association’s (OMEA) South-Central Region Orchestra, which is composed of talented high school musicians from three OMEA regional districts throughout central and southern Ohio.

WCSD EL Department hosts November parent meeting

Westerville City Schools' English Learner Department hosted its third parent meeting on Thursday, covering topics such as school closings in the event of inclement weather, All-Day kindergarten, special education and graduation requirements.

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The Westerville City Schools Board of Education will convene in a regular meeting/work session at 6 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 27 at the district's Early Learning Center, 936 Eastwind Drive, in Westerville. Board meetings are open to the public.

After 20 years, WNHS literary magazine returns to print publication

For years, Westerville North High School’s literary magazine, The Silhouette, was an online publication showcasing the artistic works from the school’s creative community.

This year, WNHS senior and Silhouette editor Nolan Tribbie wants to ramp up the publication’s visibility among students by returning to its roots: a print issue. 

WSHS recognizes Fall 2023 Cats with Class

More than 60 Westerville South High School students were recognized as “Cats with Class,” a long-standing WSHS tradition that honors students who demonstrate kindness and good school citizenship.

WCSD honors veterans through recognition events, lessons

Throughout the week, students, teachers and staff across Westerville City Schools have celebrated Veterans Day by honoring those who served with school displays, recognition events and other activities. School staff at several buildings welcomed veterans and families connected to the military for school-wide assemblies and class visits on Friday.

WNHS senior is state champion at OSHAA Cross Country meet

Westerville North High School senior Ben Gabelman won the state championship in the Division I boys cross country individual race at the Ohio High School Athletic Association’s Cross Country State Championships on Nov. 4 at Fortress Obetz and Memorial Park.

WCSD counselors help Class of 2024 map out plans after high school

With the Nov. 1 early application deadline for many colleges approaching, Westerville high school counselors have been hosting workshops, events and individual meetings with students to help the Class of 2024 navigate their next steps after they graduate.

Food pantries at WCSD schools offer students choice, ownership

Every Friday during the last period of the day, Minerva Park Middle School opens Panther Pantry — a pop-up market stand where students can grab macaroni and cheese, pasta fixings, canned goods, snacks and other donated items for meals over the weekend.

WCSD high school athletes of all abilities come together for AllN Olympics

Westerville North High School hosted its second annual AllN Olympics, where students with multiple disabilities across the district’s three high schools came together for an inclusive sporting event. WNHS athletes served as their support peers, running each event and helping the AllN Olympians through each activity.

Portrait session launches WCHS memoir project with Otterbein University art students

The Westerville Central High School students sat in a circle, their faces composed, as art students at Otterbein University carefully sketched their portraits in charcoal.

In an artist’s studio at Otterbein’s Department of Art & Art History, the college artists shaped and shaded their subject’s facial features for a realistic drawing that will serve as reference for the painting they will create. 

WCHS students dive into the science of glass

Since the start of the year, students in Jody Christy’s Material Science classes at Westerville Central High School have been building their base understanding on the topic, covering crystal structures, atomic bonding and the chemistry behind what’s happening in a variety of materials.