FDR delivering a “fireside chat.”

This Week in History: April 12

Anant Srinivasan, Staff Writer April 28, 2022

On April 12, 1945, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the 32nd president of the United States, passed away, leaving a void felt deeply by many across the nation. His enduring twelve-year presidency and leadership...

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Wilton Board of Education members unanimously vote in favor of the mask optional policy.

Breaking News: Wilton Board of Education Adopts Mask Optional Policy

Joy Ren and Allison Eidt February 17, 2022

After weeks of intense discussion and debate amongst Wilton parents, students, and school staff over the removal of CT school mask mandate to a new, mask-optional environment, the Wilton Board of Education...

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Wilton High School provides its students with useful resources in regards to college admissions.

Talk of the School: Useful but Unused

Pamir Canan, Guest Writer January 13, 2022

Another college admissions cycle is coming to an end. Despite the pandemic and teenagers’ ever-changing plans after high school, college admissions never stop. As high school seniors globally are getting...

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Wilton High School alters  its testing system for the upcoming years.

Wilton High School Reinvents Midterms and Finals

Camryn Czarnecki, Staff Writer January 11, 2022

Last year, Wilton High School made the executive decision to cancel midterms and finals due to Covid-19 and the negative effect it has had on students’ education. However, this school year is a little...

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Wilton High School beautifully performs their annual winter concert despite Covid-19 restrictions.

Wilton High School Celebrates the Holiday Season

Grace DiBuono-Krafick, Staff Writer January 11, 2022

If there’s one thing that can bring joy and happiness in times of difficulty and uncertainty, it’s music. On Wednesday, December 15th, the Wilton High School choir, orchestra, and band performed...

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Governors Ball was an outstanding an fantastic way to involve music back to everyones life.

Music Resurfaces and Flourishes Despite Covid-19

Maddie Levi and Ella Mancuso January 11, 2022

The music industry has been revitalized with music festivals, concerts, and new album releases.   Covid-19 did not prevent Governors Ball 2021 from coming back bigger and better than ever before....

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National Honor Society Partners With Wilton Social Services for the Holiday Season

Bella Andjelkovic, Managing Editor December 22, 2021

  24 members of Wilton High School’s National Honor Society participated in Project Night Night this December, a project aimed at providing nighttime supplies for children in the community....

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Computer science ,and coding in general, stands as an important aspect of modern society.

The Advent of New Programming Opportunities

Anant Srinivasan, Staff Writer December 16, 2021

In a world that revolves around computers and advanced technology, computing provides unprecedented advantages for society, so students must be able to harness the power of computing. Partaking in competitive...

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Soham Damle, vice president of NHS, tutors senior Rubin Jha.

National Honor Society Expands Its Services

Bella Andjelkovic, Managing Editor November 8, 2021

Starting just this week, the National Honor Society (NHS) at Wilton High School has decided to not only broaden the scope of their tutoring services within the community, but also add a new area of academic...

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The WHS football team now schedules practices on the field in front of Fujitani due to turf closure.

Hit by Hurricanes

Ria Raniwala and Ava Marini October 20, 2021

Wilton High School temporarily lost a vital part of the campus in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, when the iconic Fujitani Field was shut down at the beginning of the school year to undergo restoration...

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