Boys Basketball Earns First Section Championship in School History
Learning Culture through Pierogi-making
As part of third grade’s year-long study of the history and culture of Pittsburgh, students gathered at the North Campus to learn pierogi-making from Head of School Dr. Scott D. Fech.
Keeping WT Traditions Alive at May Day
Kindergarten students and their eighth grade buddies celebrated May Day, a long-standing WT tradition, with a maypole dance and song program, including a performance of the “WT Marching Song.”
Precision and Timing on Stage in Upper School Winter Play, Rumors
Upper School students put on three fantastic and hilarious performances of this year’s winter play, Rumors, a farce by Neil Simon.
WT Student is First Girl to Win State Math Competition
Seventh grader Vivian Loh won the MATHCOUNTS State Championship. Vivian is the first girl to win the Pennsylvania title in the organization’s 36-year history!
Putting the Engineering Process to Work
Sharing Identity through Graphic Stories
Inspired by the Carnegie International
Students in all divisions at both campuses created artwork inspired by the Carnegie International 57th Edition. The WT exhibition, including works ranging from installation sculpture to drawing and painting, spilled out of the Art Gallery to fill the hallways of Molloy Posner Hall. It was enjoyed by the entire WT community and even received a special visit from Ingrid Schaffner, curator of the Carnegie International.
Tapescape: Building Installation Art from…Packing Tape?
Community Building at Pi Day
Helping the Plight of Pollinators with Motel Six Legs
Sixth grade science students visited the North Campus to collaborate with students there on “Motel Six Legs”–a project to make pollinator houses for solitary-nesting bees.