In case you missed it

Experience a taste of some of the great things happening at WT! Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and visit winchesterthurston.org to keep up-to-date.

Each month, Kindergarten students spend a day at Frick Park Environmental Center. These visits foster

a curiosity and respect for nature,

create comfort in—and excitement for—the outdoors, and provide opportunities to learn about plants and animals in the local environment.

young girl plays in stream

As part of City as Our Campus, Lee and Earl Dingus told creation stories about their tribe and shared their

experiences as Indigenous people

to the seventh-grade social studies classes.

Indigenous people sharing heritage
high school student climbs rope bridge

Ninth- and tenth-grade students

reconnected and forged new bonds

as they learned about the traditions and expectations of the Upper School during day-long retreats at Camp Guyasuta.

middle schooler plays in gym

As part of the grade 9 Health, Wellness, and Physical Education Seminar, students participated in team-building activities designed to help them

overcome challenges in themselves, their communities, and the world.

Across all four divisions, students participated in learning experiences to celebrate Hispanic Heritage month and Latinx voices. The fourth-grade bulletin board display reflects the students’ understanding of the extensive influence that

Hispanic culture

has on our country.

hispanic heritage art
fire fox drawing
pirate bird art

Middle School students participate in advisory competitions throughout the school year in order to build community and promote school spirit. As part of the inaugural advisory competition, students

designed mascots

for their advisory.

With internal demolition complete (and more than 300 items donated to Construction Junction for reuse), the Joan Clark Davis Center for Interdisciplinary Learning is taking shape to transform the educational experience at WT and to

reinforce the school’s commitment

to the broader community.

group in hard hats looking at blueprint

for the Bears is in the record books!

Boys Soccer

had an undefeated season on its way to becoming both the Class A WPIAL Champion and the PIAA State Champion.

boys soccer team cheers
Girls Cross Country

finished third in the Class A WPIAL Championship and ninth in the PIAA State Championship.

girl running cross country
Field Hockey

had a strong showing this season, including two wins over rival The Ellis School.

girl plays lacross
boy runs cross country
Boys Cross Country

is both the Class A WPIAL Runner-Up and PIAA State Runner-Up.

2 girls playing soccer
Girls Soccer

qualified for Class A WPIAL playoffs for the first time in school history. See inside the cover.

girl plays tennis
Girls Tennis

was seeded ninth in the Class AA WPIAL tournament.

boy plays golf
The Golf team

finished their season on a high note with a win on their home course.