Category Archives: Education

Ticket info revealed for Wellesley High Thanksgiving football at Fenway

While the buzz about Wellesley High School’s football team playing vs. traditional rival Needham High on Thanksgiving morning has been building since August, the question we’ve most been asked is: How can I get tickets and how much will they cost? Here are your answers. Wellesley takes its 60-59-9 record vs. Needham, in the oldest […]

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Wellesley High School football Raiders get a feel for Fenway Park

Captains and Coaches lining up in front of the Monstah! — Raider_FB (@Raider_FB) October 1, 2015 Wellesley High School Raider football captains Jake Mohan, Will Cramer and Griffin Morgan, Coach Jesse Davis and Athletic Director John Brown were among those taking to the field at Fenway Park as part of the official announcement that […]

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Wellesley Cotillion, to be or not to be?

Pretty soon, Wellesley High School juniors and seniors will be firming up their Cotillion plans. The boys will stage dramatic “Cotillion asks”, the girls will shop for the perfect dress and 4″ heels, and limo companies will get ready to put extra stretches on the road to accommodate the demand on the big night. Unless. […]

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Babson contest aims to boost startup, venture capital opportunities for women

From Babson College: Babson College’s Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership and Breakaway, a Boston-based branding company, announced that they will begin accepting applications for the Babson Breakaway Challenge on Monday, Oct. 5. The objective of the challenge is twofold: help women entrepreneurs see their businesses launch successfully and create opportunities for women to enter the venture capital industry. The winning […]

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Wellesley League of Women Voters to present discussion on potential town government changes

League of Women Voters of Wellesley Presents Town Government: Why Change? This will be a public panel discussion of how proposed Wellesley town government changes would impact our community. The panel will include Michael Ward, Director of Municipal Services Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management at U Mass/Boston’s McCormack Graduate School of Policy […]

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Wellesley High playing football at Fenway on Thanksgiving morning

                  The Boston Red Sox have confirmed for the Boston Globe that high school football is coming to Fenway on Wednesday, Nov. 25 and the following day, Thanksgiving. This jibes with our report from a month ago that it looked as though Wellesley High and Needham High would be […]

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Bach to Rock soon to roll into Wellesley’s Linden Square

Wellesley will soon be home to a new music school, Bach to Rock, located in the corner space of the strip mall section of Linden Square, adjacent to the Kathy McCrohon Dance Center. For now, the only sounds coming out the space are the heavy metal sounds of power saws, hammers, and drills. But stay […]

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Double threat: Students can enroll at Wellesley High, MassBay simultaneously

The Boston Globe reports on the state’s dual-enrollment program, through which high school students can also take classes at community college or state university campuses, often at little or no cost. What’s more, they walk away with high school and college credits. 2015 WHS grad Matt Jablonski, now at the University of Washington, took advantage […]

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