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WNHS Senior-Directed One Act Plays run Feb. 2-4 Westerville North Senior-Directed One Act Plays

The Westerville community is invited to Westerville North High School’s One Act plays directed by WNHS seniors on Feb. 2-4 at the high school auditorium. Performances start at 7 p.m.

Hope Week starts Jan. 23 at Westerville’s high schools 2023 Hope Week at Westerville's high schools

The Hope Squads at all three Westerville high schools are kicking off Hope Week on Monday, organizing events and activities that promote hope, spread kindness and raise awareness about suicide prevention.

Upcoming Parent Prep workshops feature sessions on student well being, healthy relationships and mindful parenting Parent Prep header

Westerville City School District’s “Parent Prep” returns to an in-person event this year after two years of a virtual format. The free workshop series provides parents and caregivers the opportunity to take sessions on various topics, including mindful parenting, healthy relationships, substance education, college and career planning and mental health and school resources. 

Three WCSD high school students awarded 2023 MLK Fouse Award 2023 Fouse Award recipients

Westerville Central High School juniors Chloe Abernathy and Delaney Compson and Westerville North High School senior Dezmon Howard are recipients of the 2023 MLK Fouse Award, which was announced during the 17th annual Westerville Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration on Monday. 

WNHS Music Boosters to host bingo fundraiser Feb. 11 WNHS Music Booster Bingo fundraiser

Westerville North High School’s Music Boosters is hosting a bingo fundraiser at 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 11 at the high school.

The event, which is open to ages 18 and up, includes raffle prizes and concessions. Tickets are $25, which covers bingo cards.

WNHS senior earns full-ride scholarship to Northwestern University through QuestBridge QuestBridge scholar Kwame Boateng

Westerville North High School senior Kwame Boateng has two milestones in his plans after graduating this spring: attending college and becoming a doctor.