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Welcome to Walpole High School

On behalf of the faculty and staff at Walpole High School, it is my pleasure to welcome you to our school's website.  Walpole High School has enjoyed tremendous success for over 140 years and has established many incredible traditions and legacies throughout the years.  I sincerely hope you will take the time to look through our web pages and enjoy the numerous opportunities available to all the students who are part of our learning community.

Our Mission is to foster learning through a collaborative process that engages students, educators, and the community. This endeavor provides opportunities for students to acquire knowledge and to develop skills in order to achieve academic and personal goals. We will make every effort to graduate all students as successful and literate members of society – and be able to succeed in the increasingly complex world in which they will live and work.  

Thank you for visiting our website.


Stephen Imbusch

Principal
2014-2015 Student/Parent Handbook

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opening reception from 6:30-8:00pm in the second floor lobby of WHS on Wednesday, January 28, 2015.  READ MORE...

Highlights

Turkey Shoot Winning Movie

Wanderer's Sonata (final cut) from Nell&Caroline on Vimeo.

"Wanderer's Sonata" tells the story of a young classical musician and her companionship with an elderly travel writer, a friendship that inspires their own memoirs and compositions. It is a short, stop-motion animation film comprised of 30 original charcoal pieces and almost 2,000 individual photographed frames. The Turkey Shoot itself was an incredible fundraiser for the Walpole Film Festival that gave Walpole students of all ages, alumni, and other Walpole residents the opportunity to create original 3 minute movies. Participants were allotted 24 hours (starting at noon November 28th and ending at noon November 29th) to write, film, edit, and submit their films to Walpole Film Festival. At the start of the 24 hour period, Walpole Film Festival tweeted out three requirements for the films: a snow globe prop, a character named Robin Russel the dance instructor, and the line of dialogue, "That's the last time I listen to you." The accepted movies were aired on December 22nd at the Walpole High School auditorium, after which the audience voted for the winner.

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