It was a whirlwind week at Waynflete, but the final events have come to a close and all of a sudden, hallways feel oddly quiet. We had two wonderful ceremonies for our graduating seniors—Baccalaureate and Commencement. Click below to see photos from the events, and stay tuned—we will post speech excerpts, readings, and more!
A few days before Commencement, Waynflete seniors and their advisors gather for a special celebratory dinner. Each senior is honored with a “Senior Minute”—a short ode to that student and their time at Waynflete. To cap off the evening we play a slideshow featuring photos of the students as they grew up. Click below for lots of cute baby pictures!
Every spring, seniors leave campus in early May and spend four weeks pursuing a subject of personal interest. This Senior Project month is a fondly remembered time that opens students’ eyes to new interests as they prepare to enter college.
We asked seniors to share their presentations with us so we could share them with you! Click here to view the project presentation schedule. Any project that has a link is available to view. Check back soon—more will be added in the weeks ahead.
According to the Urban Dictionary, a “chamber of commerce day” is a day with gorgeous weather when a region would want tourists to visit, such that it might make companies feel that they should relocate to the area. The on-line picture next to this definition is a photograph taken at about noontime today at the Fore River Fields. With a high blue sky, puffs of white clouds, and surrounded by that green that only trees in May and early June can create, the FRF looked every inch the kind of place that any self-respecting ‘Fleter would want to find themselves twelve hours after the end of prom. This was especially true with the prospect of seeing the “‘Flete (not to be confused with “fleet”) Flyer Faculty” softball juggernaut perform its annual wizardry – otherwise known as “The Fountain of Youth Fling” – in a one-game series against the class of 2018. Continue reading “Reflections on the 2018 Seniors v. Faculty Softball Showdown”
Seventh-grade students hosted a Probability Carnival in the gym this week for the rest of the middle school.
After learning about probability in their math classes, seventh-graders applied their knowledge to create games-of-chance for their peers. It was a wonderful way to start the day before each grade headed out on their class picnics.