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EI Week: Exploring Bay Area Diversity

by Dylan Lee | WSP Class of 2023 Experiential Interdisciplinary Week (better known as EI Week) is a week-long engaged learning process in which high school students at WSP “learn by doing”. The planning of EI Week starts in winter when high school faculty and students...

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Meet Coach Sarah

by Melanie Ingler | Communications Coordinator Coach Sarah Triolo comes to WSP with a background in kinesiology, fitness, sports nutrition, and enjoys working with people who are struggling with health issues. We are so excited that Coach Sarah has expanded her...

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Lunar New Year Then and Now

An interview with WSP Parent and Early Childhood Assistant, Yixin Zhang by Christine McQuade-Hsu | Advancement Director How did you celebrate the Lunar New Year when you were growing up? I was born in China and grew up in China. Although we have many festivals,...

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Wonders of Blacksmithing

by Phil Dwyer | HS Teacher Most of what we use in our modern world can be traced back to the fires of a blacksmith’s forge. Most crafts and trades either began or evolved with the forming of hot iron under the blacksmith’s hammer. The most fundamental impact, of...

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EI Week: Exploring Bay Area Diversity

by Dylan Lee | WSP Class of 2023 Experiential Interdisciplinary Week (better known as EI Week) is a week-long engaged learning process in which high school students at WSP “learn by doing”. The planning of EI Week starts in winter when high school faculty and students...

read more

Meet Coach Sarah

by Melanie Ingler | Communications Coordinator Coach Sarah Triolo comes to WSP with a background in kinesiology, fitness, sports nutrition, and enjoys working with people who are struggling with health issues. We are so excited that Coach Sarah has expanded her...

read more

Lunar New Year Then and Now

An interview with WSP Parent and Early Childhood Assistant, Yixin Zhang by Christine McQuade-Hsu | Advancement Director How did you celebrate the Lunar New Year when you were growing up? I was born in China and grew up in China. Although we have many festivals,...

read more

Wonders of Blacksmithing

by Phil Dwyer | HS Teacher Most of what we use in our modern world can be traced back to the fires of a blacksmith’s forge. Most crafts and trades either began or evolved with the forming of hot iron under the blacksmith’s hammer. The most fundamental impact, of...

read more