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Our Mission
Winthrop High School is dedicated to each member of its student body the opportunity to achieve academic excellence in a safe environment. We believe that all students possess the capacity to learn; and that each student is a valued individual with unique physical, social, emotional and intellectual needs. We actively engage our students in developing their critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills. By encouraging our students to become confident, self-directed life-long learners, we seek to connect their personal growth to academic excellence. We seek to foster a climate of shared responsibility among students, faculty, administration, parents, and the community-at-large..
 
 

School Announcements
What's The Buzz
What's The Buzz?

Thank you to everyone in the high school and the community who came to the assembly on Thursday. Our students and mentors did an incredible job putting everything together, we couldn’t be more proud. T-Shirts are still available to purchase! To read this week's What's The Buzz, click here

-Double B's Life Skills

 

WHS Cheerleaders are National Champions
WHS Cheerleaders are National Champions
March 20-22, The Winthrop High School Cheerleading team, led by Coaches Rachel Mustone and Stephanie Bono and Captain Jessica Vigliotta, visited Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to compete at the Cheer Ltd. Nationals at Canam. The Lady Vikings qualified for the competition at the State Competition in November. In Myrtle Beach, the Vikings competed in a two-day competition against 10 other teams across the country. The girls came in first place on day one and were able to clench the victory on day two. This is the first time in Winthrop High School Cheer history that the girls took home a National title.
 
Winthrop Art Exhibit
Winthrop High School Exhibits in Youth Art Month 2015
 
Ten students from Winthrop High School, under the direction of teachers Eva Kearney and Teresa Dankner, represent the town of Winthrop in this year’s Youth Art Month exhibit sponsored by the Massachusetts Art Education Association (MAEA). The student who are represented are: Lucas Acosta, Marc Bouche, Meg Dolan, Tommy DiBenedetto, Caitlin Flaherty, Kianah Godfrey, Pamela Kraja, Abigail Lawrence, Jose Murcia, and Anna Redidister. Admission is free. It will be on display and open to the public weekdays 9-5 from March 9th- April 24th. For more Information, Click here.

 

NHS Cancer Fundraiser
NHS Cancer Fundraiser
 
The National Honor Society at Winthrop High School has teamed up with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) in an effort to raise money for childhood cancer research. Please help support the cause by donating on the following website:http://ma.sy.llsevent.org/WinthropHighSchool
SAT Prep Class
SAT Prep Class
Mr. Parsons and Mr. Beck will be running an SAT prep class for students taking the SATs. It will run Tuesdays 3:15pm-7:15pm 2/24/15-4/28/15.
 
Upcoming Events
 
 




New Middle/High School
 
Click here for Yearbook 2015 info
 


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