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Speakers Lauren Carr and Dr. Jennifer Smith discuss misconceptions about autism and explain the need for inclusion both on and off the stage. The WHHS Theatre Department’s upcoming play, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, features a main character on the autism spectrum.

Putting the spectrum center stage

October 10, 2019

“If you’ve met one person with autism, you’ve met one person with autism,” Lauren Carr says as the cast of WHHS’ upcoming production of The Curi...

Medea addressing a current issue with a thousand-year-old script

Grace Kelly Fulton, ‘20, portrays the titular character Medea in the upcoming production. The show breaks the ancient tradition of having an all male cast by replacing it with a cast full of women.

Owen Cummings, Managing Editor of Viewpoints

April 16, 2019

This April, the WHHS theatre program invites you to travel back to Ancient Greece, the age of the epics, to witness an updated version of a classic tale,...

Members of the theater department put up this poster to encourage positivity in the school community. The poster is signed by dozens of WHHS students and shares many messages of love.

The community within theater

March 12, 2019

Theater is a powerful thing. It can make you laugh, and it can make you cry. It has the ability to withstand hundreds of years and still remain relevant,...

Art can be more than decoration. “Boiling Over” by Gabriel Grimaldi, ‘22, is a visual piece that portrays an abstract representation of being overwhelmed.

Creativity and relief

March 12, 2019

There are many ways to deal with stress. Some people attend therapy sessions, listen to music, take it out through athletics or vent to friends. Others...

Students practice for a performance during the fall. Practices for the upcoming season have been moved up, starting in January instead of April.

Bringing change to the Color Guard

February 26, 2019

The WHHS Marching Blue and Gold Color Guard has many exciting changes for next season. The guard instructor Cha’La Beverly hopes the upcoming changes...

“Loosing Hope” by Julia Johnson, ‘22, is one of many award winning pieces by WHHS students. Johnson’s piece won an Honorable Mention in painting.

Scholastic Art Awards

February 26, 2019

The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards ceremony, held at the School of Creative and Performing Arts on Friday, Feb. 1, honored young artists and writers...

AP Art teacher Donald Stocker frequently posts the flyers of local and national art opportunities by the door of his classroom. The current posters advertise summer programs for the National YoungArts Foundation, Otis College of Art and Design and ArtWorks Cincinnati.

ArtWorks Apprenticeship

February 26, 2019

Many WHHS students have noticed the murals increasing around the city. There are over 140 murals in and around Cincinnati. A lot of hard work goes into...

 SENIOR Daniel Perrea started playing music when he was just four years old, but he didn’t start composing until his freshman year at WHHS. “I got an iPad and a notation program and just wrote down ideas I had. Since then, I’ve been learning more and more,” Perrea said. He has produced music for several WHHS theater performances, including Cherry Orchard, Julius Caesar and She Kills Monsters.

SENIOR Daniel Perrea strings together short films and music scores

February 12, 2019

Most 10 year olds spend their days running around playing sports outside or new video games, but that was not SENIOR Daniel Perrea. At just ten years old,...

Alexandra Franz, ‘23, poses with her favorite piece from the Scholastic Art Awards. Franz received 19 awards for her work.

WHHS artists recognized in National Scholastic Awards

February 8, 2019

On Jan. 10, WHHS’s AP art students anxiously waited as the regional Scholastic Art Awards were announced. This year the students’ work earned 80 ...

SENIOR Arthur Schmid stands above with one of his award-winning pieces from the Scholastic Art Awards. The Awards are being shown in the Art Academy of Cincinnati through Feb. 8.

Upcoming WHHS Fine Arts Events

February 8, 2019

WHAT: Senior High Honor Choir Concert  - District XIV Honor Choir Festival WHEN: Feb. 9 WHERE: Princeton High School   WHAT: A Midsummer ...

Choir students from the Men's Ensemble performed at four Cincinnati elementary schools over two days. The performed a set of pieces, and encouraged students to join choir programs.

Men’s Ensemble performs at local elementary schools

January 29, 2019

On Jan. 17 and 24, Men’s Ensemble visited local elementary schools to perform and encourage students to join the choir program in junior high. “T...

Several pieces are displayed that AP Art students have been working to perfect for the Scholastic Art Awards.  This year, WHHS received more awards for artwork than in any previous year.

Scholastic Art Awards

January 29, 2019

On Jan. 10, WHHS’s AP Art students anxiously waited as the regional Scholastic Art Awards were announced. This year the students’ work earned 80 awards,...

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