To Recite or Not to Recite, That is the Question

The 4th Annual National Shakespeare Monologue Competition was a smashing success here at West Side. Students from all grades arrived to recite the best monologues from the annals of The Bard, William Shakespeare. Also yes, there was a reward for all participants in the form of cookies and games afterward. To get an idea of […]

Science Olympiad Wins Purdue

The team members of Science Olympiad, led by Mr. VonWerder, celebrated their victory at the March 2nd regionals competition at Purdue. The team won gold medals in 11 events, silver in 4 events, and bronze in 5 events, overall placing first in the entire competition. So what exactly does Science Olympiad do? The team attends […]

The robot is ready

From March 15th to March 17th, the West Side Robotics team will be participating in their first competition of the year at the Purdue Armory. The team, consisting of approximately forty to fifty people, has been preparing for this competition all year. From January to February they worked on the robot for three to six […]

Christopher Park wins Keller, again

Last month the stage of the Long Center was lit for the Annual Keller Concert, showcasing three youth musicians.Among these was West Side’s very own Christopher Park The Keller Competition is a competition in which students up to twenty-two years of age prepare a concerto that they play in front of a panel of three […]

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