Willamette High School
Willamette senior Rylee Schuch has been awarded First Place at the LCC High School Art Show.
Her watercolor was painted on a “found background” – an old map donated by a history teacher.
Rylee is an Advanced Fine Arts student working towards her Advanced Career Endorsement.
There are 10 WHS students with work on display at the 13th annual LCC High School Art Show.
It runs until April 19th in Lane Community College’s Building 11.
The Willamette High School Culinary team has won the Oregon State ProStart Culinary Championship, the school’s first state Culinary title since 2007.
They will be traveling to Providence, Rhode Island next month to compete against all the other state champions in the country.
Congratulations to team members Cole Barnhardt, Tyler Livingston, Shane Wilder, Taylor Woolett, Jessica Barnhardt, teacher Martha Humphreys and coaches Jesus Diaz, Bruce Cameron and Erin Emmert.
Cole Barnhardt also won the Oregon ProStart student of the year award and a $1,000 scholarship to an Oregon culinary school of his choice.
Here’s a look at one of their last practices before they won the state championship.
10 contestants will take the stage at Willamette High School Saturday night for the 25th annual Wolverine Pageant.
The contestants and 19 coordinators have worked tirelessly for the last 4½ months raising money for the Children’s Miracle Network.
CMN helps support children’s hospital care that is not fully covered by Medicaid or health insurance.
Tickets are available now at the Willamette office; $10 for General Admission and $15 for Reserved, and they will also be available at the door.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Saturday for a silent auction, with the pageant starting at 6:30.
350 students, five Bethel schools, and a continuing tradition in the district.
The Bethel Band Festival is an annual event bringing together all of Bethel’s middle and high school musicians under the direction of a guest conductor.
Dr. Rodney Dorsey, Director of Bands at the University of Oregon, was the guest clinician. He worked with each school band individually before bringing all the schools together for a massive performance.
The Willamette High School students showed off their skills, while the younger musicians heard for themselves what they could sound like with more experience.