The Kiva Dance Collective will offer concerts on March 11 at 7:30 pm and March 12 at 2 pm in the Louise B. Dillingham Performing Arts Center Theater.
Thirty-nine Westover choir members and handbell ringers will tour and perform in Italy – including Sorrento, Rome, Florence, and Venice – March 5-16.
Westover and Fraser Woods Montessori School will show Most Likely to Succeed, a documentary on U.S. education, followed by a Q&A session, on March 2.
Gracey Greco '17, this year's SOMSI intern, will present a symposium analyzing Monet's Haystack Paintings in Hill-Stead's Collection on February 24.
Three Westover students have received recognition for their poetry from the 2017 Scholastic Writing Awards program on the regional level.
Caleigh Waskowicz '16 is seeking a provisional patent for an award-winning device she designed and built as a prototype while in the WISE program.
Virtually the entire Westover community – all students and most faculty and staff – went to see the Oscar-nominated film 'Hidden Figures.'
The Swim Team has made a big splash in the eight-year-old program's record books this season; seven of its 11 school records have been shattered.
"Uncle Vanya" by Anton Chekhov will be performed Friday and Saturday, February 10 and 11, at 7 pm in the Louise B. Dillingham Performing Arts Center.
Westover celebrated the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. through activities and programs organized by the School's Rasin Center for Global Justice.
Tatyana Khaikin from the Theatre School of Konstantin Raikin in Moscow provides training in theatre technique to cast and crew of "Uncle Vanya."
The 2016 Lantern earned a First Place Award in the American Scholastic Press Association in its annual magazine competition.