Thanks to a sharp-eyed student, a small etching of Westover's Chapel by one of the School's first art teachers has returned home to Westover.
The Swim Team's successes at the New England Prep School Swimming and Diving Division III Championships included its first New England Champion.
Glee Club members and Handbell ringers charmed audiences while performing during their tour of Italy, and they were charmed by the wonders of Italy.
Members of Westover Community Service Team shared their experiences volunteering with area organizations during a recent Chapel service.
A concert in Italy goes on, thanks to two students who made on-the-spot electrical repairs drawing from their experience in Westover programs.
"Now and Again: Alternative Photography in an Age of Alternative Facts" by Colin Burke will on exhibit in the Schumacher Gallery March 27 - May 5.
Varsity Squash competes in U.S. High School Championships and Class B New Englands.
Monday, February 27, was not only the beginning of Westover's spring term, it also marked the opening of the School's new Center for Women in Science and Engineering (WISE). Construction on the renovated space began last fall.
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.