Wayzata High School

Wayzata Learns: A flexible plan for the 2020-2021 school year

Based on the current trends of COVID-19 in our community, we are prepared to flex between several learning scenarios as needed throughout the 2020-2021 school year. Visit our Wayzata Learns webpage to stay up-to-date and learn more.

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75% of students are involved in one or more of the more than 110 activity or athletic opportunities. Explore the options!

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    Crimes of the Heart

    This hysterical and heartwarming dark comedy concerns itself with the three quirky Magrath sisters, forced to spend a fraught couple days at their childhood home in Hazlehurst, Mississippi in the fall of 1974. Youngest sister Babe has just shot her husband for unknown reasons, middle sister Meg is home to rekindle a long lost love, and oldest sister Lenny just wants to celebrate her birthday in peace. As the sisters rehash old traumas and new territory, they move past their disturbing childhood and begin to heal together. Crimes of the Heart won the 1981 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

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    Wayzata Student Wins Statewide Video Contest on Dangers of Vaping CCX Story

    Ashley Zhou, a 9th grader at Wayzata High School, won the "Escape the Vape" contest. The contest was sponsored by CCF Advertising, the Minnesota Department of Health, Tobacco-Free Alliance, Masonic Cancer Center–University of Minnesota, Minnesota Youth Council, Minnesota Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and Allina Health Change to Chill.

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    Exciting Academic Choices

    302 Exciting Academic Choices
    With over 302 courses to choose from, our students find plenty of reasons to get excited about learning.

    Aspirational Programs

    We help students pursue their academic and professional dreams by offering academic options like Advanced Placement, Compass Professional Studies and PSEOs.

    Highly Engaged Students

     3,669 Highly Engage Students
    85% of our 3,669 students participate in our school's co-curricular activities.

    Supportive Environment

    An associate principal, a dean, three counselors and a social worker surround and support each student from the day they begin high school until they graduate.

    Fun Ways to Connect

    150 fun ways to connect
    Our 150 athletic, artistic and academic clubs, sports, leagues, and groups provide fun ways for students to connect with classmates who share their interests.

    Weekly MyTime

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    Students get 45 minutes of dedicated personal time midway through the school week to catch up, connect with teachers and de-stress.