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To address issues that Wayzata High School is facing; to investigate with courage, persistence and passion; to report the news with accuracy and without bias; to encourage thought, investigate events which incite praise and those which incite criticism; and to make connections between people in this community.

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Wayzata High School Headlines

Congratulations to the 20 students from Wayzata High School were among the 53 students honored statewide as Minnesota Department of Education STEM Scholars of Distinction

Congratulation, Class of 2018!

More than 89 percent of the 833 graduates in the Wayzata High School Class of 2018 are making plans to attend two- or four-year colleges or universities.

Standout Student: Drew Galinson

This week's CCX Media Standout Student is Drew Galinson! Drew excels in academics and sports, but his generous spirit is also being recognized for his special relationship with the 7-year-old son of Wayzata Police Officer Bill Mathews, who died in the line of duty last summer.

Trojan Tots registration now open!

Trojan Tots Preschool is run through the high school's Child Psychology II course and is open to preschoolers who are 3-5 years old and potty-trained. The high school students plan and present daily learning activities in language development, math, science, art, social skills, music and movement. Trojan Tots sessions typically run for 6-7 weeks two or three each school year. Please contact Stephanie Ebert for more information on to register your preschooler at Stephanie.Ebert@wayzataschools.org or 763-745-7010.

District News Headlines

From Superintendent Chace Anderson

It's hard to believe we’re at the end of another school year...and what a year it has been. I would like to take a moment to thank you as a community for all you have done to make a difference in the lives of our students and families.

Congratulations, Class of 2018!

More than 89 percent of the 833 graduates in the Wayzata High School Class of 2018 are making plans to attend two- or four-year colleges or universities.

Work Underway on New Elementary School and Other Referendum Projects

Thanks again to school district voters for supporting three school funding requests on the November 7, 2017 ballot. Now that funding has been approved, planning has begun to address the district’s growth and facilities needs for capacity, safety and academics. Here is a recap of work to be done and timelines for completion.