Congratulations to the Wayzata High School Class of 2019! More than 90 percent of the 833 graduates in the Wayzata High School Class of 2019 are making plans to attend two- or four-year colleges or universities.
Congratulations to the 27 students from Wayzata High School were among the 51 students honored statewide as Minnesota Department of Education Science, Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Scholars of Distinction, Mathematics Scholars of Distinction, Social Studies Scholars of Distinction and Science Scholars of Distinction.
Anika Ahluwalia, senior at Wayzata High School, has been named a 2019 U.S. Presidential Scholar. Anika was one of four semifinalists from Wayzata High School and advanced as finalist and is now among 161 Scholars across the nation
Congratulations to Lauren Hlavacek, class of 2019, who is the first student from Wayzata High School to earn the National Community Service Ambassador Award from the United Nations Association USA this year! This award recognizes students who make the decision to invest energy and effort in others by volunteering in their local community.
Two teams of WHS students competed in the "Mathworks Math Modeling Challenge" earlier this month. Both teams made the top 20% in the nation and one of the teams made the top 6 out of 877 teams nationwide!