Career Connections - Can you help?
Are you a Back Stage Manager?  A Rocket Scientist?  An Artist?    Do you own your own business?  The PTSO is looking for help from our parent/guardian community to support the WHS Guidance Department in its continuing efforts to provide students with information about potential careers and jobs.  Specifically, we are reaching out to those in our community who have a unique, distinctive or one of a kind job.  Do you hold such a job?  Would you be willing to help our students by sharing with them information on your unique position?  We are still in the process of determining exactly how this information will be shared with students but if you are open to helping us, please let us know by sending an email to Connie Burton, WHS PTSO, Co-Vice President, at

Principal's Coffee, Friday 11/30 @ 9:00am, 
WHS Faculty Dining Room
Join Dr. Chisum on Friday the 30th for a community discussion.  We will view the Active Shooter video that was shown to students last month, discuss the NEASC accreditation currently underway at the high school, and watch the Friday Morning Announcements.   All are welcome!

Thank you to our spellers
Thank you to Rachel Rottersman, Jen Bonniwell & Olivera Bogunovic for stepping up to spell for the PTSO.  Great work!

Please contact us with any questions or suggestions.

Colette Aufranc & Catherine Mirick
WHS PTSO Presidents 2018-2019

  • 21st - 1:30pm - Powderpuff Game, Wellesley Senior Girls vs Needham Senior Girls, Wellesley High School
  • 22nd - 10am - Annual Wellesley/Needham Football Game, Needham High School
  • 30th - 9:00am - Principal Coffee, Faculty Dining Room
Want these dates in your calendar automatically? Subscribe to the WHS Calendar  here

WHS Guidance Website - Click here for more information on the following:
  • Free mock SAT or ACT testing nearby
  • College fairs Local scholarship opportunities (Wellesley Scholarship foundation and WHJWC)
  • Self care and self compassion group for high school student
Junior Parent NightIf you missed the 11/14 college planning overview night, or any other meeting,  click here for the slides (bottom of page)

College Planning Timelines  -  available in the Post-Secondary planning information page (Junior and Senior year resources section). 

Guidance Seminar - Click  here to find out what's happening in guidance seminar for your student.  9th and 12th graders are currently in guidance seminar.  10th & 11th graders will have it in the spring semester.


Great job to the WHS Assistant Principals for their showing in the WEF Spelling Bee, sponsored by the WHS PTSO.


Congratulations to the Boys Soccer Team, Girls & Boys Cross Country Teams & the Girls Swimming & Diving teams for their participation in state championships this weekend.  Great job!  
Follow Wellesley Raiders on twitter @wellesleysports for the play by play, or check out the   WHS Athletics Department website and  WHS Big Teams website  to access sports team's times and locations. 

Is there a special event or activity you would like parents to know more about? Contact us at and help us build school spirit.


Want to Run for a Town Office?
The League of Women Voters of Wellesley would like to invite all those who are curious, concerned or interested in the direction of Wellesley's current projects to consider becoming more directly involved in our community by running for Town Meeting member or for an elected board. If interested, please attend the presentation,  "How to Run for Office", on Wednesday, Nov 28th at 7:30 pm in Room 008 of the Annie F. Warren Building (located at 90 Washington St, Wellesley).  For more information on this event, please click here.

Turn the Key, Be Idle Free
Wellesley Green Schools would like to remind everyone to please comply with Massachusetts state law and never allow your car to idle more than 5 minutes. This is especially important when waiting to pick-up your students from school/after-school events. Please click here to read the attached flyer on the importance of limiting idling emissions to ensure the public health of our schools and greater community.