We produce beautiful, informative yearbooks!
We’ll first pick a book and then we’ll set a date to complete it. We’ll have an organized discussion about the book but there will be plenty of time to diverge. Come if you love reading and want a community-based experience and/or want to learn more about different genres (such as graphic novels!) Teachers are welcome too!
THE BROWN & WHITE
The Brown & White is Westtown’s official student newspaper publication.
CITE (Culture & Identity through Expression)
The purpose of CITE is to create a safe space and atmosphere in which we share and learn from one another using forms of self-expression. You DO NOT have to perform, nor do you have to be an artist at all! The purpose is to be together as a community and learn from each other, spark discussion, and do so in a creative and fun way. We would plan monthly performances (sometimes having a topic to follow, sometimes just for fun) and they can be influenced by what is going on in our community. This is for anyone of any background, and everyone is encouraged to be a part of it, whether you are planning, performing, or just enjoying the show and forms of expression. It is a creative learning experience for all.
Epiphanies is the school literary magazine. It publishes student work: poetry, stories, vignettes, memoirs. Anyone can submit work. The students who work on the magazine are in charge of selecting material to publish, working with writers, proofreading and laying out the magazine, etc.
The Poetry Club provides a space for students to share and explore poetry! We plan to organize community poetry nights. Anyone in the Westtown community who is interested in poetry is welcome to join.
The Buzz will raise school awareness to worldwide issues, accomplishments and news. We want to improve the knowledge of current events for the rest of the student body by sending out a weekly (or biweekly) newsletter, with highlights of the top issues all over the world, including more positive news about art and innovation on a global scale. The focus is also to create a better understanding of how to acknowledge and advocate for important global issues respectively.