Publications

Wesleyan's monthly high school newspaper, the Green & Gold , and the spring term yearbook are both student-produced publications. With guidance from faculty sponsors, students take charge of the production process - from idea generation to finished, printed product. Journalistic writing, teamwork, and time management are but a few of many skills honed in these courses.

Journalism


Students expand their knowledge of journalistic techniques and draw upon these as they produce the high school newspaper, the Green & Gold. Students enrolled in this hands-on course develop skills in areas including time management, intensive research, interviewing techniques, journalistic writing, editing, and computer pagination and layout.

Prerequisite: Submission of a writing sample; Written permission from the instructor. Available to students in grades 11-12. (Full-Year Course)

Yearbook


Students participate in the production of the school yearbook, Wolftracks. During daily class sessions, students write about the clubs, classes, and activities of the school. They learn to use computer pagination and layout software and compile pages for the yearbook. This course is a full-year commitment since each student assumes responsibility for producing a section of the yearbook.

Prerequisite: Written permission from the instructor. Available to students in grades 11-12. (Full-Year Course)