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News Archive


  • March

    Waring Junior Wins ‘Best of School’ in 6th District Congressional Art Show and Competition

    Waring Junior Asher Leahy ‘18 was awarded Waring’s “Best of School” for his painting Swampscott Sunset at the 6th District Congressional High School Art Competition and Exhibition. He received a citation from Congressman Seth Moulton and a scholarship for Montserrat’s Pre-College Program. Waring School was represented in the annual show by six student artists: Isaac Buxbaum (Photography), Laura Miller (mixed-media Drawing), Asher Leahy (Painting), Julia Natale (Photography), Sarah Malboeuf (Painting), and Elle Zymba (Painting). The show was held at the 301 Gallery at Montserrat College of Art in downtown Beverly.
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  • Waring Senior Wins Third Prize at Endicott College High School Art Competition

    Waring Senior Jacqui Jutras ‘17 was awarded third place overall in the Endicott College High School Art Competition. This year the show had 80 pieces of art from over 25 high schools, and was juried by Al Miner, a curator at the Museum of Fine Arts. Waring submitted work from Hattie Cookson ‘17 (Photography), Emma Garthwaite ‘17 (Mixed-Media Drawing), and Jacqui Jutras ‘17 (Painting). The show is up until April 7 in the Desnoyers Overlook Gallery at Endicott College.
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  • "Waring School Presents: an Evening of Song" Featured in the Beverly Citizen

    Waring Alumnae Miranda Russell ‘90 and Charlee Bianchini ‘05 performed a benefit concert at The Cabot Theater last Thursday. Check out the Beverly Citizen's article HERE!
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  • February

    Waring Debate Builds Momentum and Experience

    On Saturday, February 11, eight members of the Waring Debate team attended the Boston Catholic Forensic League's national qualifying tournament, held in Shrewsbury, MA. The competition was very strong due to the winners being invited to attend nationals during Memorial Day weekend in Louisville, KY. Because this conflicts with Waring's graduation, the debate team did not compete to qualify but rather to gain experience, especially for our five 8th graders.
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  • Scholastic Art and Writing Award Winners 16-17

    Congratulations to our Boston Globe National Scholastic Art and Writing Award Winners!

    (read more for winners and photos)
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  • Two Waring Seniors Qualify for National Speech and Debate Association's National Tournament

    Seniors Jack Kelly and Tristan Horan have qualified for the National Speech and Debate Association's National Tournament, to be held in Birmingham, Alabama, on June 18-23. The qualifying tournament was held last Friday and Saturday in Shrewsbury, MA, and involved the best teams from the New England District. In this double-elimination tournament, Jack and Tristan lost their first debate and then won the next five to join two other teams (from Newton South) in qualifying.
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  • January

    Waring Debate has Strong Showing in Columbia University Debate Tournament

    At the Columbia University Debate Tournament held in New York City on January 20-22, Jack Kelly and Sam Lincoln qualified for elimination debates and won their first "outround" before being eliminated from the tournament. Their 4-3 record against the best competition in the region was a very strong showing. Sam and Jack were chaperoned by Bill Lincoln, who also judged for Waring. Waring Alumna, Grace Panetta ’16, was at the tournament as a "host" judge. 
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  • French Cultural Center Awards Waring Teacher Grant for “Jouons Ensemble” Project

    The French Cultural Center Alliance Française of Boston and Cambridge has awarded Waring teacher Maureen Gedney’s school-wide project “Jouons Ensemble” (let’s play together) a grant of $400. The goal of this project is to create a “Jouons Ensemble” forum across the school that will bring together beginners all the way up to the more advanced students.
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  • Waring Debate Excels at National Level Debate Tournament

    Last weekend, ten members of the Waring School Debate Team were at Lexington High School at a truly national-level debate tournament that hosted 153 Public Forum Debate teams (305 debaters) from the best debate programs in the country. Waring brought a range of debaters, from first-time competitors to our most experienced, Jack Kelly, debating alone (which is called mavericking.)
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  • Waring Fund Reaches 77% of Goal by Year End

    Thank you to our Waring Fund donors for your unrestricted support for the Waring School. Your gifts to the Waring Fund reflect your dedication and commitment to the school. Together, we make the Waring community even stronger. Thanks to you, we raised 77% of our $400,000 goal by December 31st. Our fiscal year ends June 30th, 2017. Contributions to the Waring Fund make a tremendous impact on the day-to-day lives of our students. We offer our heartfelt gratitude for your continuing support.
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  • Waring Senior Wins First Place Speaker in Public Forum Debate

    Waring Debate traveled to Newton South High School on Saturday, January 7 for competition in Public Forum debate. Despite the weather forecast, 79 teams (157 debaters) attended the competition. At the end of the four rounds of debate, Waring senior Tristan Horan was first place speaker! He was followed by Waring Juniors Sascha Denby in tenth and Alice Sullivan at eleventh.
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  • Two Waring Athletes Honored

    Mike Kersker
    Elizabeth Patrick in Girls Soccer and Ella Bellin in Cross Country, were honored as Boston Globe 2016 Prep School All-Scholastics.  Both Patrick and Bellin were nominated as their league's Most Valuable Player and Most Valuable Runner for their respective sports.  It is quite an honor to have one Globe All-Scholastic a season, but in typical Waring fashion, we seem to pack a big punch for such a small school.  

    Congratulations to both Elizabeth and Ella.
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