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Italian art inspires WPBHS artist

January 16, 2019

Italian art inspires WPBHS artist By Haley Chambliess Cristina Saldana, senior at West Point-Beemer High, is known for her artistic skills. Saldana’s most recent artwork is singer Paul Anka. . . . read more

Music offers varied opportunities

January 16, 2019

Music offers varied opportunities By Brithany Cervantes   A major part of the fine arts program at WPBHS is music. The departments provides entertainment for a variety of activities. . . . read more

One Act three points away from state meet

January 16, 2019

One Act three points away from state meet By Gerardo Osorio               “Tell-Tale Heart” by Edgar Allan Poe provided a . . . read more

Schmidt guides future artists

January 16, 2019

Schmidt guides future artists By Jasmine Stinson               Art is something that is displayed throughout West Point-Beemer High School and . . . read more

Sellhorst develops quality band program

January 16, 2019

Sellhorst develops quality band program By Ethan Mayes A couple months after receiving a 1 – the highest award available – at the District Music Contest, the West Point-Beemer senior high band is . . . read more

Amanda Hansen

December 21, 2018

By Andrea Hoffman             Amanda Hansen, all-time leading scorer for girls’ basketball at West Point-Beemer with 1,990 points, went on to play college . . . read more

Ben VanderGriend

December 21, 2018

By: Abby Kaup             Choosing a college to attend is a difficult decision. Now imagine having to make the decision of which college to attend as well as which sport . . . read more

Blake Anderson

December 21, 2018

By Darian Repschlaeger             Blake Anderson, senior at West Point-Beemer, is one of five West Point-Beemer athletes considering playing a sport at the collegiate . . . read more

Kendra Paasch

December 21, 2018

By: Abby Kaup After qualifying for the state track tournament her sophomore and junior year, senior Kendra Paasch plans to take her throwing career to the next level. . . . read more

Makenna Weddle

December 21, 2018

By Darian Repschlaeger             Makenna Weddle is one of two 2018 West Point-Beemer High School graduates who went on to play collegiate sports. Weddle was a three-year . . . read more

Rebecca Weddell

December 21, 2018

By Kendra Paasch   Not everyone has the talent or ability to compete at the college level. But Rebecca Weddell, senior at West Point-Beemer, has this ability. Weddell has participated in volleyball and . . . read more

Sierra Kile

December 21, 2018

By Andrea Hoffman             Tying the school record for most 3’s in a game during her first performance as a West Point-Beemer Cadet, Sierra Kile is a senior . . . read more

Taylor Shepard

December 21, 2018

  By: Abby Kaup             Taylor Shepard lives for basketball.             Shepard is the . . . read more

The Recruitment Process

December 21, 2018

By Kendra Paasch The recruitment process is not something everyone goes through. It is a whole new playing field full of rules and requirements. Each level has different regulations. Division I, Division II, Division . . . read more

Juniors need to improve academics, attitude

November 19, 2018

Juniors need to improve academics, attitude By Brithany Cervantes and Jasmine Stinson There are typically two different types of students at WPBHS. First, is Student A-who is a hard-working, involved in . . . read more

Quiz Bowl team attempts to recruit new members

November 19, 2018

Quiz Bowl team attempts to recruit new members By Ethan Mayes ESU 2’s West Point Beemer Quiz Bowl is not afraid to be silly, answering George Carlin, nectar suckers, and Lord Buckethead when they didn’t . . . read more

WP-B builds new multi-purpose room

November 19, 2018

WP-B builds new multi-purpose room By Darian Repschlaeger and Kendra Paasch   West Point-Beemer added on to the school this past summer/fall. The contracting service that built the . . . read more

From Stockholm to West Point: Grimelius enjoys small town

October 16, 2018

From Stockholm to West Point Grimelius enjoys small town   By Brithany Cervantes Imagine going away from all you know such as your family and friends for an entire year. Now imagine . . . read more

Ask Abby #2

October 12, 2018

ASK A bby S ue K aup Question: How can I keep a positive attitude in sports? . . . read more

Blast from the past

October 12, 2018

Blast from the past By Brithany Cervantes In the past, different events occurred in our school. Many things have drastically changed from the past to today’s society. Things from kitten ball and . . . read more

ELL program

October 12, 2018

ELL teacher, and paras work to improve English skills By Brithany Cervantes             With many students coming into the U.S., not all have a . . . read more

Schneider runs marathon

October 12, 2018

Schneider runs marathons By Kendra Paasch WPBHS Spanish teacher Meghan Schneider is more than someone who can conjugate corre y correr. The cross country coach is also a marathon runner. Schneider has . . . read more

Seniors represent WP-B at Bright Lights

October 12, 2018

Seniors represent WP-B at Bright Lights By Darian Repschlaeger             On October 3, the 2018-2019 Bright Lights participants gathered at the Nielsen . . . read more

Student managers

October 12, 2018

Student managers featured By Ethan Mayes Student managers are the often unrecognized members of high school sports teams. They are not simply water people, but an integral part of their sport. Troy . . . read more

WPBHS coach digs Volleyball

October 12, 2018

WPBHS coach digs Volleyball By simply reading his license plate cover, which says “I Dig Volleyball,” anyone can tell that Conley Straight, WPBHS head volleyball coach and science teacher, has a passion for . . . read more

New Students at WPBHS

October 11, 2018

WPBHS New Students are featured By Jasmine Stinson The number of students at West Point-Beemer high school continues to grow. With 22 new students in grades 9-12, the school now has 281 students, 9-12. The new . . . read more

All-Female Honor Flight

September 26, 2018

Wimer participates in all-female honor flight   By: Andrea Hoffman and Kendra Paasch In 2008, Bill Williams sponsored the first veteran honor flight. Since then, dozens . . . read more

Girls Golf Recap

September 25, 2018

Lady Cadets win 8 of 10 invitationals   By Brithany Cervantes Girls’ golf has skyrocketed at WPBHS since last year going from 4 to 12 girls with head coach Keith Eriksen and assistant coach Diana . . . read more

Cross Country Recap

September 21, 2018

Cross Country Recap August 27 - September 20 By Jasmine Stinson and Kendra Paasch  With 9 boys, 8 girls, and 1 student manager out for cross country, coaches Meghan Schneider and Tony Mitzel . . . read more

Lady Cadet volleyball wins againts North Bend

September 21, 2018

Cadets serve way to victory By: Andrea Hoffman and Abby Kaup                 Serving 16 aces, the Lady Cadets defeated the North Bend . . . read more

Football highlights

September 21, 2018

Cadets sport 4-0 record through September 14 By Ethan Mayes             On Friday, August 24, the Cadet football team bested Arlington 39-22. The hot . . . read more

Volleyball Recap

September 17, 2018

Through September 15, Cadets sport 8-6 record By: Andrea Hoffman and Kendra Paasch Cadet Volleyball Recap The Cadet volleyball team started its season August 28 with a game at Stanton, . . . read more

Softball Recap

September 13, 2018

Lady Cadets sport 6-10 record through Sept. 8  By Darian Repschlaeger This past summer, the Lady Cadet softball team decided they wanted to rise above what some think they are capable of. In . . . read more

State Fair

September 7, 2018

Bracht, Troyer compete in state fair By Mitchell Lierman and Kendra Paasch             For many students, Labor Day weekend is a time to relax and . . . read more

Students explore Washington DC, New York City

September 5, 2018

Students explore Washington DC, New York City By: Abby Kaup and Andrea Hoffman On June 3, 12 students and their two sponsors left for a trip they would never forget. They traveled to Washington D.C. and New . . . read more

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For our Journalism activity, we are creating a newspaper this year! We will submit stories and pictures, so stay tuned for more upcoming info! read more

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