Steven Wang '20 has been called a math phenomenon.
Welcome to our new academic news page! Click on a headline below to read about the great things happening at Williston.
At a ceremony under the tent on the Quad on May 25, faculty members presented awards to students.
The induction happened at the school’s 177th Commencement exercises.
At a recent assembly, the Language Department acknowledged students' outstanding performance.
A Louisiana-born musician gave the class a lesson in Cajun music.
Congratulations to the students who made the honor roll in the second trimester!
Since 1923, the program has spotlighted exceptional work by young artists and writers, honoring the likes of Truman Capote, Sylvia Plath, and Andy Warhol long before they were household names.
Six of our students received commendation, four Honorable Mention, one Outstanding Delegate, and one Best Position Paper.
Josh is involved in many clubs and activities at Williston, including an upcoming Model UN competition at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Wildcats emerged triumphant—like mighty Caesar, you might say—from Classics Day.
Three hundred nine students earned honors or high honors in T1.
Simon Kim ’19 has traveled to the Grand Canyon and beautiful beaches but when it came time to enter an essay contest, he chose a more humble subject.
11 students were inducted into the Cum Laude Society
Three students were named Commended Students in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program.
18 students have been recognizes for strong performance on last year's AP exams.
Matt Liebowitz's journalism class spoke to Kate Nocera '01 about her experience in journalism.
History and global studies teacher Andrew Syfu took 25 Williston students to a Model UN Conference at Choate Rosemary Hall.
Twelve Williston athletes headed to Yale University to participate in the MMATHs competition.
Recent field trips sent seventh and eighth graders to area colleges to expand on work they were doing in the classroom.
Science teacher William Berghoff and five Williston students braved the mid-March snowstorm over spring recess to participate in the Chemistry Olympiad at the University of Massachusetts
Two Williston students will attend the New England Young Writers Conference at the Bread Loaf campus of Middlebury College.
Williston strives to empower all students as thinkers, athletes, artists and people.
College Counseling Director Catherine McGraw has made it her mission to expose Williston students in earlier grades to the college search process.
For the second year in a row, Williston's We the People team secured the state championship.
Susan Michalski's AP French class took a field trip to the exposition of Harvard University's 'Charlie Archive' at the French Cultural Center in Boston
Classics Day brings together students of Latin from around the Pioneer Valley who, for one day, immerse themselves in the cultures of Ancient Greece and Rome.
Nine members of the robotics club journeyed to Boston University Academy to participate in a VEX Competition Qualifier for the Southern New England Regional Tournament.
Eighth graders participated in a mock trial, resulting in various verdicts
Beatrice Cody, Thomas Johnson and Sarah Sawyer were inducted into the Cum Laude Society by Dean of Faculty Peter Valine
Amherst College Professor Austin Sarat came to campus to speak to seniors at assembly
Students were recognizes for their accomplishments on the AP exams from last spring
Chris Pelliccia, Carey Baldwin, Emily Ditkovski and Janine Whipple were awarded instructorships on September 16
Sarah Sawyer, Michael Doubleday and Bill Berghoff were all rewarded Faculty Chairs