New WardeTV Anchors Thrilled To Star Show

Starting from its debut year, 2006, WardeTV has since then been a student run broadcast program advised by Ms. Gartsu keeping the school’s community informed and entertained with its latest news and events.  Well into their thirteenth season, new cast members take the stage. Seniors Liam Inchoco and Amy Li have been selected for this…

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Fairfield’s Annual A Cappella Night

As the month of February concluded, Fairfield Warde High School’s two a cappella ensembles prepared for one of the most important shows of the year, “A Cappella Night” at Tomlinson Middle School on February 22nd. The performance has become a staple in the Fairfield music department, inviting Chamber Singer groups from Tomlinson, Fairfield Woods, and…

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The End Of An Acting Era

We’ve just entered the third term of the school year, wrapping up the first half year courses from term one and two. One of these courses included Acting, most commonly populated by the class of 2019. Members of this class have been part of many theater productions here at Warde, including The Three Sisters, Into…

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School Musical: City of Angels

Another musical production is heading to Warde this coming spring. Mr. Frattaroli is directing the comedy City of Angels, written by Larry Gelbart, and unites various art departments around the school to help contribute to the making. Preparation and enthusiasm from the students and teachers involved are already in the midst as each one does…

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New GPA and Course Names

This past year, there has been much controversy within the Warde community over courses and their GPA weightings for future years. On January 22, 2019, an email was sent out regarding the administration’s plan for GPA weighting changes and course name updates. The message highlights five main themes among comments from the Board of Education,…

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The Innovation Lab

This past month, Warde TV featured a story on the new Innovation Lab, a converted computer lab in Fitts House. The idea for the new room came from Dr. Toni Jones, current Superintendent, and is rooted in the “Vision of A Graduate” movement, specifically the “Innovative Learning Initiative,” hence the name. The opening of the…

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Warde’s Debate Team Fires Up In Tournament

By: Luis Leon   Intensity of verbal combat between the Warde Mustangs and rivalry schools heated off within the last two months in the CDA debate competitions. On November 10th and December 8th, the debate team headed off against matches that discussed philosophical and political questions. Questions which required analytical thought, fast processing of information,…

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Course Selection and How to Understand the Changes

Patricia O’Keefe and Rachel Wolk Course selection time is in full swing, meaning choices galore, meetings with teachers, and frantic students! This time period is crucial to a student’s next step in terms of their Warde career. It also has a great impact on what they may want to do in life after high school….

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The Warde Catacombs

  It is a common misconception among Fairfield Warde High School students that “only Fairfield Woods Middle School has tunnels in its basement,” and, “The Warde Tunnels are just an urban myth.” As of today, everyone’s going to know the truth. In early October, I was asked by the advisor of the Warde Focus, Mr….

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Carillon: The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

As the holiday season approaches, one event remains a staple for Warde students and the Fairfield community: the annual Carillon concert. This year, the performance is shaping up to be just as phenomenal, and the excitement is tangible among both music department students and FWHS members who plan to see the show. As Warde Chamber…

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