News and Announcements

Middle School Winter Concert

Posted by Jason King at Nov 22, 2019 7:43AM PST ( 0 Comments )

We hope that you will join us on Monday, December 2, at 7 pm, at the Cypress Center for the Arts for this year’s Middle School Winter Concert featuring all of our middle school music ensembles. Please visit to reserve your free tickets.


Posted by Jason King at Nov 20, 2019 4:45AM PST ( 0 Comments )

The National Honor Society for Dance Arts (NHSDA) is hosting a society fundraiser Dancing with Athletics. This is our take on Dancing with the Stars: WPS high school athletes are the stars, and high school society members are the dancers. Last year, we raised $2333. All proceeds go to the local non-profit foundation Kids Beating Cancer, which provides medical treatment and support to kids and their families. We need everyone’s support if we want to be able to beat our amount from last year. Please donate to our donor drive to an individual couple with the following link.


Posted by Jason King at Nov 20, 2019 4:44AM PST ( 0 Comments )

Auditions for Windermere Prep’s rendition of Alice in Wonderland will be held on December 10th at 3.30 pm in the Black Box Studio, Cypress Center. Please complete the Google Form (click link below) to register for the auditions and then select the audition cut for the character you would like to audition for from the folder below.

We do hope you will come along.

Registration form:

Audition cuts:

Little Mermaid opens next week!

Posted by Jason King at Nov 8, 2019 9:03AM PST ( 0 Comments )

Tickets are selling fast for this undersea adventure! You will not want to miss this year’s all-school musical production of The Little Mermaid that opens next Thursday! for tickets!

Dia de los Muertos

Posted by Jason King at Nov 8, 2019 8:58AM PST ( 0 Comments )

On November 1 the Visual Arts department enjoyed a terrific collaborative Dia de los Muertos celebration with the WPS Spanish department. For the past several years the Spanish teachers have provided opportunities in their own classrooms for students to create “ofrendas” or offerings to honor famed Mexicans who have passed away. This year, the Visual Arts teachers asked to join the fun and created “calacas,” usually humorous skeletons, as well as other traditional decorations dating from the Aztec Empire of a thousand years ago to the present. Flik, our amazing food service team, made refreshments including delicious skeleton cookies and Mexican spiced hot chocolate. We had such a great experience that plans are underway for an even bigger celebration next year!