is a picturesque New England town located 19 miles west of Boston.
It was settled in 1638 as "Sudbury," and today retains much of
its colonial era charm. Old stone walls, open fields, many acres
of conservation land, Lake Cochituate, and several large ponds
characterize Wayland's landscape. Within the community, there
are many recreational and enrichment opportunities for families.
Town residents share a long-standing commitment to the
school system which enjoys an excellent reputation both regionally and
From the Heart, the Mind, and the Pocket; A History of Wayland High School by Peggy Wang, December 2008
A Commitment to Excellence