Welcome to Wahkiakum High School
Home of the Mules
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Lunch Menu & Prices
How to Qualify for
Free/Reduced Priced Meals
2016-2017 School Calendar
Late Start Thursdays
HS Doors Open: 9:00a
Grades 9-12 Start: 9:30a
All Other Days HS starts at 8:30a
(Mon, Tues, Weds, Fri)
Important HS Info
2016-2017 Master HS Schedule
Mule Success CORE/FLEX Time
Req'ts, Projects, and Rubrics
Upcoming District Events
Can't Get to the Mules Games?
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Watch the Games and Special Events ON-DEMAND ANYTIME on NFHS Network!
Monday, Oct 3rd
Regular School Board Meeting
Tuesday, October 18
5:30pm, HS Library
Mules and Warrior Sports News
Homecoming is October 21
Check Out the Schedules!
October 10-21: WA State 2016 Healthy Youth Survey
Grades 6 - 12
For more info, visit the District's Forms & FAQs Page or
download the Parent and
Student Notification Flyer
Friday, October 31
Teacher In-Service Day
Friday, October 31
End of 1st Quarter
Wednesday, November 11
Veterans' Day Observed
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2011-2016 WHS Annuals
2016 WHS Graduation DVD
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"Today's decisions create tomorrow's successes!"
Wahkiakum High School serves about 130-150 9th-12th grade students in Wahkiakum County and is located on a bluff in Cathlamet, Washington, overlooking the Lower Columbia River.
Wahkiakum High School is proud to be an accredited high school. To learn more about the accreditation process for WHS, visit our page on www.advanc-ed.org.
Read more about the wide variety of college-prep, vocational, individualized, and creative learning opportunities offered to WHS students by our outstanding faculty in this Wahkiakum Eagle article dated January 22, 2015.
Being Different, Belonging Together!
This year, our theme is "Being Different, Belonging Together." With teachers and students willing to support each other and opportunities such as Mule Success CORE/FLEX Time and after school tutoring, along with individual effort, determination and perseverance, success in learning is possible.
As a staff, our goal is to create a college-going culture where students will leave Wahkiakum High School with the tools and skills necessary to persevere in their pursuit of college or career success.
To meet this goal, the WHS faculty receives support from the UW GEAR UP Educator Development Initiative (EDI). With these GEAR UP tools and resources, WHS faculty have introduced Mule Success Time, added Advanced Placement classes, and created a partnership with Lower Columbia College to expose students to early college placement testing.
We are proud of how quickly these programs have made a significant positive impact on WHS students' academic progress. So proud, that WHS teachers presented our story at the 2015 UW GEAR UP EDI Summer Institute showing other teachers how our success can be replicated at other similar schools across the state. Yes, college CAN be a realistic expectation for most WHS students. GO MULES!
The Latest Newsletters from Our Principal, Stephanie Leitz
Welcome back! Be sure to check out this newsletter! It is full of information for students and parents:
- This year's theme: Being Different, Belonging Together We invite students to discover their individual talents, dreams, and goals and come together as Mules to learn!
- This newsletter also includes info on all that's available on Skyward, Orientation, School Supplies,Planning for Graduation, College Readiness Assessments, Mule Success Time, Advisory and Friday Club Time.
- If you don't have this, check out the Skyward Mobile App for access to grades, attendance and lunch accounts.
- Online Classes and Planning for Graduation
- Info on College Readiness Assessments
- Teachers and volunteer tutors available after school for homework help.
- Get involved and join an extracurricular activity through Mule Success Time, Advisory, and Friday Club Time.
|Key Dates for High School Students
||Support the Mules Sports Teams!
||WHS Spirit Week
||7pm: Homecoming Game vs Winlock
Followed by the Homecoming Dance
|College/Career Testing Schedules and Resources
||Friday, Oct 7
||The next registration deadline for the SAT is on October 7 and the test is given November 5 at various sites. Visit CollegeBoard.com for more information and dates for late registrations.
All Juniors and Seniors need to take the SAT.
||Mid-October (Date not set yet)
at the HS
Register in HS Office.
All Sophomores and Juniors are encouraged to take the PSAT
||Need more info and dates for the SAT, ACT or other tests?
Check out our HS & Beyond pages, where you'll find tons of resources on college testing and preparation, how/where to apply for financial aid and scholarships, and college/career planning.
Are you ready for graduation? Check out the all the handouts on graduation requirements, culminating projects, and assessment rubrics on our HS & Beyond pages.
Planning to Go to College? Find out more about using your Smarter Balanced score to qualify for entry-level credit-bearing college courses.
Homework Help: After School Support & Tutoring
Teachers and volunteer tutors available every day after school (3:05-4:15p)
Library open Monday-Thursday, 3:05-4:15p and until 3:30 on Fridays.
Monday-Thursday: Mule Success Time
Advisory: College / Career Readiness alternating with Club/Activities Day
More About WHS Clubs
Go Mules! Mules Sports Schedules
Other Newsletters from Our Principal, Stephanie Leitz
Thank you for another successful year for our students. This newsletter has information on the first WHS Scholarship and Senior Awards Assembly, Credit Recovery, Mule Success, fall class schedule, courses with college credit, welcome to Jasmine, our new Mental Health Counselor, the success of the Chromebook Pilot Program, and a reminder that WHS is an accredited high school.
This newsletter has information on 3rd quarter progress reports Smarter Balanced Assessments, planning next year's classes, summer school, and using Skyward to check for current grades.
Newsletter to Parents of SENIORS (April/2016) Check out the dates for NOT TO MISS Upcoming Events for our Senior Class.
For information on requirements for graduation from Wahkiakum High school and other resources for planning for after graduation, please visit our HS & Beyond page.
This newsletter has information on 1st semester report cards (end of 2nd Quarter), Chrome books now available, tutors available every night after school, use Skyward to check for current grades and missing assignments, Mule Success Time
This newsletter has information on Teacher Conferences, 1st Quarter Progress Reports, Skyward, Mule Success Time, Winter Sports, staff email addresses, attendance/tardiness policy, and tutors available M-F after school.
This newsletter has information on Curriculum Night, Spring 2015 testing results, how this information is used, and links to information on what tests are required for graduation.