Welcome to Woodinville High School!
"One Falcon, One Family"
Woodinville High School's curriculum offers students a well-balanced educational experience. Our school is noted for its rich tradition of providing a comprehensive education in what we refer to as the "5 A's": Academics, Activities, Advanced Placement, Athletics, and the Arts.
- All eligible students who are new to our district or who were formerly withdrawn and want to enroll, must submit all required enrollment documents to attend Woodinville High School.
- Once all eligible student enrollment paperwork is received and verified, a high school counselor will review the student's file and will then work with the student after August 16 to register the student for courses (See New Student Counselors Orientation below).
- All new incoming students not currently enrolled in NSD, or who at one time were formerly enrolled in NSD (even if back in preschool), have a separate enrollment process.
- Newly enrolling or formerly enrolled students will be provided a course selection sheet in August once all their initial enrollment documents have been submitted and reviewed. See Step 1 and Step 2, below.
Answers to many summer questions, as well as the opportunity to ask questions can be found at this link: WHS Parent/Student Office Questions 2021.
Counseling Office Manager
August 2 - 5 & 9-13: 7:00a-12:30p
Beginning August 16: 7:50a-3:50p
Closed August 6 & 24
Counselors are on summer break through August 16.
*Please note due to District COVID-19 guidelines, the Woodinville High School offices are closed to the public for non-emergency visits. Please expect a response to phone calls and/or emails within two business days during the months of August through June. The counseling office is closed during the month of July. Your patience is greatly appreciated.
Spring 2021 Registration Process for Fall 2021-22
Current Students in
Grades 11, 10, 9, & 8
(Classes of 2022, 2023, 2024, & 2025)
Course Catalog 2021-22