WHS doesn't normally order extra yearbooks for those who didn't pre-pay. However, if the publisher ships extra books, which is not guaranteed each year, we will have a lottery drawing for those who would like to purchase a yearbook. If there are extra books available, students will be randomly selected to have the opportunity to purchase a yearbook ($55.00). Students must fill out the GoogleApps form to enter their name into the 2019 yearbook lottery.Opens a New Window. The deadline for student name submissions is Tuesday, June 4.
Thanks for paying it forward! Volunteers, preferably freshmen, sophomore, and junior parents/guardians, are needed for Senior Awards Night, Thursday, June 6 to help in the office with Commencement ticket sales and with cap/gown and possibly yearbook distribution after the awards ceremony ends. SIGN UP HERE!
Beginning Friday, May 3, 2019, registration for all 2019-20 high school sports will be through a new registration platform: FinalForms. That’s not a typo! FinalForms will allow families to easily register students for fall, winter, and spring sports at the same time in one easy process. Payments will not be accepted until the season begins and the coach has confirmed the roster with Athletic Secretary Renae Hector.
Class of 2019 news and information will be posted on the Class of 2019 webpage under the Counseling tab as it becomes available throughout the school year! View the Senior Class Timeline that is now available!
Come out for a fantastic, family friendly 5k at the Woodinville Summer Solstice Run/Walk, Saturday, June 15! The funds raised benefit the Woodinville Lacrosse Booster Club in support of Woodinville Boys Lacrosse!
Registration for Summer School Accelerated/Additional Courses is open April 5 - June 21, 2019. Registration for Credit Retrieval courses only will be accepted through June 28. Classes run at Bothell High School June 26 - August 1, 2019 for Accelerated/Additional Courses and July 9 - August 1, 2019 for Credit Retrieval Courses and Life Fitness/PE.
Washington State graduation requirements include students meeting standard on the Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBAC) in English Language Arts (ELA) and math, as well as juniors completing the Washington Comprehensive Assessment of Science (WCAS) test for federal accountability purposes.
Another step forward in our strategic equity work is the confirmation that we are moving forward with the implementation of the seven period schedule Opens a New Window. for our high school students.
Congratulations to Woodinville High School seniors Vivian Balasu and Jackson Subcleff who were named semifinalists in the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. These students join 18 other Washington state students who have demonstrated leadership and school and community involvement.