Our Vision Ensuring high academic achievement, building meaningful relationships, and empowering all students to own their futures.
The Health Center at WaHi located in Portable 7 is open 8am-2:00 pm school days. We provide counseling and medical service to students. Mental Health Counseling referrals can be made through your WaHi academic counselor or students may self-refer using this FORM
Medical appointments for sports physicals or other services can be made using this FORM .
Stop by Portable 7 to find out more about us.Read more
Whitman College will be offering Whitman Enrichment for the 2022-2023 school year. This program allows high school students to take 1 college course per semester free of tuition through Whitman College; however, all costs for texts and materials for the course must be paid by the student.
Students will receive college credit for successful completion of the course/s. Students are permitted to enroll in only those courses that are significantly different from those offered at Walla Walla High School.
Interested students, please see Mrs. Mueller in P16 to get the correct application. The application is due by May 2nd at 3:00 PM.
The Whitman College catalog and other pertinent information can be found on-line at: https://www.whitman.edu/
The Walla Walla County Road Dept. has issued new Road signs on the North Side of Abbott Rd from Scarpelli St. to the Yellow Hawk Creek Canal. This entire section is a No Parking Zone and labeled as a Tow-Away zone. This is due to numerous students parking in front of mailboxes and residential driveways.
Vehicles parking in violation of the posted County signs will be towed at owner's expense beginning April 18th, 2022.
The Walla Walla County Sheriff's Office will be the sole agency responsible for any and all enforcement action taken. The Walla Walla High School does not assume the Enforcement Responsibilities for vehicle's parked on the County Right-of-Way.
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Camp Invention is a one-week summer STEM, 1-6 grade enrichment program that will be hosted at Berney Elementary July 11-15. Camp Invention offers a high school volunteer internship where students can earn 40 service hours for participating in an educational webinar ahead and assisting the teachers with the program week to foster leadership skills and gain experience with inquiry, problem-based learning models. For more information and to indicate interest visit: https://www.invent.org/
Contact Mary Burt at email@example.com for more information or to sign up!
Benefits of the program:
It's time to submit your yearly High School and Beyond Plan! Remember this is a graduation requirement,and students earn 0.25 elective credit each year (for a total of 1 credit by the end of senior year) for participating in HSBP activities.
Instructions are attached here, so please use some time in advisory to get this submitted in SchooLinks!
If you need time to finish SchooLinks activities, sign up for a FLEX with any counselor!!
Friday, May 6th, the Walla Walla High School Latino Club is sponsoring a Cinco de mayo celebration for all WA-HI students in the Walla Walla High School Commons from 6:30 pm to 10:00 pm. The festival will feature games, music, prizes, karaoke, and the showing of the movie “The Book of Life.”
The Club will also host a food truck from Mi Pueblito and will provide a 2 taco with rice and beans meal for the first 175 students who pick up their tickets by May 4th from the ASB office starting April 26th. Participants can also order off the menu at their own expense.
Attention Senior Parents
The future looks bright for the Class of 2022, so the The Class of 2022 Senior Party Committee is hard at work to organize a celebration! The Senior Party will be held at the Walla Walla YMCA after the Graduation Ceremony, from 10 p.m. until 2 a.m. The theme is "Your Future is Bright" and the decorations will be filled with neon colors. There will be free food, plenty of activities, and many many prizes. Please consider donating to fund the fun, food, and prizes for our seniors! A donation of $50 covers the costs for your student, but any amount will help (even $22)! This is an event that is not funded or organized by the school district, so your donations really help. In a few weeks the party committee will also ask if you'd like to help out during the event. To donate please go to our easy donation site at https://givebutter.com/Classof2022party.
Please also consider signing up to volunteer before and during the party -- info and shifts and signup available at https://signup.com/go/JtvBBiqRead more
Please complete the interest form here or for more information, stop by the GEAR UP area in the library.Read more