Infinite Campus: Parents - Staff - Students

Welcome to District 518's Website

By working together, we are able to make educational improvements by giving students opportunities to achieve success. Our direction has been established by a supportive community, which has high expectations for a quality education environment where students grow and develop into productive citizens while reaching their individual goals.  We want you to be active in the future of District 518 and hope that our website will assist you in doing just that. Facebook and Twitter users will be happy to know we keep you up-to-date through these sites too.

Thank you to everyone for your constant and positive support of our students. Together, we truly are excellence in action.

News & Updates (Districtwide)

  • High School Transcript Request

    TRANSCRIPT REQUEST:  According to Federal Law, Worthington High School cannot release your high school records to anyone without your written permission.  To authorize Worthington High School to release a copy of your high school transcript click on the link below. Transcript_Request.docx        Read More...

  • Now is the time to sign up for Early Childhood Family Education classes

    A new ECFE session begins the week of January 26, 2015.  Parent-child classes are offered for children birth to five years old. Classes offered in English or Spanish.  Each session includes time for parents and children to interact together, a group circle time, and a parent education component.  For more information or to sign up for an ECFE class, call 376-9188 or go to the ECFE page: for the class schedule and registration link.         Read More...


    Operation Coats for Kids, Keep Warm Drive. Worthington High School AOK Club is heading up a winter wear collection of all sizes for those in need. All gently used, clean items (coats, hats, scarves, boots, gloves, etc.) can be dropped off at the North Entrance of the WHS Lobby, until Jan 16th.   Read More...

  • ALC Students volunteering at Gospel Union Homeless Shelter

    On December 23, 5 students at the Worthington ALC (Cecilia Delgado, Isabela Cherry, Pedro Dieguez, Carlos Moreno, and Jessica Rodriguez) chose to spend the day at the Gospel Union Homeless Shelter in Sioux Falls instead of celebrating the end of the quarter with their peers with a half day of school.  Upon arrival at the shelter, the ALC group were given a tour of the facility and quickly saw the need for help.  After the tour, students were given the task of setting up tables, chairs,...  Read More...

  • 2014-2015 Worthington High School Dates to Remember

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Educational Excellence
for All Learners to be
Successful Citizens
in the Future
-ISD 518’s Mission Statement-