WHS Student Services

Hello from the Counselors at WHS!

High School is an exciting and hopeful time. It is the final transition into adulthood and the world of work as students begin separating from parents and exploring and defining their independence. Students start deciding who they are, what they are good at, and what they will do when they graduate. High school counselors are professional educators who understand and respond to those challenges. School counselors do not work alone, rather they work with teachers/school staff, parents, community members, and administrators in making sure students are successful. The work of the school counselor is aligned with the school's mission to support academic achievement of all students as they prepare for the ever-changing world of the 21st Century. The school counselor fosters the academic, personal/social, and career development of all students. Our ultimate goal is to help students achieve personal growth, acquire positive social skills and values, set appropriate career goals and realize full potential to become productive members of society.

News & Updates

  • ACT Information

    2016-2017 ACT TEST DATESSeniors: If you have not taken your ACT yet and plan to attend a 4 year university/college you need to sign up for the ACT.Juniors: You should be studying to take the ACT in the spring or summer.*For more information please see your School Counselor in the Student Services office* Test Date Registration DeadlineLate Registration PeriodSept. 10, 2016August 5, 2016Oct. 22, 2016Sept.   Read More...

  • Records/Transcript Request

    Past graduates of WHS may obtain copies of their transcript as well as immunization and attendance records through a written request.  This service is provided without charge to former graduates.  The request must have:·         your name as it appeared on your school records·         your date of birth·         the year you graduated or attendance dates·         and, must have your handwritten signatureOff...  Read More...


    All Seniors who plan on attending a 2-4 year college/university in the fall of 2016 need to fill out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Student may qualify for grants, loans, or work study based on family income. Applications can be completed after January 1, 2016 during tax season.   Read More...

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