All Sports Eligibility Meeting

Tuesday, August 6, 2024
6:00 pm at WHS

Fall sports practices begin August 12.

If you plan to participate in a 7th thru 12th grade sport next year we highly encourage you to come to this event!!
* Impact testing
* Pick up your Eligibility slip for practice
* Fall sports will meet with coaches

Online Registration begins July 1, 2024
Register at under the Activities tab, then Activity Registration or click below.

If you registered last year, use the same account this year.

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Congratulations to our two MN State Track participants – Caleb Meyer and Fanuel Wolday! Caleb placed 5th in the High Jump. He cleared 6’4 and missed at 6’6, although in the 2 meet prior to the state meet, he cleared 6’5! Caleb smashed a 30 year school record earlier this spring by jumping 6’4.

And Fanuel participated in his second MN State Tournament this year by running in 2 different events at the MN State Track Meet – the 1600 and 3200 races. He ran the 1600 with a time of 4:34.63 placing him with a 21st place. And his time in the 3200 at 10:08.74 earned him 18th place. Both had an amazing spring track season and are proud of the time and efforts they put into training and practicing. Congratulations to you both! Go Trojans!

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Movie Night at Trojan Field

Business Professionals of America hosts our final Movie Night at Trojan Field June 14, 2024
Movie starts at 7:15 pm
Kung Fu Panda 4
*Free Admission
*No outside food or drinks
*Under 12 requires adult guardian
*Concessions available
Entrance only on Marine Avenue beginning at 6:45 pm (bridge gate entrance)

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WHS Commencement Information

Worthington High School Graduation Commencement Ceremony
Friday, May 31, 2024
By invitation only. Tickets are required. Children who need their own seat must have a ticket.
Gymnasium doors will close to guests at 6:00 PM. Guests arriving after 6:00 PM will view the ceremony livestreamed in the Cafeteria.

No Balloons.

Worthington High School has a tradition of respect, dignity, and pride in the commencement ceremony. In continuing tradition, we request and appreciate the cooperation of all guests present.


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Schwan’s Culinary Skills Challenge

The Schwan’s Culinary Skills Challenge was held on Thursday, April 18 at the Southwest Minnesota State University’s Recreation/Athletic facility.  Twenty-one students from Worthington’s High School Culture and Cuisine class, taught by Mrs. Bents, prepared for many different competition areas.  The students also were able to have various different food workshop experiences that filled the day.

There were over 200 students from the surrounding schools and also some from South Dakota all to take part in the event and compete. Awards are given to the top three in the competition areas. 

It was a successful event for the Worthington group with the following students winning medals and scholarships in their competition areas.

In Menu Design with a Cultural theme:
1st place -Estrella Bahena and Giovani Garcia Soto 
3rd place – Kiera Ahrenstorff and Kelly Chilel Sandoval

In the holiday theme Table setting and Napkin fold. 
2nd place – Andrea Dominguez

The Baking Science competition developed a new flavor from an existing cookie recipe. The team chose colorful Fruity Pebbles and honey in their alteration.
2nd place – Bailey Ahlquist and Janessa Hamann

This was the second year for Emily Soto to compete at the contest. She chose the Food Sculpture area and was awarded 2nd place.

Always looking for a good way to compete using the Premium Schwan’s Chicken Breast is the job of the cooking team.  It is limited to 8 teams competing on the center of the SMSU gym floor.  This year’s theme was Italian and the team created their recipe of a Deglazed sauce over the Chicken Breast with a side of Risotto Milanese and a Colorful Pepper Mix in Lemon Butter. The students had one hour to prepare and plate the hot meal using 2 butane burners.  They were observed on their knife skills along with safety and sanitation knowledge during the preparation.

The Worthington team of Ben Maldonado, Anthony Moris, and Oswaldo Rodriguez was awarded 2nd place medals along with $1000.00 scholarships each to attend the Culinology program at SMSU to further their interest in Food Preparation and Food Science.

Other students who attended the workshops and prepared for competitions in the Menu Design, Tablesetting, Knife Skills, Nine inch Cake, Multi-layer cake and Cupcakes were: Darin Thong, Mason Snyder, Jocelyn Kropf Guevara, Erika Pineda Argueta, Emily Lopez Martin, Mussa Zerfu, Jacob Keodouangsy, Mia Velasco, Samantha Bultmann, and Aubree Lebaron.

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Trojan Athletes Community Clean-Up

May 5th, 2025
1:00 – 4:00

Worthington, MN City Limits Only
Yard Clean-Up (raking, sticks, branches)
Moving items out of homes to the curb for city clean up

Our Worthington Trojan Athletes extend their gratitude to the local residents for their support! Additionally, our athletes are eager to assist community members in need of extra help before city clean-up.

If you are in need of assistance and want to participate contact Karmen at Worthington High School by May 1st at 507.376.6121 to be added to the list.

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WHS Parent/Teacher Conferences

Worthington High School Parent/Teacher Conferences
Thursday, April 25
3:15 – 7:15

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Big South Speech

19 students in 4 rows on the bleachers showing certificates and medals

The Worthington Trojan Speech Team gave outstanding performances at the Big South Conference Speech Meet on Thursday night. Two first place finishes led the way: MacKenzie Platt in Storytelling and Isaac Kinser in Discussion. Also placing in Storytelling and Discussion were Grace Gaalswyk (5th, Storytelling) and Team Captain Angela Dailey (2nd, Discussion). In Drama, Alondra Palma Zaragoza placed 6th. Jay Chavez and Austin Kinser placed 5th and 4th, respectively, in Extemporaneous Reading. Taking 6th in Extemporaneous Speaking was Cameron Kinser. Team Captain Lucy O’Donnell placed 3rd in Humorous, and Alondra Leon Flores placed 6th in Original Oratory. The team’s two Poetry Readers, Gerelyn Menjivar and Team Captain Quinn Benz, placed 4th and 3rd, respectively. Rounding out the night were three strong performances in Prose: Isabella Kouame, placing 4th; Gisel Martinez, placing 3rd; and Mikeayla Engidaw, placing 2nd. The team competes in their last regular season meet this Saturday in Pipestone in preparation for the Section competition, which will be held April 13.

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WHS Students Earn Recognition

Worthington students earn recognition at Minnesota Business Professionals of America conference. Worthington, MN – 8 students from Worthington participated in the annual Minnesota Business Professionals of America (BPA) State Leadership Conference held March 14-16, 2024 at the Minneapolis Hyatt Regency with more than 1,100 members competing. During the school year, 1,800 Minnesota BPA student members took part in the organization’s competitive events program, allowing them to compete in nearly 70 events focused in the areas of finance, business administration, management information systems, digital communication & design, and management, marketing & communication. The competitions are designed to prepare students to succeed and assesses real-world business skills and problem solving abilities. After qualifying earlier this year, regional winners put their talents to the test during the State Leadership Conference. Students receiving state recognition include: Kaw Blay – Fundamental Desktop Publishing – 2nd
Kaw Blay – Administrative Support Team – 3rd
Sophie Göhler – Administrative Support Team – 3rd
Alondra Leon Flores – Administrative Support Team – 3rd
Cristina Mireles – Administrative Support Team – 3rd
This May, Kaw Blay, Sophie Göhler, Alondra Leon Flores and Cristina Mireles will compete with thousands of top students from across the United States at the 59th Annual National Leadership Conference – the pinnacle of BPA competition.  Members will travel to Chicago, IL in May.
Business Professionals of America is the leading Career and Technical Student Organization for high school students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields. The mission of Business Professionals of America is to contribute to the preparation of a world-class workforce through the advancement of leadership, citizenship, academic and technological skills. BPA enhances the preparation for college and careers by providing co-curricular programs that integrate into classroom instruction, apply learning, connect to business and promote competition. The Minnesota Secondary Association is part of a larger organization comprised of over 50,000 members from 23 United States and Puerto Rico. For more information about Minnesota BPA, please visit  

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WHS Prom Tickets for Sale

Prom Tickets for Sale
March 11 – 15 “After School”
WHS Lobby
$45 per ticket
Required forms will be provided during ticket sales.
Grand March lineup will be determined by the order of student sign-up.

Sophomores and students from other schools may attend prom only as a guest of a Junior or Senior WHS student.

Contact Mr. Hastings or Ms. Meyer with questions.

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