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SCHOOLLOOP REGISTRATION

New students and parents can now register for Schoolloop.

Parents: Please allow at least 24 hours for approval before calling.

Instructions for Parent Registration.

Instructions for Parent Registration in Spanish.


Coming Soon: Information sessions from the KC Scholars Program

Traditional Scholarship 

(available for high school juniors to apply)
- applications submitted by students in their 11th grade year 
- awarded up to $10,000 per year, renewable up to five years 
- must maintain a 2.5 GPA or higher 

 

College Savings Match 

(available for high school freshmen to apply)
- up to 1,000 students will receive $25 in a 529 College Savings Plan

- 50 will be selected for the four-to-one match and incentives program

- can earn up to $7,000 toward college.


Applications can be submitted online beginning Jan. 2 - March 3, 2017. For more information about KC Scholars, visit kcscholars.org

 

Vision

 

Every day, in every classroom, all teachers and students

will be engaged in literacy-rich and student-centered learning.

 

Parents and community members are encouraged to join in

fulfilling this vision as members of the WHS Site Council.

The WHS Site Council is creating a new meeting schedule.  

Please share your availability by following the link below.

 

Click Here to Join Us