Woodstock High School

News and Announcements

WHS 2nd Semester High Honor Roll and Regular Honor Roll Students Have Been Posted

Students earning the academic distinction of High Honor Roll or Regular Honor Roll for 2015-2016 2nd semester have been posted to the Awards & Honors page from the left menu. Congratulations to all WHS honor roll students for expecting excellence. Please visit the Awards & Honors page from the left menu for a complete listing of student names.  

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Local business leaders are wanted for their guidance, expertise, and ideas in the start up of a new District program INCubatoredu

On behalf of the students of District 200, local business leaders are invited to attend an informational meeting regarding a new and innovative program that we are embarking on for next year - INCubatoredu. This program provides students with an authentic entrepreneurship experience in which the students create and fully develop their own product or service. Real entrepreneurs and business experts serve as volunteer coaches and mentors, guiding student teams through the Lean Startup processes of developing hypotheses about a business concept, testing those hypotheses, adapting, and furthering iteration.

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District Offices on Summer Schedule

District 200 offices are currently operating on a four day work week through August 5th. Buildings are open from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and closed on Fridays.  Employees work ten hours each day to accommodate the change.

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WHS literary magazine Carpe Diem is available to view and enjoy!

Get ready, Streaks - the official WHS literary magazine is finally here! Carpe Diem is a collection ​of short stories, poetry, and visual art that is all produced by the students at WHS. The publication is one that features the hard work, talent, and passion of students who create works of art. 

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The WHS PLTW program boasts of 8 seniors preparing to pursue engineering programs after high school!

It is the goal of Woodstock High School's Project Lead The Way (PLTW) program to graduate students each year with the ambition to pursue a college/university engineering program. We are proud to announce the names of the eight 2015-2016 seniors who have committed to a major college/university around the Midwest in the engineering field of study.

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WHS Varsity Band receives rave reviews at CICBF, and student Kathryn Dawdy plays her bassoon for a professional band!

The Varsity Band performed in the Chicagoland Invitational Concert Band Festival hosted by John Hersey High School on April 16. The Varsity Band was invited through an application process and performed for three judges of distinction in the collegiate and high school ranks. Pieces performed were San Antonio Dances by Frank Tichelli and Italian in Algiers by Gioachino Rossini. The band played wonderfully and represented WHS at a high level! The Varsity Band played so well that all three judges said that WHS Bands were "put on the map" in the concert band world as a band to watch out for in the future! This is a great step toward growing our program and elevating the level of performance in the band.

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Congratulations, 2016 Board of Education PRIDE Award Recipients!

Congratulations to the graduating seniors who are this year’s recipients of the Woodstock District 200 Board of Education PRIDE Award.  The awards were announced at the senior honor assemblies at Woodstock High School and Woodstock North High School on April 28th. Awards were given in seven different categories which represent the qualities the Board believes the community truly values in its graduates: scholarship, personal achievement, vocational excellence, fine arts, community service, school service and athletics.

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WHS Receives Two Prestigious National Recognitions!

Woodstock High School was recognized by two prestigious nationwide organizations for our academic success.  U.S. News and World Report recognized Woodstock High School in their 2016 Best High Schools rankings.  We were ranked as one of the top 100 high schools in the state, earning our second consecutive Silver Award that puts us within the top 10% of all high schools nationally. The Washington Post included WHS in the list of America's Most Challenging High Schools, making this our third consecutive year of earning this award. 

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Text-A-Tip app offers WHS students a means of reaching out for help when needed

WHS administration and staff are concerned not only with the academic success of our students, but also with the social-emotional wellbeing of our students. In an effort to be as proactive as possible, we are announcing a new service available to WHS students called Text-a-Tip. Text-a-Tip (http://www.leadingefforts.org/text-a-tip/) is a text-communication app that is completely anonymous, operating 24 hours per day, 7 days a week. The system provides text-message service to a dedicated number, allowing the caller to receive an immediate response from a licensed mental health professional in complete anonymity. 

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July 4, 2016

July 4th Holiday Offices closed

July 6, 2016

WHS Registration Fees Due Date

July 9, 2016

Run for Hope

July 25, 2016

WHS Class of 2017 Portraits

July 26, 2016

WHS Class of 2017 Protraits

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