Woodstock High School

News and Announcements

2015-16 1st Semester Final Exam Schedule is ready to view

December 16, 17, and 18, 2015, are the dates for 2015-16 1st semester finals. The schedule for 1st semester finals is now available for parents and students to view. Please be aware that in the event school is closed for a snow day on any of the regularly scheduled exam dates, 1st semester final exam schedule will change; the alternate snow-day schedule is also available for parents and students to view. 

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Make Your Reservations Now for WHS 38th Annual Madrigal Dinner Performance at the Bull Valley Country Club Dining Room

The Woodstock High School Madrigal Singers will present their 38th Annual Madrigal Dinner Performance on Friday, December 11, at 7:00 p.m. at the Bull Valley Country Club dining room. Journey back to the days of the Elizabethan era and enjoy the colorful costumes and decorations of Merry Olde England. 

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Join Project Mistle-Toes in warming the hearts of special folks with Holiday Socks!

Project Mistle-Toes is not a fundraiser. It is simply a way for three WHS friends - Grace Beattie, Nora Brown, and Tess Devinger - to memorialize a Holiday Sock Exchange held by their mutual friend Hope Fuller for Christmas 2009. Sadly, Hope passed away the following March, after spending the last 36 days of her life in the hospital.  This project is their way of  “Paying it Forward” in honor of Hope. This is a fun and inexpensive tradition that helps to spread some goodwill at a time when it is needed most. Kids helping Kids! Please join us in our efforts to keep Hope's dream alive by bringing cheer to deserving kids.

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WHS Engineering Design and Development students ask your help in developing a proposed Bike Rack rental system

PLTW Engineering Design and Development is not an average classroom course. In it, students come together as a team to identify a problem, propose a solution, and test and construct a prototype to solve said problem. The 2015 EDD Bike Rack group wishes to design and test a Bike Rack rental system for Woodstock, but we need information to help us determine the validity of installing a Bike Rack rental system.

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WHS partners with Equal Opportunity Schools Advanced Placement Survey

It is vital to WHS administration and staff that our students reach their full academic potential. We are, therefore, partnering with Equal Opportunity Schools to survey all students in 9th through 12th grades to aid in addressing individual student needs and in helping us identify students who have the potential to benefit from increased academic challenges, such as our AP program. Survey results will provide us with information about resources that will support not only academic success but also awareness about college and career readiness. Students will take the online survey during one of their PE classes from September 28, 2015, through October 15, 2015.

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

WHS administration and staff is 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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U.S. News and World Reports ranks WHS as the 65th "Best High Schools" out of 677 high schools in Illinois

It is with great pride that we announce that Woodstock High School has been ranked the "Best High Schools" by  U.S. News and World Reports (2015). Woodstock High School was ranked 65th out of 677 high schools in Illinois. Schools were awarded gold, silver, or bronze medals based on three key principles.

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The Washington Post ranks Woodstock High School as one the Most Challenging Schools in Illinois

Each year The Washington Post ranks America's Most Challenging High Schools using a simple ratio: the number of Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, and Advanced International Certificate of Education tests given at a school each year, divided by the number of seniors who graduated that year. 

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Upcoming Events

December 2, 2015

One Hour Late Start

December 2, 2015

Fox Valley Jazz Festival

December 4, 2015

WHS Madrigals and Jazz Choir to D200 Schools

December 7, 2015

WHS Winter Jazz Band Concert

December 8, 2015

WHS Premiere Student Written Play

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