Graduation set for Sunday @ 1:30 p.m.
Congratulations to the Wahoo High School Class of 2015! This year's senior class celebrated its final day of school on Wednesday, May 6. Graduation will be celebrated on Sunday, May 10, at 1:30 p.m. in the high school gymnasium. 51.4 percent of this year's graduate plan to attend a four-year college or university, 27.7 percent plan to attend a two-year college, 2.8 percent will attend a tech or trade school, 8.3 . . . read more
Dobesh & Jones crowned State Champions in both Fall/Spring games (out of 698 NE teams) & Robichaud/Syverson/Schleiger take Spring Runners-Up (out 400 teams)!
Wahoo High School students are bullish on the Stock Market Game ! “Chasing off the bears and running with the bulls” is what WHS junior Jordan Ptacek said the students in Mrs. Shanahan’s Economics classes have been doing for the past 15 weeks. Four hundred teams from across the state, including 14 teams . . . read more
WHS freshman will spend two weeks this summer on UNL campus studying Chinese language & culture
The accomplishments of Wahoo High School students this year have been numerous, and WHS freshman Kaitlin Pace has added another success to the list. Pace has been awarded a competitive grant to participate in the 2015 STARTALK program, sponsored by the Department of Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education in the College of . . . read more
Info/registration forms for baseball, basketball, football, volleyball & wrestling now posted
2015 WARRIOR BASEBALL CAMPS LOCATION: Sam Crawford Baseball Field, Wahoo DATES/TIMES: Elementary Camp (grades 3-6 next fall): May 26-29, 8:30-10:00 a.m. Middle School Camp (grades 7-8 next fall): May 26-29, 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. WHAT TO BRING: Along with your glove and . . .
Annual program offers numerous summer workshops for PreK-8 students
It’s an enrichment program for children in Saunders County during the months of June and July. We’re offering a wide variety of workshops, sure to catch the imagination and interest of your child. Active participation is the key ingredient in these learning experiences that will enhance their classroom work. Workshops . . .
WHS junior honored for her leadership skills & potential
In describing leadership, American author John C. Maxwell once commented: "A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way." WHS junior Lauren Crockett has been honored for putting those words into practice. Crockett was recently selected as a recipient of the 2015 Outstanding High School Leader Award, . . .
WHS junior honored for her impressive artistic talents & achievement
In the world of sketching, there may be no better compliment than "wow, that's a great photograph!" For many who view the works of Wahoo High School junior Elise McIlhaney, that's a common misperception. McIlhaney has recently been named as one of the 18th annual Nebraska Young Artist Award recipients by the . . .
WHS junior prepares for intensive summer study with American & European peers @ Purdue University & Washington, D.C.!
"Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn." --Benjamin Franklin Wahoo High School students have demonstrated excellence in many areas, and WHS junior Tyler Timm has added another honor to the list of this year's student accomplishments. Timm has been selected to participate in the . . .
WHS senior awarded a highly-competitive Federal NSLI-Y scholarship; prepares for year-long study in China
"谢谢 @ NSLIY for giving me this amazing opportunity . . . It's a dream that I've had for a long time and it's finally coming true!" (4/8/2015 tweet from @TYnamite1) WHS senior Tyler Ruzicka (aka TYnamite1) wants to be a Chinese interpreter at the United Nations , and he received an announcement last week . . .
23 students compete against 30 NE/SD/MN schools & bring home numerous honors!
Twenty-three students, representing Wahoo Middle School and High School, participated in the 2015 South Dakota State University Engineering Expo on April 24. An Innovative Teaching Grant from the Wahoo Public Schools Foundation funded the overnight lodging and meals for the students, which extended the opportunity beyond . . .
Warriors fall to Elkhorn South in district semifinal; finish season 15-12
VARSITY ROSTER: No. Name Gr. School 2 Kasey Ohnoutka 9 L. Luth 3 Ryan Aversman 12 L. Luth 4 Mitchell McGill 10 Wahoo 5 Cole Peterson . . .
Holdsworth takes 6th @ Conference; Team finishes 4th
NCC Tournament @ Platteview May 11, 2015 Warriors finished the invite in 4th place, with a team score of 392. Please click HERE to view full tourney results. Individual Scores: Will Holdsworth 93 (6th) Derek Bell 97 Zach . . .
Warriors qualify 7 for State!
Handbook: Click HERE to view the Track Student Athlete Handbook Season Schedule: Click HERE to view the 2015 Warrior Track Meet Schedule (includes dismissal & departure times). Meet Schedules/Order of Events: State Track Meet (will be posted soon) (May 22-23 @ Burke High School) . . .
Group organizes numerous activities in recognition of 'Autism Awareness Month'
In celebration of Autism Awareness Month in April, many activities were held to shed light on the varying components of autism . Circle of Friends ( COF ), which is a group of peer mentors who are good social role models, chosen to interact with students that have difficulties socializing on a regular basis, went around to each . . .
WHS senior accepted into 4-year program @ prestigious American Musical and Dance Academy in Los Angeles
For those who have followed the theatrical performances of WHS senior Kody Pope over the past four years, it's clear that he possesses a real talent, and ability to make people laugh! That talent has also been recognized on the national stage! On April 22, 2015, Pope received some very good news: after a rigorous . . .
Sessions begin May 26; Deadline for Registration is May 22
The Wahoo High School summer school program is available for students who have failed classes and would like to make up the credit lost. Students who are interested need to fill out the form below and return it, along with a $25 deposit, to the Wahoo High School office. The full amount must be paid before the start of the sessions. . . .