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Feature image-0The points didn't come easy (scoreless first half), but Wahoo pulled out the 13-0 win over Bishop Neumann to close the regular season and capture the C1-4 District title. Wahoo advances to playoffs, and will host Kearney Catholic in the first round on Oct. 27.

Warrior Football wins defensive battle @ Neumann to capture C1-4 District Crown!

#4 Wahoo hosts #13 Kearney Catholic in 1st round playoff game (Friday, Oct. 27); bracket posted

2017 VARSITY SCHEDULE: (Home games are in BOLD CAPS )   Date   Opponent   Score  August 25, 2017   ASHLAND-GREENWOOD   W (66-0)  September 1, 2017  @ Lincoln Christian   W (46-0)  September 8, 2017  @ Norfolk Catholic   L (19-24)  September 15, 2017   LOUISVILLE   W (58-0)  September 22, 2017   DAVID CITY   W (63-0)  September 29, . . .

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Feature image-1Nebraska Shakespeare will present "Romeo and Juliet" on the WPS Performance-Learning Center stage on Friday, October 27 at 9:00 a.m. Community members are invited to attend.

NE Shakespeare to present "Romeo and Juliet" on WPS Stage October 27

12th Annual Nebraska Shakespeare On Tour makes stop in Wahoo for 9:00 a.m. performance; community members welcome

"These violent delights have violent ends." -- Romeo and Juliet , II.6 Nebraska Shakespeare returns to Wahoo High School for its educational “ Shakespeare On Tour ” production of “Romeo and Juliet” Friday, October 27, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. in the WPS Performance-Learning Center. All students grades 9-12 will attend the performance, and community members are also invited to attend for no charge. "A community divided, wracked with fear and rocked by violence. Romeo desperately struggles to retain what is left of art, beauty, and love. Juliet, clinging to her family for protection and strength, has fallen victim to their blind . . .

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Feature image-2HEART DELIVERY: Fiberglass Animal and Objects Deliverymen Vincent Bye and Landon Keough carefully take the 6-foot heart off the trailer in preparation for its move inside the Wahoo Performance-Learning Center.

Heart finds home in Wahoo

Mosaic artwork created by former WHS art teacher Lynn Wilson honors memories of former students

The heart is home. A truck and trailer pulled in front of the Wahoo Performance-Learning Center Tuesday afternoon and the two-man crew from Fiberglass Animals and Objects LLP in Lincoln quickly started to unload their delivery. Terri Elliott couldn’t stop smiling. “It’s here. It’s really here,” the Wahoo woman said about the mosaic heart and the journey to get it to Wahoo. Artist Lynn Wilson, a former Wahoo High School art teacher and cross country coach who now lives in Lincoln, created the 6 foot, three-dimensional heart for Nebraska by Heart, a public art project celebrating the state’s sesquicentennial. . . .

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Spring 2018 Dual-Credit Courses now posted

Registration deadline: Friday, October 27

Current onsite and distance learning dual-credit (both high school and college) course offerings for the Spring 2018 semester are listed at the bottom on this page. These classes will be held in the WHS Learning Lab. If you see a course(s) you would like to take next semester, simply click on the WHS Dual Credit/SENCAP Career Academy Request Form link posted at the bottom of this page. Print the form, fill it out, and return it to Mr. Privett , Mr. Harris , or the high school office by Friday, October 27, 2017 . Printed forms will also be available in the library and the high school office. Keep in mind that filling out this form DOES NOT . . .

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Career Academy Option for 2017-2018

Spring 2018 Registration Deadline: Friday, October 27

NOTE: If you have any questions or would like to enroll in the Career Academy program, please contact WHS Guidance Counselor John Harris (443-4332 ext. 3229). Career Academy is a partnership program with Southeast Community College and high schools in the same area. The Southeast Nebraska Career Academy Partnership (SENCAP) program provides students with more opportunities to learn about careers and to earn college credit while still in high school. Opportunities provided by SENCAP include: reimbursed college tuition; career training; networking with students from other schools; job shadowing opportunities; exciting field trips; many "hands on" . . .

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