Congratulations to WHS senior Kendal Brigham, who was recently announced as Runza's Student of the Week ! "Balancing homework, school & community involvement, and one's personal life is a difficult challenge in high school. Some students do this so well we feel they should be recognized," commented Runza's website. " Runza Restaurants and KETV created a partnership to honor senior students for their achievements in the classroom and in the community and provide them a $500 scholarship for college." Brigham received the award for her excellence in the classroom, athletics, school activities, and in her service to the community. . . .
Current onsite and distance learning dual-credit (both high school and college) course offerings for the Fall 2020 semester are listed at the bottom on this page. These classes will be held in WHS classrooms and 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 WHS Guidance Counselor John Harris by Wednesday, April 1, 2020 . Printed forms will also be available in the library and the high school office. Keep in mind that filling out this form DOES NOT . . .
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 . . .
"To forget a Holocaust is to kill twice." -- Holocaust Survivor and American author Elie Wiesel. On Wednesday, March 25 , Wahoo Middle and High School students, along with 6-12 students across Nebraska, will have the opportunity to personally meet and hear the life stories of a Holocaust Survivors George Elbaum and Peter Metzelaar during a Week of Understanding event co-sponsored by the Institute for Holocaust Education (Omaha) and Nebraska Educational Service Unit 2 . Survivors will be speaking live from the Wahoo Public Schools Performance-Learning Center. WMS/WHS students, along with students from other schools . . .
2019-2020 Varsity Wrestling Schedule (Home competitions in BOLD ALL CAPS ) 12/05/2019 Fort Calhoun (Triangular @ Fort Calhoun) W (40-30) 12/05/2019 Ashland-Greenwood (Triangular @ Fort Calhoun) L (30-42) 12/07/2019 Cozad Invitational Shanahan (160) - CHAMPION M. Bordovsky (120) - RUNNER-UP 12/13-14/2019 Boys Town Invitational K. Bordovsky (195) - CHAMPION Lausterer (126) - RUNNER-UP Shanahan (160) - RUNNER-UP . . .
(This page was last updated on February 24, 2020) Financial Aid Presentation - EducationQuest Wahoo High School will host a financial aid presentation sponsored by EducationQuest on Tuesday, October 8 at 10:00 a.m. This presentation will highlight how to create an FSA ID , which is used to confirm your identity when accessing your financial aid information and electronically signing your federal student aid documents. Click HERE for a reminder of things needed to create that FSA ID . In addition, our EducationQuest representative will discuss the FAFSA , which is a form that can be prepared annually by current and prospective college students . . .