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Are you a senior and you haven't turned in your senior picture or quote yet? If so then turn them in before FRIDAY OCT 26 on the WAHI page under " yearbook".

Have you purchased a Yearbook yet? If not It's only 45$ until October 31st! Make sure you get one!



No tricks it's all treats for this event!! Annual Key Club Trunk-or-Treat event open to the community.

WHAT: Partnership event with Walla Walla High School Key Club and our local Kiwanis Club. This event is open to all our community goblins! Bring your child and a can of food to participate in this annual event! Wa-Hi service clubs will each display a car and will be dressed up in a matching theme handing out candy to community children. Cars and club decor will judged by Wa-Hi teachers and administrators.
WHEN: October 31st 5:00-7:00 PM
WHERE: Walla Walla High School 'Science' parking lot (off Abbott Rd)
ADMISSION: One can of food that will be donated to the Blue Mountain Food Bank at the end of the evening.
ALSO visit the Haunted Barn.



The ASVAB will be offered at Wa-Hi free of charge on Tuesday, October 23rd at 7:30am in the Library. The ASVAB is a career aptitude test that is given by the Armed Forces. The test can be given to 10th through 12th grade students and will take approximately 3 hours. Please sign up in the counseling office with Mrs. Lujan.


Tabitha's Closet

Please take your tux or dress borrowed from Tabitha's Closet to Stewart's Dry Cleaning. Return shoes, jewelry and accessories to Christ Lutheran Church at 1420 S. 2nd.


Blue Devil Futures Week:

10/16- ACT for all seniors

10/19- Career & College Fair for all students through math classes

10/23- ASVAB for 11th & 12th graders (16 years and older), a career exploration assessment that highlights strengths and is outstanding for any student, not just students interested in the military

10/22-10/26- College Application Campaign, seniors get time to work on applications for financial aid, college and/or scholarships with experts available to help

For seniors there are multiple FAFSA/WASFA completion events coming up: 10/17, 10/21, 10/24, 11/6


West Point Admissions Information Meeting

There will be a West Point Admissions Information Meeting in Spokane on Sunday, Oct. 21st from 1 to 3 PM at the Argonne Public Library.  All students interested in getting an appointment to West Point now or in the future, and their parents, are welcome to attend.  We'll talk about the process to get in to West Point (and the other federal academies), academics, athletics, and the rigors and nuances of the academies, plus careers in the Army.  Several academy graduates, representatives of our congresswoman, and parents of current cadets will be on hand, with most of the session focused on questions and answers.  See Lieutenant Colonel Bialozor in the ROTC program if you have any questions about the meeting.



2018-2019 Walla Walla Exchange Club Youth of the Month application is now open for Seniors!

The program recognizes seniors for excellence. The winners will receive a special plaque and be eligible for a $1,000 college scholarship.
If you are interested, please turn in your resume and an essay on "How I am a catalysis in my Community" to Ms. Hudson in the counseling department by October 24, 2018.



Seniors! The FAFSA and WASFA are available beginning today! These are really important documents for anyone looking at pursuing more education beyond Wa-Hi (at any Technical-2 year-4 year schools). Wa-Hi will be offering opportunities to help you complete this document during flex periods and in the evenings. It's our hope that nearly ever Wa-Hi senior completes either the FAFSA (for US Citizens) or the WASFA (for non-citizens). Questions? Ask the Career or Counseling Centers.


Care and Share Food Drive

Walla Walla Public Schools has once again partnered with the Walla Walla Association of Realtors in support of the annual Care and Share Food Drive. This campaign helps fill the shelves of the Blue Mountain Action Council Food Bank. Collection barrels will be at all schools and the district office throughout October. The district is also organizing the "Fill the Bus" collection event Saturday, Oct. 6 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at SuperOne, Plaza Safeway and Albertsons. Staff and students will also distribute and collect bags Oct. 18-21. This year's Care and Share Food Drive goal is 45,000 lbs.



Ladies! WaHi varsity bowling is open. Log into Familyid.com and sign up. Our meeting will be October 17th and October 24th in P3 after 6th and 7th period. You need to attend one of the meetings or come talk to Coach Postlewait for shirt sizes. The season starts on October 29th.


Lunch Area

Students please make sure you clean up your outdoor lunch area. Failure to do so may result in a smaller supervised lunch area to eat. Students are eating lunch near the creek etc. are leaving too much trash. If you like your eating area and freedom......keep it! CLEAN



Senior pictures and Senior quotes are due Friday, October 26. Submit yours using the link on the Yearbook page on the Wa-Hi website.


Academic Lab

Looking for a place to study, do homework, or get help with your classes? Come to Academic Lab in the GEAR UP room, A-33. Hours are Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri 2-4 pm & Wed 1:15-3:00 pm.

Bonus- Enjoy some coffee, cocoa, or candy while you're working!



Students must park on campus and have their permit displayed. Students can pick up a parking permit application at the ASB office or security. Students may be fined for parking illegally and a hold slip placed. It's free parking......in designated areas.


Parent Workshops Scheduled

Upcoming WWPS Hosted/Partnered Workshops and Opportunities for Parents and Staff can be viewed at: http://getconnected.unitedwayww.org/event/

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Walla Walla High School

WAHI logoletters web800 Abbott Road
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Ph) 509-527-3020
Fx) 509-527-3034

Safety Tipline: 855-976-8772

The Walla Walla School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation including gender expression or identity, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The Assistant Director of Human Resources, 364 South Park Street, Walla Walla, Washington 99362, (509) 527-3000, has been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination.