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College and Career Fair

Oct. 23 - Wa-Hi College and Career Fair in the large gym. Students in grades 9-12 will attend with their English classes. 20 colleges, 22 businesses, 5 military branches and SEATech will all have representatives there ready to talk with you. Businesses and apprenticeship programs will share how to get hired and what you can do in high school to prepare. Colleges will share their degree programs, admission and financing information. Whatever your plan is for after high school you will find good information at the Fair.


Academic Lab

Academic Lab is now in S22, Mr. Hudiburg's room. This is a quiet, focused place to get work done.
Mon, Tues, Thurs: 7th period-3:45
Wed: 7th period-2:45


Balloon Stampede

Balloon Stampede needs volunteers. Go to Visit, go to the "about" tab and select volunteer, scroll to the bottom of the page to register. Volunteers will have an unbelievable experience assisting pilots and being up close for the entire balloon rise and deflate process, Any morning of Oct.19-22, 6:30 AM - 8 AM. For ages 12 and up. Questions please text or call 509-629-0764.


Trunk or Treat

Tuesday October 31 from 5:30-7:00 pm In the Science/Drama parking lot. Please bring non-perishable food items that will be donated to the Blue Mountain Food Bank.


Wrestlers Conditioning and Open Mats

Wrestlers and those interested: Come join the wrestling team for pre-season strength and conditioning as well as open mats. The schedule is as follows:

Strength and Conditioning Workouts:
Monday & Tuesday @ The YMCA 6:00am
Wednesday @ Wa-Hi 4:30pm

Open Mats:
Monday-Wednesday @ 5:30pm in the Wrestling Room


Future Problem Solving

Are you a creative writer? Perhaps you'd like your work to be evaluated in a competition? The Future Problem Solving program includes Scenario Writing as one of the components. Your 1500-word short story can compete against others in the state and internationally. Want to find out more? Join Mrs. Buissink in A12 on Oct. 18 at 2 p.m. for information.


Wa-Hi Winter Sports Registration is Open!

Go to the Athletic tab on the website for more details.
Girls & Boys Basketball, Boys Swimming, Girls & Boys Wrestling registration deadline Wednesday, November 8th. First practice/try-outs begin Monday, November 13th.
High School girls Bowling has opened for signups.The deadline to register and pay is Thursday, October 26th. Please get onto Family ID and sign up for this Varsity letter sport. We have a great time! Season starts October 30th and Ends February 4th. If you have any questions or want more info about bowling, come to P3 and ask Mr. Postlewait.



All seniors should complete application for financial aid. Drop by the Wa-Hi library October 3, 18, or 23 5-7:30PM. (Bilingual staff available all nights.)


Cornhole Tournament

• Date: Tuesday October 17
• Time: 6:30 pm
• Location: Small Gym
• Cost: $4.00 person (teams of two = $8.00 team)
• Sign up: ASB office by Monday October 16
• Theme: Halloween (Prize for best dress)\


ASE Tutoring for AP and CP Math and Science Students

Whitman tutors are available Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings from 7-9 PM (Hall of Science Room 142) to discuss topics, go over problem sets, dig deeper into the subjects, and answer questions. The opportunity is open to all students enrolled in AP or CP science and math classes in Walla Walla Valley schools. We provide study snacks and a great study environment.
For more information contact Heidi Chapin (509) 522-4441 or


Latino Club

Latino Club meetings every Thursday at 3:15 in room A32. Come and meet new people, complete your community service hours, go on trips and join us for cultural celebrations!


Career Center-Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities.

  • Prospect Point is looking for after school tutors for their homework club. Must be available Tuesdays and Thursdays starting Oct. 24, 3-4 p.m. See Gina or Connie at Prospect Point School to sign up this week.
  • Student volunteers needed for Wa-Hi football games, October 13 and 20. Specific task is setting up and taking down senior photo displays, starting at 6 p.m. Sign-up in the Career Center.

Click here - United Way of Walla Walla Link to Volunteer Opportunities



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