The Health Center is expanding its services for students in grades 6-12.
The Health Center is now offering its free medical health care visits for students virtually, via computer, easily accessed through student Chromebooks. If students are experiencing non-emergency headaches, eye problems, skin problems, stomach problems, breathing issues, sleep problems, joint or muscular pain, anxiety, cold symptoms or cough, sore throat or reproductive health issues, they or their parent(s) can set up a virtual appointment Monday through Friday.
In-person visits are available for vaccines and sports physicals on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. Parent permission is required for students under age 18 and a fillable form will be provided to be completed before the visit.
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The AP Testing dates for Walla Walla High School are now official! If you are enrolled in and signed up for an Advanced Placement test, please plan to test on the day and time listed. We will be using a mix of in-school and at-home tests. If you have any questions, please contact Carrie Lujan at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Whitman College will be offering Whitman Enrichment for the 2021-2022 school year. This program allows high school students to take 1 college course per semester free of charge through Whitman College. Students will receive college credit for successful completion of the course/s. Students are permitted to enroll in only those courses that are significantly different from those offered at Walla Walla High School.
The application is due to Ms. Lujan by May 7th. Information for the program and the application can be found out: https://www.whitman.edu/academics/majors-and-minors/mathematics-and-statistics/high-school-enrichment-program
You can also pick up an application from Ms. Lujan's office.