The Woodland Hills School District's 2022-2023 Proposed Final Budget is available for viewing at the District Administrative Office and on the website under the Business Office. If you have any questions, please contact the Business Office at extension 0132.
In order to gauge how our community views our current board meetings we are conducting a short survey. An anonymous survey is located at the following link https://forms.gle/HgmmkrCgou4xUN8f6
The Board of School Directors is accepting letters of interest from Woodland Hills School District residents interested in serving.
Resilience was the theme of the Woodland Hills High School commencement ceremony Friday evening. After all of the challenges and adversity that the Class of 2022 endured, a bit of rain wasn't going to dampen the atmosphere. The Woodland Hills Class of 2022 received over $8.8 million in college scholarships and featured a number of students pursuing military, vocational and technical schools, and immediate job offers.
The WHSD Department of Music is proud to announce that we were selected as a Best Community for Music Education for the 3rd year in a row! e couldn’t do it without the support of our community and administration and the hard work of our amazing scholars. Thank you all!
The Woodland Hills School District Board of School Directors has appointed Dr. Daniel Castagna as District Superintendent. The decision came during a special legislative meeting held by the Board of School Directors on Wednesday, May 25. Dr. Castagna’s appointment is effective from May 26, 2022 through May 25, 2027.
Woodland Hills High School will be offering a free credit recovery program this summer over two sessions. To be eligible for credit recovery, a student must have already taken the course. The original course could have been in 2021-2022 or during any prior school year. A student cannot take a credit recovery class if they have never taken the original course. Please note that although WHHS is running two sessions, not all courses are available in both sessions. Please review the course lists below for more information. The first session will run from June 6th - July 8th and the second session will run from July 11 - August 12th. Each session is 5 weeks long. Students may take one or two classes per session. There is a limit of two (2) courses, per session for any student. Deadline for signing up for session one is June 2nd.
Woodland Hills High School student Leviticus McGraw-Sapp and teacher Mr. David Brown have been selected as recipients of the 2022 RFK Urban Education Award.
To view the results of the Superintendent Search Survey, Click Here.
Happy May! Our Healthy Schools Team has compiled the following list of resources in recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month. We know the importance of mental health for both students and staff, and we hope these resources can provide new ideas on how to create a caring school community.
Attention current 8th-11th Grade students:
2022-2023 Woodland Hills High School Fall Athletics SIGN-UP: CLICK HERE
The Crazy Cat Coders consisting of Maddie Douglas, Brandon Donaldson, Juliana Connelly, Ash Conti, and Angela Zhang won the $12,000 Community focused app award for their app TSharing.