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  • Alert:

    The Woodland Hills High School will move to virtual learning on Thursday, October 21st & Friday, October 22nd.  Students will return to school on Monday, October 25th.  Students WILL NOT report to school on Thursday, October 21st or Friday, October 22nd.

  • Alert:

    Does your child have an IEP at the Woodland Hills School District?  If so, please help Woodland Hills make improvements to the Special Education Program by completing a survey.  The survey results will be shared with the Woodland Hills School District and the PA Department of Education.  Your assistance in gathering this important data would be greatly appreciated.

    Please click here for the parent survey.

    Please click here for the student survey.

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PreSchool Logo WHHS Preschool Information: FALL SESSION

The Woodland Hills High School offers a free preschool program through its Child Development Program.  Parents of children who are 3-5 years old and live within the Woodland Hills School District are invited to register their children.  The program is offered three days per week, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, for eight weeks for 2 separate sessions. 

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Hello Parents and Students,

    This information is for all 10th and 11th grade students who have registered to take the PSAT/NMSQT on Tuesday, October 26th. Listed below is the link to access the 2021 PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide.  The Guide includes important information about the test as well as a practice exam. It is important that students carefully read the Guide and take the practice exam at home under timed conditions to gauge the pace they’ll need to maintain during the actual exam. 

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budget Preliminary School Budget Summary

Here is some preliminary budget information that was presented to the School Board.

20-21 Preliminary Summary 

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High school senior Jaden Weems poses in his football uniform at the Wolvarena Student Spotlight: Jaden Weems pulls double-duty for the football team and marching band

Senior Jaden Weems pulls double-duty on Friday nights as a running back and linebacker for the high school football team and as a trumpeter in the Woodland Hills High School Marching Band and Images Visual Ensemble.

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Wilkins Elementary STEAM Academy students pose in front of the learning garden after harvesting some vegetables and herbs Wilkins Elementary STEAM Academy students harvest fresh vegetables, herbs from learning garden

Kindergarteners and fifth graders at Wilkins Elementary STEAM Academy spent part of the morning harvesting fresh vegetables and herbs from their learning garden.

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The learning garden at Edgewood Edgewood students team with Steelers legends to install Learning Garden

Steelers legends Arthur Moats and Will Allen plus Steelers mascot Steely McBeam joined students at Edgewood Elementary STEAM Academy to install a new learning garden.

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The new Learning Garden planters at Turtle Creek Elementary STEAM Academy Fifth graders install Project Learning Garden at Turtle Creek Elementary STEAM Academy

Fifth graders at Turtle Creek Elementary STEAM Academy installed a Project Learning Garden on Tuesday thanks to a grant from Giant Eagle, the Pittsburgh Steelers, Dole Packaged Foods and the Captain Planet Foundation.

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Tony WHHS at the Tonys!

A big night for Woodland Hills alums at the Tony Awards on Sunday!  

Tasha Smith (’96) sang with the Broadway Inspirational Voices during the “Broadway’s Back” televised portion of the evening.

Rashad Chambers (’97) co-produced “The Inheritance” which won four Tony Awards, including Best Play!

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BB WHIS Welcomes Award Winning Author Brian Broome

On Friday, September 24, author Brian Broome virtually visited students as part of the Woodland Hills Interaction Series. Mr. Broome is the author of the new book Punch Me Up to the Gods: A Memoir, which was recently nominated for the prestigious Kirkus Award. His visit was sponsored by Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures and their Authors to Schools initiative. Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures also purchased copies of Punch Me Up to the Gods for our students and staff. Mr. Broome's virtual visit included a student led Q&A about his writing and his life as a writer. Many thanks to Mr. Maloney for helping to prepare the students for this opportunity.

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