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Soccer Camp For Elementary Students - June 11-13, 2018

posted May 9, 2018, 10:28 AM by Jeanne Craig   [ updated May 9, 2018, 10:49 AM ]

This summer there will be a soccer camp at WHS for elementary students (rising 2nd-6th grades). This camp will be from June 11-13 and the cost is $50 per child.
For more information, visit
soccer ball

WHS Wins Riley Award For SIC Excellence

posted Apr 18, 2018, 5:16 AM by Jeanne Craig   [ updated Apr 18, 2018, 6:21 AM ]

Walhalla High School Improvement Council named winner of 2018 Riley Award for SIC Excellence 

COLUMBIA – The School Improvement Council (SIC) of Walhalla High School in the School District of Oconee County has been named the recipient of the 2018 Dick and Tunky Riley Award for School Improvement Council Excellence.

The award was presented Saturday afternoon during the SC School Improvement Council (SC-SIC) Annual Meeting at the South Carolina State Museum in Columbia.

The annual Riley Award for SIC Excellence was created in 2002 to highlight the significant contributions made to public education by the over 13,000 School Improvement Council members who volunteer in every public school in the state. The award is named in honor of the former SC Governor and US Secretary of Education and his late wife, recognizing the couple’s longstanding commitment to quality public education.

“Walhalla High SIC has done outstanding work well-deserving of this statewide honor,” said SC-SIC Board of Trustees Chair Amelia B. McKie. “Parents, educators, students, and community members working collaboratively on their School Improvement Councils are vital in making significant, positive, and lasting impact for our schools, our students, their families, and our communities.”

Source: press release on April 14, 2018 from the South Carolina School Improvement Council, University of South Carolina College of Education, Center for Educational Partnerships, Columbia, SC
Riley Award Picture
(front row) Olivia Timms, Brij Patel, Jessica Duke, (back row) Cooper Timms, Rachel Twitty, Lorilei Swanson, Elliot Wechter, Madison MacLachlan, Tricia Burgess 

Exam Schedule 2018

posted Apr 16, 2018, 7:51 AM by Jeanne Craig   [ updated Apr 16, 2018, 7:56 AM ]

Walhalla Razorbacks






May 9

EOC English 1 Writing Exam


May 22

EOC Biology 1


May 23

EOC Algebra 1/Intermediate


May 24

EOC English 1 Reading

EOC US History


May 25

EOC Make-up Exams


May 28



May 29

3rd and 4th Block (seniors only)


May 30

1st and 2nd Block (seniors only)


May 31

1st and 2nd Block (GR 9-11)


June 1

3rd and 4th Block (GR 9-11)

*Half day for seniors only

**Half day for underclassmen

Voter Registration Information

posted Mar 28, 2018, 8:16 AM by Jeanne Craig   [ updated Mar 28, 2018, 8:17 AM ]

Voter Registration 2018

Art Mural

posted Mar 27, 2018, 4:30 AM by Jeanne Craig   [ updated Mar 27, 2018, 4:40 AM ]

The Gifted and Talented Art students and a select group from Art 1 and 2 recently worked with Fred Edgerton (former Seneca High Art teacher) to complete a mural in the fine arts hallway at Walhalla High School. The original design was drawn by Elena Carroll (Senior AP Art student). In the mural photo, you will see a paint brush on the right side of the design filled with the colors of the spectrum. These colors spill out of the mural design and reappear at the entrances of each fine arts classroom. The flow of colors into each classroom symbolizes the continuous flow of creativity going in and out of each arts area. The students and staff are all enjoying the added color that is brightening the fine arts area!
art mural one

art mural two

Alive At 25 Enrollment

posted May 24, 2017, 5:17 AM by Jeanne Craig   [ updated Nov 29, 2017, 8:35 AM ]

South Carolina Alive At 25

Enrollment For Alive At 25 Classes

Click on the links below to check seat availability of Alive At 25 classes at nearby locations. This survival course developed by the National Safety Council is designed to deal with inexperience and casual attitudes participants have about driving which can cause violations, collisions, injury or death. The 4 ½ hour course is taught by trained law enforcement officers in plain clothes.

The course is $35 per participant which covers the cost of materials. Schools do not receive any money. Participants may register by logging onto, going to the link on local high school websites or by calling the National Safety Council at 1-803-732-6778. Scholarships are also available through Alive At 25.

Students must receive certification from Alive At 25 prior to parking on all high school campuses within the School District of Oconee County.

Click below to access the enrollment page of nearby locations.

Hamilton Career Center 

Pickens High School

Daniel High School

Canvas Video Lessons For Parents

posted Apr 3, 2017, 5:14 AM by Jeanne Craig   [ updated Apr 3, 2017, 5:18 AM ]

WHS English teachers, Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Smith, made the five screencast videos below for parents to view and understand a little more about Canvas. Click each video to learn how to log into Canvas and check your child's academic progress.

Free eBook For College and Career Planning

posted Mar 30, 2017, 7:41 AM by Jeanne Craig   [ updated Mar 30, 2017, 7:41 AM ]

Students can download a free eBook, College & Career Planning: 6 Easy Ways to Start Preparing for What’s Next.  In this book, ACT recommends resources you can use to make informed decisions. Students will learn how to assess their interests, abilities, and values, explore colleges majors, careers, colleges that suit their needs, academic readiness, estimate the cost of attending college. If you are interested in getting this eBook click here.

Presentation: How The Teenage Brain Works

posted Feb 15, 2017, 11:12 AM by Jeanne Craig   [ updated Feb 16, 2017, 6:51 AM ]

Click the presentation at the right to view a slideshow by Dr. Kathy Whitmire on how the teenage brain works.

Adolescent Brain Wal HS SIC.ppt

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