Eagle Flyer

A newsletter for Walnut Hills High School

Principal's Message

September 17, 2021

Dear Walnut Hills High School Families,

Today marks the end of Midterm Week for the first quarter. Please take a moment to review your child’s progress so far this year with him or her. It is always helpful to ask students how they feel about their grades and what they might want to do differently in the second part of the quarter, which ends on October 15. Conference Night for the first quarter is coming up on Thursday, September 30, 5-8 pm. Teachers will be sharing conference information in the upcoming weeks. We are grateful for your involvement in your child’s education and the chance to partner with you.

This week I received some excellent news about the school’s 2022 National Merit Semifinalists. Congratulations to the Class of 2022 National Merit Semifinalists:

Julia Berman, Justin Chan, Blaise Colberg-Harding, Katherine DiPaola, Maxwell Fairman, John Fox, Lillian Johnson, Husna Khan, Ainsley Lauer, Benjamin Liu, Claire Meng, William Menz, Lowell Meyer, Daniel Murray, Corina Phalen, John Reed, and William Stoffregen

Each year, the National Merit Scholarship Program honors individual students who show exceptional academic ability. Over 1.5 million students nationwide entered the program, and approximately 16,000 were named Semifinalists, representing less than one percent of U.S. high school seniors. This is a tremendous accomplishment for the students, their families, and the teachers who guided them.


John Chambers

Sursum ad Summum

Upcoming Dates


13-17 Midterm Week

22 WHHS Association, 7 pm Recital Hall

24 Homecoming Parade, 5 pm Blair Circle; Homecoming Game, 7 pm

25 Junior/Senior Homecoming Dance

27 Professional Development Day - NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS!

30 Conference Night, 5-8 pm, held virtually



12 WHIP General Meeting, 7 pm, held virtually

13 PSAT Day

15 End of 1st Quarter

19 Hoxworth Blood Drive

21 LSDMC, 6 pm Conference Room

22 Junior High Boogie Bash, 7-9 pm Junior High Gym

23 ACT Testing

27 WHHS Association, 7 pm Recital Hall


2 Election Day - NO SCHOOL!


Parents, we need your help, and your child may need your guidance! Over the past few weeks, a new challenge has emerged on Tik Tok; it is known as the “devious lick” challenge. Students are encouraged to document themselves stealing or destroying items at school and posting it on Tik Tok. Please talk to your children about the consequences your student will face for vandalism or theft. We take this seriously and will provide consequences for any student who damages school property.

important survey - please complete!

Parenting is tough work, especially with teenagers! Walnut Hills High School is partnering with IN5 to plan some parent information sessions. Please take a few minutes to share with us what topics would be most helpful. This is a very short survey, and your input will help us plan the most useful programs. Thank you! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DMTW88M

Homecoming Week

Next week is Homecoming Week! All grades will be participating in Spirit Week and a Pep Rally on Friday to cheer on the Eagles and celebrate our fall sports athletes. Here is all of the information about HOCO 2021, including Spirit Week themes, ticket information, and dance permission slips.

Parent Association

Do you want to know more about activities at Walnut Hills High School? Get connected to the Walnut Hills Parent Association!

The mission of the Walnut Hills High School Parent Association is to support the overall school through volunteering and through the provision of much needed funds. Thanks to Walnut Hills parents, guardians, teachers, and staff, the Walnut Hills High School Parent Association helps with a range of items including for example student socials and support of school events. The Walnut Hills High School Parent Association also provides funding for many critical items such as textbooks, technology, and college counseling.

The Walnut Hills Association communicates using a system called Constant Contact, so join our mailing list using the form below and get up to date information about what's happening at Walnut Hills!


Student Pictures

YOUR PHOTOS ARE READY! Good news! JostensPIX was recently at your school to photograph picture day, and your student's photos are now available for viewing and ordering!

Click on the button below to get started.

Event Code: FE81021 Also Needed: Powerschool Unique Student ID

VIEW AND ORDER PHOTOS HERE https://shop.jostenspix.com



  • You can personalize your photos with a variety of backgrounds and
  • Photos are shipped directly to your home
  • High-res digital downloads are available
  • If you have more than one child, you can order together and pay

Senior Portraits - Due by September 30

2020-2021 Yearbooks Available to Purchase for a limited time

If you forgot to order last year's yearbook recording one of the most unique years in school history, there are limited copies available in room 2306. Please bring $75 cash or check made payable to Jostens to room 2306 to get your copy.

2022 SENIOR Portraits

DUE 9/30 - Get your senior portrait for the yearbook taken and submitted. Get all the details here.

DUE 10/30 - Submit your senior quote and favorite memory for the yearbook (if you don’t submit a quote, the school motto will go under your name) - https://forms.gle/aj9z7ySB8REnDkiB9

2022 SENIOR Recognition (baby) ads

Purchase a senior recognition, or baby ad, in the yearbook to celebrate your senior. Early bird pricing ends 1/1/2022. All senior recognition ads must be purchased by 2/1/2022.

student parking

Student parking information and the Student Parking Permit Registration are available on the school's website. An announcement will be made when permits are available for pick-up.

Want to be part of the rewarding work of Walnut Woods? Walnut Woods is a newly designated Cincinnati Park located right outside our school's front doors, between Sulsar Avenue and Victory Parkway. Students have been working hard to make this 10 acres of woodlot into a habitat restoration area and accessible land lab for WHHS. We hope that our neighbors in the Evanston community will find joy in using the new trail system as well! Here are all the details about how to help. The next volunteer day is September 18.
The Spirit Shop, located in the cafeteria, is open for students on Tuesdays and Thursdays each week, 10 am-1:20 pm.

Counselor's Corner

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College Visits

College visits are being hosted virtually this year throughout the months of September and October.

Visits are held 5-5:45pm and 6-6:45pm most evenings Monday-Thursday. Students are able to access the meet codes by logging into Naviance through Clever. Upcoming College visits are accessible on the home screen of Naviance in the bottom right corner. The following schools will be visiting virtually the week of September 20:

September 20: 5:00 pm - 5:45 pm Xavier University

6:00 pm - 6:45 pm University of Chicago

September 21: 5:00 pm - 5:45 pm University of Toledo

6:00 pm - 6:45 pm Saint Louis University

September 22: 5:00 pm - 5:45 pm Bellarmine University

6:00 pm - 6:45 pm Washington University in St. Louis

September 23: 5:00 pm – 5:45 pm Miami University - Oxford

6:00 pm - 6:45 pm Ohio Northern University

Seniors: 3E Survey


You've made it to your senior year here at CPS! The attached quarter one, 3E survey, will serve as the starting point to help us: your counselors, access mentor(s), teachers and district staff best support and guide you towards your post graduation goals.

Survey link: https://forms.gle/MR1QKEWhqBSk7gSc7

Stay Informed!