Wesley Chapel High School 05/11/22
Wesley Chapel High School provides a community in which students become life ready citizens with confidence, empathy, and perseverance.
To ensure our students are college, career, and life ready, we are:
Message from Mr. McDermott
Good afternoon Wildcats,
Parents, please make sure your students are present and doing their best on testing. State End of Course Exams (Algebra, Geometry, Biology, and US History) count as 30% of the student's year long grade. District final exams, beginning next Tuesday, count as 10% of a student's semester 2 grade. As you can see, students need to do their best and be ready to perform.
Testing Calendar has been updated on our Wesley Chapel High School website
The winning continues!
Softball- District Champions (First in school history)
Baseball- Sunshine Athletic Conference East Champions (First in school history)
Track- Several individuals and relays qualified for the State Meet!
Good luck everyone, keep it going and enjoy the moment!
Mark Your Calendars
Senior Awards Night- Thursday, May 19 at 6PM in the PAC
Please come out and celebrate the success of our Wildcats!
Important Dates For Seniors
Graduation (Yuengling Center) Parking
Graduation Dress Code
Graduation Dress Code
Dress pants with belt
Dress or collared shirt
Skirt or dress (appropriate length)
Tie is optional
Absolutely no jeans, sneakers, flip-flops, bulky jewelry, scarves, ribbons, bandanas, etc.… . Also, ladies, please keep in mind that you will be traveling up and down stairs on the stage and walking a lot so the height of your heel should be kept at a minimum for safety reasons. Leave purses, cameras, and personal items with a parent or friend in the audience; they may not be taken in during the processional. Flowers or corsages are NOT permitted.
Graduation Gowns: Please wear your cap and gown to check in. We will not have
extra gowns on hand. Make sure that you bring yours to the ceremony.
Graduation Cap: The mortarboard (graduation cap) is to be worn flat with the tassel over the right eye. Once the seniors are declared graduates, the tassel is moved to the left side in unison with the class. If decorated, mortarboards must not contain anything inappropriate, class year or initials would be examples of what is typical. We will not have extra caps or tassels on hand. Make sure that you bring yours to the ceremony.
Failure to comply with the dress policy may result in the student not being permitted to
participate in the ceremony. Security will do a visual search of all graduates.
Teacher and Staff Member of the Month
Advertising Opportunity for Local Businesses
District School Board of Pasco County Intent to Advertise
Need more customers? Advertise with WCHS! Each year thousands of people come to events on our campus and see advertisements for local businesses. This is an opportunity to get affordable advertising and help out the students of WCHS.
Banners are printed by the school using your artwork with several options:
4 x 4 full color vinyl banner will be displayed in the Gymnasium.
4 x 10 full color vinyl banner will be displayed outdoors on the fence of the field you chose.
The cost for a one year banner in the gym $400.00.
The cost of a banner on one outdoor facility is $500.00.
The cost of one year of advertising on the football/soccer/lacrosse, baseball, and softball field (3 banners) is $800.00.
The cost of all facilitites both indoor and outdoor banner (4 banners) is $1,000.00.
There term of the advertisement is one full year.
Interested businesses may download and complete the form below.
If you have any questions, please reach out to the Assistant Principal over Athletics, Mrs. Koslin at email@example.com or call the school at 813-794-8700.
GoFan Online Ticketing (Athletic Events)
Student Self Screener
WCHS COLLEGE AND CAREER S'MORE (APRIL 2022)
Are you College and Career Ready? Check out Mrs. Faysash’s Smore for events, scholarships, and planning resources for all grade levels!
SENIOR FINAL TRANSCRIPT REQUEST FORM
Click below to learn how to set up parent notifications in myStudent portal
Emergency Card Information and Directions (Please read)
Parents, we currently have over 600 emergency cards that have not been updated. If you have not updated your student's emergency card, please download the step-by-step instructions below for completing the emergency card. If you have questions or need assistance, please email myStudenthelp@pasco.k12.fl.us.
WCHS ABC Program
If your family needs supports or any needs from the WCHS ABC program, please fill out the following form. If you would like more information about the ABC program, the flyer is attached and/or call Iris Garcia in the front office, 813-794-8702.