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Washington High School College & Career Academy
Washington High School is inviting all local and regional business and community leaders
to attend their College & Career Academy Symposium on Friday, October 18th. Business and community leaders will learn more about graduation pathways and hear plans for the College & Career Academy.
The College & Career Academy will be organized into three schools – School of Applied Science & Technology, School of Health, Human & Social Services, and School of Arts, Business & Social Science. Within these three schools, students will be allowed to explore a variety of engaging career clusters that promote college & career readiness.
WHS understands that strong schools together with diverse employment opportunities
lead to thriving communities. They want to partner with local and regional business and
community leaders to provide a workforce that is ready for their community’s future
growth. Being situated along the I-69 corridor makes Washington a place businesses
will want to look; having strong schools that prepare ALL students for their life after high
school will make Washington a place where families will want to stay.
To learn more, or to secure your spot at the Symposium on October 18th, please contact
High School Principal – Steve Peterson email@example.com or (812) 254-3860.
Champions 101 Sports Parenting Workshop
We are excited to announce that the Champions 101 Sports Parenting Workshop is coming to Washington High School on Wednesday, October 23. This engaging, interactive one-hour presentation will take place in Washington High School Auditorium starting at 7:00 pm, and you are invited to attend! This is a free event for our community, graciously sponsored by a Lena Dunn Alumni.
Like any "101" course, Champions 101 is focused on the basics – the foundation of what great sports parenting looks like and all it requires. It's designed to help parents raise athletes and people who reach their full potential, in sports and in life. All adults are encouraged to attend. Any questions, please contact Gretchen Miles at firstname.lastname@example.org. To register, please click on this link:
The Class of 1967 donates benches to Washington HS
Back row Larry Smoot, Bill Walton, Tony Potts, Jack Arney, WHS Principal Steve Peterson
Thank you for your generosity!
Financial Aid Meeting
Parents and Seniors: Don't miss this IMPORTANT information meeting about FAFSA, Grants, Scholarships and other college preparations! TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15th at 6:30 in the WHS Cafeteria.
Every year, the U.S. Department of Education gives over $120 Billion in federal grants, loans, and work-study funds to more than 13 million college students. October 1st is the first day students can fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, in order to receive their share of these funds for the 2019-2020 school year.
What students may not know is that a large portion of financial aid is on a first-come, first-served basis, meaning the sooner you apply, the better you chances of receiving generous aid.
See our website for more information on how to apply. https://www.washingtoncommunityschools.org/1/News/fafsa-2019