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News & Notes
Please join us on for our Annual Curriculum Night for rising 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students. Curriculum Night is an excellent opportunity to gain information regarding your student, get answers to questions, and receive some helpful hints about how to help your child in school. Department Chairs and elective teachers will be available to share information about their subject area. Please come out and see why Woodmont High School is the place to be!!!!
When: Thursday, March 9, 2017
Hot dogs, chips, and drinks will be served before the program.
Congratulations to Ally McCaslin - Miss Woodmont 2017 and all our winners from the Miss Woodmont & Class Beauties pageant held on February 11, 2017.
GCS Job Fair
Greenville County Schools Human Resources Department will host a Job Fair for bus drivers, bus aides, custodians, and food service operators on Tuesday, February 21 from 5:00-7:00 pm. Hiring managers will be on hand to speak with and answer questions from interested applicants. See flyer or call 355-3100 for more information.
Miss Blue & White Pageant
The Woodmont High School PTSA proudly presents the 2017 Miss Blue and White pageant on Saturday, March 4, 2017, in the Woodmont High School auditorium. Any 6th, 7th or 8th grade girl that attends a feeder middle school to Woodmont High School is eligible to participate. See the information packet for all the details. Paperwork is due Friday, February 17. Information is also available on the Pageant Facebook Page. It's more than just a crown; it's a tradition!
2017-18 Registration for Career Centers
The 2017-2018 application to attend the career center is now available on the BACKPACK portal for students who wish to apply for enrollment. Greenville County School District students must use their district username and password to access their BACKPACK account. Students will need to go in and click on “Programs" once they are logged into Backpack. The application deadline for Donaldson Career Center is March 31, 2017. To learn more about the Donaldson Center Course Offerings, please go to https://www.greenville.k12.sc.us/donaldsn/.
Grades, discipline, and attendance will be reviewed for each applicant. Acceptance is not based on first come, first served. However, in the event that a course has more applicants than available seats, the date the student completed the application could be used as a tie breaker. Homeschool, private school, and out-of-district students will need to "sign up for an account" and follow the prompts to apply. Click HERE to access the application. In-district students may link a personal email account and/or mobile phone number for text messaging by clicking the "gear" near the top right of the Backpack portal, and then click on the corresponding tabs.
Palmetto Boys & Girls State
Juniors that are interested in attending Palmetto Girls State or Palmetto Boys State this summer, please pick up an application in the school counseling office. Applications are due by February 24.
Wildcat Prep Night
On Monday, February 27 at 6:00 pm, we invite parents and rising 9th graders to be a part of our first annual "Wildcat Prep Night" at Woodmont High School. This is your first taste of what being a freshman is all about. This night is dedicated to learning all about elective classes you'd like to take your freshman year. Enjoy our showcase performances by our award winning band, chorus and strings departments. Be amazed at our examples of student work in the art department, as well as live performances by our State Championship Theater students, plus much, much more! You don't want to miss this amazing opportunity! We hope you will make plans to attend our first annual "Wildcat Prep Night", where the CATS are Creative, Accountable, Thoughtful, Successful AND... where freshman success begins:)
Hall of Fame Induction
On January 20, the Woodmont High School Athletic Hall of Fame honored the 4th class in the Athletic Hall of Fame. The five inductees in this year’s class (Class of 2016) are Shane Godfrey, Michael Sanders, Sandy Cash Campbell, Cindy Cash Driskill, and Ricky McCombs. Congratulations for a well-deserved honor! See more pictures courtesy of Rhonda Horne.
College Visit Procedures
According to the student handbook (page 9), college visit requests for juniors and seniors must be submitted in writing to their grade-level counselor by a parent or guardian at least one week in advance of the scheduled visit. The last day for college visits is May 6, 2017. Once they return, students must bring written verification from the college visited. Approval will be granted for no more than three (3) visits per school year. Each request should specify duration of the visit and travel time, which may be approved at the discretion of the principal. Please note, the paperwork should be picked up in guidance. Teachers are to sign off on and the form must be turned in to attendance in advance. Underclassmen (9th and 10th grades) are not granted college visits. After the proper paperwork is turned in on return from the visit, the absence will be keyed into the student’s attendance as “CV” which represents college visit.
Volunteers Make Our School Great!
Mr. Imperati extends his warmest thanks to all those who volunteer at our fine school. We cannot do our work without you. With the start of a new school year, we want to remind parents and other volunteers of the guidelines for visitors that are in place to ensure the safety of our students and staff. Complete details can be found on our Volunteer page.
WHS Online School Store Now Open!
Woodmont High School is excited to offer the MySchoolBucks program! This convenient online payment service will provide a quick and easy way to pay for class dues, athletic insurance, and more using your credit or debit card. If you already use MySchoolBucks to pay for school meals, your account is already set up and ready to go. Just login and click on the link to the Woodmont School Store. Otherwise, simply register for your FREE account. See FAQs or Adding A Student to Your Account for more information or contact the School Bookkeeper with any questions.
Rosetta Stone for Parents
There is a new program available to parents who would like to learn English and become more involved in their child’s academic achievement. Get all the information about Rosetta Stone for Parents.
High School Exit Exam
Requirements for receiving a high school diploma have changed.