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Important Dates to Remember

June 19 - Summer School Begins

July 4 - No Summer School

July 18 - Last Day Summer School


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Woodland High School

21 N. West St.

Woodland, CA 95695


Main Phone:  530-662-4678

Main Fax:  530-662-7464

Attendance:  530-661-5408

Registrar:  530-661-5416

Student Store:  530-661-5409

Counseling:  530-661-5418

V.P.'s Office:  530-661-5404

Principal's Office:  530-661-5402 or 5403






Parking Lot Safety

Reminder: The staff parking lot is reserved for staff. Parents have been observed dropping off and picking up students in the staff lot. The increased traffic has raised concerns about safety. Students may be dropped off along the curb on West Street outside the staff lot or in the student parking lot. Thank you in advance for supporting efforts to maintain safety.

Parent Info.

2017-2018 Class Schedule Pick-Up

Students will be able to pick-up their class schedule for the 2017-18 school year in the Woodland High commons according to the following schedule:


Freshmen: Monday, August 14, 2017, from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM

Seniors: Thursday, August 17, 2017, from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM

Juniors: Friday, August 18, 2017, from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM

Sophomores: Friday, August 18, 2017, from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM


We are looking forward to a great school year.

2017-2018 Senior Portraits

Senior Portraits will be held July 10 through 13 by Prestige Portraits.  Students have been sent a preset appointment time.  If you have not received your notification or have misplaced it please call (916)844-1227.

WHS and PHS Combined Choirs at a recent concert.

Summer School Schedules

Summer School Schedules will be posted Wednesday in the main office and library. Contact Summer School Principal Karrie Sequiera at 530 662-4678 for further information.

Ladies Fall Volleyball Conditioning Schedule

June 12 - June 21  Monday - Friday  WHS Track  8 - 10 am

June 22 - July 14  Monday - Friday  WHS Big Gym  5 - 7 pm

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Science Fair/Open House

All WHS science students prepared and displayed experiments for the annual Open House/Science Fair which took place last Thursday in the Commons and Gym.  Students selected experiment topics last fall and have steadily worked on them throughout the year..


Egg Drop

Mrs. Mishra's physics students designed contraptions that would protect an egg from breaking when she dropped it from the roof of the gym. Some designs were more successful than others.


Students vs. Faculty Soccer Game

Students Won 5-1

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Mock Trial

Senior AP Government students were involved in Mock Trial, which has proven to be an effective learning tool for students to better understand the law and practice critical thinking skills. Students gained greater confidence with public speaking by assuming the roles of attorneys and witnesses in a fictional civil trial. Today’s Case: Foley v. Welby- Drinking and Driving. 

Track Photos

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WHS Swimmers Advanced to Section Finals in May.

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WHS Grad Drafted by NFL

Justin Gibbons, WHS student-athlete class of 2009. (Football, Basketball and Track-2009 MVP), teammate, close friend and college roommate of WHS teacher and coach Dane Gallagher, was selected by the Indianapolis Colts this past weekend. "This is a such a remarkable accomplishment and as a WHS community, we are very proud of Justin Gibbons and wish him the best of luck on the upcoming rigorous NFL process," stated Javier Marin, WHS Athletic Director.

Skills USA Competition

Current and former WHS students earned championships at a recent Skills USA  competition.  Pictured l. to r. are former WHS students Matt Beltran, state welding champion, Jose Bueno, state welding TIG champion, Jackie Lawler, Stan Jones, welding instructor, and current WHS students Damian Munoz, state welding MIG champion and Nick Moore.  Beltran, Bueno and Lawler currently attend American River College.

WHS Hosts Tom Torlakson, State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Woodland High School hosted State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson for a news conference recently where he ...more

Photo by The Daily Democrat. 

May not be reproduced without specific written permission.

Soccer Team Honored by City Council

Woodland's City Council honored the WHS Girl's Soccer Team with a proclamation recently in recognition of their third consecutive championship in the California Interscholastic Federation Sac-Joaquin Division 4. The team won during a second overtime period. 

Art Students Receive State Recognition

WHS students Selena Vargas, from row center, and Shailah Gonzales, front row 3rd from left, were recognized at the State Capitol recently for their published illustrations in the "Imagine This" story writing contest.They were joined for the photo by the contest regional coordinators and the story's author. WHS art instructor Scott Coppenger is pictured in the front row, far right.

Principal for a Day

Jayne Williams, center, from All Leaders Must Serve and Woodland Mayor Angel Barajas, right, visited with Link Crew students at WHS as part of the Principal for a Day program in the Woodland Joint Unified School District. Tara Vittone of Pride Industries, Kayla Rodriguez of Waste Management, and Mark Ullrich of Ullrich Delevati CPA's also visited the campus. The five shadowed WHS Principal Karrie Sequeira-Hernandez and Vice-Principals Geraldine Leonardis, Jerald Ferguson and Diane Mahan as they went about their duties for the morning. The program is co-sponsored by the Woodland Chamber of Commerce. Link Crew is a program that works with incoming freshman to make them feel welcome and help them acclimate to their new school. 

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Link Crew just finished their newest project

- a duct tape WOLVES sign.

The WHS Girl's Soccer Team won their 3rd straight Sac-Joaquin Section IV Championship by defeating Liberty Ranch High School of Galt on Saturday. Congratulations, Lady Wolves!

Veteran's Interviews

Eleventh grade students interviewed veterans from World War II through current conflicts this week as part of a co-curricular assignment for history and language arts classes. Nearly 80 veteran's participated in the 9th annual event. Many brought artifacts to show the students while relating their military experiences. The students have been studying the war of the veteran they interviewed and will now produce a research paper for their Language Arts class and a PowerPoint Presentation for their history class. The project was organized by history teacher Mike Owens and language arts teacher Erica Chung. Logistical support was provided by FFA students and the Ag Department.

WHS Students Win at Regional Competition

Rebecca Sheets and Maryam Shakoor were both award winners at the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Spring Meeting in February. Rebecca won First Place in the Child Development Competition and Maryam won Third Place in the Table Display and Menu Competition. They competed at San Juan High School in Citrus Heights with students from eight other northern California high schools and are now eligible to compete at the state level in Riverside, California in April. Rebecca and Maryam are both seniors at WHS. Congratulations, ladies!

Burgess Signs with The Citadel

WHS senior Ellie Burgess signed a National Letter of Intent Wednesday in the school's library to play soccer at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina next fall. She was joined by her parents, Jim and Candy Burgess, soccer coach Andres Olmedo, and WHS Athletic Director Javier Marin at the signing table while friends, family, and WHS administrators, faculty and other staff looked on. Burgess was a starter all four years at WHS. She received a combined full-ride scholarship to The Citadel for athletics and academics.  

Thank you, Hanlee's Toyota!

Woodland High School would like to thank Hanlee's Toyota of Davis for donating $2,500 to our athletics programs.  The Woodland High community is very grateful and our student-athletes will benefit greatly.



WHS Through the Year


Help WHS get free money. It's simple, download the SHOPAROO app, scan your receipts, and ASB will receive the funds.


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By spring 2015, you’ll have access to state-of-the-art, interactive learning tools that give you deep practice and help you diagnose your gaps. All of this will be created through a close collaboration with the College Board specifically for the redesigned 2016 SAT.



Medication Pickup

Parents:  Please remember to pick up your  student's medications before June 14, 2017, or the medication will be discarded.  Please see Jennifer Sheehan, school nurse, or Student Services for assistance in getting the medication.

STUDENTS: To log in for the first time:

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Daily bulletins will resume in August.


AP/Advanced Summer Assignments

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Click the logo to access the WCC website.

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