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Bell Schedule (M, T, Th, F)

7:45-8:15        Planning
8:15     1st Bell
8:25     Tardy Bell / Begin Announcements
8:35 - 9:25     1st period
9:30 - 10:20     2nd period
10:25 - 11:15     3rd period
11:20 - 12:10     4th period
12:15     Lunch A / Begin 5th period
12:45     End Lunch A / Students to 5th
1:05     Lunch B
1:35     End Lunch B / Students to 5th
1:40     End 5th / Move to 6th period
1:45 - 2:35     6th period
2:40 - 3:30     7th period

Bell Schedule (Wed)

7:45-8:15     Planning
8:15     1st Bell
8:25     Tardy Bell / Begin Announcements
8:35 - 9:15     1st period
9:20 - 10:00     2nd period
10:05 - 10:45     3rd period
10:50 - 11:30     4th period
11:30     Lunch A
11:35     Tardy Bell for 5th period
12:05     End Lunch A / Students to 5th
12:25     Lunch B
12:55     End Lunch B / Students to 5th
1:00     End 5th period / Move to 6th period
1:05 - 1:45     6th period
1:50 - 2:45     Hawk Time
2:50 - 3:30     7th period
Welcome to Washington County High School (WCHS) where we believe in the power of education. We understand that by educating a student to become a well-prepared, concerned citizen, we have truly made the world a better place. By educating and encouraging students to think and ask questions instead of only teaching memorizing and test-taking skills, we have equipped them to be more successful in schools of higher education and the job market. By insisting students actively participate in their communities, we have made them aware of the needs of others. These educational goals are evident in our classrooms.

WCHS has a long history of excellence in academics as well as extracurricular activities. We offer a wide range of courses that are both interesting and challenging. Our students actively participate in activities that have brought recognition and pride to the school and community through awards and competitions statewide, regionally and nationally. The faculty and staff members feel fortunate to have strong support from our parents, community members, and local businesses. We pledge to continue to work hard to make our academic and extra curricular programs even stronger to ensure our students are successful and prepared for the future. Washington Co. High School’s administration, faculty and staff are excited about working with your child. We welcome questions or comments, and we are looking forward to a great year!

Dr. Allen Gray, Principal


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WACO Weightlifting Team AAA State Champs

WACO Region Literary Champs

Congratulations to the WCHS Literary Team. WACO won  1st place in region 3AAA competition.  WCHS had 56 points and 2nd place Dodge county had 41.  We received five 1st places, three 2nd places and two 3rd places. Every student placed in the competition.  First place students will compete at the State Literary Competition on March 15.



Quartet - 1st place

Justin Miller

Justin Sanner

Benzell Holmes

Anderious Robinson


Trio - 1st place

Makayla Moon

Chelsea Folsom

Larkarra Betha


Boys solo  - 1st place

Justin Miller


Girls solo - 1st place

LaKarra Betha


Boys Extemporaneous Speech - 1st place

Stewart McDonald


Girls Extemporaneous Speech - 2nd place

Macy  Youngblood


Girls Essay - 3rd place

Jameshia Porter


Boys Essay - 3rd place

Samuel McCaskill


Girls Dramatic Interpretation - 2nd place

Lauren Sheppard


Boys Dramatic interpretation - 2nd place

Justin Sanner

Spotlight on Seniors

Each time a Senior is accepted to a technical school, two-year or four-year college or has signed with a branch of the military, we would like to take time out to recognize them. 


WCHS is proud to announce that the following students have been accepted to various schools:


Re-Neisha Russell – Georgia Southern, GCSU
Hannah Lacey – Liberty University, GCSU
Bryce Sheppard – Shorter U, Truett-McConnell, Liberty U
George Johnson, Jr. – Liberty University
Justin R. Braswell – Lindenwood University
Charles Smith – Marine Corp
Macy Youngblood – Mercer University
Katelyn Peeler – Georgia Military College
Savanna McCoy – Valdosta State University
Kearra Mathis – Savannah State University
Ansley Taylor – Savannah State University
Tia Wiley – Fort Valley State U, Georgia Southern, Valdosta St. U, Georgia Regents U, GA State U
Elizabeth Grace Layton – Purdue, University of Georgia
Layla Pendley – University of Georgia – Dance
Morgan Lindsey – Valdosta State University
Bianca Wansley – Georgia Regents University
Erin Ellington – Georgia Regents University
Erin Thomaston – Georgia Regents University
Bethany Keyes – Georgia Military College
Yazmeen Wilson – Middle GA State College
Aliyah Lazenby – Clayton State U, George Mason U
Baylee Brown – Georgia Regents U, Oglethorpe U
Bethany Severance – University of Georgia
Quin’Terricca Jordan – Georgia Regents University, GA State University
Andrenequa  Archer – Middle GA State College, Albany State, Georgia Regents U
Cartina Taylor – Georgia Regents University
Felexia Walker – Georgia Regents U, Georgia College, GA State U, Georgia Southern, Brenau U
Latria Kitchen- Mary Baldwin College
Justin Alexander – Georgia State University
Ashlyn Bennett – Valdosta State University
Kirby Goforth – Valdosta State University
Eryn Bennett – Armstrong Atlantic State University
Kenbrika Scott – Albany State University, Georgia Regents U
Iesha Reeves – Georgia Military College
Jasmine Poole – East Georgia State College
Jasmin Harvey – Georgia Military College
Shequavia Heidt - GMC
De’Ambria Battle - GMC
Richandra Harden - Kennesaw State University
Iesha Poole - Darton State College
Jada Jordan - GMC
Julia Parnell - GRU
Christopher Gilbert - Mars Hill University
Tamra Young - GMC
Davonte Bass - U.S. Army
Tia Lemons - Georgia College @State University
Starkela Morgan -GMC
Melvin Hill - Kennesaw State University

Danyale Wicker - Point University
DJ Sanders - Middle Tennessee State University
Chris Edwards - Tuskegee University
Terry Gilmore - Point University
Shonterria Kitchens - Mercer University
Harley Askew – Georgia Regents University, Brenau University
Ashkenaz Dixon – Tusculum College
Blake Harris – Georgia Military College
Shavonna Adams – Georgia Military College
Jennifer Johnson – Georgia Military College
Bryston Jones – Post University
Shakevia Taylor – Georgia Military College
Adrian Dixon – Paine College

Ja’Querria Tucker – Georgia Military College

Khadijah Merrell – Georgia Military College

Jasmine Knight – Young Harris

Micah Jackson – Naval Academy Preparatory School

Antionette Walls – Georgia Military College

Harley Adams – Armstrong Atlantic State University

Kearra Mathis – Clayton State University

Jamaeshia Brady – Prairie View A&M

Bryan Hypolite – Valparaiso University, Stillman College, University of Miami

Felicia Albright – Georgia Military College, East GA State College

Harley Adams – Savannah College of Art & Design

Lakeisha Renfroe – Georgia Military College

WACO wins BIG at Tech Fair

Thirty six WCHS students participated in the Oconee RESA Regional Technology Fair on January 24. Six counties were represented and Washington County placed extremely well with some tough competition. All first place winners advance to the state competition on Saturday, March 8. The following students placed:


·         1st Place Grade 9-10 Animated Graphic Design:  Jadia Hypolite

·         1st Place Grade 11-12 Digital Photography:  Richandra Harden

·         1st Place Grade 9-10 Non-Multimedia Applications:  Zane Winkler

·         1st Place Grade 9-10 Non-Animated Graphic Design:  Cindy Guo and Jesslyn May

·         1st Place Grade 11-12 Non-Multimedia Applications:  Baylee Brown and Natalie Durden

·         1st Place Grade 11-12 Digital Game Design:  Stewart McDonald

·         2nd Place Grade 9-10 Digital Photography:  Daija Hypolite

·         2nd Place Grade 11-12 Animated Graphic Design:  Jordan Welch

·         2nd Place Grade 11-12 Digital Photography:  Nygeria Lewis

·         2nd Place Grade 11-12 Multimedia Applications:  Max Corder and Jim Pharis

·         2nd Place Grade 9-10 Non-Animated Graphic Design: Yash Maisuria

·         2nd Place Grade 11-12 Non-Animated Graphic Design:  Bryce Sheppard

·         2nd Place Grade 9-10 Non-Multimedia Applications:  Katelyn Lord

·         2nd Place Grade 9-10 Web 2.0 Internet Applications:  Curtis Stephens

·         2nd Place Grade 11-12 Web 2.0 Internet Applications:  Shelby Carter

Infinite Campus Mobile App

Infinite Campus has a free app for parents. To install on your mobile device, just follow these steps:
1. Download the app - Download the Infinite Campus mobile portal app from any of the following app stores: iTunes, Google play, or Amazon app store for Android.
2. Launch the campus app and enter your District ID: ZCSBQQ
3. Enter the portal account and sign in - Enter your Campus portal username and password and select log in/sign in.

CTAE Public Notice

Career, Technical and Agriculture ProgramsMore
  • Check the Counselor's page for current information on scholarships, college visits, and testing.   
  • Parking permits are now being sold in the Counselors' Office. In order to purchase a parking permit, students need:

    • a valid driver's license (Class C or Class D)

    • Tag number

    • $10.00


Mr. Trey Carroll
Band and Chorus Teacher

Washington County High School received the Region 3AAA 2013 Cooperative Spirit Sportsmanship Award on behalf of the Georgia High School Association and Georgia EMC.

WCHS MISSION: Home, School, Community - Partners in Life-long Learning

WCHS VISION: It is the vision of Washington County High School to encourage an educational partnership among the school, community and parents, which will create and maintain an environment that will enable students to be safe, respectful, and responsible in a global society.