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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!

Sincerely,
Dr. Allen Gray, Principal

*Spring Sports Updates*

Congratulations to the following teams and coaches:

Girls' Soccer Team for advancing to the second round of State playoffs for the first time in WCHS history.

Boys' Soccer Team for advancing to the first round of State playoffs for the first time in WCHS history.

WCHS Golf Team placed 2nd in Region 3A in 2015.

WCHS Girls' and Boys' Track advanced to the State Track Meet in 2015. 

WCHS Girls' and Boys' Tennis Team placed 2nd in Region 3A and advanced to the State playoffs in 2015.

 

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 him or her. We are proud to announce that the following Seniors have been accepted to various schools.
Congratulations!!

 

 

Hunter Reynolds- Georgia Southern University

Tyra Sampson- Armstrong State University

Kelexis Battle- Armstrong State University

Erica Price- Valdosta State University, University of Georgia, Kennesaw State University

Justin Lawrence- Fort Valley State University

Aakiyah Harlemon- Fort Valley State University

Jameisha Porter- Armstrong State University

Justin Sanner- Columbus State University

Carlos Turner- U.S. Marines

Luis Guerrero- U.S. Marines

Keyaundria Livatt- Middle GA State

Brittany Barfield- Georgia College & State University

Janae Young- Georgia Military College

LarKara Bethea- LaGrange College

Brandie Lewis- Georgia Military College, Shorter University

Camille Andrews-Georgia State University

Cera Brown – Georgia Southern University

Tristan Mock – Georgia College & State University, Georgia Southern University

Shelby Carter – University of Georgia

Angela Rowe – University of North Georgia; Georgia Southern University
Megan Wright – Brewton Parker College

Asia Reaves – Darton College

Bryce Hood – Kennesaw State University

Monica Cheely – Columbus State University

Nykierra Reynolds – Georgia State University

Shaquetta Williams – Fort Valley State University, Savannah State University

Chandler Frazier – Valdosta State University; Georgia Southern University

Casey Ogden – Armstrong State University

Austin Williford – Georgia Military College

Brianna Barnes – Spelman College

Samuel McCaskill – Georgia Southern University, University of Georgia

Dayna Gordy – Middle Georgia State College; Benedict College

Walker Smith – Catawba Valley Community College

AJ Gray – Georgia Institute of Technology

Daknequa White – Young Harris College

Ariel Duckworth – Savannah State University, Georgia Southern University, Columbus State University

Darius Deese – Georgia Southern University

Renard Sanford – Savannah State University

Santia Pace – Brewton Parker College

Jacob Burgamy – Troy University; Emmanuel College

Malik Hilson - Georgia Southern University

Alyssa Windsor – Georgia Military College

Brittany Smith – Savannah State University

Ethan Ray – Flagler College

Lorenzo Watts – University of West Georgia

Will Coneway – Mercer University

Briandrea Walker – Georgia Military College

Dasia Danzy – Georgia Southern University

Quentavious Fragher – Albany State University

Max Corder – Georgia Southern University

DeAudra Taylor – Georgia Military College

Ben Doolittle – Georgia Military College

Jasmine Farmer – Middle Georgia State College

Leslie Frost – Georgia Southern University

Jaleiyah Hudson – Fort Valley State University

Shankeanna Cummings – East Georgia College

James Pharis – South Georgia State College

Logan Hunt – Georgia Southern University

Jade Burnett – Georgia Military College

Jalen Maze – Darton State College; Albany State University

Briandrea Walker – Georgia Military College

CJ Davis – Lenoir Rhyne University

Lauren Sheppard – Georgia College & State University

Cameron Andrews – U.S. Marines

Justin Wheeler – Middle Georgia State College

Spencer Smith – East Georgia College

Tyler Brantley – Trevecca Nazarene University

Kara Raley – Georgia Military College

Amber Anderson – Georgia Military College

Brian Allen – Middle Georgia State College

Juan Roman – Georgia Military College

NyGeria Lewis – Middle Georgia State College

Parking Permits

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

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

Have a safe and 

relaxing summer!


School resumes 

Friday, August 7, 2015.

National History Day 2015 Winners


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.