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Our Mission: We believe that education is a partnership with
responsibility shared by all: school, family, students, and community.
All individuals shall be provided a safe, positive environment
where they may reach their full potential as responsible citizens.
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Football: Aug 21
Volleyball: Aug 26
Cross-Country: Aug 26

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Our Students

Wahkiakum High School students have many opportunities to take on leadership roles and excel in academics.

Education Is #1 at Wahkiakum High School

Wahkiakum High School is proud to be an accredited high school that offers a caring, nurturing environment with experienced and creative teachers and staff, who focus on education as preparation for the future. In fact, the vast majority of our graduates continue their education at a community college or 4-year university.

Our faculty believes that learning takes place not only in the classroom, but also in the community-at-large.

Image: Graduation Cap and Diploma 2019 Graduation: Best Wishes!

Missed the ceremonies?

Watch the 2019 WHS Graduation Ceremony HERE!

Best wishes to this year's graduating seniors!

ASB: Associated Student Body

Wahkiakum High School has a very active ASB and here's the most recent WHS ASB Fund Balance Report.

Want to get in on the fun and also save money at MS and HS sports events, for both home and away games? Purchase an ASB card that's good for 1 school year for just $40.00 at the HS office with a check made payable to Wahkiakum High School.

For all the detailed information on gate prices and various passes to athletic events that are available (with and without your ASB card, download this Flyer on Season Passes and Individual Game Admission Prices.

2018/2019 Student Leadership Team

Photo: Wahkiakum High School ASB Student Leadership Team Co-Presidents:
  Charlie Ashe
  and Ellie Leitz
   Ellie Wiltse-Hiatt
  Nai'a Freeman
Assistant Treasurer:
  Jake Leitz
Public Relations/Tech:
  Jansi Merz
Executive Liaison:
  Kaden Anderson

WHS Student Orientation

Photo: Wahkiakum High School Orientation Day Group Photo Student Leaders and Entering Freshmen Just before school starts in the fall, WHS offers Orientation for Incoming Freshmen and New Students.

As the photo shows, it's a fun-filled morning as we welcome students to Wa-Ki-Hi. They meet their teachers, meet other students, tour the campus, get their locker, and learn tips from 11th and 12th grade Link Leaders!

Many thanks to our amazing Link Leaders — their leadership skills and positive attitudes made this year's Orientation an enthusiastic and spirited way to start the year.

Homecoming Week

Photo: Wahkiakum High School - Spirit Week, Freshmen Royalty Day
Each year, our student leadership team plans a variety of student activities.

The craziest week of the year is Homecoming Spirit Week, culminating with the Homecoming football game on Friday at 7:00pm (and the announcement of the Homecoming Court), and a dance on Saturday evening.

To show our spirit, there is a competition between the classes to see who has the most spirit. The walls are decorated and there are pep assemblies and dress-up days for the 4 classes.

Veterans' Day Assembly: WHS Gym

Photo: Wahkiakum High School Annual Veterans' Day Assembly Candlelight Ceremony and Essay Readings Our annual Veterans' Day Assembly is a special time for the students and a large number of community members to gather together to honor our local Veterans and thank all Veterans for their service to our country.

During our November/2018 program, we highlighted the service of our local Vietnam Veterans.

Each year, our WHS students produce an unforgettable Veterans' Day Assembly (link opens a YouTube video). The program includes at least one distinguished speaker from the US military, readings by students and music by the WHS Band and Choir. In English classes, students write essays about what it means to be an American and several are selected to read their essays at the assembly. The program also includes the traditional and moving candlelight ceremony, where each student names and honors a Veteran in attendance or one living in the community.

Our Foreign Exchange Student Program

Image of Globe with Flags of the World - Foreign Exchange Student Program Each year, Wahkiakum High School welcomes several foreign exchange students, who are hosted by local community members.

For the 2018-2019 school year, we welcomed two exchange students, including Vo Khac Minh Dai from Ho Chi Mihn City, Vietman (call him "Dai") and Daniel E Rosua Lopéz from A Coruña, Spain. Both are very much enjoying all that Cathlamet and the High School have to offer.