First Day of School: Friday, August 11th

Class of 2025

Tim Devlin

Tim Devlin, Assistant Principal

Sarah wallen, school counselor sits with hands clasped at her desk

Sarah Wallen, School Counselor

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ATTENTION Students and Parents~

Scheduling for the 2023-2024 school year is closed for current WCHS students. Schedule change requests are no longer being accepted at this time due to the creation of the master schedule.

The window to request a schedule change will be open in late July. There will be ten days open to submit a request for consideration. A schedule change request form will be emailed to all students. After this window, requests will be limited based on specific criteria.

Helpful links

10th grade Course Selection Sheet

WCHS Course of Study Guide

WACC Course of Study Guide

Programs of Study: Career Pathways: click on this link to view all of the Programs of study that the Warsaw Area Career Center offers.

4-year graduation plans!

Mrs. Wallen will be going into the Preparing for College and Careers classes to teach about graduation requirements! Students will start to create their 4-year plan. Their 4-year plan maps out how they will fit in all of the graduation requirements by the end of their senior year. This plan will be created using google documents and will be shared with students' parents. This document is a live document that will be continuously updated every year.

*Please note that some students have the class Preparing for College and Careers class in their 2nd-semester schedule. Mrs. Wallen will work with these students to create their 4-year plan in February.

sarah wallen's four year plan. Year 7/8 any middle school credits. year 9 english 9, algebra I, Earth space, world history civ A or B (9-10th grade), PE credit, preparing for college and careers. 10 english 10, geometry, biology, health or 2 other qualifying FACS credits. 11 English 11, Algebra 11, ICP, US History. 12 English 12, government. fill blanks will electives.

Request To See Counselor Form

If you have a question for Mrs. Wallen or would like to meet with Mrs. Wallen please click the link below. Give as much detail as possible when you fill out the form. Mrs. Wallen will either email you back an answer or send a pass to your class so she can speak with you in person.

Request to See Counselor Form

Graduation Requirements Overview

OVerview: Students starting with the class of 2023 must meet all of the following: Credits, learn and demonstrate employability skills, postsecondary-ready competencies. Diploma requirements 1 credits earn credits toward a diploma with designation. Core 40 - minimum 40 credits academic honors - minimum 47 credits technical honors - minimum 47 credits general. 2. learn and demonstrate employability skills produce defined outcome(s) based on experience. Defnied outcome options: videos, papers, resume, dual credit, certifications, portfolio, projects, slideshows, presentation, five year goal plan, reflection of experience, letters of recommendation, letter of employment verification, postsecondary related experiences. 3 postsecondary ready competencies. Meet at least one of these competencies. Honors diploma academic or technical, SAT reading/writing 480, math 530. ACT English 18, reading 22, math 22, scince 23 (2 out of 4 needed with at least one in english/reading and one in math/science). ASVAB Minimum of 31, industry certification certificaiton from approved DWD list, Apprenticeship federally recognized, CTE Concentrator C Average or higher in at least 2 advanced HS courses in a state approved cte pathway. AP/IB/Dual Credit/ Cambridge  International/CLEP C average or higher in 3 courses (1 of the 3 courses must be in core content area or all three must be part of a CTE pathway). Locally crated pathway approved by SBOE

Box 2: Learn and Demonstrate Employability Skills

Click Here to view a list of activities, clubs and/or classes that qualify for Box 2