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Senior Decision Spirit Week!

April 29 - May 03
With Wednesday, May 1 being National College Decision Day, seniors will be celebrating post high school decisions next week! 

Prom & Senior Breakfast 2024

Ticket Sales Information

All seniors are encouraged to also attend
Senior Breakfast catered by Alexa's Cafe!
Admission to Prom will be on sale:
  • April 28 through May 8 ending at 3:50 p.m.
  • Prom Tickets will NOT be sold at the door.

Admission to Senior Breakfast tickets will be on sale:
  • April 28 through June 6.
See below for ticket pricing details.
Prom Admission
  • Admission to prom will be on sale April 28 through May 8, closing at 3:50 p.m. 
  • Prom & Senior Breakfast Bundle $50 - Save $$*
           Includes entry to both Prom (May 18) and Senior Breakfast       
          (June 13) at a reduced rate*
  • Prom Only $40*
  • WHS student admission will be available for purchase online through Touchbase during the sales window using the parent/guardian's NSD login.
    • Only 1 ticket per student can be purchased online.
    • ALL guest tickets must be purchased in person (Non-WHS & WHS Guests).
  • Admission will also be sold in person before school (7:50-8:20a), during Options, lunches, and after school (3:20-3:50p) at the WHS Cashier’s or Main Office, with debit/credit, cash, or check payable to WHS.
  • If WHS seniors want to invite a guest**, ONE guest is allowed per WHS senior ($40 for a guest ticket)
  • Fines MUST be paid or cleared to purchase admission.
  • Students in need of financial assistance should contact their counselor. Funding sources are available to provide help.

All students must bring their student ID to enter prom!

*** The student's ID card is their ticket!***

(Physical id or digital id thru StudentVue app) 

Lost id? $5 replacement id can be purchased at the cashier's office.

Non-WHS guests must show picture ID

Printed tickets for memento purposes will be available for pickup at the
cashier's office & at prom

**Non-WHS Guest Requirements

If WHS students wants to invite a guest from another school, ONE guest is allowed per WHS student with the required paperwork submitted by the end of 2nd lunch on May 8th.

Please plan ahead, as a completed Non-WHS Guest Authorization Form is required for each guest (with the guest’s principal’s signature and a WHS Admin signature) before a non-WHS guest ticket can be purchased. 
  • Guest forms will also be available on this website and outside ASB Room 101 and at the Main Office by April 28.
  • Students must bring the completed Non-WHS Guest Authorization Form when tickets are purchased. 
  • Again, tickets will NOT be sold at the door for Prom.
Complete information can be found on the 2024 Prom & Senior Breakfast website.
Important! NSD Class of 2024 Messaging

The following NSD communication was sent to comprehensive high school Class of 2024 families on Friday, April 5, 2024:

Dear Class of 2024 and their Families,

2024 Graduations are just around the corner. This communication is to share the following: graduation requirements, graduation dates for each comprehensive high school, guest logistics and support, and changes to student academic honors.  

Graduation Requirements
The 2024 commencement ceremony will include all students who have met the graduation requirements established by the Northshore School District in School Board Policy 2410 and the State of Washington. Congratulations to the Class of 2024 on this major achievement! 

School Graduation Dates and Times
The 2024 commencement ceremonies for Northshore’s four comprehensive high schools will take place at Pop Keeney Stadium in Bothell on the following dates:

Monday, June 17, 2024
Bothell High School 1:00 p.m.
North Creek High School 6:00 p.m.

Tuesday, June 18, 2024
Woodinville High School 1:00 p.m.
Inglemoor High School 6:00 p.m.

Commencement Ceremony Tickets
Entrance tickets are required for every guest. Children under age 2 sitting on laps are free. Each graduate will receive five free tickets. Each additional ticket is $7 and will be available to purchase in advance through your high school. Watch for your high school’s graduation guide, which will be available later this spring, to learn more about ticket availability. If the additional cost presents a barrier to attendance, graduates should contact their counselor to arrange for additional tickets at no cost. Commencement ceremonies will be live streamed as well, with closed captioning available. Translated closed captions will be available 24 hours after the live stream for families who would benefit from this service. More information about live streaming will be provided on this webpage as the dates approach.

Graduate/Attendee Guidelines and Safety Protocols
Over several months, principals and staff members from all four comprehensive high schools collaboratively planned this special day to honor our graduates. Every graduate who plans to participate in this year’s commencement ceremony, and every attendee, will be expected to follow the standards as set forth by the Northshore School District and each high school’s administration to ensure a safe and welcoming environment.  
  • We understand this is an exciting time for our graduates, as well as those who have supported them in reaching this milestone. In honor of the Class of 2024 and everyone in attendance at the commencement ceremony:
  • Please remain seated and quiet throughout the ceremony
  • Anyone causing disruptions will be asked to leave.
  • Balloons, noisemakers, air horns, beach balls, and other distracting items are strictly prohibited.
  • High heels are NOT allowed on the field or the track, but wedge sandals and flat shoes are permitted.
  • Designated photo areas on the field will be available for your group and graduate to take pictures after the ceremony.
  • Photos will not be allowed to be taken on the graduation stage.

We want to remind you that creating the best possible experience for every graduate and attendee includes making safety a priority.
  • Weapons are strictly prohibited on District property per RCW 9.41.280. Also, no alcoholic beverages or glass containers for liquids will be allowed.
  • Please be aware of emergency exits. Maps are posted around the stadium. In the event of an emergency, listen to announcements for directions.

Arrival and Parking for Pop Keeney Stadium
Gates open 45 minutes prior to each school’s ceremony. Due to the large number of anticipated attendees, please note the following information for arriving and parking at Pop Keeney Stadium, 9809 NE 188th St., Bothell:

The best route to approach the stadium parking lot is Eastbound on 188th as there will be no left turns from Westbound.
  • Parking will be limited. Please consider carpooling.
  • Pop Keeney Stadium has entrance ramps on the south side of the stadium that allow for wheelchair accessibility. The first few rows of attendee seating in the bleachers, and designated areas on the field, have been reserved for those with limited mobility. If you would like to reserve seating in these areas, please complete this survey so we can plan accordingly.
  • Tailgating will not be allowed.
Ceremony Information Translated
Graduation programs will be printed in English and distributed at the event in person. In addition, prior to your school’s graduation ceremony, families will receive an email about the ceremony order and speakers through ParentSquare. This step ensures all families can follow along and understand the ceremony details in their preferred language, as ParentSquare automatically translates messages for families. High school graduation is a significant event in the lives of our students, and we want all of our families to be able to enjoy the experience.

Graduating with Latin Honors
Starting with the Class of 2023, Northshore’s comprehensive high schools adopted the Latin terms to celebrate high-achieving students as follows:
  • Summa Cum Laude (with highest honors):  top 5% of GPAs
  • Magna Cum Laude (with high honors):  top 6-15% of GPAs
  • Cum Laude (with honors): top 16-30% of GPAs
Graduating seniors will be honored based on GPA as shown above. This new tradition will continue with the Class of 2024 and will replace the previous tradition of naming valedictorians and salutatorians. Much like in the past with valedictorians and salutatorians, students receiving Latin honors will be recognized during graduation ceremonies, assemblies, and/or other recognition programs. By refining our recognitions, our high schools are aligning with systems used in higher education while also giving deserved recognition to additional high-achieving students.

Your school will send a message detailing what to expect in the days and weeks leading up to your commencement ceremony, as well as the day of the ceremony. If you have questions about your 2024 commencement ceremony, please contact your school.

Again, congratulations! We look forward to celebrating the Class of 2024 this June!

Northshore School District
New! Second Semester Mid-Term Progress Reports Will Now be Uploaded to the Document Tab in ParentVue

3rd Quarter Ended April 5th and Progress Reports are now uploaded to the documents tab in ParentVue. If you have concerns about your student’s grades, the first point of contact is the student’s teacher. 

If you have any questions, please contact our Student Information Specialist, Jenn Diaz, at Please note that Progress Reports and Report Cards will not be mailed home at this time and will only be uploaded to the Documents tab.

Theatre Tickets - Spring Musical: 12th Night
WHS Spring Musical: 12th Night
May 2-4, 7:00p
This Spring, the Woodinville High School Theatre Company (WHSTC) will bring the musical adaptation of William Shakespeare’s romantic comedy, Twelfth Night, conceived by Kwame Kwei-Armah and Shaina Taub, with Music and Lyrics by Shaina Taub, to the WHS Theater stage. The show is a rousing contemporary musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic romantic comedy about mistaken identity and self-discovery. Kwame Kwei-Armah and Shaina Taub have taken the bard’s romantic comedy, transformed it into an exhilarating musical, and catapulted it into a moment that is both contemporary and timeless.
The show will continue May 2-4 at 7:00 pm, in the Woodinville High School Theater.
The performance is appropriate for all ages.
Ticket Sales
Reserved seating only! Tickets are available for purchase first come, first serve starting Monday, April 1:
  • Online through GOFan: (Processing fee per ticket is $1.45)
  • In person at the WHS Main or Cashier's Office (no processing fee, M-F, 7:50a-3:50p)
Ticket prices are as follows*:
  • General Admission $15
  • Students w/ASB $10
  • Seniors 65+ $10
  • VIP (Section 2, center, bottom only) $25
*In order to receive a qualified fee waiver for spring play tickets, the ticket(s) must be purchased through the InTouch Point of Sale system at the WHS Main or Cashier's office. (Student free, immediate family member(s) 50% discount.) 

Other Details
  • Tickets will be available at the Main or Cashier's Office until 4:00pm the day before each performance and online through GOFan! until 4:00pm the day of the performance.
  • Tickets will be available on a first come, first serve basis at the box office if that performance is not yet sold out.
  • Tickets purchased at the box office are cash or check only.
  • The box office opens at 6:15p each show night.
  • For tickets purchased on GoFan, be sure to bring your mobile device for entry at the door.
  • Please note there is no food and only water allowed in the theater.
  • No photography at any time.
Counselor's Corner
Greetings from the school counseling office!

We hope the 4th quarter is off to a smooth start! Please remember that your 3rd quarter grade is not your semester grade. There is still time to improve academically if necessary. Please connect with your teachers and/or school counselor to discuss ways to get caught up, work hard, do your best and finish strong. 

Sophomores and Juniors who are interested in Running Start please start by reading through the WHS RS website at

Seniors, graduation is right around the corner! Please remember to complete the Senior Survey and Scholarship Reporting due May 6th. As college decisions are being released, counselors would love to be kept in the loop! We would love to celebrate your acceptances and counsel you through your waitlist, deferral, and/or denial decisions. We truly believe that you will be successful wherever you go.

Senior class meeting was on April 23rd. Check out the Class of 2024 website if you missed out on anything.

WHS Counseling Team
Amy Strandy, Kat Lamb, Scott Churchill, Nate Hirsch, Sarah Brenner, My Tang


WHS Robotics Wins at World Championship!

Over the weekend of April 19, our Robotics team competed at the FIRST Robotics World Championships in Houston Texas which hosted teams from over 100 countries and 40,000 attendees. They competed in the Galileo division and finished 68th overall in our division and 440th overall out of 600 teams. Our team was honored to receive the Rookie Inspiration Award for their work in the community to support STEM activities.

The award is described as: Celebrates a rookie team’s outstanding success in advancing respect and appreciation for engineering and engineers, both within their school, as well as in their community.
  • Effectiveness and inventiveness of the team’s efforts to recruit students to engineering.
  • Extent and effectiveness of the team’s community outreach efforts.
  • A commitment to science and technology education among the team.
  • Ability to communicate understanding of the FIRST mission at the competition and away from it.
Here's what the judges had to say about the team:

With a focus on outreach and advocacy, this rookie team demonstrated they are already off to a fast start. From creating an organization focused on upholding women in STEM to their work creating new FIRST teams, they are focused on the impact that FIRST can have on students. They have demonstrated the success of their LADDER program to help students grow skills through FLL, FTC, and FRC. This team embraced the A in STEAM with their incredible pit display and student-made plush dinosaurs.

The following students made it possible to compete at this level:

Elijah Yan, Katelyn Faulhaber, Kevin Check, Neha Modi, Andrea Yandell, Aadi Shah, Grey Kitzan, Tucker Taplett, Davis Tonkin, Elizabeth Stevenson, Cindy Liang, Krish Doshi, Aviel Wood, Andrew Wood, Dasha Arkhipova, Joy Song, Kris Dimitrov, Ethan Tonkin, Nicholas Chang, Romi Bar-Caspi, Skylar Bogner, and Woojin Kim

Thank you for supporting our students through this amazing experience!

Ping Pong Club Places 3rd in Washington State Table Tennis Championships!

On Saturday, April 20, the WHS Ping Pong Club competed in their first ever Washington State Table Tennis Championships in Tacoma, WA. The Ping Pong Club battled hard for 10 grueling hours and finished 3rd overall in state!
Humphrey Huang, Marcus Lam, Terrance Lam, Joshua Yen, Siyuan Liu, Ethan Isler, Ryan Bishop, Isaiah Wideman, and Scottie Flynn all played a significant role in helping Ping Pong Club finish in 3rd! Congratulations on this wonderful achievement and we look forward to your continued success in the upcoming years!
Battle of the Books Results!

On Wednesday, April 17th teams from four NSD high schools gathered for the District’s 4th annual High School Battle of the Books. Students formed their own teams of 2-4 people and among them read all ten of this year’s Evergreen Teen Book Award nominees, practiced answering questions about the books, and then gathered at North Creek High School to battle it out and see which team knew the books the best. Woodinville had two teams compete. Our top team, Team Mars, placed fourth, while scoring only three points off the perfect score. Most importantly these students spent time with each other talking about the books they read. Students interested in competing next year, can start now reading the 2024-2025 Evergreen Nominees. Participating students were: Ria Byri, Parisa Emam, Claire Fifer, Maithili Jha, Emily Mead, Charlotte Nicolas, Sasha Olson, and Aveen Thoohan.


Ongoing: Fee Waiver Consent Form available for families who qualify for Free & Reduced Lunch

04/25-27: Spring Musical, Twelfth Night, 7p
04/26-05/01: DECA Internationals @ Anaheim, CA
04/29-05/03: Senior Survey & Scholarship Notification Week
04/29-05/03: Mental Health Week
05/01: National College Decision Day
05/02-04: Spring Musical, Twelfth Night, 7p
05/03: School Lunch Hero Day
05/06-10: Teacher Appreciation Week
05/06-17: AP Exams
05/08: School Nurses Day
05/12: Mother's Day
05/18: Senior Prom, Seattle Aquarium, 8-11p
05/20-24: SBAC Math CAT, PT (Make Ups 24th)
05/22-24: Late AP Exam Window
05/23: Pops Concert, Northshore Concert Hall
05/24: 7-Period Schedule #2 (January 17 Winter Weather Make-Up Day)
05/27: Memorial Day - No School
05/29-30: WCAS Science Testing
05/30: NHS Induction Ceremony, Main Gym
05/31: Night of the Arts Spring Spectacular
06/05: Last Block 2/4/6 of the School Year
06/05-06: BACE Exam
06/06: Last Block 1/3/5/7 of the School Year
06/06: Senior Awards Night (Cap, Gown, Tickets, yearbook Distribution), Main Gym, 6:30p
06/06-24: Yearbook Lottery Sales
06/11: Medical Professionals Careers Graduation, Theatre, 6p
06/11: Senior Devices Due
06/12: ERW Beach Day/Yearbook Distribution Schedule #15
06/12: Senior Textbooks Due
06/14: Class of 2024 Commencement Rehearsal, MANDATORY, 9-11am
06/16: Father's Day
06/17: Underclassmen Textbooks Due
06/18: Class of 2024 Commencement Ceremony, Pop Keeney, 1pm
06/19: Juneteenth - No School
06/25: Last Day of School - Bell Schedule Pending District Confirmation
06/27: Class of 2024 Diploma Packet Pick Up Event, Main Office Loop, 11a-2p
Class of 2024 DUI Crash Simulation, Friday, May 3
Staff Lot closed to student parking, Friday, May 3
Students who normally drive to campus are encouraged to car pool or ride District transportation

In order to bring student awareness to the dangers of drunk and distracted driving, there will be a DUI (Driving Under the Influence) crash simulation at Woodinville High School for the Senior Class of 2024 on Friday, May 3, during 4th period (11:15a-12:05p). The simulation is in coordination with the Woodinville Police/King County Sherriff’s Office.  

The “crash” scene will have a sense of authenticity, as workers will “rescue” the victims.  Police vehicles and a helicopter will be involved in the simulation. The intended message to our students who view the “crash” scene is to make the right choices when it comes to drugs or alcohol and to the dangers of texting or talking on the phone while driving.

As the “crash” scene will be created in the WHS Staff Parking Lot, parking will be limited that day. Students who normally drive to the campus are encouraged to car pool or to ride District transportation.
School Lunch Heroes Day - Fri, May3
Thank you WHS Kitchen Staff!

We appreciate and are truly thankful for our fabulous Kitchen Staff:
Tina Tuiasosopo, Amy Simms, Michelle Pyeatt, Liezel Yapyuco, Dia Nguyen, Karen Robbins, Revathi Pinnamaraju & Lori Major
. Their amazing efforts throughout every day of the school year don't go unnoticed. By providing meals and smiles to our students and staff are much appreciated!

Their work has truly been above and beyond!

There will be a final Latino/Hispanic family meeting on Tuesday, April 30th from 6-7:30 in the WHS library. This meeting will be a celebration with food and drinks! You are welcome to bring something to contribute or just bring yourself! Your students are also welcome. Reach out to Assistant Principal Madeline Mason ( or Family Engagement Specialist Maria Cisneros ( with any questions.
Upcoming AP Exam Window Bell Schedules:
May 6-10 and May 13-17!!

We will be on 7-Period Schedule #2 during the exam window, with the exception of 7-Period Schedule #5 on Wednesdays for early release.

May 6-10 & May 13-17: AP Exam Window - Bell Schedule, Missed Class Work, & Attendance 

AP testing begins Monday, May 6 and continues through Friday, May 17. Thank you for your support and encouragement of our AP test-taking students. 
  • We will be on 7-Period Schedule #2 during the exam window, with the exception of 7-Period Schedule #5 on Wednesdays for early release. 
  • Students should talk with their teachers regarding the work missed on the day of their exam and are welcome to attend all classes that are outside of their testing window.   
  • Naturally, if a teacher requests a student to attend class outside of the testing window, the student should honor that request (this could be due to academic progress). 
  • Parents/guardians do not need to call to excuse AP Exam testing. 
    • The Attendance Office will be provided with a list of students who are testing and who do not show up for testing. 
  • Students that do not return to classes after their exam or do not attend classes prior to their exam, the absence will be marked as school-related. 
  • Testing students who do attend classes must sign in and out at the Attendance Office. 
    • Parents/Guardians of testing students who do choose to attend classes on their testing day must email the Attendance Office (or their absence will continue to be marked as school-related). 
  • This will allow students the flexibility to prepare and recover from the exam and attend the classes that cannot be missed. 

    Questions about AP Testing? Email AP Coordinator Andrea Baleva at
FAB Scholarship Applications Due May 1
Attention Seniors who have participated in WHS athletics - the Falcon Athletic Booster (FAB) scholarship applications are due by May 1st, 2024.  We will award two $1,500 scholarships to graduating seniors.  You can find the eligibility requirements and application through this link: FAB Scholarship (   

Please add our new FAB website to your favorites:
Drop Off and Pick Up Reminders: Safety First

Falcon Parents, Guardians, and Students,

A reminder, for everyone's safety, that dropping off or picking up students in the WHS Bus Zone is not allowed.  It's imperative that this area remains clear for school bus drop off and pick up only. Bus drivers cannot see students that run across the bus zone in front of them to get into or exit a car. 

Additionally, students must not cross 195th Street NE at the Bus Zone entrance. There is not a crosswalk at this location. Students should not be dropped off or picked up alongside 195th Street NE. 

For drop off/pick up, please use the designated Main Office Drop-Off Loop.

Furthermore, for students that have permission to park in the 600 Building Lot, extreme caution must be used when leaving campus to not dart out of the lot in front of incoming school buses. 

Thank you for your prompt attention to this important safety matter.

If you should have any questions, please reach out to Campus Supervisor Shaina Bloomquist or Campus Supervisor Alan Dillman.

GO Falcons!

Spring State Testing 2023-24:
Current 10th-grade students are scheduled to participate in Smarter Balanced math state testing as an avenue of fulfilling the state's ELA and math graduation pathway requirement.  Additionally, any 11th-grade or 12th-grade students who have not yet fulfilled the state math graduation pathway requirement will have the opportunity to re-take the math Smarter Balanced test. Juniors will also participate in the state WCAS science exam for federal accountability purposes.

Students must be present on each designated testing day or will need to participate in a make-up session for the missed section of the exam.
Students must bring their fully-charged district-device when participating in state testing, along with compatible earbuds/headsets. (Headsets will be provided for students who do not bring personal earbuds/headsets).
Testing for Woodinville High School students is administered during the student's typical English, math, or science class period.
SBAC and WCAS testing will take place within our routine 7-Period and Block Schedules, so the impact on other coursework should be at a minimum. ELA and math testing students will go directly to the library at the start of their English/Math class period for testing, as well as science testing studentsTesting students in periods 5 and 6 will take A Lunch on their testing day.

When are the tests? Who takes which test?

Math SBAC: 5/20 thru 5/23 (make ups 5/24)
  • All sophomores, select juniors and seniors
  • This exam will fulfill the state math graduation requirement
Science WCAS: 5/29 & 5/30
  • All juniors
  • This exam is for federal accountability
Please note that 9th-graders do not participate in spring state testing. 

If an 11th- or 12th-grade student has already met standard in Math, then the student does not need to test again. 

If you have a specific question at this time regarding State testing, please contact your student's counselor or Assessment Coordinator Mike Kelly at
Senior Class Timeline Available - Updates made April 19
Seniors! The Senior Timeline is now available on the Class of 2024 webpage found under Activities or Counseling on the website homepage. Please continue to review the Senior Timeline as updates were made April 19. Check it out and be informed about the events and requirements leading up to graduation and the Commencement Ceremony on June 18.

Senior Survey & Scholarship Reporting - Final Transcipt Requests
Due May 6 from all Seniors

The Senior Survey is now open and runs through May 6 at which time the process must be competed by all seniors.
Information collected from the Senior Survey and the Scholarship Reporting process is used for following reasons:
  • Recognition in the Senior Awards publication
  • Request (and consent to release) your final official high school transcript to the college/university you are attending in Fall 2024.
  • Data for the WHS School Profile sent to colleges and universities for college admissions.
It is vital that seniors complete the Senior Survey and the Scholarship Reporting process on time due to printing deadlines.

The survey is located in Naviance under Planner --> Tasks.

Please email Ms. Tang ( if you have any questions!

Class of 2024! Artwork submissions for the printed Senior Awards publication being accepted thru May 6

Students from the Class of 2024 who would like to have an opportunity for consideration of their artwork to appear on the cover and possibly inside the Senior Awards publication will find information and the upload portal on the WHS website under Activities, Class of 2024.

Submissions will be due by Monday, May 6 at 11:55 p.m. through the Google form Senior Awards Art Submissions for Class of 2024

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Porter by email at
FAFSA/WASFA Information
If your student is planning to pursue a certificate program, job training, apprenticeships, or college (2-year, 4-year, trade school, technical school etc.) after high school, they may qualify for financial aid! Even if you think your family may make too much, please plan to apply for financial aid through the FAFSA or WAFSA.

The FAFSA is currently in their "soft launch" phase. Do not panic if the site is down. This is a new process for everyone this year and colleges will have to accommodate this new timeline.

Remember, you can also apply for the WASFA account on the Washington Student Achievement Council website if you’re ineligible to use FAFSA (Take a questionnaire on the link to see if the WASFA is a good fit for you).

Remember to utilize all the resources here to help you fill out the FAFSA:
Please have your student reach out to your counselor if you have any questions! It is a confusing process but we can get through this together!
Summer School 2024
** All classes will be virtual**

July 8 - August 8, 2024
All Summer School 2024 classes will be held virtually.
Offering the following courses:
Accelerated Courses (1.00 credit)
  • Accelerated Pre-Algebra II
  • Accelerated Algebra I
  • Accelerated Geometry
First-Time Credit Courses (.50 credit)
  • Drawing & Design
  • Health
  • PE
  • Life Fitness
  • Washington State History (graduation requirement only - no credit)
Credit Retrieval Courses (1st or 2nd Semesters Offered)
  • Math
    • Algebra I
    • Geometry
    • Algebra II
  • English
    • English 9
    • English 10
    • English 11
    • English 12
  • Social Studies
    • World History
    • US History
    • Civics
    • Contemporary World Problems
For more information and registration for Summer School click here.

Women of Influence Club is Seeking Donations

WOI is hoping to get some financial support for their 5th annual Women of Influence Leadership Conference in May. This conference will connect aspiring WHS students to influential female leaders. The conference will include a panel discussion of highly accomplished women in diverse occupations, followed by small round table discussions accompanied by a catered meal. The easiest way to sponsor is by giving a non-refundable monetary donation so they can cover the cost of the conference. Donations can be given here on the WOI WHS website! Thank you!
2024-25 School Year Calendar Now Available

The 2024-25 school year calendar is available on the District website. Be sure to mark your calendar with important dates. 
View the calendar.

Please note that prices have gone up slightly. They are looking to add at least 40-50 more seniors at a minimum! There are scholarships available, but please note that payment and forms are due May 19.

For more information regarding Grad Night please click here

WHS Music Boosters General Information

Woodinville High School Music Boosters is a 501(c)3 non-profit comprised solely of volunteers.  Our purpose is to raise funds to cover music-related activities, supplies and equipment that is not covered by the Northshore School District. 
Want to Help?
  • Come to one of our monthly meetings
  • Sign up for our mailing list to receive news & updates by emailing:
  • Support us via tax deductible donations
  • Donate via PayPal through the QR Code below:

Questions about student meals? 

Learn more about student breakfast and lunch options on the district food services webpage.
Transportation 2023-24

Please click this LINK for bus information 2023-24. Bus stop information is now available.

Please click HERE for Daily Bus Passes and Activity Bus Passes routes and information! 

WHS E-News from the Principal
"One Falcon, One Family"

April 26, 2024
Volume 13, Issue 21
Office Hours
Monday – Friday 7:50 A.M. – 3:50 P.M. 

Our Office Team is here to help you:
Denise Schwans, Office Manager, Ext. 7401
Kim Benedict, Main Office Secretary, Ext. 7403 (
Jenn Diaz, Student Info Specialist/Registrar, Ext. 7512
Julie Leong, Attendance Secretary, Ext. 7410 (
Roberta Porter, Counseling Office Manager, Ext. 7418
Nicki Kongkarat, Office Support, Ext. 7416
Rachel Nelson, ASB/Bookkeeping, Fine/Fee Payment, Ext. 7504 (
Renae Hector, Athletics Secretary, Ext. 7491

The mission of Woodinville High School is to become a community of learners, providing a safe and encouraging environment for developing the mind, body, and spirit.
GO Falcons!

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