2013 Report to the Community
WUHSD students are reaching increasingly higher levels of academic achievement as the result of the District’s focus on its “Whatever It Takes” initiative. The 2013 Report to the Community provides new, detailed information on the District’s academic improvement as well as a budget overview and summary of its ongoing program to modernize facilities. Click here to download the report.
More than 3,000 WUHSD seniors graduated during seven commencement ceremonies held June 3 and 4 for California, Frontier, La Serna, Pioneer, Santa Fe, Sierra Vista and Whittier high schools and the Whittier Adult School. Click on the title above to read the full story and see a photo gallery.
WUHSD dedicated Santa Fe High School's Football Field to Coach Jack Mahlstede during a special ribbon cutting event. Click on the title above to read the full story.
The online web stores for each of our high schools is currently receiving a facelift for the upcoming 2014-15 school year. During this time, all schools will have their online stores turned off to prepare for the upcoming year. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause but we hope you enjoy the new sites and added features.
More than 95 percent of the 2,694 seniors from the Whittier Union High School District’s five comprehensive high schools graduated last year, showing a 2 percent increase over the previous year. Click on the title above to read the full story.
Twenty-one Whittier and Pioneer high school students recently completed the second year of the Amy Biehl Foundation Project– Human Rights and Social Responsibility, an enrichment opportunity coordinated by Whittier College’s Center for Engagement with Communities. Click on the title above to read the full story.
Whittier High School student Carlos Flores organized a series of events he called “Trail Mix Fest” designed to encourage his fellow classmates to get involved in making their Whittier community a better place. Click on the story title above to read the full story.
California High School art teacher Julie Tonkovich recently received the 2014 California Art Educator of the Year Award and was recognized by the National Art Education Association for her honor during its national convention. Click on the title above to read the full story.
Much has been accomplished on Pioneer’s new 7,000-seat football stadium project, which features a synthetic football-soccer field and track. Click on the title above to read the full story.
Five La Serna High School football players recently were honored as 2014 scholar athletes by the John Ferraro Los Angeles Chapter of the National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame. Click on the title above to read the full story.