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Fabiola Ramirez and Alfredo Garcia in front of the Ram Shack
WHS DECA Students Recognized at International Conference
The Ram Shack, operated at Washington High School was among 483 school-based enterprises in the United States achieving Gold Level Re-certification this year and will be recognized at DECA’s International Career Development Conference (ICDC) in Orlando, FL. The students who worked on the certification were Fabiola Ramirez and Alfredo Garcia with the assistance of their adviser, Tim Mayfield. The school-based enterprise at Washington High School has operated for 11 years.  READ MORE...
WHS Educators Rising Students
WHS Educators Rising Featured in Publication
The WHS Educators Rising chapter is featured in the ACTE February publication.  READ MORE...
Law Enforcement students attempt to rescue a "dummy" over challenging obstacles.
Law Enforcement Student Activity
Students in the Law Enforcement classes participated in a leadership reaction event today. They had to use team work and excellent communication skills to climb over obstacles, save an injured person (dummy), and climb back over the obstacles with their dummy as an entire team.   READ MORE...
COOP Children Learning From Fire Science Students
Our Future Firefighters came to the WHS COOP Day Care this morning to talk to the children about becoming firefighters, water safety, riding a bike, and walking on the side walk. Then they got to go outside to experience the water hose and seeing the inside of a firetruck.  READ MORE...
WHS students received hands-on training from welding experts at the career fair.
Career Fair 2019
The Washington High School Annual Career Fair was held on February 20, 2019. Juniors and seniors were able to choose three areas of interest from a list that included over twenty professional career options. Experts in their field devoted their entire morning to teaching these upperclassmen about their chosen fields. They provided personal experiences and advise and took questions from the students. There were doctors, cosmetologists, architects, engineers, journalists, and more.   READ MORE...
Rams Unified Students Participate in Field Day
Unified Sports Field Day with Valley Young Professionals
The Valley Young Professionals (VYP) partnered with Special Olympics Arizona for a Unified Field Day to help raise money in support of Unified Sports at Washington High School on February 22, 2019. 100% of the proceeds will go directly toward purchasing new equipment and uniforms for Washington's Unified Sports teams. The all inclusive event was held in the Practice Gym. Members of the VYP spent a morning of fun and games with Rams United students, LINK Leaders and FBLA Members in activities such as corn hole toss and ladder ball toss. The event was sponsored by the Arizona Diamondbacks and SRP.  READ MORE...
Interact students pose with the scarves they made for Andre House.
WHS Interact Students Volunteer at Andre House
WHS Interactors sewed over 200 scarves to donate to Andre House. After distributing them in the afternoon, they prepared and served over 600 meals for the guests that evening.   READ MORE...
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College and Career Choices
WHS provides a wide variety of electives along with multiple levels of core academic classes for all of our students to be successful and prepared for their life choices after graduation. Our counselors are available to assist students in making these plans. To that end, they have designed an extensive list of career pathways that are aligned with courses that are offered here at WHS. This form is available in the counseling office and the college and career office. Juniors and seniors have a unique opportunity to explore career choices on Wednesday, February 20, 2019. The annual “Career Fair” will give students an opportunity to hear about 3 different careers directly from professionals in those careers. This event will take place during the morning classes, and students will finish the day with their regular afternoon classes.   READ MORE...