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Wildcat Band Earns 27th Consecutive 1's at UIL Marching Contest

The Wildcat Band participated in the Region 21 UIL Marching Contest Saturday Evening at SFA University and was awarded a First Division Rating for their performance. This marks the 25th year that the band has scored the highest award out of the past 27 years!!!
Mr. Whitley and the Wildcat Band appreciate all the support that is given to the band each year. The attached video is filmed up high so you can see what the band is actually doing, something you can’t see at a football game halftime! The kids are very proud of what they have accomplished and would like for their teachers and friends to watch, it is 5:45 seconds long.

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WHS Wildcat Band Earns Top Award at Marching Contest

The Wildcat Band participated in the Region 21 UIL Marching Contest Saturday evening at Stephen F. Austin University and was awarded a First Division Rating for their performance. This marks the 25th year that the band has scored the highest award.

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Two WHS Seniors Earn Award

Two Whitehouse High School students, Maggie M. Beard and Kendal L. Updike, have been named Commended Students in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program. A Letter of Commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts the program, will be presented by the WHS principal to these scholastically talented WHS seniors.
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WHS Student ID & Yearbook Photos: Monday, September 28

Picture retakes for student ID's and yearbook photos are scheduled through lunches Monday, September 28. Students may have their photos taken before school, between classes or during lunches in the cafeteria. Students wishing to take photos between classes will be responsible for getting to class on time, no tardy passes will be issued.
Students who did not have their photos taken during registration will need to have their photo taken at this time, this also includes seniors since it's for their student id. Senior parents, please note official yearbook photos are to be taken at Lifetouch's studio.
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Annual Trick or Treat Trail

The WHS Student Council will host their annual Trick or Treat Trail, Tuesday, October 27, from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. at the high school. Over 20 clubs and organizations will have games and booths set up that are appropriate for all ages. Candy and face painting are all available at no charge.
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WHS Senior is Named Finalist for Scholarship Program

Nathan Wilson, WHS senior, has been awarded the honor of 2016 National Merit Semifinalist by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
The 2014 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test served as the initial screen of more than 1.5 million entrants to the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program. The selection index scores of students who met program participation requirements were used to designate a pool of about 16,000 semifinalists on a state allocation basis. Semifinalists are the highest scorers in each of the 50 states and represent less than one percent of each state’s high school seniors. Although semifinalist qualifying scores vary from one state to another, the scores of all semifinalists are extremely high.
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2015 WHS AP SCHOLARS

Twenty-one students from WHS qualified for recognition as AP Scholars based on their performance on the 2015 AP Exams.
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Whitehouse High School Students Honored at Conference

Three Whitehouse High School students were invited to attend the Military Order of the World Wars Southwest Leadership Conference this summer.
Blair Bultman, Tommi Jo Harris and Daniel Barrera recently attended the conference held at Oklahoma Christian University. During the conference, Bultman was interviewed and was selected as a top student for the conference.
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