• February is CTE Month

    If you've ever smiled at the thought of solving an equation or completing a math problem that may lead to a design or structural innovation, then the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Cluster may be for you. People working in this cluster are involved with providing scientific research and professional and technical services. If any of these careers sound interesting to you, be sure to sign up for classes such as:

    Drafting 1

    Multimedia and Webpage Design

    Scientific Visualization I

    CTE Internship

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  • FCA Meeting

    There will be an FCA Huddle on Thursday, February 12 at 3:30 in the cafeteria.

     

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  • Ski Club

    Ski Club and ANY ONE wanting to go skiing or snowboarding see Ms. Ward in D2 for an information sheet. 1st Deposit of $45 due this Thursday, the 11th.

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  • CTE and Automotive Classes

    Are you interested in the world of wheels, deals, and deadlines? The world of Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics includes a variety of occupations and are involved in the planning, management, and movement of people, materials, and goods by road, pipeline, air, rail, and water. If any of these careers sound interesting to you, be sure to sign up for classes such as:

    Intro to Automotive Service

    Automotive Service I, II, and III

    CTE Intership

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  • ANNpower Fellow

    Are you a tenth or eleventh grade girl who wants to change the world? Apply to be an ANNpower Fellow. If you are selected, you will realize your full leadership potential through a 3 day leadership training in New York City in June. See Ms. Wu in Counseling.

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  • Volunteers for Alamance House

    Alamance is an Assisted Living and Memory Care Facility and they need volunteers. If you are interested in a career in Health Care, Teaching, Art, Music, Physical Education, Agriculture, or foods, this is a great opportunity for you. Stop by and see Ms. Mitchener for more details.

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  • FFA

    Congratulations to Matt Murray! Yesterday he place third n the FFA State FFA Truck Driving Competition!

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  • Rose Dance-GSA

    Hey everyone! Want a chance to dance and have fun with someone special or just a good time with your friends then come to the GSA sponsored Rose Dance held at Elon Community Church on February 20th. Tickets are $10. Pick up your tickets from GSA members or from Mr. Johnson in the Library. Attend GSA meetings on Thursdays for more details.

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  • Freshman Orientation Guides

    Students interested in being a freshman orientation guide next year are encouraged to check their school email to complete the application. All submissions must be received by March 1. See Ms. Seligman with any questions.

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  • Thinking of You

    Is there someone special whose Valentine's Day you'd like to brighten? Are you a chocoholic? If either is true, come by A-1 and purchase beautiful, delicious, homemade, chocolate heart lollipops. They're only $3.00 each.

    Lollipops will be delivered to the WAHS person of your choice on Thursday, Feb. 11, or you may pick them up in A-1. These delicious sensations are sure to impress.

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  • WA Softball

    WA Softball tryouts  are scheduled to begin on Monday, February 15th. Anyone interested in trying out for softball (along with at least one parent) is required to attend a very informative pre-tryout meeting on Thursday, February 11th at 6:30 P.M. Meeting will be held in the Media center. For many details or if you have any questions, please contact Coach Bell at 336-516-3179 or bellscott9@gmail.com. 

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  • AP Stats 

    All Students taking AP Stats please come by Mrs. Danieley's rom to pick up your assignment(C-5)

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  • Yearbook

    Do you want to always remember your first year at WAHS or maybe your last? If so go to the school's website, click on the yearbook link on the left of the page and buy yours today. Time is running out!

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  • Attention Jr's

    NC A&t State University will be hosting the Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders (IFAL), this June. The IFAL program designed for rising high school seniors sponsored through the North Carolina Farm Bureau. Students are exposed to the academic and research programs in the School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, and are familiarized with careers in the food, agricultural and environmental sciences. In addition, students gain experiences in leadership by participating in leadership training seminars, touring the N.C. General Assembly, meeting governmental officials, and visiting the N.C. Farm Bureau Offices.

    Deadline for applications is April 15th.

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  • Alamance County Cattleman's Association

    Alamance County Cattleman's Association is awarding $1000 scholarships to students in need that are pursuing an education in an agricultural field. If you are an senior and planning on pursuing a career in Agriculture in fields such as Forestry, Horticulture, Animal Science, etc, you may qualify. Stop by Mrs. Mitchener's office for an application today. All applications must be recieved by Monday, March 31st.

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Announcements

  • ABSS Course Guide
    The 2016-17 ABSS Course Guide is now available here.

     

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  • Make-up Day Information 

     
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  • Curriculum Fair

    Western Alamance High School will host its Annual Curriculum Fair on February 11th from 5:30-7:30 pm in the WAHS Auditorium

    Parents of Rising 9th graders are invited to arrive at 5:30 to meet high school teachers and find out more about courses and programs offered at the high school.

    At 6:00 p.m. all parents and students are invited to attend a Registration Session hosted by the WAHS Counselors which will outline graduation requirements, new courses for 2016-2017 and course sequencing information.

    At 6:45, Parents and students can choose from 2 Break-Out sessions:
    1) Rising 9th Grade Parent/Student Orientation: High School Policies and Procedures, College Prep Planning and Other Insider Information to know as your student enters high school.
    2) AP/Honors Parent/Student Interest Session: Learn what AIG looks like at the high school level, Honors/AP options and opportunities, and what makes these courses different from other high school courses.

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  • SAT Postponed
    SAT test administrations scheduled for Saturday, January 23 at Graham and Western High School have been postponed and rescheduled for Saturday, February 20  per the College Board. Students should receive an email from Collegeboard as an additional notification.  If you are unable to test on the 20th, please contact the Collegeboard at 866-756-7346 to inquire about a change of test date.  All students should re-print their admission ticket and bring the new ticket to test on the 20th.  

     

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  • American Red Cross Lifeguard Courses

    Click here for information about taking courses to be a certified American Red Cross Lifeguard.

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  • ABSS Virtual Learning Academy Options Now Available for Homeschool High School Students
    Download information here.

    ABSS Virtual Learning Academy Application

     

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  • Alamance County Health Department Seasonal Flu Vaccine Information
    View flu vaccine info.

     

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  • Senior Challenge Series

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  • School Breakfast/Lunch Information for 2015-16
    English Information | Spanish Information
     
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  • Information about the new 10 point grading scale for all high school students goes into effect next school year (2015-2016)
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