Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Last fall, all freshman through juniors took the PSAT and all seniors were provided the SAT. Tomorrow, March 1st, all Wabash High School juniors will take the SAT during the school day. By the time a student graduates from Wabash High School, she will be provided 3 opportunities to take the PSAT and 2 opportunities to take the SAT. This program ensures that college entrance exams will not be a barrier to any student. Furthermore, Wabash City Schools' commitment to ensuring every student is college and career ready builds a college going identity in all of our students. We believe in the infinite worth of all of our students, and our commitment to the SAT School Day program is an example of our vision.
If you have questions about SAT School Day or other college and career programs offered by Wabash City Schools, please contact Wabash High School principal Kyle Wieland at 260-563-4131 or email@example.com
Just a reminder that the 2017-2018 Wabash University High School Applications are due tomorrow March, 1st. If you have any questions regarding the application or the process, please contact either Wabash High School principal Kyle Wieland at 563-4131 or Early College Dean Jennifer Hughes at 563-7481, ext 1255 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org Applications can be picked up at the Wabash High School office.
In 2015, Wabash High School was endorsed by the Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning (CELL) at the University of Indianapolis as one of 13 early college high schools in the state of Indiana. In addition to earning a high school diploma, Wabash University High School students can earn either a 30 credit hour General Education Transfer Core Certificate or a 60 credit hour Associate Degree in Computer Networking and Security, Culinary Arts, General Studies, Cosmetology, or Law Enforcement from Vincennes University. The 30 credit hour General Education Transfer Core Certificate is transferable to any state college or University.
Wabash University High School provides a savings to parents of thousands of dollars. Most students will pay no more than $25 a credit hour and students who are on free and reduced lunch program pay nothing. This is a significant savings to families as most universities charge between $133 and $330 a credit hour.
Thursday, January 21, 2016
"She makes my day no matter if she's having a bad day or if I'm having a bad day. She is just all around an amazing person."
"BECAUSE SHE MAKES ME HAPPY AND GIVES ME FOOD. I LOVE HER DEARLY and she is super sweet. She also puts in work. "
"She's absolutely outstanding!! "
Sunday, January 3, 2016
under the Harvey Hinklemeyers' Apache Way Staff Member of the Month link.
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Wabash Early College High School
Wednesday, August 19, 2015
71 more kids and families made a commitment to college by opening a 529 college savings plan. Currently, 70 percent of our students K-5 grade have a 529 plan. Parkview Health provided $25 to every K-3 student who signed up at school registration. In September, students will be seeking community champions to help support their college savings account. Kindergarten through 3rd graders will be visiting Manchester University during September College Go Week to celebrate the value of education. 529s can be used for accredited higher education programs (universities and vocational schools) and related expenses that are eligible for U.S. Dept. of Education student aid programs.
Summer Science trip
Soccer is Coming!Wabash City Schools started school soccer beginning at Wabash Middle School for the spring and at Wabash High School in Fall of 2016. Wabash City Schools currently offers 17 sports and by adding soccer, they will provide every conference sport for the Three River's Conference. Mr. Greg Martz, Wabash City Schools' Athletic Director, presented at the board meeting stating the addition of soccer fits into Wabash's vision of providing as many opportunities as we can for kids.
Monday, June 8, 2015
College for All
Certificate. This certificate provides 30 college credit hours transferrable to any Indiana state higher education institution. As a school-wide approach, Wabash City Schools is making a profound statement: we believe college is for everyone.