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Winston County High School Blood Drive
Monday, December 7, 2015
8:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m. in the gym
For an appointment, please visit www.redcrossblood.org and enter key word: WinstonHS or call 800-RED-CROSS.
All 16-year-old donors must bring an American Red Cross permission slip signed by a parent or guardian to the blood drive.
WCHS-The 2015 Winsaga Yearbook is in and may be picked up in the WCHS library. There are a few extras of the 2015 yearbook, cost is $65. Also, the 2016 Winsaga is currently on sale until Thanksgiving break, cost is $45. Spring yearbook sale will begin after Christmas break and cost will be $50.
If you have not already filled out a Free/Reduced Lunch Form, please do it now. Basic school funding depends on the free & reduced forms that the parents are asked to fill out. Whether the student does or does not eat in the cafeteria, it is very important to the Winston County School System that the forms are completed. Forms may be picked up in the school office. More information about the school lunch program can be found in the child nutrition section.
Winston County High School has been selected as a recipient for the Alabama Access for Higher Education Grant (AAHE) for the 2013-14 academic year. AAHE was established in 2011, in collaboration between the Appalachian Regional Commission and Bevill State Community College. The goal of this grant is to increase postsecondary education attainment in Appalachian Alabama. We would like to thank the Commission and Mrs. Rhonica Raines of Bevill State Community College for working with us this year. The opportunities afforded our student body have provided great incentives for them to pursue a postsecondary career. See photos...
30 PLUS CLUB
WCHS is establishing a plaque to be placed in the front lobby of the school to recognize students who have earned a 30 or higher ACT Composite Score. If you, or anyone you know, has earned a 30 or above, and would like to be recognized, please contact Winston County High School. View current list...
Winston County High School
County High School is dedicated to providing a safe environment
where all students are provided rigorous and relevant academics,
supplied with the skills and knowledge to be life-long learners who
are college and career ready, and encouraged to develop an
appreciation for learning, to communicate in an evolving world, and
to realize their responsibilities as productive citizens to each
other and our community.
Mr. Jeff Cole, Principal
Mr. Kelly Rushing, Assistant Principal
Winston County Schools Mission Statement
The Winston County School System will prepare students for the 21st
Century by engaging all learners in meaningful learning experiences
that meet the highest educational and ethical standards in a caring,
collaborative learning community supported through partnerships with
parents and families, businesses, civic organizations, and higher