9th graders can pick up their schedules at Pup Camp
10th-12th graders can pick up schedules on August 15th on the campus.
1st day of school begins at 7:45 AM on THURSDAY, August 16th.
DO NOT FORGET: Parents need to complete InfoSnap Registration. InfoSnap Enrollment is required for ALL students and will need to be completed in order for students to receive their Google Chromebook. The $20 usage fee can be paid via myschoolbucks when completing Infosnap.
To schedule a tour of the building for high school reunions,
please contact (940) 235-1060.
School tours are scheduled through the district.
* NOTICEParents who need to pick their child up during the school day, please do so before 11 am or after 12:35 pm. It is difficult to locate students during the lunch period.
As part of an overall security plan utilizing Raptor, campus visitors will need to show a state driver’s license or other state identification prior to accessing the building. The id is scanned and the system runs an online background check that instantly screens individuals. When a visitor is cleared, a badge with the visitor’s name, photo, date, time, and a destination is printed. RAPTOR Parent Letter
504 Information - More information click here
Jackie Wheat, 504 Administrator- email@example.com
Leslie Bailey- 504 coordinator- firstname.lastname@example.org (for last names – F-L)
Jennifer Bronaugh- 504 coordinator- email@example.com (for last names – M-R)
Susan Palmore- 504 coordinator- firstname.lastname@example.org (for last names – S-Z)
Rachel Sewell- 504 coordinator- email@example.com (for last names – A-E)
Wichita Falls High School Mission Statement
The mission of Wichita Falls High School is demanding student success by creating a community of empowered learners in an atmosphere of mutual respect and trust. We will build on the inherent talents of each individual learner through a rigorous curriculum, growth in teacher professional development, and high standards in all aspects of the school culture. , Every student will be inspired and challenged to learn, grow, and accomplish academic, social, and vocational goals. Students, staff, parents, and community will work
together continuing tobuild on a rich history of excellence while guiding students to become contributing members of a competitive, diverse and evolving society.