• The Mandatory 2014 Fall Sports Parent/Student-Athlete Athletic Handbook Review meeting has been Rescheduled to Wednesday, July 30th at 6:00 pm at West Carroll High School.  This meeting is for High School and Middle school Parents and Student-Athletes that wish to participate in Fall Athletics.

    The first part of the night will be a Review of the WCSD Athletic Handbook with Mr. Hansen, then you will break off into each individual sports with your coaches.  

    This is also the time when you can fill out all Athletic forms needed for the school year.   

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  • The Sports Physicals at the Mt. Carroll FHN will be on Wednesday, July 30 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm, the cost will be $20.00.  Get your physical out of the way early so you can participate in Fall sports.

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    PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING ANNOUNCEMENT FROM THE CARROLL COUNTY STATE'S ATTORNEY REGARDING SEXTING.
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Congratulations to the
 
West Carroll High School
 
Students of the Month
 
April 2014 !
 
April SOM
Front Row (L to R): Allison Law (9th Grade); Contessa Ehlers (10th Grade); 
Back Row (L to R): Paige Wilkins (11th Grade) Thomas Watson (12th Grade)

 
 
 

 
 

 
FFA News
 
 
West Carroll FFA Hosts Annual Barnyard Zoo at the Elementary School
 
Barnyard Zoo
 
 On Friday, May 2, 2014 the West Carroll FFA Chapter held their annual Barnyard Zoo at the West Carroll Primary School. The day was a great success, and all of the students that attended had a great time. The kids were able to see and pet a variety of farm animals. They also had the opportunity to learn from the FFA members about all the animals.  The FFA would like to thank the West Carroll Primary staff for letting the FFA put on the Barnyard Zoo and giving us the opportunity to educate the kids about the animals.
 
Barnyard Zoo 2  
 

Bob and Joe
 
L to R: Mr. Joe Hansen (WCHS Assistant Principal/Athletic Director), Mr. Robert Lamb (WCHS Principal)
Photo courtesy of The Carroll County Review
 

West Carroll High School

 

West Carroll High School has a student population of approximately 400 students from the communities of Savanna, Mt. Carroll and Thomson, Illinois. Students have the opportunity to take a wide variety of classes to facilitate their learning styles and academic goals for the future. AP and Dual Credit classes are part of the diverse curriculum at West Carroll. Currently students have the opportunity to graduate from West Carroll and pick up a maximum of thirty five college credits. In addition the high school offers the opportunity to send students to the AVC center in Elizabeth to sharpen a particular vocational interest. In 2013-14 approximately 50 students took advantage of that opportunity. Pupils have the options of choosing from well over 100 classes in their four years of schooling. Typically 75- 80% of graduates continue their post secondary education either at a junior college or four year university.

 

In addition to curricular offerings the high school is able to offer students a vast number of extra curricular events. The Thunder quickly developed a reputation for athletic success on the playing field and we hope that continues. Curricular clubs have also had much success with outstanding participation. A State Sweepstake Music trophy has been secured every year of existence for the high school including consecutive state championships the past three years. The West Carroll FFA program is highly esteemed throughout the state and is recognized yearly for its excellence!

 

We highly encourage all of our students to become involved in the many fun aspects of our West Carroll atmosphere to create lifetime memories.

 

 

 
 
 
 

Announcements

  • K-12 REGISTRATION @ WCHS CAFETERIA:
     
    Wednesday, July 23 - 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
     
    Thursday, July 24 - Noon - 6:00 PM
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  • Parents, if you feel that your WCHS student could benefit from tutoring, please contact High School Principal Adam Brumbaugh @ 815-273-7715, or by email @ abrumbaugh@wc314.org
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