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Woodbury High School serves students in grades 9-12 and is part of SoWashCo Schools. We offer a comprehensive curriculum of 150+ courses, placing emphasis on college preparation, including Advanced Placement, Project Lead the Way, and College in the Schools. Woodbury High School also hosts the high school pathway of the district K-12 Spanish Immersion Program where students can work to earn a bilingual diploma seal.
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It is important that students read books and texts that they can both decode (read the words) and comprehend (understand the meaning). This is referred to as a “just right” book or text.
Students in grades 3-8, 10 and 11 will soon begin taking the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments (MCA).
The district ACT (American College Testing) date for students in grade 11 will be on Tuesday, April 23, 2024
South Washington County Schools (SoWashCo Schools) will continue the opt-in transportation system to help ensure the most efficient routing for general education students eligible to ride a school bus.
On Thursday, Feb. 15 SoWashCo Schools held their Black History Month Celebration (For the Culture)
The Triple “A” Award is a Minnesota State High School League Award that recognizes seniors excelling in academics, arts and athletics. Teachers, coaches, directors and advisors nominate students.
We would like to thank all our transportation staff and want to highlight 4 staff members for their outstanding dedication.
Ona Wilcox, a fifth-grade teacher at Pine Hill Elementary, created “Belonging,” an after-school book club for elementary-age girls of African and African American descent.
This month we recognize our School Board members for their dedication to SoWashCo Schools.
The word “literacy” has gotten a lot of attention lately – and that’s a good thing! When you hear the word “literacy” what do you think of? Some people may think of reading, or reading and writing, but literacy is so much more than that.
During “I Love to Read Month” in February, SoWashCo Schools is hosting a literacy contest that is open to all students. To participate in the contest students are asked to submit a book recommendation video.
Nataliya Dorweiler, an English language (EL) teacher at Lake Middle School, was named Woodbury Chamber of Commerce’s 2023 Educator of the Year.
South Washington County Schools (SoWashCo Schools) will permanently close the swimming pools at Woodbury Middle School (WMS) and Woodbury High School (WHS) after the 2024-25 boys swimming season is complete.
SoWashCo Online is exploring the possibility of offering a small number of accelerated learning opportunities for students this summer.