About Us

About Woodbury High School School

Woodbury High School is a four-year public high school that is part of the South Washington County School District, ISD #833, one of the top rated school districts in Minnesota. 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 is ranked among the top 25 high schools in Minnesota according to US News and World Report. WHS has a strong music program including band, choir, and orchestra. With 29 sports teams recognized by the Minnesota State High School League, several fine arts extra-curricular activities including the One-Act Play, fall musical, spring play, a competitive speech team, and 54 clubs or organizations, students experience our vision, “Woodbury High School students accept the challenges of the future through excellence in academics, arts and athletics.”

Unique to suburban high schools, Woodbury High School is placed among 4 Woodbury neighborhoods, allowing many of our students to walk to school. This is a great way for students and families to connect with our school outside of regular school hours. We also have a diverse population of 34% minority students, which lends to a well rounded experience for all students. Our goal is for all students to find a home, sense of belonging, and know they are valued at WHS. Students who become a Woodbury Royal, become an important part of our Woodbury and school community.

About District 833 

South Washington County Schools is a suburban district located southeast of St. Paul, Minnesota. The district includes all or parts of the communities of Cottage Grove, Newport, St. Paul Park, Woodbury, as well as, Afton, Denmark and Grey Cloud Island Townships. District 833 is committed to the mission of "igniting a passion for lifelong learning" through collaboration, continuous improvement, equity, integrity and relationships.

We have 16 elementary schools for students in grades K-5, four middle schools serving grades 6-8, three comprehensive high schools and one alternative high school. There are also a variety of early learning and adult education and enrichment programs offered through Community Education.