Vision Statement

Preparing today’s students to be the thinkers, leaders, and creators of tomorrow.

Mission Statement

Uniting as one community, we elevate opportunities
for all.

Ram Country

WGHS Library in the News

San Jose Mercury News ran a story about our Library remodel. See the article here:

It’s A Wonderful Life

Students who are interested in participating in the cast or crew of the Winter Play “It’s a Wonderful Life” should attend an informational meeting on September 25th at 3 pm in the Garden Room (next to the cafeteria). This meeting is REQUIRED for ALL students who would like to participate that are not CURRENTLY in Ms. Disario’s 7th period class. Additionally, there will be a meeting for PARENTS of all interested students that evening at 7 pm. This meeting is for any parent who did not attend the “Rent” parent meeting. If you have any questions, talk to Ms. Disario or email her at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

August Athletes of the Month

August Athletes of the Month
Congratulations to Junior Morgan Riley and Senior Connell Ryans for being awarded August’s Athlete of the Month Award.  Riley scored four goals and added two assists this month, leading the Rams Field Hockey team to a hot August start.  The Rams had victories over Christopher, Leland and Westmont, along with a tie versus Lynbrook.  Ryans was dominant in the first football game of the season at Carmel.  He hauled in four grabs, three for touchdowns.  Ryans was also alll over the fielld defensively, adding in 8 tackles on the evening.  Both student-athletes will be presented with their award and a $25 gift certificate to Jack Holder’s on Meridian Ave.

Run Rams Run

Cross Country 2017
The Rams were all over the leaderboard at the Early Bird Inviational in Salinas; with over 60 schools participated.  Our Boys’ Senior Division, 1st Place, narrowly beating out top-ranked Bellarmine, led by Zach Walker, 2nd place overall.
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Boys Sophmore Division, 1st place, led by Marco Dal Canto, 3rd place
Girls Sophomore Division, 4th place, led by Maddie Yen, 8th place
Other Individual Top-10 medalists
Emma Clark, 10th place, Senior Girls
Maddie Yen, 8th place, freshman girls.​

Principal’s Coffee

Bring a cup of coffee, or an empty cup to fill for free in our main office, and spend some time with the principal and other parents. It’s a casual way to keep up with all that goes on here at WGHS. We meet in the library at 8am. Mark your calendars for upcoming coffee’s: 9/21, 10/26, 11/16, 1/25, 2/15, 3/22, 4/26