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


Spring Sport Physicals Set for January 30!!

Student-Athletes….this is your last chance to get your physicals cleared for the Spring season. Willow Glen will be hosting the final session of sport physicals on January 30th from 6-8pm in L102. Do you want to skip the anticipated long lines? Sign up and prepay in room W201 by January 26th. The cost for the physicals will be $20. Checks can be made out to Willow Glen High School. Cash is always accepted as well.

Sport registration on should be completed and sport chosen before arriving.

Any questions email the Athletic Director at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Athlete of the Month

December AOTM
Congratulations to our December Athletes of the Month!!!

Sarah Krall (Wrestling) took 1st place in both the Lynbrook Ladies Invitational and the Cupertino Dusty Classic during the month of December.  Coach Adam Price Benitez added, “She is very inspirational to the team by her work ethic and attitude of lets not talk about let’s get it done.  She assists the newer wrestlers on the mat with there basics and our Ram offense system.  Her fellow wrestlers love to see her wrestle because of her example of never giving up to the last whistle.  She somehow pulls out what she need by giving a committed effort and, just a little bit more.”

Noah Blom (Boys Soccer) led the way for the Rams in December, scoring 9 goals while helping guide the team to an early 5-1 record.  Coach John Llamas praised, “Noah’s leadership kept the team together during the preseason and during the winter break.  Noah has never missed a single day of practice and his work ethic is just amazing.  Noah leads by example and well respected by his peers.”

Sierra Soltis (Girls Soccer) perhaps capped the month off with the goal of the year.  The defensive specialist showed off some amazing athleticism with a bicycle kick goal from 18 yards out.  This one is sure to be talked about all season long!  Coach Fabian Garza noted, “She has anchored our defense and provided immense leadership for our team.”

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: 1/25, 2/15, 3/22, 4/26