This school year we will continue to focus on preparing our students to be Career and College Ready. It is our goal that 100% of our students will exceed all state requirements required for graduation. We strongly encourage our students to take advantage of the many opportunities offered at our school. Whitesboro High School students are given the opportunity to explore a variety of electives like our expanded college courses including: Advanced Placement, Dual Credit, and Syracuse University Project Advance coursework. We are particularly excited about adding Food and Nutrition, SAT Prep, Regional and International Foods, Food Entrepreneurship, Pre-Algebra, Mandarin Chinese 2B and Dual Credit Introduction to Computer Science for this school year. Whitesboro High School continues to be one of only four high schools in the United States to incorporate a Scanning Electronic Microscope into our instruction in our Nanotechnology and Science courses.
We continue to have high expectations for all of our students and staff. Our students are provided with a variety of co-curricular opportunities with the goal of producing "well-rounded" students. The Whitesboro High School staff believes in working collaboratively with our students, parents, and community to provide a quality education.
Thank you for your continued support.
Click to read more about the students who received an award/scholarship at the annual High School Awards and Scholarships Ceremony on June 7.
Two Whitesboro High School students were among the 10 students and two adults who were honored for their positive impact on the community at the Fourth Annual Oneida County Youth and Adult Awards Ceremony on June 7.
On Friday, June 2, Mr. Eramo’s Regents Physics students traveled to Six Flags Great Escape to participate in Physics Day.
Click here to learn more about the Rotary International 2023 Outstanding Educators Award and the recipient!
Click here to learn more and view a photo gallery!
Click to learn more and view a photo gallery!
On May 19, the Spring Renaissance Rally was held at Wadas Field for students who had at least an 80 average in each of their classes for the third marking period.