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 Dual Credit Chemistry, Dual Credit Biology, Dual Credit Political Science and AP Human Geography 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 Nano Technology 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.
Whitesboro High School Principal Jeffrey Kuhn announced on Sept. 17 that Dominick Banasik, a senior, has been named a Commended Student in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Two students were honored in this year's Congressional Art Competition in the 22nd Congressional District.
Several works of art created by Whitesboro students were displayed at the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute Annual Sidewalk Art Show from July 2-7.