Skip To Main Content
Calendar Icon

School News

All seniors will get a free Graduation yard sign from the Wakulla County School District. The signs will be passed out at WHS on April 24th outside guidance. 

If you would like to order extra signs or other items and help support the Senior Class you can order through the link below.

All signs are printed at Signs by Bri, 1554 Crawfordville Hwy Crawfordville FL 32327.

Dual enrollment students are only allowed to register for the June Express Session.

Dates are: June 26-August 8

Classes Released on TCC website: March 18

Registration Opens: April 1

Registration Deadline: June 7

Classes begin: June 26

Last day of Summer classes: August 8

Meet with Mrs. Mapes to register.

The Florida Assessment of Student Thinking (FAST) is a progress monitoring system that is administered three times per year to track your student’s progress in learning the Benchmarks of Excellent Student Thinking (B.E.S.T.) Standards throughout this school year.

Please refer to the FAST PM Parent Letter for more information regarding the first administration (PM2) of the Florida Assessment of Student Thinking (FAST) ELA Reading and Mathematics assessments.

Check out the BRAND NEW edition of the Wakulla High Times, an informative school newsletter from our Journalism staff! 

The newsletter can be found under the STUDENTS tab or by clicking on Wakulla High Times.

School Advisory Council Meeting Dates

Thursday, September 21, 2023  WHS Media Center  2:20PM
Thursday, October 5, 2023 WHS Media Center  2:20PM
Thursday, February 8, 2024 WHS Media Center 2:20PM
Thursday, May 9, 2024 WHS Media Center 2:20PM

Our Guidance Counselors developed an extensive PowerPoint meant to guide Senior Parents as they navigate post-secondary education. If your student is a Senior, please take a moment and review this useful information.

The PowerPoint can be found on the SENIORS page or on the GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT page.

As the school year approaches, please be aware of the possibility of school lunch menus changing due to the worldwide issue of supply and demand.

Wakulla County Schools and Sodexo are committed to providing a healthy quality meal for all students.