This November, the Warrenton School Board is putting forward a construction bond as part of long-term vision for our local schools.  Our schools need improvements in safety and security – including staged construction of schools outside the tsunami inundation zone. With future growth projections over of the next decade, addressing overcrowding is a priority. The Warrenton School District is doing everything we can to give our students a competitive edge with career and vocational programs. To learn more visit


At Warrenton High School,  we value academics.  Check out the information below to learn more about course offerings and what students gain from an education at WHS.
Get Involved
Ways to get involved at WHS:
  • Freshman Orientation is held before the first day of school each year
  • WHS College Info Night is held in October to provide information to students and parent regarding the college application process, including financial aid application assistance
  • Parent-Teacher Conferences are formally scheduled twice a year although conferences are encouraged at any time throughout the year
  • Parent volunteers supervise & chaperone student activities, act as classroom tutors, and assist with concessions and tickets at athletic events
  • The Site Council includes parent representatives.





Special Course Offerings:

  • Spanish
  • Calculus
  • Educational Talent Search
  • Upward Bound
  • Work Experience Program
  • Fisheries Management
  • Individualized Services for Special Education Students
  • Health Occupations Program in conjunction with Columbia Memorial Hospital
Counseling Dept
WHS Counseling Home Page
Student Assessments 

2017-18 Annual Notice for Statewide Tests  English Spanish

For more information of statewide student assessments click here.

WHS Curriculum Guide