WASHS Course Selection Information for the 2022-23 School Year

Dear Families, 

WASHS Administration and Staff are committed to educate, empower, and support your learner on their path towards their First Choice career path upon graduation from WASHS.

Our goal is to provide a personalized educational experience for all learners in order to meet their academic interests, their social and emotional needs, and their post-high school goals. We understand that making course selection decisions and identifying post-graduation goals can be a challenge. Therefore, we encourage you to review this Course Selection Guide with your child. Our Administrative team, faculty and staff are here to assist you in this endeavor.

Course selections should be made with an intentional focus on post-high school goals such as college, military service, and/or entry-level employment opportunities. A personalized academic and career education plan will provide the essential direction and preparation you need to navigate through high school and your life after high school. We encourage learners to select courses that are appropriately challenging, relevant to learners’ interests, and aligned to the career cluster in which your learner’s First Choice plans lie. While a learner’s plan can be modified at any time, it is recommended that initial planning encompass the four years of high school and beyond.

On behalf of the administration, faculty, and staff, I welcome the Class of 2026 to the high school and wish each learner success during the 2022-23 school year. 


Diane A. McCallum, Ed.D.

WASHS Principal

Please follow the links below for relevant information and documents needed for course selection.

WASHS Unique Course Application
(Braves Block Mentorship, Broadcast Journalism, Early Graduation, Early to College, Internship, PIAA Waiver, Senior Privilege, Study Hall, Work Experience, Yearbook)

Wellspan's Healthcare Career Institute (Class of 2023 & 2024 only)
APPLICATION DEADLINE - Tuesday, March 1, 2022