Together, we are empowering students to become life-long learners by building rapport and providing relevant, rigorous instruction.
Our Vision & Beliefs
Our vision is to become a school that:
- Provides the foundation and desire for lifelong learning
- Fosters civic responsibility
- Promotes global understanding and compassion
Walhalla High School believes in:
- Providing a safe, healthy, and respectful environment
- Challenging students through relevant and rigorous instruction and curriculum
- Engaging students in higher order thinking skills
- Modeling life-long learning
- Encouraging active civic engagement
- Building cooperative efforts among stakeholders
- Expanding an awareness of global connections
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Ordering School Pictures
School pictures are now available to order online from David Sparks at the following link: https://v2.myproimages.com/david-sparks-photography-2117
You will need to enter your child's student ID number as the pass code to access your photos. An email and phone message with your child's student number were sent to the phone number and email on file for your student. If you did not receive a phone message or email, you can contact the school directly for your child's student ID number.
We’re going to Costa Rica in Spring 2025, and you’re invited!
We’re excited to tell you more about the trip we’re planning with EF Tours, our educational travel partner. Please be sure to register for this info session to be considered for this opportunity: https://bit.ly/3RgQFFg. In the info session, we will talk all about the details and cost of the trip.
When students travel, they expand their knowledge of the world around them, discover more about themselves, and grow more confident. These skills are critical for creating the global citizens of tomorrow, and we would love to have your student join us on this adventure. Your student does not need to be affiliated with any club or class to go on this trip!
There are limited spots on this trip, so we would love to have you attend this meeting to learn more about this exciting opportunity! Contact Halie Craig with your questions (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The "One Chip Challenge" involves eating a pepper chip, which is sold in individual packaging (some of the packaging is in the form of a coffin). The person is to eat the whole chip and see how long he or she will "last" before seeking relief. The School District of Oconee County opposes allowing any student to participate in this challenge, and will diligently give direction and guidance of the harmful consequences of consuming the chip. If a student consumes a chip, during school hours, administration will be called immediately. A call to the parent will be made and the student will be dismissed from school and placed in the responsibility of the parent. The SDOC suggests the parent seek medical attention, for their child, by either their primary care provider or to take the child directly to the ER.
For a student to receive food accommodations, a written order from their primary provider must be provided to the cafeteria manager. School Nurses are not responsible to get those signed, although you may provide the managers with the Food Allergy Documentation Form.
This year's Miss Walhira Pageant is scheduled for Saturday, September 16, at 5:30 p.m. Interested students may pick up forms from Mrs. Lee on the English hall or download a PDF below. All contestant forms and the entry fee (via My School Bucks) must be submitted by the end of school on Friday, August 25.