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Welcome Walhalla High School

OUR MISSION

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

School News

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The newsletter linked below has important information for  next school year  concerning student attendance, meals, dress code, and concerns about vaping in our schools. It also includes a link to registration dates for next year and information on summer meals. We encourage all of our families to read through the information provided. 

THE SDOC NEWS May 2022          

 THE SDOC NEWS May 2022 (Spanish)

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SDOC Class of 2022 Graduation Information
Saturday, May 28, 2022   

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 Seneca High - Tom Bass Field at 9:00am   Gates open at 8:00am

Walhalla High - Razorback Field at 8:300am  Gates open at 7:30am

West-Oak High - Warrior Field at 8:30am   Gates open at 7:30am

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At its regularly scheduled board meeting held on May 16, 2022, the School District of Oconee County Board of Trustees approved the hiring of several new administrative positions. 

Palmetto Boys State

Walhalla High School is proud to announce 2022 delegates to Palmetto Boys State. Current junior males were nominated by WHS faculty and staff for their leadership, interest in government, character, maturity, honesty, scholarship, and cooperativeness. Nominees were interviewed by members of the American Legion for selection to attend the annual Palmetto Boys State program. This week-long experience is a unique way for young men to learn about the American system of government and politics by participating in a mock governmental system. Additionally, they will hear from many of South Carolina's top leaders and have opportunities during the week to participate in media production, law education, performing arts, criminal justice academy, and other specialty areas of study. Congratulations to the following young men on being selected for this special honor! 

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At a special called board meeting held Thursday, April 28th, 2022, the School District of Oconee County Board of Trustees approved several administrative hires for the 2022-2023 school year. 

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Walhalla High School is proud to announce 2022 delegates to Palmetto Girls State. Current junior girls were nominated by WHS faculty and staff for their leadership, interest in government, character, maturity, honesty, scholarship, and cooperativeness. Nominees were interviewed by members of the American Legion Auxiliary for selection to attend the annual Palmetto Girls State, which is a one-week, hands-on government and citizenship session held at Presbyterian College in June. Congratulations to the following young ladies on being selected for this special honor! 

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