WHSpotlight 2011-2012 Honorees
Student achievements are related to academics, clubs, and sports, extra-curricular activities, pursuing a hobby outside of school, or making a difference in our community. Information was gathered from fellow students, family members, faculty, guidance counselors, and administrators and from the students themselves.
- 2012 Wissahickon Winners slideshow (no music) Click HERE
- 2012 WHSpotlight, link #1 to YouTube Click HERE
- 2012 WHSpotlight, link #2 to YouTube Click HERE
- 2012 WHSpotlight, link #3 to YouTube Click HERE
- Click HERE for a list of the 2010-2011 Wissahickon Winners.
WHS Student Achievement Recognition Reception
Dear WHS parents and guardians,
As many of you know, our reception for the WHSpotlight student-recogntion program, originally scheduled for May 29th, was rescheduled to the week of 5/21 during lunch periods. The students, faculty and staff celebrated the diverse achievements of the entire student body on Blue-and-Gold Day during all lunch periods. The students enjoyed a slide show featuring their varied accomplishments, savored hot pretzels compliments of the parents, and won Wawa gift certificates in a fun raffle. For a full listing of this year’s WHSpotlight honorees, please click on the links directly above this section. A slide show and list of honorees’ names have been posted in 4 YouTube links. The full list of honorees and some examples of their contributions to the community will also be included in the summer issue of the high school PTC newsletter, to be sent directly to homes and posted on the Web sometime after graduation. WHSpotlight submissions are accepted year-round, so please send in your student’s accomplishments at whsptc.org today!
WHS Student Achievement Recognition
ATTENTION Students, Parents, Teachers, and Friends! We are gathering stories of WHS students to feature them as Wissahickon Winners in 2012! Everyone is encouraged to submit a paragraph about what the athletes, musicians, dancers, robotics engineers, STARS tutors, chemists, artists, photographers, actors, community service volunteers, and history buffs are doing this school year. Every student has a story to tell. Please tell us yours! We would love to feature and celebrate every student in the school. Please submit a short description about yourself and your activities (both inside and outside of school), or nominate your friends because of their "wins" this school year.
Please help identify student achievements by submitting an online form (PREFERRED) or by completing a Word document and e-mailing it to email@example.com.
- Click here to submit entry online (PREFERRED)
- Click here to download the Word document for e-mailing
We welcome information from the students themselves, from fellow students, family members, faculty, guidance counselors, and administrators.
Student achievements can be related to academics, clubs, and sports, extra-curricular activities, pursuing a hobby outside of school, or making a difference in our community. They do not have to be about “taking first place in a competition." We believe your participation alone in a special event is worthy of recognition. These stories will be featured on bulletin boards, publications, announcements, and at student-family-faculty-administrator receptions.
Let's build community by getting to know each other and celebrating each student's achievements this year. More than one contribution is welcome from/about each student throughout the year.
** The deadline to submit information for Seniors graduating in 2012 has passed. **
Attention Seniors and Parents - Don't miss this chance for your senior to be acknowledged at graduation! Please click here to complete and submit the online form. Tell us what your senior is most proud of accomplishing during his/her high school year, inside or outside of the school halls! Achievements will be published and distributed at graduation. Contact Melissa Selverian at firstname.lastname@example.org or Julie Custer at email@example.com for more information.