Wissahickon Veterans Memorial

Wiss Nation Unveils Veterans Memorial

About 250 people attended the Unveiling Ceremony for the new Wissahickon Veterans Memorial on May 24, 2019. Guest speakers included Dr. James Crisfield, USAF, WSD Superintendent; Johnathan Woodward, USAF, WHS Class of 2008, Police Officer, Hatfield Township Police Department and Scott Williamson, USA, Lower Gwynedd Elementary Art Teacher.

Commencement Photo

WHS Class of 2019 is College & Career Ready!

The post-secondary plans of the Class of 2019 demonstrate the district’s mission to prepare its graduates to be “college and career ready.” Of the 312 graduates, 76% plan to attend a four-year college, 16% plan to attend a two-year/technical/trade school, 8% will pursue a gap year, work or other opportunities and three students will enter the military.

Wissahickon Tips4Kids

If you have children between the ages of zero to five, sign up for our Tips4Kids program. Tips are tailored to specific age groups - babies (0-1), toddlers (2-3), and preschoolers (4-5). Each week during the school year, you receive a literacy tip to help your child(ren) learn to love reading! Children learn the alphabet and letter sounds; expand their vocabulary; and develop critical thinking skills. Children who enjoy reading and have a solid foundation of literacy skills come to Kindergarten ready to learn and grow!

Our Schools

Wissahickon's six schools feature a comprehensive and rigorous curriculum, state-of-the-art technology, and well-maintained grounds. The District serves approximately 4,655 students in the three contiguous communities of Lower Gwynedd Township, the Borough of Ambler, and Whitpain Township -- an area of twenty-five square miles.