About Us

Wissahickon High School serves approximately 1,350 students in grades 9-12.

Our Mission Statement

Wissahickon High School is an empowering academic community where all students are challenged to grow, learn, prosper, and realize their full personal, social, and intellectual potential, and to develop the life skills necessary to become respectful, responsible, and productive citizens of the global community.

In 2016, WHS was named a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence by the U.S. Department of Education and is recognized for being an exemplary, high performing school that prepares all students for college and career. In 2015, WHS was also ranked 15th Best High School in Pennsylvania (2015 U.S. News and World Report) and received the highest School Performance Profile (SPP) score in the state of Pennsylvania at 101.8. Approximately 96% of WHS graduates continue a program of higher education.

School Theme: Pay it Forward

Key Contacts

Lynne Blair, Principal
Joanne DeLuca, Secretary to the Principal
Gina Sonetto, Main Office Receptionist

Thomas Andrzejewski, Associate Principal (Scheduling)
Lisa Stoler, Secretary to the Associate Principal
Nicky Crawford, Secretary to the Associate Principal

Jason Bialka, Assistant Principal
Melanie Vasconez, Secretary to the Assistant Principal

Karen Gebhardt, Assistant Principal
Johanna Duffy, Secretary to the Assistant Principal
Karen Wargo, Attendance Secretary

Randy Cuthbert, Director of Athletics and Activities
Christie Ammendola, Athletics and Activities Secretary

Kathy Weltman, Nurse

Wissahickon High School sign

Trojan mascot logo

School Mascot: Trojans
School Colors: Blue and Gold