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Our goal is to provide a meaningful and valuable educational experience for your son or daughter. Making the curriculum challenging and rigorous, coupled with high expectations for our students, is the objective on providing the best educational experience possible for Wheatland Union High School students.
We offer a variety of Advanced Placement (AP) and Honors courses. We also offer a variety of elective classes with certification programs in welding, culinary arts and floral design. The district is currently in the process of developing career paths for agriculture and STEM. Our technology coordinator is continuously updating our technological capabilities for students and staff, as well as providing ongoing support services.
The staff at Wheatland Union High School solicits the support of parents and community members to contribute to the greatest gifts we are able to give our students: a solid academic foundation, life skills for productive citizenship, and an appreciation for lifelong learning. Wheatland Union High School's tradition of excellence depends upon parents, students, and staff working together in a unified, focused effort.
Vic Ramos Superintendent/Principal
You may register your child for the current school year at any
time. Register at the school's Main Office as soon as
residence within the district can be proved. Please visit our Registration page for forms and registration requirements.
When should I keep my sick student home from school?
Do not send children to school if they are sick. Any children who are determined to be sick while at school will be sent home. Keep sick children at home for at least 24 hours after they no
longer have fever or have stopped taking medication for fever or flu
What are the Common Core State Standards?
Since 2010, a number of states have adopted the same
standards for English and math, called the Common
Core State Standards (CCSS). Having the same standards helps all
students get a good education, even if they change schools or move to a
different state. Read more at the California Department of Education website.
What is on the lunch menu?
The District Food Services department provides
complete, nutritious and pleasing breakfast and lunch meals to all students who want to participate. Every meal will
meet the USDA requirements for nutrition. Click here for menus.
When do I get a report card?
WUHS operates on a two-semester system. Each student receives four
report cards per semester. All mid-semester report cards are mailed the
week following the end of a nine-week period.