Western Hills High School: 100 Doctors Drive, Frankfort, KY 40601
Phone: 502-875-8400 | Fax: 502-227-4568
2018-2019 WHHS Majorettes Squad
2018-2019 WHHS Majorettes Squad
Angela Whitis Has Been Selected as One of UK's Sweetheart Majorettes for the 2018 Wildcat Marching Band
Angela Whitis Has Been Selected as One of UK's Sweetheart Majorettes for the 2018 Wildcat Marching Band
Palmer Collett Advances from Region 8 to the State Tennis Tournament in Singles
Palmer Collett Advances from Region 8 to the State Tennis Tournament in Singles
Nancy Collett Wins Sportsmanship Award for Region 8 Tennis
Nancy Collett Wins Sportsmanship Award for Region 8 Tennis
Bass Fishing Team Places 4th in Montgomery County Tournament
Bass Fishing Team Places 4th in Montgomery County Tournament
Anita Tope Is Named FCS High School Teacher of the Year
Anita Tope Is Named FCS High School Teacher of the Year
Students Attend Beta Convention
Students Attend Beta Convention
WHHS Academic Team WIns at District Governor's Cup
WHHS Academic Team WIns at District Governor's Cup
WHHS Students Explaining Their Bill at KYA
WHHS Students Explaining Their Bill at KYA
KYA Delegation
KYA Delegation
Hanna Curl's 1st Place Artwork in FCHTTF Art Contest
Hanna Curl's 1st Place Artwork in FCHTTF Art Contest

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Western Hills Learning Center Has Openings

Western Hills Learning Center has openings available in their 2-3 year old room. If looking for quality child care please contact Marie@ 502-875-8400 or Marie.Varney@franklin.kyschools.us
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FCS Offers Free Meals Through Summer Meals Program

The Franklin County Public Schools is once again providing free meals for children under 18 years of age as part of the Summer Food Service Program for children. Meals will be provided at no cost to all children under 18 years of age between Monday, June 4, 2018 and Friday, August 3, 2018. More +
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Jazz Bands Receive Distinguished Ratings at State

Congratulations to Beginning Jazz Band and Advanced Jazz Band for receiving distinguished ratings at the state jazz assessment on Friday, May 11th. Both bands are under the direction of Stephanie Wallace. 
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Spanish Teacher, Rachel Medina, Is Featured in Kentucky Teacher Publication

 The May 8th issue of Kentucky Teacher  (a publication of the Kentucky Department of Education) features an article written by WHHS and BMS Spanish teacher, Rachel Medina. In this article she shares how her Writing for Publication assignment asked her students to write children's stories in Spanish so that these stories could be published and then donated to the Norton's Children's Clinic in Louisville for children and their families to read. Way to go, Mrs. Medina!!! Here is the link to the entire story. Kentucky Teacher article
 
 

Shana Weber, WHHS FFA Chapter President

WHHS FFA President, Shana Weber, Wins National Scholarship Money

Congratulations to Shana Weber who is the President of the WHHS FFA Chapter. Shana is one of forty Kentucky FFA members who has received a total of $65,000 in scholarships from various sponsors across the country. Nationwide, over $2.5 million was distributed in scholarships to FFA members, and Shana was one member in that very select group. In fact, she is only one of seven WHHS FFA Chapter members to receive one of these coveted scholarships in the last 18 years. Way to go, Shana!!!
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2018-2019 HOSA Officers Announced

Congratulations to the following HOSA members who were recently elected.

President - Malia Scott
Vice-President - Mallory Wooldridge
Secretary - Katlynn Fay
Treasurer - Emma Stone
Historian - Jill Jacobs
Public Relations - Lenin Neace
Community Service - Addy McCoun
Competitive Events - Diksha Satish 
Reporters - Madie Graves & Kavya Vasudevan


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WHHS Students Selected as Governor's Scholars

Congratulations to Veronica Aldridge and Carter Stinnett who were selected as Governor's Scholars. They will spend six weeks of their summer at one of these schools: Morehead State University, Murray State University or Northern Kentucky University. While there they will take classes, meet in small groups, serve in the community, attend cultural events, and so much more. We are proud of their accomplishments and wish them the best.     
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WHHS Students Place at STLP State Championship

On Thursday, March 29th students from 460 schools representing 115 school districts in Kentucky competed at the Student Technology Leadership Project (STLP) State Championship. The Western Hills High School Sphero Hero team placed 2nd in the high school division. This is the first year for Sphero Hero competition at the high school level. Congratulations to team members Savannah Albers, Emily Brown, Cheney Hardin, and Emma Staude. 

In the Robot Challenge Extreme (RCX) competition, the 4CHAD team placed 6th in the high school division out of 25 teams. Congratulations to team members Emily Brown, Amber Lyons, Quinn Oney and Kaleb Stratton. This team also placed 1st in the high school division at the Regional RCX tournament. That makes two years in a row that WHHS RCX has been the Regional Champions.

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All WHHS FFA Students Earn 1st or 2nd at Regional Record Book Contest

On Thursday, March 29th 25 members of the WHHS FFA Chapter competed in proficiency paperwork contests. Every WHHS student earned either 1st or 2nd place. Haley Nelson was elected as the Capital City Regional President. Gracie Staude was selected as one of two regional members who will compete for KY State FFA Association. Emery Moore was selected as a REGIONAL STAR in AG BUSINESS Finalist and Alexis Dempsey as a REGIONAL STAR IN AG PLACEMENT. Please click on “More +” to see the listing of all the students’ proficiencies. More +
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WHHS Bands Earn Distinguished Ratings at State KMEA Assessment

The WHHS Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble earned DISTINGUISHED ratings at their state KMEA assessment on Tuesday, March 27th at Eastern Kentucky University. The Symphonic Band (grade 4) received two distinguisheds and one proficient rating on stage and a distinguished in sight reading. The Wind Ensemble (grade 5) received straight distinguished ratings on a MONSTER piece of music that a lot of college groups won’t touch! Proud proud proud!!! Congratulations to all of our band students and our amazing band director, Mrs. Stephanie Wallace.   
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Satish Places at HOSA State Leadership Conference

Congratulations to Diksha Satish who placed 3rd in the state for the Medical Math Competitive Event at the HOSA State Leadership Conference 2018. She has the opportunity to represent Kentucky at the International Leadership Conference in Dallas, Texas this summer. 


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WHHS Students Chosen to Attend The Gatton Academy

Congratulations to Lukas Negron, Hasitha Ramisetti, and Anna Simpson who have been chosen to attend The Gatton Academy at Western Kentucky University next school year. These three students will spend their junior and senior years of high school taking college classes at WKU and earn between 60 and 72 hours of college credit by the time they graduate high school. Approximately 95 students are admittted to The Gatton Academy each year. Western Hills High School is extremely proud of these three outstanding students.   

Resources for students, parents and guardians as we begin the course scheduling process for 2018-2019.


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100 Doctors Drive
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601
Phone: 502-875-8400
Fax: 502-227-4568
School Hours: 8:40 a.m. - 3:20 p.m. 
Principal: Mr. Greg Roush

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