Western Hills High School News

Congratulations to Sierrah Miley who was named Miss WHHS 2015!!! 

1st Runner up: Emily Stevens
2nd Runner up: Madison Sharp
Miss Talent: Emily Stevens
Miss Poise: Erica Nesselrode
Miss Scholarship: Haley Harrod
Miss Congeniality: Angela Negron

The People's Choice Award winner was Taylor Disponette. Over $1700 was raised through the People's Choice Award, and the contestants unanimously voted to donate the money to WHHS Track Coach, Preston Herron, who is undergoing medical treatment.  

On Tuesday, December 1st, at 5:30 p.m. in the Western Hills High School library Principal Greg Roush will be presenting the School Improvement Plan. Everyone is welcome to attend! 

All State Choir Members Selected

Congratulations to the following WHHS students who auditioned and were selected for All State Choir: Sungani Dlamini, Carter Cantrell, Katie Miller, Nick Wooldridge, Michael Sudduth, Annie Davis, Olivia Toole, Hayden Northcutt, and Shay Locke. Congratulations to our awesome choir teacher, Meredith Goins, as well. 
GSE Applications Are Now Being Accepted

Summer Session: June 12- July 2, 2016
at Georgetown College

No minimum GPA. No test scores. No cost to attend.

GSE is a great opportunity for students in engineering, IT, biomedical, business & marketing, graphic design, robotics, FBLA

Apply online at KentuckyGSE.com

Students in grades 9, 10 or 11 may apply as an individual or as a team.

Details, FAQs and more on our website.
Child Care Openings at WHLC
The Western Hills Learning Center will have an opening in the infant room starting November 2 and two openings after Christmas break. If you are interested in quality childcare, or know of someone who is, email or call Marie Varney. marie.varney@franklin.kyschools.us or 502-875-8400.

Cameron Kenner is a Winner
Western Hills High School senior, Cameron Kenner, won the Capital City Region FFA Land Judging contest recently.  
WHHS FFA Aquaculture Program Wins $1000 Grant
The Western Hills FFA chapter (Henry Collett, primarily a special problem in aquaculture student) has received a $1,000.00 grant for his Aquaculture program to purchase 500 Tilapia and 250 Australian Red Claws to create a program aimed at providing a sustainable source of seafood for food insecure members of our community. Henry’s plan is to use some of each crop to harvest at processing weight and send to the homeless shelters in Frankfort community. He plans to use the remaining livestock as breeding animals for future sustainability of the program. CONGRATULATIONS, Henry and WHHS FFA!!!
FSA ID Needed Now to Sign FAFSA
Follow the link below for the step-by-step guide that the Department of Education has released for the new FSA ID process. There will be a transition from the PIN number that
is required to electronically sign the FAFSA, to this FSA ID. http://ifap.ed.gov/eannouncements/attachments/ 050415FSAIDReplaceHowToCreateFSAIDGuideATTACH.pdf
Johnson and Collins Recognized by AATF
The Kentucky Chapter of the American Association of Teachers of French recently recognized Mr. Terry Johnson (Franklin Co.) and Mrs. Lucy Collins (Western Hills) for their successful French programs during the 2014-2015 school year. Mr. Johnson received an award for Course Offerings, and Mrs. Collins received an award for Extra-Curricular activities.  
WHHS HOSA Officers
Congratulations to the WHHS HOSA Officers!!!!

On October 4 and 5 the officers of the Western Hills High School HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) chapter attended the KLTI (Kentucky Leadership Training Institute) in Louisville, KY. While at the convention each officer earned the "Statesman Award" by completing many tasks such as recitation of the HOSA creed, questions over parliamentary procedures, and knowledge of the members of the State HOSA Board. The WHHS HOSA officers are Elizabeth Woodrum, Caroline Orange, Bethany Smith, and Haley Clevenger.  

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