Forms and Flyers

Electives

 

Fall 2018 Electives for Grades 8-10 and 12

Summer Reading

 

Summer Reading Lists for Students in Grades 6-11 in Fall, 2018

  • Summer Reading Choices for Grades 6 and 7Over the summer rising 6th and 7th graders are required to read TWO books from this list.
  • Summer Reading Choices for Grade 8 Over the summer rising 8th graders are required to read TWO books from this list. Plan to briefly summarize your chosen books during the first week of school.
  • Summer Reading Choices for Grade 9
  • Summer Reading for Grade 10 - This flyer has two book lists:  List A (Perspectives from World Authors) and List B (Perspectives from the United States.)   Rising 10th graders are required to read one book from EACH LIST, and are expected to be prepared to discuss both of their choices during the first weeks of 10th Grade English.
  • Summer Reading for Grade 11 Over the summer rising 11th graders are required to read TWO books: Feed, by M.T. Anderson and Snow Falling on Cedars, by David Guterson. Students will be given assignments related to these books during the first weeks of 11th Grade English.

General School Information

 

2018-2019 School Calendar

Emergency Information

Letter of Recommendation / Student Information Form

  • Letter of Recommendation / Student Information Form  Students are required to complete this form prior to requesting a letter of recommendation from a WSA staff member.  The completed form will help assure the best recommendation possible.  Students must allow teachers and counselors ten school days to write Letters of Recommendation.

Pre-Arranged Absence Form

Student Initiated Fundraiser Proposal Guidelines and Form

  • Guidelines for proposing a student-initiated fundraising activity and the Student Fundraising Proposal Form - Students who wish to launch a fundraising activity which will be promoted both on campus and to the community of WSA students and families must complete and submit the Student Fundraising Proposal Form to the President of Student Council, their advocate and Head of School by September 30 for an event taking place in the Fall Semester and January 30 for an event taking place in the Spring Semester. This form is required if the activity involves raising monetary funds, selling items or procuring item donations.  

International Baccalaureate

 

International Baccalaureate Examination Schedules

CAS (Creativity, Activity, Service)

 

Documents for CAS journals:

Supplemental information for students, advocates and parents:

Clubs

 

Drama Club and Thespian Society Troupe #8175

Knowledge Bowl

QSA @ WSA

Strategy Gaming Club

Registration / Start of the School Year 

 

BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) - 2017-2018

International Students - 2017-2018

Parent-Student Handbook - 2017-2018

School Supply List - 2017-2018 

SUMMER HOURS