Official page of White Station High School, Home of the Spartans
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Attention Spartans! AP Summer Scholars Camp will take place at the University of Memphis from June 21st - June 24th.
The following AP courses will be offered at camp: AP English Language and Composition, AP English Literature and Composition, AP U.S. History, AP Computer Science Principles, AP Chemistry, AP Biology, AP Calculus AB, and AP Art . Click on the eventbrite link to register.
We are sad to announce that our production of Guys and Dolls has been cancelled due to circumstances beyond our control.
Meet Karla Davila from White Station High School. She is headed to the University of Memphis this fall and plans on majoring in Political Science. She will continue her education at Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law and plans on practicing immigration law once she graduates.
Congratulations, Karla! 🎉
To read more about Karla's story visit: http://www.scsk12.org/newsroom/#/article/1885
Yearbooks will be in the ticket booth located in the senior gym lobby today, May 19, during A & B lunch as well as after school today. Extras are available for 85 cash.
Spartan Nation get ready! Welcome to our new head football coach Mr. Teran Conley!
We are thrilled to announce and congratulate, Presidential Scholar recipient, Shawn Meng.
He is pictured here with Principal Holland and 10 of his educators from his four years at White Station HS.
Due to some unforeseen circumstances, we must reschedule our spring musical. We will now present Guys and Dolls MAY 19-21. 7pm each night, $5 at the door.
We look forward to see everyone there!
Shout out to our , Dr. David Conner 1995 graduate of White Station High School.
Welcome home, Spartan!
Pictured here (L-R) Dr. David Conner, Principal Carrye Holland, and Dr. Chikezie Madu
Congratulations to all of our choirs and ensembles on a BEAUTIFUL spring concert!
Mr. Massey and Mr. Powell did a great job leading these students over the year and everyone’s hard work was highlighted tonight!
Special congratulations to our seniors who have demonstrated some truly incredible perseverance through so many obstacles and hiccups in their journey.
Thank you, Spartans for sharing your talents with us! And congratulations, class of 2022 Choir Members!!
This is a project to recognize our Spartans who have participated in behavior intervention programs or other programs working toward student success.
Especially for Spartans, a project from Ms. Duckworth Help me give my students incentives throughout the school year. We have some of the best students ,and I want to show them that they are appreciated for just being here! My students are some of the...
This week is and White Station HS definitely has some of the best! Spartans, make sure you thank these awesome teachers this week! Thank you, Teachers! 💚
The 2022 NewsChannel 3 Knowledge Bowl Champions, THE WHITE STATION SPARTANS!
They defeated the Collierville Dragons 285-215!
Way to go Spartans, what a tremendous accomplishment……..again!
ONWARD SPARTANS!! 💚
Please join the White Station High School Choirs for an evening of music marking the end of a great year of work!
While voting has ended for our own Owen Keeton for the Voice of MSCS Talent Explosion Contestant "People's Choice Award", we want to send a special shout out to Owen and his choir directors on such a great showing!
Congratulations Owen, Mr. Massey, and Mr. Powell!
Click this link to watch a playback of all the performances; https://livestream.com/accounts/25133520/events/10316742/videos/230692839
Choir auditions for the 2022-2023 school year are here! Please contact Mr. Powell or Mr. Massey at [email protected] for more information or any questions.
Reminder! EOC Testing April 19-22
All students should plan to attend daily. Please be on time.
Bring charged device and your charger. Students not testing will be in review sessions for AP/DC tests, working in teams, or working on course recovery.
Congratulations to the following students who earned recognition on The National Latin Exam (NLE). The NLE is a test given annually to Latin students across the United States and around the world. The NLE is not meant to be a competition but rather an opportunity for students to receive reinforcement and recognition for their accomplishments in the classroom. Depending upon their score, students may earn certificates, medals, and may even qualify for scholarships. Way to go Spartans!!
Gold Medals Summa Cum Laude
Jonathan Nwokeji **
**Jonathan is a senior and has won a gold medal all four years. He is eligible for a scholarship of $2000
Silver Medals Maxima Cum Laude
Magna Cum Laude Certificate
Cum Laude Certificate
Congratulations to the new inductees of the National Honor Society-
Congratulations to the following Spartans who have been selelcted as winners for The 2022 Optimist Club Oratory Contest.
*First place and traveling to compete in the state run-off,
*Second place, Evan Easley
*Third Place, Navya Naik
WAY TO GO SPARTANS!!
Congratulations to the following Spartans who participated in the 2022 WordSmith Competition-
*Third Place, 40 Word Dash (grade 9): Genny Feng
*Honorable Mention, 120 Word Dash, (grade 10): Sophia Marmion
*Third Place, 40 Word Dash (grade 10): Sophia Marmion
*Second Place, 400 Word Main Event (grade 10): Vivian Fan
*Honorable Mention 400 Word Main Event (grade 10): Sophia Marmion
*Medalists (Grade 10): Silver: Vivan Fan
*Medalists (Grade 10): Bronze: Sophia Marmion
*School Trophy Winners (Grade 10) First Place
*120 Word Dash (grade 11) Honorable Mention: Kingston Barbe
*40 Word Dash (grade 12), Honorable Mention: Amanda Cassius
Celebrating over 35 years at the University of Memphis, the WordSmith competition brings 200 middle and high school students from 30 area schools to the University of Memphis to test their writing and creative thinking skills with a series of quick writing exercises known as dashes.
These dashes include a 40-word dash that asked students to describe an object without actually naming it. The 100-word dash asks students to create a narrative of events depicted in one of a set of interesting and unusual pictures. Students also participate in a 120-word dash that asks them to write a letter to the editor taking a stance on an issue referenced by a collection of recent news headlines.
At the conclusion of the first three events, door prizes are given out and student winners of each dash and in each grade are announced. Each student winner is then invited to participate in the 400-word main event dash, a chance to write for 60 minutes on topics selected by WordSmith organizers.
The first three dashes are judged by English Department faculty and local English teachers who also serve as coaches for many of the teams. The final dash is judged by University of Memphis Department of English faculty members. Winning entries are published and distributed to all participating schools.
The event is sponsored by the University of Memphis Department of English.
WSHS TAP (Teaching as a Profession) students recently visited White Station Elementary to work on early literacy with the students. TAP is designed for students interested in becoming a teacher, school counselor, librarian, or speech-language pathologist. While in this program of study, students will learn teaching and classroom management strategies, lesson planning, special populations, how to use educational technology, how to become a professional, and more! Upon completion of this program of study, students will have participated in an internship and built a professional portfolio that can be used for advanced training as future educators at the postsecondary level.
We are so excited to see one of our own in the top 10! We will be rooting for you, Owen!
They've got the Golden Ticket!
From the classroom to CENTER STAGE!
Meet the top 10 finalists for the Voice of MSCS Talent Explosion!
More to come from these talented students as the competition continues.
Congratulations to the WSHS JROTC Program. Our 2022 Cadet Challenge Team won the City-wide Cadet Challenge Competition on Friday, 1 April 2022 bringing home the 1st Place trophy. The team members are:
Rebecca Hernandez and Marco Villa were also awarded for doing the most curl-ups. We are so proud of these cadets.
Thank you to Rayna Exelbierd, Rebecca Brown, Rachel Kannady, and the White Station HS chapter of the Jewish Student Union, for hosting Jack Cohen, a Holocaust survivor and his daughter Sara Wilcox as they spoke to our students about Jack’s life and experiences.
Attention MSCS Families❗️
Initial weather patterns forecasted a greater risk of severe weather for northern Mississippi. However, as we continue to monitor conditions and review the latest weather patterns, the District’s Operations Team has learned that the timing of possible inclement weather may now impact our afternoon dismissal.
Out of an abundance of caution, MSCS will dismiss all schools early today, March 30, 2022. All after-school activities are also cancelled. Please see the dismissal timeline below.
White Station HS artists won 3 national medals in the 2022 Scholastic Art Awards : 2 Gold Medals and 1 Silver Medal--The most in the Mid-South.
-Aayush Jain 12th: Gold Medal
-Celeste Rodriguez 12th: Gold Medal
-Spoorthi Marada 11th : Silver Medal
These works were selected from hundreds of regional gold key winners. The art will be on display at Carnegie Hall in New York this June.
Congratulations to WSHS Juniors, Alexandra Shirley and Shaniya Thomas, as 2022 NCWIT Aspirations in Computing (AiC) award recipients! Alexandra and Shaniya were selected from more than 3,500 applicants from all 50 U.S. states, Washington, D.C., Guam, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, U.S. overseas military bases, and Canada. The NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing (AiC) honors 9th-12th grade women, genderqueer, and non-binary students for their computing-related achievements and interests, and encourages them to pursue their passions. Award recipients are selected based on their aptitude and aspirations in technology and computing, as demonstrated by their computing experience, computing-related activities, leadership experience, tenacity in the face of barriers to access, and plans for post-secondary education. Since 2007, more than 22,000 students have received an Award for AiC.
NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Technology too often has a culture of invisibility, otherness, self-doubt, and closed doors. Aspirations in Computing seeks to turn barriers into possibilities through exclusive awards, scholarships, internships, and communities—building women’s leadership, technical, and entrepreneurial skills.
The MSCS School Board will be hosting community meetings to discuss the proposed 2022-23 Budget, ESSER in action, and the Third Grade Commitment plan.
We encourage the community to attend these meetings, in-person or virtually, to learn more about the District’s plans, ask questions and provide additional feedback.
Spirit Wear is back this spring and you can find it all on our boosters website!
-Shop Spartans gear 24/7 in our new online store
-Find spring sports schedules
-Find coach & team contact information
-Join the Athletic Booster Club & support our Spartans!
Spirit Wear — WSHS Athletic Boosters 100% of spirit wear proceeds support WSHS Athletic Booster Club. Support the sports and extracurriculars that make White Station great!
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