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PSAT Information for 17-18 School Year

Register now for next year's PSAT Test @ Waldwick High School on October 14, 2017

The Waldwick High School Guidance Department advises that all juniors take the PSAT/Preliminary SAT Test, which is held in October each year. The Guidance Department highly recommends all sophomores take this test as well. This test serves as a practice SAT for 10th grade student. For the 11th grade student, taking this test will qualify them for the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) scholarship programs.

We implement the PSAT registration early because we have to meet very specific deadline dates in order to secure enough test materials for the October test. Most of the ordering has to take place prior to the summer break. For that reason, we ask that you register by June 12 for the October administration of the PSAT.

Everything you need to know regarding the PSAT @ WHS PSAT Registration Info

New Schedule at WHS

Starting next year, Waldwick High School will be changing its daily schedule to a rotating/drop schedule. We have been working on this as a school community for the last two years and we truly believe students will benefit from this new schedule.  

Next week (Week of May 22) we will be running the new schedule as a practice run for next year. I have meet with all students and explained the schedule and how it works. 

I have created a short video for the parents/guardians to explain the schedule and some of the details related to it.  I will be hosting two informational sessions on the new schedule to share more details and answer any questions.  

Meeting Dates/Times
Wednesday, May 31 at 6:30 pm in the  HS Media Center 
Friday, June 2 at 8:30 am in the HS Media Center
*Meeting should take no longer then 25-30 minutes  

Bell Schedule 

WHS April Students of the Month

WALDWICK HIGH SCHOOL April Students of the Month 2016 – 2017


YEIMI REQUENO SALMERON - Yeimi, a freshman, earned a 98 in ESL third marking period and has also achieved the Waldwick High School Honor Roll for two consecutive marking periods.  Yeimi’s motivation to learn English and her incredible work ethic have helped her to acquire the language very quickly.  Within less than a year of beginning to study English, Yeimi began earning grades high enough to achieve honor roll.  We are excited to see her continue on this path and to find out where she decides to use her talents in the future.

JASON WHITE - Jason, a freshman, is a hard worker who is kind to others.  He is extremely friendly and is well-liked by teachers and students.  Jason comes to school every day, works extremely hard in his classes and is determined to succeed.  He shares insightful comments during class discussions and asks great questions.  Jason is a creative problem solver who can solve amazingly complicated …