Showing posts from December, 2017

Alumni Day 2017 - What to Expect

On Friday, December 22, the current senior class will take part in the first annual WHS Alumni Day.  We have over forty-five recent graduates who have agreed to come back to Waldwick High School and talk with the current seniors and share their college experiences. 

The goal for the day is for the alumni to give the current seniors an inside perspective into what college life is all about and share strategies that helped them adjust to life after Waldwick High School. 

The day will start out with the entire class participating in a panel discussion, followed by nine different breakout sessions run by the alumni. Students were given the choice of which three sessions they were interested in attending.

Topics for Breakout Sessions
Unique Aspects of a Big School 
Unique Aspects of a Small School 
Social/Greek Life
Commuting to College 
Living Away/Dorm Life
Ivy League/Elite Schools 
LGBTQ on Campus

WHS November Students of the Month

WALDWICK HIGH SCHOOL November Students of the Month 2017 – 2018


LAILA MOURAD - Laila sets the bar very high with her superb work in Honors Physics.  She is an extremely dedicated student who is always focused on learning. Laila is quick to grasp new concepts and demonstrates with every test how completely she has mastered the material.  Laila asks excellent questions, which indicate that she thinks about new material in a careful and deliberate manner.  It is a pleasure to have her for a student.

HANNAH CORBISIERO -Hannah is a senior who is pursuing a career in engineering. Hannah has excellent independent thinking skills and is currently mastering CAD skills at a tremendous rate.  One of her biggest assets is that she pays attention to details.  Hannah is very involved in Technology Education and the STEM Club and has participated in many STEM competitions.  She has also been on field trips that relate to engineering, including Triangle Manufacturing and Sandvik Coromant for Ma…

Grad Ball 2018 Fundraiser at Moe’s on 12/6 from 3pm - 8pm


National Honor Society - What you need to know

Heard about the National Honor Society?

Wonder how you get accepted? 

What's the process? 

The Waldwick High School chapter of the National Honor Society has created an informational document to help students and parents understand what the requirements are to be accepted and how the process works.

**What is the National Honor Society and how do you become a member of NHS at WHS

Everything starts with the student's academic record.

Juniors who have a cumulative GPA of 3.75 of higher, after the Second Marking Period of their junior year are notified that they are eligible to apply to the National Honor Society.  The notification usually happens the second week of February.

At that point, applications are distributed to the students and once returned, they are reviewed by a committee of teachers to determine which students have meet the criteria.

A formal induction ceremony is held in late April where the new members are officially inducted into the Waldwick High School National Honor S…