Click to see who made the Honor Roll for first and second nine weeks....
The 2019 JHS Beauty Walk will be held on Saturday, January 26th, in the Pam Brown Theater. Click for application information.
JHS students who scored a 30 or higher on the ACT were recognized at the Jasper City Schools' Board Meeting.
The Jasper City School System has implemented a new program, Crisis Go, to help ensure a safe environment for all students.
The NHS sponsored the 2018 JHS Talent Show. Click to view the video...
Read about the GREAT things going on in the Jasper City Schools!
Congratulations to the JHS Viking band! The Vikings won the Class 5A state championship at the 2018 Marching Bands State Championships at Muscle Shoals High School.
Sight Savers America will be offering free school based comprehensive health screenings to our 7th, 8th and 9th graders. If you would like your child to participate, please fill out and return the attached document by Nov. 6. Click to read more...
College night will be Monday, September 17, from 6-8pm at JHS. All Juniors, Seniors, and their parents are encouraged to attend.
The Jasper High School Volleyball Team ranked #1 in preseason polls! Congrats Lady Vikings! #thejaspervikingway
Students may use the see-through varieties of book bags/backpacks during the 2018-2019 school year. Please read more for appropriate examples.
Read about all the great things going on in the Jasper City Schools!
Mark your calendars for upcoming events at JHS. Click to read more...
The Jasper City School System is offering a Kindergarten Summer Camp to ENERGIZE our incoming kindergarten students!
Congratulations to the Jasper High School Boys Tennis Team for being the AHSAA 6-A State Tennis Champions!
21st Century Questionnaire
Read about all the great things going on in the Jasper City Schools!
There were plenty of smiles at Tuesday’s annual Olympic Track and Field Day sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Jasper.
Bevill State Community College has some GREAT scholarships available for high school students. Check out the information and application deadlines!
Midterm exams will begin on Thursday, March 15. 1st and 2nd block exams will be Thursday, March 15. 3rd and 4th block exams will be Friday, March 16. Click to see the schedule...
Senior Cap and Gown pictures and JHS Club pictures will be February 27. Read more for times...
Click to view the names of students who made A and A-B Honor Roll first and second nine weeks...
The 2018 Miss Jasper High Sweetheart Pageant will be held on Jan. 27th at 7pm in the Pam Brown Theater. Read more...
Welcome Back! Students will return to school on January 4. We hope everyone enjoyed their break.
Exams for 1st and 2nd Blocks will be held on Monday, Dec. 18. Exams for 3rd and 4th blocks will be on Tuesday, Dec. 19. Viking Block exam will be on Friday, Dec. 15, with Viking Block being extended to 85 minutes. Make-up exams are on Dec. 20. Click to read more...
The Book Fair is Coming to our School!!! Please support the Library. Click to read more...
8th grade Washington D.C. trip interest meeting will be Tuesday, September 26th and 7:00 PM in the Pam Brown Theater at Jasper High School. Click for more information.
JCS teachers and faculty members have been busy this week with orientations, professional development meetings and preparing for the first day of school with students.
The Jasper City Board of Education recently named Dr. Reeves the Principal of Jasper High School for the 2017-2018 school year.
The Jasper City School System had numerous accomplishments during the 2016-2017 school year. Read about all the great things happening in our schools!
The Walker High School senior class of 2017 opened the graduation ceremony by honoring Walker Assistant Principal Mr. Tommy Hobson. Each student carried a carnation which they laid on the remeberance table before the ceremony began.
Read about all the great things going on in the Jasper City Schools!
A "Hoppin" Good Time! Students at North Highland School enjoyed an Annual Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by the Jasper Pilot Club.
JCS students in grades 3 through 8 will take the ACT Aspire assessment next week. Mr. Sargent, Principal at West Jasper Elementary, came to school today prepared to show students how easy it is to "knock out this test" and do their best!
A school and community are in mourning after the sudden death of Walker High School's Assistant Principal, Mr. Tommy Lynn Hobson. There will be a special memorial service at Jasper High School tomorrow, March 28, 2017, at 6:00 p.m.
Click to read about Prom 2017...
UPDATE: The last day to purchase tickets will be Thursday, April 6.
The Lady Viking's Softball Team is opening their new softball facility on Tuesday, March 14 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The Lady Vikings have their own on-campus field after years of playing its home games at Memorial Park.
Ribbon Cutting at 4:15 PM & Home Game at 4:30 PM
Read about all the exciting things going on in the Jasper City Schools!
During the month of February, students in the Jasper City Schools participated in a variety of programs and activities to celebrate Black History Month.
Career and Technical Education Month was celebrated at the Jasper City Schools Board Meeting with a visit from students and faculty representing the Business Management and Administration, Health Science, Culinary Arts, Precision Machining, and the US Army JROTC.
Jasper City School students representing Memorial Park Elementary, T.R. Simmons Elementary, West Jasper Elementary and Maddox Middle School, competed in the West Central Regional Technology Team Fair on February 24th at Bevill State College in Fayette, Alabama. Approximately 75 students participated and over 50 of these students qualified with a first or second place finish to compete at the state level in Montgomery in a couple of weeks.
Mr. Terry Smith was recently named the Interim Principal at Walker High School. Mr. Smith has extensive experience as a teacher and an adminstrator in different Alabama schools. Most recently, he worked with the Hoover City Schools.
Walker's Encore Showchoir, under the direction of Mr. Garrett Lindsey, recently competed against other Alabama high school showchoir groups. In the Tier II division they were the GRAND CHAMPIONS!
Walker's Maddie Harrell won the Class 6A 60-meter hurdles during final day action at the AHSAA indoor track and field championships at the Birmingham Crossplex in Birmingham on Saturday, February 4th.
Please read about all the great things going on in the Jasper City Schools!
BEST STUDENTS - BEST TEACHERS - BEST PARENTS & COMMUNITY!
Congratulations to the students who competed today in the Jasper City Schools and Walker County Schools' Speilling Bee.
The administration, faculty, and staff of the Jasper City Schools salute the board members for their leadership and service to the Jasper City Schools.
TOP IN THE STATE! Recent school system rankings reflect that 10th grade Jasper City School students rank 4th in reading in the state and 11th in math.
The new Jasper High School has been buzzing with student excitement during the first week of school.. Students started classes in the new building on Wednesday, January 11th.
In compliance with the Alabama State Law (Alabama Accountability Act), the Jasper City School System would like to inform you of the December 2016 release of the A-F State Report Card.
Please go to the "Assessment and Accountability" link on the side of the JCS Home Page for more information.
Walker High School’s athletic training program was recently honored with its designation as a Safe Sport School from the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. The designation is made every three years, and this is the second straight time for Walker to be recognized. Pictured are, from left, Walker coach Brandi Hall, Jasper City Schools Superintendent Dr. Ann Jackson, Walker athletics director Jonathan Jordan, Walker athletic trainer Bob White and Walker principal Kenneth Abbott.
A ribbon cutting was held for the new Jasper High School on Thursday, December 8th, as city leaders and members of the school district celebrated the historic occasion.
The new Jasper High School is near completion. We hope our community members will join us at our Open House!
Read about all the great things going on in the Jasper City School System.
Jasper City Schools recognized the school and system level teachers of the year. Their dedication and service to the students in our school system is truly appreciated!
The JCS Annual Report highlights our students and all the great things going on in our school system. Positive results are evident as we work as a TEAM with parents, students, faculty members, and community leaders. Together Everyone Achieves More!
It's time to nominate a WHS Teacher of theYear. Teachers, parents, and students may nominate a teacher. Applications are due to the main office by October 28.
Applications are in the main office and must be returned to the main office by Tuesday, November 2. The Talent Search program identifies and assists individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds who have the potential to succeed in higher education. Click to read more...
Jasper City Schools recognize National School Bus Safety Week 2016. Jasper City Schools transport an estimate of 700 students daily. It is extremely important for students, parents, bus drivers and other drivers to be aware of School Bus Safety Tips. School Bus Safety Tips for Everyone brochures will be sent home this week.
Jasper City Schools will not be in session on Monday, October 10th in observance of Columbus Day.
The JCS Superintendent's Newsletter highlights our great schools and great students!
The schedule for the first nine-week exams is as follows: Thursday, October 6, 2016 – 1st and 2nd block exams during normal class periods; students dismissed at 11:30
Friday, October 7, 2016 – 3rd and 4th block exams during normal 1st and 2nd block class periods; students dismissed at 11:30
A GREAT START WITH... - GREAT STUDENTS - GREAT FACULTY - GREAT PARENTS - GREAT COMMUNITY!
Read about all the GREAT things that are going on in the Jasper City Schools!
The WHS Beauty Walk will be held on December 10, 2016, at 7pm. Applications will be available in the front office in November.
The Homecoming Dance will be held on September 23, after the football game. Click to see the rules for the dance...
Click to see the application for Class Officer...
JCS teachers participated in the 2nd Annual Mini-Mega PD Day last week. Teacher leaders in the Jasper City Schools presented pertinent information for teachers to utilize in the classroom. JCS teachers are constantly growing in their profession to promote student achievement and growth! JCS teachers are the BEST!
Mini Mega Gallery
Please read about some of the great things going on in the Jasper City Schools in the Summer Edition of the Superintendent's Newsletter.
Click to see information regarding summer school...
Click to view summer assignments for AP and Pre-AP classes....
Parents - We need your input! Please click on the link to complete the short survey.
The National Honor Society Induction Ceremony will be held on May 18, at 2pm, in the Pam Brown Theater. Please note that this is a time change from earlier scheduled.
Centerstage will be performing Alice in Wonderland, May 6 and 7, at 7pm, in the Walker theater. Admission for adults is $5, and $3 for students. Please come out and support Centerstage!
Jasper City Schools: Future Focused - Tradition Rich!
Here are some important dates for the remainder of the school year...
Yearbooks are on sale now. They are $50. You can order one online at www.balfour.com/yearbook or pay by cash or check in the lunchroom.
Happening this week at Walker...
On Tuesday, April 19, all Juniors will take the ACT. Juniors should report to school at the regular scheduled time. All 9th, 10th, and 12th graders will not come to school that day, but will be given E-Day assignments.
Parents, please help us improve the WHS library media program by taking this short survey:
Jasper City Board of Education approved the District 2016-17 School Calendar March,18th 2016.
WHS Prom 2016 will be on April 9 in Songer Gym, from 8pm until midnight. Click to read more...
On Wednesday, March 16, there was a reception held in the Walker library for students who have received a score of 30 or higher on the ACT. The reception was to recognize the time and effort that these students have dedicated to academics. Principal Mr. Boling recognized each student and presented them with a personalized plaque.
Click for details...
The month of March is set aside as National Athletic Training Month. It is set aside to spread awareness for all that Athletic Trainers do. We would like to take the time to thank our Athletic Trainer Bob White for all that he and his staff do for our student athletes. Conitinue Reading...
GOOD NEWS JUST FOR ALABAMA JUNIORS
On April 19, 2016, Walker High School 11th grade students will participate in the weekday administration of the ACT, a college admissions test accepted by all 4- year colleges and universities in the United States.
Juniors - Please read the attached letter from the State Department.
/Letter to Juniors Concerning the ACT Test
Midterm Exams will be on March 10 and 11. 1st and 2nd block exams are on Thursday, March 10, beginning at 7:55. 3rd and 4th block exams are on Friday, March 11, beginning at 7:55. Students will be dismissed at 11:30, but busses will run as regularly scheduled.
Happening this week...
Walker High School had an outstanding showing in the 2016 BSCC TORCH Invitational. Walker is most fortunate to have such talented and intelligent young people. Click to read who received awards in each division.
Congratulations to the JROTC Academic Team. Erik Busby, Mason Tartt, Luke Peacock, Jacob Dollar and Eric Smith competed in Montgomery this weekend and are State Champions after winning the Knowledge Bowl at the U.S. Army Alabama State Championship.
The Science AP study session that was scheduled for January 23, has been rescheduled for February 6.
Click to see who made Honor Roll first semester:
This week at Walker High School, HOSA sponsored a Lifesouth community blood drive.Originally, the blood drive was to be held in the IVC lab, but the amount of students who preregistered was so overwhelming, that the event had to be moved to the Golden Viking room. The event was a huge success bringing in 102 donors total. Everyone who donated saved at least 3 adult lives or the lives of up to 30 babies. If you missed out on this opportunity be sure to look for the Lifesouth bus or other blood drives or make an appointment at Red Cross. Also a huge thanks to everyone who participated, especially Mrs. Lyle who coordinated the successful event. GIVE BLOOD SAVE LIVES!!!
By Madison Cuomo, Abbi Hallman, and Kourtni Douglas
Walker High School’s Centerstage, sponsored by Ms. Brittany Windle, performed A Christmas Carol in December. The students worked on building the set and practiced their lines all semester, and their hard work and dedication was evident in their outstanding performance. The main character played by Blake Hendrix, enthralled the crowds with his perfect portrayal of the Christmas Scrooge. All of the students had an excellent performance and are to be commended for a job well done. Centerstage never ceases to amaze us with their acting talents. We can’t wait to see what they have in store for their next performance.
The annual Walker High School Sweetheart Pageant was held on December 12, in the Pam Brown Theater. Mrs. Kayla Goetz was the pageant sponsor. The stage was decorated with beautiful Christmas trees and ambient lighting. All of the contestants were stunning, and there is no doubt that the judges had a difficult job of choosing winners. In the end, Emily Greene was crowned as the 2015 WHS Sweetheart Queen, and crowned by last year’s Queen, Molly Cheatham. Taylor Hood was first runner up, Morgan Harrison was second runner up, Abby Trotter was third runner up, and Chessy Domino was fourth runner up. Congratulations to all of the ladies.
Harris was named the Eagle Elite Volleyball Player of the year. Click the link to read the article: http://mountaineagle.com/sports/item/6109-eagle-elite-volleyball-walker-s-anna-claire-harris-player-of-the-year
Parent visitation will be February 1, from 4-6pm.
The schedule for the second nine-week exams is as follows:
Wednesday, December 16, 2015 – 1st and 2nd block exams during normal class periods; students dismissed at 11:30
Thursday, December 17, 2015 – 3rd and 4th block exams during normal 1st and 2nd block class periods; students dismissed at 11:30
Friday, December 18, 2015 – Make-up exam day
Click on the image to view information concerning the upcoming Walker High School Sweetheart Pageant.
Sherry Nicholson was named Walker High School's 2015 Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Nicholson has taught Geometry and Algebra I at Walker for twenty-four years. She also sponsors Student Council, the WHS Ambassadors, and Mu Alpha Theta. Mrs. Nicholson is an avid supporter of Walker High School academics and athletics, and is a regular at extracurricular events cheering on and photographing her students. Congratulations on an award well-deserved.
Senior Cross Country and Track athlete Jacob Adams was announced yesterday as the winner of the Wendy’s High School Heisman for the state of Alabama. Read More...
Click to read the goals for Walker High School's Continuous Improvement Plan.
Student Council takes Mrs. Martin's class trick-or-treating in classrooms at WHS.
Wednesday, October 28, will be an early release day for Jasper City Schools. Students will be dismissed from school at 11:30, and busses will run at that time. This early release time allows our teachers to participate in professinal learning opportunities.
Tomorrow, October 23, students will be allowed to check out and go to the volleyball regional tournament in Huntsville for the 3:00 game. Students will have to turn in a parent note and they will have to provide their own transportation. Students are not allowed to ride with other students. They will also have to turn in the ticket stub from the game Monday in order to have the absence excused.
School picture make-ups will be taken Monday, October 19, beginning at 8am in the theater. Senior Portraits will be made up on the same day. Any Senior who has not had an official Belmont picture taken should have their picture made on Monday. Seniors must pay a $15 sitting fee. If you have any questions, feel free to talk to Mr. Cordle or email him at email@example.com.
The Walker High School Choral Department will have a Fall Concert on Monday, October 19th at 7:00. The concert will be held at Jasper First United Methodist, and admission is $5 per person. Read More...
In an effort to improve system practices, Walker High School is conducting a Student Survey (Middle and High). We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. In order to complete the survey, please go to: http://www.advanc-ed.org/survey/public/2079704 Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated.
Saturday, October 10th, The Walker Viking Marching Band participated in the Northeast Alabama Marching Festival in Albertville. Band members showed up and showed out! They received ones in ALL categories, including Drum major, Danceline, Color Guard, Percussion, and Band. They also received Best in Class, Danceline, Color Guard, Percussion, and Band. Read more...
It's that time of year again; time to nominate a WHS teacher for Teacher of the Year! Simply fill out the form attached and return it to Leigh Drummond in the main office by October 19. This is your chance to nominate a teacher that is special to you and has had a positive influence on you or your child's education.
Click Read More to view a list of the 2015-2016 Class Officers and Class Favorites.
Midterms will be on October 8 and 9. Students will be dismissed at 11:30. Buses will run as regularly scheduled.
College Night will be held at the school on Monday, September 21, from 6-8pm. All Juniors, Seniors, and parents are invited to attend.
In an effort to improve system practices, Walker High School is conducting a Parent Survey. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. Read more...
Class Officer Election Forms are available in the main office. The final day to submit the form is Tuesday, August 25, 2015.
Registration dates and times are as follows:
Seniors: Tuesday, August 4, 8:30-10:30
Juniors: Tuesday, August 4, 1:00-3:00
Sophomores: Wednesday, August 5, 8:30-10:30
Freshmen: Wednesday, August 5, 1:00-3:00
Registration packets can be picked up in the main office. Packets must be completely filled out in order to purchase lockers or decals.
Senior Portraits will be taken on July 14-15, from 9:30 to 3:30. Each student will have 15 minutes.
Merit Awards and Senior Awards are coming up soon! Merit Awards are on May 12, 2pm, in the WHS theater. Senior Awards are May 15, 9:30am, in the theater as well. Parents are welcome.
Tuesday, April 28, all 11th graders will be taking the ACT at Walker High School. This day will be an E-Day for all other Walker students, so they will not report to the school. Juniors will report to school at regular time. The test should be over around 12:30 to 1pm, please make arrangements to pick up your Junior from the high school by this time. The ACT is a mandatory test; it is important that all Juniors are present on April 28.
Please complete the WHS student survey by April 30th.
We want your input! Please complete the parent survey on the school counseling program by April 30th - Thanks!
Due to the overwhelming increase in dual enrollment requests and the limited funding sources, Bevill State Community College will award Career Technical Dual Enrollment Scholarships on a semester by semester basis beginning with the 2015-16 school year. Read more...
Parents, we need your help! It is time for our annual survey for each school.
Seniors will be taking the ACT WorkKeys test on February 10, 2015. We will be on a delayed schedule for WorkKeys testing on February 10th. Seniors will report to school at the normal time. Classes will begin at 11:30 a.m. for students in grades 9-11.
Parent Visitation will be February 3, 2015, from 4 to 6pm.
You are invited to attend the Centerstage presentation of "The Night of January 16th", December 18-19, 7pm, at the Pam Brown Theater. Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students.
The semester exam schedule is as follows:
Chorus will present the Choral Christmas Show on Friday, December 5, 2014, in the Pam Brown Theater at 7:30 P.M.
Friday, January 2, 2015, is an E-Day. Students and employees will return to school on Monday. January 5, 2015.
On October 21, 2014, 10th grade students at Walker High School will take the ACT PLAN test. This is a state assessment. The PLAN is a way for our students to prepare for the ACT college readiness assessment. It covers the same subjects and gives an estimated ACT score. The PLAN has a career inventory that can help students find the best career choices. It can identify knowledge and skills required to succeed in college. Read more...
Homecoming for Walker High School is October 17, 2014. There will be several festivities. Dress up days are scheduled for Walker students, the football pep rally will take place at 11am in Songer Gym, following that there will be a parade in downtown Jasper at 1pm. The Homecoming football game will begin at 7pm, and at half-time the Homecoming Queen and Court will be announced. Following the game there will be a dance for Walker students in Songer Gym, sponsored by Center Stage. Please join us in celebrating the Walker High School Homecoming.
The schedule for the first nine-week exams is as follows:
Thursday, October 9, 2014 – 1st and 2nd block exams during normal class periods; students dismissed at 11:30
Friday, October 10, 2014 – 3rd and 4th block exams during normal 1st and 2nd block class periods; students dismissed at 11:30
Bell Schedule for both days 1st Block-7:55-9:40 A.M.
2nd Block-9:45-11:30 A.M.
WHS College Night will be Monday, September 22, from 6-8pm, in the theater.
Juniors and Seniors and their parents are invited to come. See you then!
School pictures will be September 8th. These are the pictures that are in the yearbook! Senior Portrait proofs will be given out the week of September 22nd.
Please set aside Thursday, September 11th, 2014, for WHS Parent Visitation. We are inviting parents to drop by between 4:00 PM and 6:00 PM to pickup their child's progress report and meet their child's teachers.
A flyer will be handed out with the graduation program to parents concerning a DVD of the graduation ceremony. The cost of the DVD will be $25.00 which will be available two weeks after graduation at the Channel 55 station downtown on 18th street.
Click Here to see the Final Exam Schedule:
The Competition Cheer Clinic will be held on Monday, May 12, at Jasper Elite, from 3:30-5:30pm. This is mandatory for anyone interested in participating on the 2014-2015 WHS Competition Cheer Team.
Senior Awards will be Thursday, May 15, at 9:30am, in the WHS Theater.
The National Honor Society Induction Ceremony will be Thursday, May 8, at 2pm in the WHS Theater.
Students currently in English 9, 10, 11, 12, Algebra I, PreAp Algebra I, Algebra IB, Geometry, Geometry B, PreAP Geometry, Algebra II, Algebra II w/ Trig, PreAP Algebra II w/ Trig, Pre-calculus, Biology, PreAP Biology, Chemistry, PreAP Chemistry, and US History 11 will take the Quality Core tests. The buses will run at the regular scheduled time. Those students testing need to be here by 7:55.Students will not be allowed to bring digital devices, backpacks, purses, or other bags into the testing rooms. Read More...
Yearbooks are on sale now through May 2. They may be purchased at school in the lunchroon, or online at www.Balfour.com. The cost is $60.
Senior cap & gown pictures will be in the IVC Lab on Tuesday, April 29, 2014, from 11:30 A.M. - 1:30 P.M. Students will follow the schedule below in alphabetical order by last names.
12:00 - 12:30 F,G,H, I, J
12:30 - 1:00 K, L, M, N, O, P
1:00 - 1:30 Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y Z
Click to read more...
The 2014 Merit Awards Assembly will be on May 1st in the Pam Brown Theater, at 9am.
Free Physical Night will be May 13, at 6pm, in the WHS Theater.
Click to read the names of all the students who made "A" and "A-B" Honor Roll the third nine weeks of school.
Wednesday, April 23, 2014, is the state mandated date for all 11th grade students to take the ACT with writing. Due to the length of the test and the number of certified personnel needed to administer the exam, only 11th grade students will be in attendance at school on Wednesday, April 23, 2014. WHS has been instructed to use the day as an E-Day for students in grades 9, 10, and 12. E-Day assignments will be made available to students by Wednesday, April 16, 2014.
Prom will be April 12, 2014. Click to read more...
The Varsity Boy's Basketball Area Championship Game will be played today, February 10, at Songer Gym. The start time has been changed to 3:30pm due to inclement weather.
There will be a 5K/Fun Walk benefit for the WHS Track team. See the attached flyer and registration form:
Any 11th or 12th grade Walker High School student interested in taking the ASVAB -- it will be offered on Feb.7th in the WHS theater. Students will report to 1st block for attendance. There will be an announcement made for students to report to the theater. The test will last 1st and 2nd block. The ASVAB program helps students learn about themselves and potential occupations in line with their skills and interests. Most importantly, the ASVAB Program encourages students to explore a wide variety of careers. Although Army recruiters help administer the ASVAB, there is NO military obligation. The military is only one of the many careers that the ASVAB is used to measure potential.
Parent Visitation Night will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 4, from 4-6pm. Parents can pick up student Progress Report on that night. Immediately following parent visitations, the Counselors will hold a Financial Aid meeting in the theater at 6pm. In addition, the WHS Softball team will be selling burgers and other sides as a fundraiser that night, so you won't have to worry about preparing dinner. See you then.
Financial Aid Night is Tuesday, Feb. 4, at 6pm, in the WHS Theater. This is directly following Parent Visitation. All Juniors, Seniors and their parents should attend.
Click "read more" to view the names of the WHS students who made A and A-B Honor Roll the second nine weeks of school.
Thursday, January 23, members of the ABC 33/40 news team visited Walker High School to speak with students about the dangers of texting while driving. Sheri Falk and Samantha Russell spoke to the WHS student body, encouraging them to take the pledge to drive safely without distraction. Jasper Police Sgt. Mitch Jones also informed students that reading, writing, or viewing your phone while driving is illegal, and you will be issued a ticket. Many Walker High School students and staff took the pledge not to text and drive, and help make our roads a safer place.
Groundhog Job Shadowing Day is Friday, January 31, 2014 for all ninth graders in the Jasper City and Walker County Schools. As a result of career questionnaires given to all ninth graders, students have been assigned to either attend a Career Fair featuring more than twenty professions at the Community Health Systems (CHS) Building or visit a business/ job site and “shadow” someone in a particular career. All students involved will be transported by bus to the CHS Building. Half will remain there for the Career Fair and half will be bused from the CHS Building to the individual job sites. All students will return to the CHS Building for a complimentary lunch and wrap up of the day. They should arrive back at Walker High School by 1:30 p.m.
Financial Aid Night is January 28, at 6pm, in the WHS Theater. All Juniors, Seniors and their parents should attend.
Pack the Pit is back! A once old-time Walker High School tradition is being reborn. On January 27, we are going to see how many Viking fans we can fit in the gym to watch the basketball games. Anyone in town can come join in the fun. Each grade will be presenting their own creation (a 10x10 lawn decoration) and the school will crown the “King of the Court”. Students, if you want to participate in the decorations, contact your class officer, any one is welcome. If you’re interested in buying a t-shirt for the event, look for Mrs. Thompson. The t-shirts are $20 dollars, long sleeve, and feature “Pack the Pit”. So come out and support your Walker Vikings Basketball players.
Congratulations to Teresa Kitchens, 2013-2014 WHS Teacher of the Year!
The schedule for the semester exams is as follows:
Wednesday, Dec. 18: 1st and 2nd Block Exams during normal class periods. Students dismissed at 11:30.
Thursday, Dec. 19: 3rd and 4th Block Exams during normal first and second block periods. Students dismissed at 11:30.
Friday, Dec. 20: Make-up exams.
Center Stage will perform "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever" on December 19th and 20th. The performance will be held at the Pam Brown Theater at WHS, and will begin at 7pm each night. The performance is open to the public.
Also, if you would like to purchase pictures from Senior Night, Bill Miller Photographers will be on site to take pictures. The package for sale will be $20, and will include the following:
WHS College Night will be Monday, Sept. 30th from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Juniors & Seniors and their parents are strongly encouraged to attend. There will be representatives from most Alabama colleges and universities on hand as well as information regarding savings for college, scholarships and financial aid.
Wednesday, September 18, will be an early release day. Students will be released from school at 1pm. Letters were sent home to remind students and parents, and to give an opportunity for after school accommodations.
Parent Visitation will be Tuesday, September 24, from 4pm to 6pm.
If you ordered a 2013 Yearbook please go by Mr. Cordle's room and pick it up today! Also, you may purchase extra 2013 yearbooks for $60.
Saturday, Sep. 7th, at 8am, there will be a 5K and Fun Run to benefit the Walker High School Cross Country Team. The run will take place in Downtown Jasper to kick-off the weekend's activities. If you would like to register please call 275-2420 or 384-3960. You may also register at the Jasper Natatorium. The cost to register is $20 through Sep. 6, and $25 on the day of the race. The first 100 to register will receive a T-shirt.
It's that time of year again: Seniors are selling magazines for a Senior Class Fundraiser. Sales began August 28, and will continue through September 27. Senior top sellers will be awarded with free t-shirts, yearbooks, and cap and gowns. Help support our Senior Class and order a magazine subscription from a Senior today!
Upward Bound may be for you if you!
* Upward Bound is a federally funded TRIO program administered through Bevill State Community College, Sumiton Campus.
What are the benefits of Upward Bound membership?
* You meet once a week with your tutor/mentor, Mrs. Dutton, for academic help and to ensure you are making steps toward the goal of a college education.
* You get to attend monthly cultural enrichment activities that include trips to Birmingham Broadway Series productions, Shakespeare Festival, college campus tours and events, DeSoto State Park, and many other fun and interesting destinations.
* You have the opportunity to participate in the “summer component” program at which you receive additional instruction in English, math, and cultural studies.
* As a reward for attending the summer component, you have the opportunity to go on an Upward Bound trip to awesome places such as Nashville, Atlanta, Savannah, and Chicago.
* Did I mention that YOU GET PAID TO DO ALL OF THESE THINGS???
Senior Registration will be Wednesday, August 7, from 8:30 until 10:00. Junior registration is from 10:30 - 12:00. Sophomores from 1:30 - 3:00. Freshmen Orientation will be Tuesday, August 13, from 9 - 11:30.
All football players, band members, and cheerleaders need to plan to be in town Monday, August 5, for the media guide photo sessions. See your coach for further details.
Click here to see the dates and times for the WHS summer remediation sessions.
Students currently in English 9, 10, 11, 12, Math Elect, Alg I, Hon Alg I, Alg IB Geo, Geo B, Hon Geo, Alg II, Alg II w/ Trig, Hon Alg II w/ Trig, Precal, Bio, Hon Bio, Chemistry, Hon Chem, and US History 11 will take the Quality Core tests. Those students not testing will have a delayed start to school. The start time for those students will be 10:30. The buses will run on regular scheduled time. Those students testing need to be here at the regular time. Students will not be allowed to bring any digital device into the testing rooms.
The testing schedule is: 8:00-10:30
On Tuesday, April 9, Amanda Bertoldi, tennis athlete at Walker High School, signed a letter of intent to play tennis at Snead State Community College. Present at the signing were Snead Head Tennis Coach, Steve Machen, Amanda’s parents Wesley and Lori Bertoldi, and siblings Abbey and John Wesley. Congratulations Amanda!
Prom pictures may be purchased on the day of the prom, Saturday, April 13. All picture orders must be pre-ordered and pre-paid. Bill Miller will be the photographer. He will begin taking pictures at 4:30pm at the CHS building. Read More to view the price list.
Yearbooks are on Sale now! The cost will be $50 through Wednesday, April 10. After the 10th, the cost will go up. Order yours today in the lunchroom.
Walker High had several students that participated in the 2013 Special Olympics held on April 2. Those who participated in the events also brought home several ribbons. They include: Nathan Pike, Angel Pate, and Cole Turner. Click on the Viking Newspaper link above to view a Photoshow of the Special Olympics.
Congratulations to the 2013 Walker Dance Team:
There will be a Danceline Clinic for any girl interested on March 11, 13, 14, 18 and 19. Sign up sheets are in the main office and the bandroom. Tryouts will be held on Wednesday, March 20. There will also be a meeting with Maria Ross on Wednesday, March 6, after school in the bandroom.
There will be a parent meeting on Wednesday, March 6, at 3:15 in Songer Gym regarding Varsity Cheer Tryouts. All physical forms must be turned in by Monday, March 11. The Cheer Clinic will be held March 11-13 from 3:15-5:15. Tryouts will be held on Thursday, March 14.
Are you preparing for prom? Mark the date. Junior/Senior Prom is Saturday April 13, 2013 from 8-12. You may purchase tickets in the lunchroom during your lunch beginning Monday April 1st! $30 per couple and $15 individual! There will no tickets sold at the door! The last day to purchase a prom ticket will be Wednesday, April 10th!
Midterms are scheduled for Thursday, March 7, and Friday, March 8. On Thursday, first and second block exams will be given during normal class times. Students will be dismissed at 11:30. On Friday, third and fourth block exams will be given during normal first and second block periods. Students will be dismissed at 11:30.
Tuesday, March 5, Walker will host a Maddox Middle School 8th Grade Orientation at 6pm in the WHS Theater. The purpose of the meeting is to introduce 8th grade students and their parents to the different diploma options available in high school. There will also be booths set up by different club and organizations sponsors.
Walker High School students, faculty and guests had the priviledge to hear Mr. Tommie Agee speak on February 11, 2013, for the Black History Program. Agee is a former Auburn football player. He also played for the Dallas Cowboys. Agee spoke to students and urged them to be Uncommon, and strive to not blend in with the crowd. Other guests joined the festivities, including Evie Moore, a former Walker teacher. Ms. Ingram, Mr. Medlock, and the choir, headed by Tamara Matthews, also performed. Everyone who was involved in the program did an outstanding job and made the Black History Program meaningful and memorable for everyone in attendance.
Three Walker High School students made Volleyball All-State: Jessica Woodley, Sydney Cooper, and JoLee Dobbs. Congratulations girls!
February is Career and Technical Education month. Each week this month, a video will be featured that will highlight careers in each of the technical fields offered here at Walker High School. Click on the link below to view a student-made video focusing on the career of "Education and Training": http://youtu.be/tY2TV6XmTTA
Congratulations to Cru Birdyshaw for placing 4th at the North Sectional Wrestling Tournament and advancing to state! He defeated opponents from Hayden, Athens, and Hartselle in the process. The freshman enters the state tournament with a 20-12 record, in only his 3rd year of wrestling.
Don't forget that the Key Club has to turn in your donated jeans by this weekend. Bring your outgrown jeans to school tomorrow and donate them to someone in need. The first block class that donates the most jeans will be provided breakfast on February 15. Donate your jeans for a great cause today!
Four Walker students were chosen to be the second nine weeks Students of the Quarter. They were chosen by their teachers based on their work ethic, attitude, and all around effort that they portray in the classroom. This quarter the students recognized are Kirsten McGraw, QuaNishia Samuels, Hannah Elison, and Elizabeth Holderfield.
Four Walker students were chosen to perform with various Honor Bands at the prestigious University of Alabama Honor Band Festival in January 2013. They were part of 350 students chosen out of over 900 applicants. Congratulations to Madeleine West, Matt Meadows, Krystin Bonner, and Joseph Shubert.
Due to early dismissal on February 6, Progress Reports will be sent home on Thursday, February 7, 2013.
Walker High School recently held the annual Retired Teacher Luncheon for former WHS teachers. The lunch was held in the Golden Viking Room, and was hosted by Ms. Marulynn Lockett and FCCLA. A special thanks to Mr. Boling, Mrs. Jan Lane, and Mrs. Kelley King for making the luncheon possible. The luncheon was a huge success, and many retired WHS teachers were able to enjoy a nice meal and friendly conversation with each other.
Several students at Walker High School achieved "A" or "A-B" Honor Roll for the first semester of the school year. To view the names of the students, please click on "read more."
The 2013 National Honor Society Officers have been chosen. They are as follows:
President: Andrew Reed
Vice President: Alivia Darty
Secretary: Mikenzi Brasfield
Treasurer: Jeb Cowen
Activities Chairman: James Reed
Homecoming is here!!! Monday October 1, begins the fun activities and dress up days. Monday is Nerd day, Tuesday is Mix & Match, Wednesday is Character day, Thursday is Decade’s day/Senior Citizens, and Friday is School Spirit day....
We like Blue better than Red!!! The Jasper High School Lady Vikings Volleyball team has brought home the class 5A State title! Click to read the DME write-up:
Congratulations to Lauren F., the 2015 WHS Homecoming Queen.
On Monday, March 9, 2015, WHS will run an exam schedule with students taking 3rd and 4th block exams and students dismissing at 11:30 AM. Please report to school at the regular scheduled time. Buses will run at regular time.
Congratulations to the 2018-19 Jasper High School Teacher of the Year Garrett Lindsey. Click to read more...
Recently Kourtni D. was voted as the Student Council President. Click to read more...
Encore and Diamonds will perform their show choir competition shows at Bevill State's Rowland Auditorium on Monday March 9, at 7:00pm. Admission is $1. Please come show your support and check out what they've been working so hard on all year! Everyone is invited.
Senior Night for all senior band members, football players, athletic trainers, JROTC members, and cheerleaders will be Thursday, October 30, before the football game at Kiro-Gambrell Field. The ceremony will begin at 6:30pm.
The WHS Jazz Band will perform a Christmas special in the Pam BrownTheater at 6:30 P.M. for the public on December 12, 2013.
Varsity football seniors recognized teachers that have made a lasting impact on their lives.
Walker High School Homecoming is Friday, September 25. There are several festivities going on this week to celebrate. The students will participate in dress-up days all week (don’t forget Wednesday is picture day). On Friday, there will be a pep rally in Songer Gym at 11:15. The parade will begin at 1:00pm. Kickoff for the game is at 7pm. The Homecoming Queen will be announced during halftime. The Dance will begin after the game in Songer Gym. Everyone is welcome to come out and support our Vikings and celebrate Homecoming with us!
The WHS Sweetheart Pageant will be held on December 14, 2013, at 7pm in the WHS Theater. Applications and entry fees are due to Mrs. Goetz by Wednesday, December 11th at 3:10pm. There will be a mandatory practice on Dec. 11, at 3:15pm. Girls may pick up applications in the main office. If you need to pay your dues on the week of Dec. 9-12, please report to the gym. We will be giving End of Course Tests in the main building and you will not be allowed to enter the main building before 10:30am.
Homecoming 2018 was a fun and exciting week for the school and the community. Click to view a slide show of pictures of the week!!!
Jasper High will be hosting parent-teacher conferences on Monday, October 30, from 3pm to 5pm. Please call or email your child's teacher this week to set up your appointment. We encourage students to be present as well.
The 2015 Prom will be April 11, at the CHS building. Tickets will go on sale the week before prom.
The City of Jasper will begin a paving project that will affect Alabama Avenue and traffic flow.
Panoramic Photo Company will be here on Monday March 5th at 1:10 to do the senior panoramic (group) photo. The picture will be made in the gym. Students should dress in casual attire for this photo. Later a proof of this picture will be mailed to parents, and they can purchase one if they wish.
Check out our Viking school spirit at the most recent pep rally! Click 'read more' to watch the video...
Several of the Jasper High football players welcomed our younger students to school this morning by helping open doors and greet students in the drop-off lines at TRS, MPS and Maddox. Thanks for being great role models for our younger "Vikes"!
Come out and support the team tonight as they take on Center Point!
Welcome Back to School 2015. This is a compilation of pictures from the first week of school.
First day of school is August 20th.
The Jasper City School System has had a wonderful start to the school year. Read about all the great things going on in the Jasper City Schools!
Class 6A Jasper High moved to No. 1 in this week’s AL.com’s high school volleyball rankings to mark the only change among top-ranked teams.It’s the first No. 1 volleyball ranking in school history for the Vikings.
Walker High School students competed in the 2013 Jasper City Schools Chess Open on Saturday, November 16th. The undisputed and undefeated champion was Dustin Steffan taking first prize! With only one loss(to the champion), and 4 wins, Ethan Freeman secured 2nd Place. In a tie-breaking playoff match, Joseph Shubert edged Kirsten McGraw for 3rd Place. Congratulations to Jax Kluesner and Benjamin Lucius who also competed in the tournament. All players represented our school with honor as they displayed excellent sportsmanship. Way to go guys!
If you are planning on entering a vehicle in the JHS Homecoming Parade, please complete and return the attached form to the JHS office by 8am on October 2nd!
Click to watch a slideshow of pictures from Friday's dress up day.
The Jasper City School System received a B as a final grade on the state report card. The Jasper City School System scored above the state average on every indicator.
Congratulations to Memorial Park Elementary School for their recognition as a Blue Ribbon School! The Blue Ribbon award is the highest national honor given by the U.S. Department of Education to a school.
Effective August 1, 2018, Jasper City Schools will be implementing a "Bag Check Procedure" for all individuals gaining access to all home athletic events.
Parent Surveys for Jasper City Schools
Parents, please complete the 2 surveys below. These surveys will provide information needed from you as a stakeholder. Your feedback will help our district to better our schools and positively impact every student in our district.
1) Climate & Culture Survey
2) Parent Survey
We ask that you complete 2 surveys for each child you have enrolled in Jasper City Schools.
Congratulations to the newest members of the ACT 30+ Club! Scoring a 30 or above puts these students in the top 95th percentile nationally for all students who took the ACT. They were recognized for this accomplishment at a Jasper City Schools' Board Meeting.
Patrick Dutton was given third place post award for his speech in the Voice of Democracy contest sponsored by the VFW. The representatives from Jasper Post's Ladies' Auxiliary visited the school to present Patrick with a certificate, pin, and check for $50.00. Congratulations Patrick Dutton.
February 2-6, 2015, is National School Counseling Week. We have great counselors at Walker High School, and we would like to recognize them for their hard work and dedication to our students and their futures. Our counselors are:
Linda Cain (Counselor to students with last names A-G)
Victoria Parnell (Counselor to students with last names H-P)
Jolei Higgins (Counselor to students with last names Q-Z)
There will be a book fair in the JHS library beginning September 10-14. Please stop by and support our library! Follow the link to place online orders:
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
Classes at St. Cecilia Catholic Church
2159 Hwy. 195, Jasper, AL 35503
Thursdays - 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Classes begin September 21, 2017
Call The Literacy Council at 205-326-1925 for more information.
This class is open to anyone who does not speak English as a first language.
Free dual enrollment classes on the JHS campus for qualified students! Continue reading about this great opportunity!
In an effort to expose Jasper High School students to as many colleges and universities as possible, Jasper High School hosted a college night on Monday night. Link to photo gallery inside the article. Pics by Mr. Cordle.
On Monday, May 4, WHS students had the privilege of seeing Elizabeth Ross and the Birmingham Contemporary Dance Group perform the STORY OF VULCAN. The performance was funded by a grant from the Walker Area Community Foundation. Elizabeth Ross is a former WHS student and currently works with the Band and the dance line. This was an awesome opportunity for our students, and our school and system are unique in being able to offer this to them. It was very enjoyable for everyone who participated.
Please read the JCS Handbook for information and updates concerning the 2018-2019 school year. Some of the updates include school hours, dress code, and book bags.
Read about all the great things going on in the JCS schools in the Back to School Issue of the Superintendent's Newsletter.
Prom was a fun night for everyone! Click to see a slideshow of all the beautiful people.
Happy 2018! Read about all the great things going on in the Jasper City Schools!
HIPPY (Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters) Program is now available to parents in Jasper! Applications for the 2017-18 program are now being accepted (see attached).
Congratulations to Walker High School's Tennis Teams! The Girl's Tennis Team won the State Championship, while the Boy's Team brought home second place. Click to read the write up from Daily Mountain Eagle.
Information sessions at JHS on course selection for next year and opportunities for Dual Enrollment! Don't miss it!
There will be two college dual enrollment classes offered at a reduced rate to 10th - 12th grade students at Jasper High for the Spring semester (Jan. - May)
Walker High School hosted the annual Field Day on April 9, 2015. Click to see photos from the event.
It's time for the 2nd annual Chatter Teeth 5k. Click to see more...
Encore and Diamonds, Jasper High School's show choir groups, just completed a record competition season. Click to read more....
Click to see pictures from the 2015 prom.
Click to see a slideshow of some of our students who placed at the 2018 BSCC Torch Invitational.
March 20, Senior Trooper Jonathan Appling spoke to the WHS student body on safe driving and the importance of avoiding distracted driving. Jonathan Appling, a 2002 Walker High School graduate, is an Alabama State Trooper who works with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency to deliver powerful messages about the devastation resulting from distracted driving. Distracted driving can include anything from drinking and driving, to texting, to changing the radio. Appling stated that teen drivers are especially at a high risk for having a vehicle accident while driving. The students were encouraged to make an intentional effort to practice safe driving every time they get behind the wheel. This message was delivered at an opportune time, in the midst of spring break and prom season, when many teens are tempted to drink and drive. The message Appling delivered is sure to influence the students and make them think twice before driving distracted.
The National Honor Society recently hosted the annual JHS Talent Show. Jasper High is full of talented young men and women. If you would like to see the show, click to read more...
On Tuesday, November 7th we were honored to accept the National Blue Ribbon Schools award on behalf of Memorial Park Elementary and the Jasper City School District. We would like to say a special thank you to all staff, students, parents and stakeholders that have worked to make this possible. Great things are happening in Jasper City Schools!!!!!
The Walker Chess Club held a tournament on Saturday March 14, at Walker High School. Students from the high school, middle school, and every elementary school in the system participated in the tournament. Click to read more...
Encore Places First Place in the Diamond Show Choir Classic
2017 November/December Superintendent's Newsletter
As a part of Walker High School’s character development program for extracurricular activity students through the FCA, the Annual Making Excellence a Habit Day was hosted on Monday, March 16th, in the Pam Brown Theater. The keynote speaker was former University of Alabama and NFL player Jeremiah Castille. Jeremiah had a powerful story to share, starting with his recruitment by Coach Bryant, to his playing days at the Capstone, and his endeavors in the National Football League. He is very well thought of in the athletic world and currently serves as the team chaplain for the University of Alabama football team, a capacity that he has served for many years. Castille presented a powerful message of love, hope, perseverance, and accountability to our young men and women. He delivered a message that was encouraging to our young people and their futures.
Congratulations to the 2014-2015 Walker High School Varsity Cheerleaders. Click to see their names.
Congratulations to all the beautiful girls who participated in the 2017-2018 JHS Beauty Walk. Click to see the results and view pictures from the event.
Click to view a list of students who made the Honor Roll for second semester, third nine weeks.
December 5, 2014, JoLee Dobbs signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at Gadsden State Community College on an athletic scholarship.
Students are excited about kicking off the 2013 football season. Friday, August 30, the Walker Vikings will face the Cullman Bearcats. The game will be the FOX 6 Game of the Week. Students dressed up in all black attire to "Black Out the Bearcats." Come out to the Home Field tonight and support our athletes and the Viking Band.
Click the link to watch a photoshow.
Bryan Moore was hired as Jasper High School's head football coach. Coach Moore brings a great love for his players, extreme competitiveness, a calling to positively impact his community, and a great passion for detail to Jasper. Click to read more...
Hundreds of students from twenty different schools attended the Torch Invitational at BSCC on Friday, February 13. Walker High School had an oustanding showing. Click to read more on the details of students who placed, and the divisions in which they competed...
Ms. Murray's class played an exciting basketball
game against the Minor Tigers on Friday, January 12. Click to view a slideshow...
A new traffic signal will soon help motorists in Alabama better navigate busy intersections. Stay updated on ALDOT news by reading the Safety Spotlight. Safety Spotlight will provide you with timely updates on Drive Safe Alabama programs and activities. Click to read more...
Please watch this video for information on the new car rider afternoon pick up route for Jasper High School and Junior High starting Wednesday afternoon.
Click to see the names of students who made A and AB Honor Roll First Semester.
Haylee Runyan, a senior at Walker HIgh School recently participated in the Distinguished Young Women Scholarship Program. She was interviewed by her peer, Amanda Cuomo. Click to read the interview...
Jasper City Schools System is happy to announce the 2017-2018 Teachers of the Year from each school.
Pictured from left to right
Read about all the GREAT things going on in the Jasper City Schools!
Awesome sounds from the new choral room!! See what students are saying...
Sophomores at Walker High School were able to Job Shadow two of their top career choices.
Jasper High School and Ms. Murray's class hosted a Halloween Party for Jasper City School's Exceptional classes. Everyone involved had a spooktacular good time!
Late Registration for Jasper High and Jasper Jr. High will be Thursday, August 10th, from 3:00 - 4:00 pm at Jasper High School.
The annual National Honor Society sponsored Talent Show was held January 20 in the new Pam Brown Theater.
Click to see pictures from JHS Homecoming 2017...
Cick to watch a slideshow of the first day back at Jasper High School:
We are proud to present Jessie K., and Pressley M. as the new 2017-2018 Jasper Viking Band Drum Majors.
Read more for specific dates and times.
Congratulations to the new 2017-2018 Student Council Officers: President Amberlee F., Vice President Thomas W., Secretary Sawyer N., Treasurer Kaiden K.
Click to see students who made honor roll for third nine weeks...
Congratulations to JROTC! This past Friday, they went through a comprehensive six hour evaluation from a five-man team of Senior Non-Commissioned Officers and earned the prestigious ranking of a "Gold Star Unit". This is the highest ranking achievable far an Army JROTC.
The Library Media Center at Jasper High School is an exciting place to be. Check out what these students had to say...
Click the link to view photos from Mrs. Martin's class Halloween Dance 2016.
Coach Darwin's multimedia class has started creating a weekly news channel. Check out their very first show: https://youtu.be/3N-5IUkVzS4
BSCC Dual Enrollment Coordinator, Kristy Thompson, and Student Services Specialist, Laura Markus recently spoke with sophomores and juniors at Walker High School. The speakers informed WHS students of all the possibilities involved with dually enrolling at Bevill. Students who choose to participate in dual enrollment, and who meet the academic requirements, can take Bevill classes and simultaneously earn high school and college credit. This potentially allows for less overall cost of college, and the option to complete a college degree earlier. The classes offered for dual enrollment have recently been expanded. Anyone interested in more information should contact the WHS counselors or the Dual Enrollment Office at BSCC.
In honor of September 11, and the national Day of Service, WHS HOSA officers baked homemade cookies, brownies and cupcakes and delivered them to the Jasper Police station and Fire station. WHS HOSA appreciates our town heroes for their service and dedication.
Chessy D. is the new 2016 WHS Homecoming Queen
Click to see pictures from the first week back from summer break at Walker High School.
Congratulations to the JROTC Competition Teams. They competed in Tuscaloosa on March 5. The Drill Team and Color Guard Team both placed Second. The Academic, Physical Fitness, and Marksmanship Teams placed Third in their competitions.