News from Waterford Union
Graduation Live Stream Link
Graduation will take place on June 10 at 10 am. You can view the 2023 Graduation event live by using this Link: https://youtube.com/live/Z1Eu2l2Orl0?feature=share
End of Year Chromebook Information
Thanks for helping make this past school year a successful one. The following information applies to all Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors that plan on returning to WUHS for the 2023-2024 school year. If students are [...]
Final Exam Schedule/Exemption information
As the end of the school year approaches, we would like to provide information to families regarding second semester final exams, as well as the process for students in grades 10-12 to qualify for an [...]
You can find the prom photos by viewing this folder.
Join us for the Engineering Design and Development presentations. Friday, May 26 WUHS Auditorium (Enter Door 19) Open House: 6pm-6:30pm Presentations: 6:30pm This Year's Projects Zach Mettille Jack Sadler, and Michael Struck designed an [...]
Summer School 2023
Waterford is excited to announce that it will once again be providing SUMMER SCHOOL classes to the WUHS students! There are lots of different classes being offered during the Summer Program. The program will run from June 12th - [...]
Purchase your tickets for the upcoming shows by using this link.
Spring Choir Concert- New York State of Mind: An evening of Billy Joel Hits: May 22
James and the Giant Peach: May 25 at 7pm
USO Show: April 30
You can visit the following links to learn more about the upcoming school calendars.
-2022-2023 School Year Calendar
-2023-2024 School Year Calendar
Subscribe to the Google Calendar for the 2023-2024 School Year
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WUHS partners with Taher Food Services to provide lunch. You can find the lunch menus by visiting this link.
About Waterford Union High School
WUHS inspires all students to achieve high expectations and ensures that each student is prepared for college or career and life.
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