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    Eric Thiele   Mr. Eric Thiele, 719-391-3114, thielee@wsd3.org



    Memorial Hospital is proud to announce a new and exciting program for junior and senior students with a GPA of 3.0 or higher who have an interest in a healthcare career. This program has been revised and expanded! MJMS is a 3-day, immersive program designed to give students a full view of the many different aspects of a healthcare career. From physicians to nurses, from rehab to palliative care, students will be exposed to professionals in their field to hear about what the job entails the educational requirements and the “typical day”. The program offers roundtable discussions, hands-on activities, department tours and other engaging sessions to expand their understanding of the hospital environment. To apply, the application is online at https://volgistics.com/ex/portal.dll/ap?ap=1598381043 and requires a $25 fee. If accepted the program cost is $150 which includes food and a program shirt. Some scholarships will be available. There are several sessions and deadlines.




    The October 1st SAT (national) is coming soon! You can get ready with "Official SAT Practice", the personalized study tool created by CollegeBoard and KHAN Academy. If you plan to take the SAT on October 1st or November 5th, be sure to register today, late registration for the October 1st  SAT ends September 20th. When you visit "Official SAT Practice", they will help you connect your Kahn Academy and College Board accounts so you can instantly create personalized practice recommendations based on their past PSAT/NMSQT results. They will also help you choose a practice schedule, which for the October 1st SAT will include taking a full practice test on Official SAT Practice Test Day, Saturday, September 17th. Make sure you have time to take the practice test at home on that day.

    CLICK HERE: >>> "Official SAT Practice" 




    WHS will be hosting a Doorway to College/ZAPS SAT Prep Class, Saturday, April 1, 2017, from 8am - 3pm in room 400 (Study Hall). All Juniors will be receiving more information in the mail closer to April.




    Buy a yearbook now at www.yearbookforever.com or in the business office. Yearbooks are $65.00 on January 1st.




    ACT on Drugs, Inc.

    On February 9, 2017, Lynn Reimer was a quest speaker at WHS on the subject of "New Trends in Substance Abuse".     Click here<<<To access her "Parent Handout". ACT on Drugs, Inc. is a Colorado registered non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, with a mission to educate parents, teens, and professionals about addictive and psychoactive substances, both legal and illegal, which are available in all communities. Visit www.actondrugs.org for more information.


    ACT    <<<   Click here to register & order official ACT scores.

College Visits

  • Attention Juniors and Seniors!!  Check here frequently for a list of College Visits.  Please see Mrs. Abeyta in the Counseling Center to sign up to meet with the Admissions Representative.  You have to sign up in order to receive your pass to attend the meeting.  Please note that college visits will be during advisory in the lower commons in the Counseling Center.  If the visit is scheduled for a yellow, Intervention day, and you have Intervention, you may not attend.

    • Everest College - Wednesday, May 3




    Are you a senior that wants to attend Pikes Peak Community College in the fall?
    PPCC Registration Day - If you have already completed your application and would like help picking your classes for the fall semester, sign up in the counseling center for April 26, 2017.