• Toyota TeenDrive365 Video Challenge

    Students there are exactly 30 days left to enter this contest, so start recording a 30-60 second PSA on safe teen driving. There are more prizes and more ways to win than ever before, including a $15,000 scholarship, the chance to work with a Discovery film crew, and a once-in-a-lifetime behind the scenes trip to a Velocity show taping.  Enter Now.

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  • Celebrate President's Day at the National Constitution Center for Free.

    Click the link below to learn more.  See Ms. Gauntt with any questions.

    Click This Link To Learn More

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  • We The Students Essay Contest

    Students: Enter the We The Students Essay Contest. Write a 500-800 word essay.
    Please Click Here to see Contest Details and Enter the Essay Contest. The deadline is February 7, 2016. Winners will be announced April 12, 2016. The Grand Prize is$5,000 cash (plus a scholarship to Constitutional Academy). Runners Up will receive six cash prizes of $1,250 each and there will be eight Honorable Mention cash prizes of $500.00 each.

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  • Summer reading assignments are posted on this web page under the Summer Reading/Math tab, directly under the school photos.  There you will find a link to the 2015 Summer Reading Flyer, as well as AP instructions and the online book, Into the Wild. Here is the 2015 Summer ReadingAssignment

     Updated summer Math packets are also available from the Summer Reading/Math tab on this web page.  Packets include, Algebra 1Algebra 2, Geometry, and PreCalculus.

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  • Follow this link to read the WHS School-Parent-Student Compact.

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  • Integrated Pest Management Notice

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  • Dress Code Compliance - Mrs. Ash would like to thank all of the Chimera family for their support in Uniform Dress Code compliance.  Our compliance rate is near 100% on a daily basis.  Please continue to do your part by adhering to the policy every day.


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  •  Math Drives Careers
    Innovation is an increasingly important factor in the growth of world economies. It is especially important in key economic sectors like manufacturing, materials, energy, biotechnology, healthcare, networks, and professional and business services. The advances in and applications of the mathematical sciences have become drivers of innovation as new systems and methodologies have become more complex. As mathematics drives innovation, it also drives careers.
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  • HIB School Report - Beginning with the 2011-2012 school year, our school district has conscientiously implemented the requirements found in the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act with the establishment of Policy and Reporting Procedures, School-based Safety Teams, HIB Initiatives and Staff training. Please see our School HIB Self-Assessment Report.

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  • See the new Informational MVP Brochure.
    MVP Informational Brochure
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Testing Information

    PARCC Testing at WHS:
    • PARCC Practice Tests - These tests include samples of the PARCC assessments, answer keys, and English Language Arts (ELA) scoring rubrics. Click here to navigate to the practice test site. See linked PARCC FAQs.
    • PARCC for Educators - PARCC’s goal is to provide guidance and support to help teachers bring the Common Core State Standards to life in their classrooms. PARCC is developing tools and resources aligned to the CCSS and the PARCC assessments. Click here to see a resource overview. Eventually, these resources will be available on the Partnership Resource Center (PRC), a dynamic and interactive web-based library of all PARCC resources and materials. The PRC will be available in 2014. Visit PARCC_for_Educators for more information. 
    S Testing T.B.A.
     The S.A.T.  will be administeered December 5, 2015
    at WHS.  Please follow the link below to register before November 2nd for this test. 
    2016  AP Testing  T.B. A.
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The WHS Dress Code is enforced daily. Please come to school dressed appropriately. ***

Willingboro High School Vision and Mission
All stakeholders of the Willingboro High School community will earnestly work to develop a culture and climate that transforms our school community into a thriving marketplace of learning where graduates are prepared to enter society with a quality education, ready to compete in the global arena.
The Willingboro High School stakeholders will increase student achievement by providing quality instruction focused on sustained increased student engagement.
We will consistently use research based, differentiated instructional practices, 
academic discourse and available technology to   frequently assess and monitor student learning.  
We will use the Common Core Standards and Willingboro Public Schools curriculum to develop instructional goals based on the needs of the learners we serve.
We will consistently reflect and evaluate instructional practices, participate in professional communities, communicate with families and participate in professional development opportunities to further ensure our ability to maintain 
an effective level of professionalism that maximizes the impact of instruction.  
We will clearly communicate expectations for academic and social interactions between all stakeholders to foster a climate that is conducive to learning.

Principal's Message

 Principal's Message 
Mrs. Kimberly B. Ash, Principal
It is with great pride and humility that I serve the Willingboro High School community. Being a part of the Chimera family is both an honor and a privilege.  
I fully commit my efforts to the transformation of our school into a thriving market place of learning where all stakeholders are free from obstacles that prevent or hinder positive social, emotional and intellectual growth.It is my goal to lead our school to Blue Ribbon status by partnering with faculty, staff and community members to realize goals that include, but are not limited to, these core standards: 
• Setting a widely shared vision for learning
• Developing a school culture and instructional program conducive to student learning  and staff professional growth
• Ensuring effective management of  the organization, operation, and resources for a safe, efficient, and effective learning environment  
• Collaborating with faculty and community members, responding to diverse community interests and needs, and mobilizing community resources
• Understanding, responding to, and influencing the political, social, legal,and cultural contexts
• Acting with integrity, fairness, and in an ethical manner 
I look forward to a year of great strides as our students glean from the efforts of our awesome team of educators.

Electronic Bookbag

Welcome to the WHS Electronic Book Bag.  Here you will find various communications from WHS administrative staff.  Please note: All electronic transmissions found here were also mailed or sent home with your student. 

 District HIB Policy 

Principal's Blogs

You must be a faculty/staff member and signed in to to see these pages.
Parents. sign up for a Schoolwires account by clicking on Register at the top right corner of this page. Follow the prompts to create a user account.  Once your account has been created, you can log in to the Principal's Parent Blog where you'll be able to view and submit comments.  Comments will be  posted upon approval.