Congratulations to Washingtonville High School senior Joseph Whittle, who was awarded 3rd place out of all participants from varying Orange County high schools.
Washingtonville is nestled in the iconic Hudson Valley, just west of the Hudson River and 60 miles north of New York City. It is the home of the Brotherhood Winery and only 20 minutes from West Point and Woodbury Commons. Our residents are passionate about their schools, which shows in the support they give each year to our academic, athletic, and arts programs.
Washingtonville offers Pre-K through Grade 12, serves a population of over 4,500 students, and is composed of three elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. The District is among the highest graduation rates in Orange County at 93 percent, 13 percentage points above the New York State average.
The WHS 21st Century Media Studies class recently learned about Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality applications, thanks to their classmate Ryan Sanchez’s project.
Kudos to Washingtonville High School student Andrew Marchese for winning his second consecutive Section IX Wrestling Championship! In addition, he won his 100th High School match.
The youngsters enjoyed an exciting presentation delivered by a representative from Mad Science, which specializes in the provision of unique science experiences and enrichment activities.
To purchase tickets, please visit https://whsdrama.ludus.com/index.php. Here is a sneak peek of what you'll see at the show!
The Washingtonville High School Boys Swimming and Diving team dove right in at the Section 9 finals on Saturday, February 22.
In the Kindergarten wing, students completed various activities including stacking cups, painting, creating an older version of themselves, licking lollipops, and completing 100 exercises.
The students, who are in Grades 10 to 12, have constructed Ferris wheels, swings, and more using Hummingbird Robotics Kits, which are comprised of lights, sensors, and motors, and allow students to build a robot out of any material.
The collection was started in honor of Valentine's Day, asking families and staff members to "show their love" to a homeless pet.
During a recent home game, the Washingtonville High School Girls Varsity Basketball team honored its senior players.