Williamsport Area High School

Welcome to the Williamsport Area High School

 

Upcoming Events

Stay in the know about what’s going on with our calendar of events. Join us and share our Millionaire pride!

VIEW CALENDAR
September
Drum corps season doesn't end with the DCI World Championships in August, as the Drum Corps Associates World Championships are set to take place over Labor Day Weekend at WAHS.
Start: 8:00 AM
September
Tournament of Bands (TOB) provides a competitive arena for marching bands. Hundreds of bands compete in field shows from September through November.
Start: 6:00 PM
September
Come (home to) cheer on the Millionaires as they go up against the Scranton Knights in this year's Homecoming game!
Start: 7:00 PM
September
Tournament of Bands (TOB) provides a competitive arena for marching bands. Hundreds of bands compete in field shows from September through November.
Start: 6:00 PM
October
All junior and senior high school bands and band directors in Lycoming County will come together at to perform their best half time shows.
Start: 6:00 PM
October
Come check out our Marching Millionaires as they continue the tradition of performing in the annual Mummers' Parade!
Start: 2:00 PM

Recent News

Stories and achievements about our students and staff doing amazing things in the classroom and community.

VIEW ALL NEWS
Image for 4 Selected to Receive 2018 Distinguished Alumni Awards
The Williamsport Area School District Education Foundation (WASDEF) has named four Williamsport Area High School alumni who will receive its 2018 Distinguished Alumni awards.
Image for WASD to Receive Up to $1M for College and Career Readiness Program
WASD it will receive upwards of $1 million in grant funding over a three-year period to implement the National Math and Science Initiative’s College Readiness Program at WAHS.
Image for Congratulations to the WAHS Class of 2018!
Williamsport Area High School's 2017-2018 academic year has just ended, and what a year it was.
Image for WAHS Seniors Featured on Billboards Honor Their Influential Teachers
Four WAHS seniors represented their classmates on a series of billboards each week since May 14 on the digital display along Market Street just off the Carl E. Stotz Little League Memorial Bridge.
Image for WASD Honors, Bids Farewell to 33 Retirees
The Williamsport Area School District bid farewell to its 34 retirees tonight during a reception honoring the more than 689 years of collective experience departing the district.

Preparing your child for his or her future

No matter if your child has been in our district since day one in kindergarten, or has transferred from another school district, Williamsport Area School District helps your child discover his or her interests and hone his or her skills. We also help prepare him or her for the next journey toward a career upon graduation.

Willliamsport Area High School continues to build upon a strong curricular foundation of math, English, science, and social studies and affords students opportunities to become involved in many activities. This exposure to various interest areas helps to create a well-rounded individual. Furthermore, WAHS presents your child with many options to try, including adademic, skills/technical, artistic and musical pursuits as your student discovers his or her own career path.

WAHS graduates throwing caps in air
1421
Students
115
Faculty
585
Students in Career & Technology Education courses
102
Students participating in Penn College NOW dual enrollment courses

The Road to Self-Discovery

High school is a twisting, turning road that has its share of both smooth riding and rough roads. Students, parents and the school work together to help students navigate the path that’s right for them. Students grow as they go forward in their pursuit of learning—no matter what it is that they learn—or how they learn it. From traditional curriculum coursework, to music, the arts, or hands-on skills training, Williamsport Area High School has it all.


A Supportive Journey

Our teachers and administration have a vested interest in our students, and we will do all that we can to help them succeed. Academic support for children of all aptitudes is readily available. Our guidance department welcomes opportunities to talk with students and parents about planning and preparing for life after graduation, available options, and so much more. We also offer support services for families even if the issue isn’t school related to help children focus on school. If you ever have a question about your child’s school performance, or if you need some advice, a phone call can help you find the answers you need. See our faculty and staff directory.