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Welcome to Whitney High School!

Congratulations Mr. Collins Secondary Teacher of the Year!

Superintendent Roger Stock and members of the district cabinet surprised Mr. Scott Collins in his class to honor him for being named as the Secondary Teacher of the Year for Rocklin Unified School District (RUSD). Mr. Collins was nominated by WHS staff members and selected by the district.
Please join us in congratulating Mr. Collins!

Pennies for Patients

Pennies for Patients is a donation program in which schools and businesses may participate to help raise funds for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Monday, February 1st and running through Tuesday, February 16th, students can bring in coins or any size donation and leave them in a drop box located in every classroom.
Thank you for your support. Every donation counts!

Cash for Chrome Books

The Whitney High PTC is asking your financial support in order to purchase a “chrome cart” (a portable cart and 36 chrome books).
The teachers at Whitney High school have expressed a need for another cart on campus; therefore, these chrome books and cart will be donated to Whitney High School and will be used by your students in classrooms all across the campus.
Our goal is to raise $13,000
Cash or checks (payable to WHS PTC) can be mailed to WHS or dropped off in the front office.
Donations are being collected from February 1 - February 26.
Any questions, please email
Click Here for printable information

Tickets Still Available for SGN Bunco Fundraiser

Gather your friends and enjoy a night of Bunco and gourmet desserts. All proceeds benefit the Sober Grad Night (SGN) Party for our seniors. Please consider making a donation if you can't attend. Tickets may be purchased on the SGN website. Thank you for your support to provide a safe and fun evening for our graduates!

Date: Friday, February 19
Time: 7pm-10pm
Where: Whitney Ranch House,
851 Old Ranch House Road, Rocklin
Cost: $20

Spring Club Rush


Unified Sports Basketball Game

Whitney will be playing Rocklin in a Unified Sports Basketball Game sponsored by the Special Olympics on Thursday, February 25 from 6-8pm in the WHS Large Gym.
Come support and see these students shine!  
Watch the video to see an example of this special event.

Musical: Thoroughly Modern Millie

Set in the roaring 1920's, small-town girl Millie Dillmount has just arrived in New York City, ready to make her dreams come true. Her plan is simple: find a job as a secretary for an eligible bachelor, and then marry him, love has nothing to do with it. What could possibly go wrong? Enter the era where the parties are longer, the skirts and hair are shorter, women are voting and Speakeasy's litter the city
Dates & Times:
Thursday, 2/25 at 7pm
Friday, 2/26 at 7pm
Saturday, 2/27 at 2pm and 7pm
Wednesday, 3/2 at 7pm
Thursday, 3/3 at 7pm
Friday, 3/4 at 7pm
Saturday, 3/5 at 7pm
$12 Adults
$8 Seniors/Students w/ASB
$8 Children under 12
Purchase Tickets Online Here or at the Door

2016 - 2017 Class Scheduling

The Counselors will be visiting classes for each grade level for presentations to
discuss graduation 
requirements, college entrance requirements, and course options for the next school year. Students will be receiving their scheduling forms to fill out (must have teacher stamp/signature for approval for Advanced, Honors, AP, Math, or Science classes) and bring home to parents to approve/sign. Below are the dates for the presentations and when forms are due to counseling department.
Juniors - Jan 20 and 21
Sophomores - Jan 27 and 28 
Freshman - Feb 3 and 4
Forms Due:
Juniors - Feb 5
Sophomores - Feb 5
Freshman - Feb 11
The Counseling Department will then be meeting with all students individually to review the form, check prerequisites, teacher stamps, and schedule them into their classes.  Below is the schedule.
Scheduling and Inputting into Classes:
Juniors - Feb 23- 26
Sophomores - March 8-11
Freshmen - March 15-18
For additional questions please visit the Counseling Department.

Class of 2020 - Current 8th Graders

The High School Counselors will be visiting Granite Oaks/Spring View Middle Schools the Week of March 1st to present information and course options to the Incoming Freshmen.
Students and Parents are encouraged to join us to learn more about WHS.
5:00 – 5:30 PMStudent Performances
(Short performances from AFJROTC, Music,
Theater, Dance and Cheer in Gym)
5:30 – 6:00 PMIncoming Freshman Parent Orientation
(Presentation by Administration and Counseling in Gym)
6:00 – 7:00 PMVisit Academic, Athletic and Club Tables
(Talk with Teachers, Coaches and Student Representatives at tables in Gym and Cafeteria)
Registration and transfer forms and information will be available.

2016-2017 STARS Application (Class of 2017/2018 Only)

Students Teaching and Reaching Standards (STARS) is a cross-age tutoring class in which you are trained to be peer teachers in a classroom within the district, elementary through high school.  You will gain invaluable experience in the classroom and learn what it is like to be a teacher. 

If you are interested, please fill out the attached application and turn it into Mrs. Armas’s box in the front office by March 18.  

Once the applications have been reviewed, we will be scheduling interviews to select the STAR students for 2016-2017!


Thank you to those who have supported WHS by rewarding students through donations!
Bill Niece (Lyon Real Estate) Our most recent donor!
Round Table
Icing on the Cupcake
Blaze Pizza
So far this year, we have rewarded students for positive referrals, perfect attendance
and academic performance.  

If you are interested in contributing a donation, please fill out this form.  
A representative from Whitney High School will contact you within 48 hours.  

Please remember that all donations are tax deductible (form provided upon request).

SENIORS - Sober Grad Night

SENIORS, WHS Sober Grad Night Registration is $65
Go to for registration forms and payment details. Completed forms can be dropped off at the Student Store or the Front Office. Also, please visit and "like" the WHS Sober Grad Night (SGN) Facebook page, which has pictures and a video from previous events. Don't miss out on the all night celebration, June 2! 

2015-16 Yearbook

Yearbooks on sale now!
The 2015-16 WHS Yearbook is one you won't want to miss, complete with photos, stories and quotes of all Whitney happenings, from fine arts and clubs to sports, academic achievements, dances, rallies, spirit, Quarry Bowl, drama, band and more. With thousands of photos in full color, the book is truly a time capsule of the year. 

Can be ordered online on
or by filling out the attached form and returning to the Front Office or Ms. Nichols in C2
Please check the list outside C-2 to check to see if you ordered a yearbook.

Chasing the Sun, Virtual Heidi Run

Virtual Fun Run in memory of Heidi Greenwood, Rocklin High student and cross county runner.

The proceeds of this run benefit Rocklin/Whitney High School Cross-Country Scholarships.

Congratulations to Eric Leverenz the 2015 WHS recipient !
What does a Virtual Heidi Run mean? It means that those near and far will be able to participate in honoring Heidi and supporting the scholarship fund as well as other causes Heidi would support. 

How does the Virtual Run work? You’ll have the opportunity to order an awesome race t-shirt, with all of the proceeds still going to the high school cross-country scholarships in Rocklin, plus any extra funds being donated to a charitable cause that we’ll choose in Heidi’s honor.

Then during the month of March (in honor of her birthday), put on your t-shirt and get out and run (or walk)! Invite friends and family to join you and support the fundraiser and make it a party. Share how many miles you log and send us photos so we can fill social media with “Heidi love”, especially during the week of her birthday (March 2).

Whitney and Rocklin High schools will be running on March 2nd, Heidi’s birthday.  Participants willmeet at the Track at Whitney/Rocklin High at 3:15pm and run one mile together.  If you cant got out and run on the second of March you can still do your own run when you feel inspired to do so and donate to the scholarship fund by purchasing a shirt. 
Visit this link to order a t-shirt and support the scholarship. 
For more information please visit

Parking Restrictions

It is illegal for anyone without a permit from the neighborhood association to park north of campus in the Abilene Circle residences.
Starting immediately, unauthorized cars will be ticketed. Please notice the sign post notifications and do not park in that area. Thank you.

Free and Reduced Price Meal Program

Office Hours

Our administration office is open Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
A California Distinguished School

US News Silver medal: 
Best High Schools in America

Enrollment: 1941
Opened: Fall 2005
School Colors: Maroon and Vegas Gold
School Mascot: Wildcats


    • No School-Pres Day: 2/12-15
    • Thoroughly Modern Millie: 2/25-3/5
    • Showcase Night: 3/7
    • Jr. Prom Ticket Sales: 3/8-11
    • End of Third Quarter: 3/11
    • Sadies Week: 3/14-3/18
    • Sadies Dance: 3/18
    • No School-Spring Break: 3/21-25
    • No School-Staff Develop: 3/28


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Schoology, Edline, and Naviance

Schoology is an incredible resource for students and parents to stay up-to-date on course assignments and projects, receive notifications from teachers, submit homework, connect with classmates, and access useful resources. With Schoology, you will be able to connect to your classes from any device with an internet connection.
Teachers post grades on Edline throughout the year. Visit Edline often to see how you are doing in your classes at any time.
Explore college and career options with Naviance. "Strengths Explorer" helps uncover your strengths and talents. "Career Cluster Finder" helps you discover careers suited to your personality and interests. You can even submit college applications and high school transcripts.

Whitney High App


Whitney High School has an app! The app is free and designed for both student and parent use. You will find important links and you can link the events calendar directly to your phone calendar. Make sure you accept push notifications so we can send simple reminders and updates from the school directly to your phone. We think that you will find the app useful and we will continue to improve the app to meet both parent and student needs.



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