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Welcome to Whitney High School!

Summer Office Hours

Our administration building will be open various hours over summer break.

Graduation Ceremony

A video of the 2015 Whitney High School graduation ceremony is available for purchase for $12.00. For additional information, visit

Summer Work Permits

Students planning to work during the summer must obtain a work permit. A work permit may be obtained by contacting the Rocklin Unified School District office. All summer work permits expire the first week of school and students who continue to work after school begins will need to renew their work permit.

Official Transcript Requests

Over summer break you may find you need to obtain an official transcript to submit with college and scholarship applications. To request an official transcript during summer break, contact Mrs. Simpson, Registrar, at 632-6500, ext. 6427, or by email. Please provide the student's name and date of birth, as well as the name of the college and the address to which the official transcript should be mailed. There is a $1.00 fee for each official transcript. Mrs. Simpson will check her mail and voicemail periodically over the summer to fulfill official transcript requests.

Community Service

Summer is a great time for students to complete their 25 hours of community service to fulfill their graduation requirement. Submit a community service contract for each volunteer experience you complete to the College and Career Center. Students of the 2016 graduating class should have their 25 hours completed by August 18, 2015.

Schedule Pick Up

Schedules for the 2015-16 school year will be available for pick up as long as the student's emergency card has been thoroughly completed and all fees and debts have been paid. The schedule pick up process will begin at the attendance windows on the following days:
12th Grade     Monday, August 10 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
11th Grade Tuesday, August 11 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
10th Grade Wednesday, August 12     8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
9th Grade Friday, August 14 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
If you are unavailable (out of town, at work, etc.) on your pick up day, you may send a representative in your place as long as you have provided them the required documentation: your completed emergency card, payment for any fees and debts, and a note signed by you granting the representative permission to pick up your schedule. Otherwise, you may pick up your schedule in your homeroom on the first day of school, August 18. Homeroom lists will be posted all over campus on the first day of school.

Schedule Corrections

The Counseling Center has made every effort to match student needs with available classes for the 2015-16 school year. Students had ample opportunity to adjust their schedule; therefore, there should be no reason for a schedule change unless there is an error. Schedule corrections will only be made for the following reasons: 1) a student is enrolled in a class they have previously completed; 2) a student is enrolled in a class they are not eligible to take; 3) a course or period is duplicated; 4) a course prerequisite has been met or not met; and 5) a teacher has requested the correction. If your change meets these criteria, please go to the Counseling Center in the Administration Building on the following days:
12th Grade     Monday, August 10 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
11th Grade Wednesday, August 12     1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
10th Grade Wednesday, August 12 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
9th Grade  Friday, August 14 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Railroad Safety

California had the highest percentage of train casualties in the United States in 2013. Practice railroad track safety by crossing only at designated pedestrian or roadway crossings. Trains are heavy and take a long time to stop. Remember to stay alert, turn off music, and never try to beat a train across the tracks.

Senior Awards Night

Teachers and administrators gathered in the WHS Theater to recognize the accomplishments of 75 seniors. Students were honored with college, university, and community awards; military awards; awards for straight A’s all four years, perfect ACT/SAT scores, and perfect attendance; CSF Lifetime Members, AP scholars, the National Honor Society, National Merit Scholars, Whitney High School athletes of the year, assist-a-grad scholarships, distinguished scholars, valedictorians, and top cat awards. Congratulations!




Broadcasting Students Win Awards

Seniors Michael Abshear and Noah Spahn, and sophomores Beenish Farooqi and Natalie Monroe, attended the Directing Change awards ceremony on May 19. Abshear and Spahn placed first in our region and third in the state for a public service announcement about Mental Illness Awareness. Farooqi and Monroe placed first in our region and second in the state for a public service announcement about Suicide Prevention.

JROTC Holds Intramural Drill Meet

The JROTC held its annual Intramural Drill Meet in the WHS stadium. The senior cadets planned and executed the drill meet while the junior cadets orchestrated the "Pass In Review" parade which honored our seniors.

Forensic Science Students Stage Crime Scenes

Ms. Brun's Forensic Science students have been learning how to collect, preserve, and analyze criminal data all year and now they are putting their skills to the test. Students staged crime scenes, leaving clues such as blood and hair and handwriting samples for fellow students to solve the crimes.

Rocklin Unified School District Water Use

The District is working aggressively to reduce the use of water and to comply with the latest drought requirements. The District has been staying ahead of the restrictions by acting responsibly and aggressively. California is now into it’s fourth consecutive year of drought conditions and as a large water user, the District is tasked with managing this limited resource.

The District produced a “FAQ” sheet for the community, providing guidance on how to report problems with run off or damaged sprinklers. To read the “FAQ” sheet, CLICK HERE.

Class of 2019 Freshmen Orientation

Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten Press Release

Watch Live Events Streamed Online!

Watch live events, such as home football games, from the convenience of your own mobile device. 

Whitney High School has an App!

Whitney High School has an app!!!  WHS is so excited to announce that our school's app has gone live in both the iTunes and Google Play stores (links below).  The app is free and designed for both student and parent use.  You will find important links to schoology, edline and naviance  along with other school resources.  In the events calendar you can link the events directly to your phone calendar so that you don't miss any important meetings or X-Factor events.  Also, make sure that you accept for push notifications so that we can send simple reminders and u

pdates from the school directly to your phone.  We really think that you will find the app useful and we will continue to improve the app to meet both parent and student needs.

Financial Aid Night

Freshmen Parent Night Presentations


Click on the link below.
Log-in using your WHS Username and Password
View your account under the My Info Tab
Have any questions? 
Please email Mrs. Golditch at OR call (916) 632-6500, ext 6412.

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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


    • Senior Schedule Pick Up: August 10
    • Junior Schedule Pick Up: August 11
    • Sophomore Schedule Pick Up: August 12
    • Freshmen Orientation: August 14
    • First Day of School: August 18
    • Back to School Night: August 31
    • Class of 2019 Freshmen Showcase 

Naviance and Schoology

Explore college and career options with your student using Naviance. Use "Strengths Explorer" to uncover strengths and talents, "Career Cluster Finder" to discover groups of related careers suited to your personality and interests, and much more!

Access course materials and assignments from any device with an internet connection with Schoology for students and Schoology for parents.


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