Student Life

Student Services

A variety of services are available to students at WLHS to help further academic growth.

Student Services

List of 8 items.

  • English Language Learners (ELL) Resource Center

    The English Language Learner (ELL) Resource Center will provide support for students desiring to become more proficient in the English language. Specifically for the international student program, ELL is also for domestic students from families with limited English speaking emphasis at home. One-on-one assistance can be for reading, writing and also vocabulary needed for history, science and the Christian health and wellness courses.
  • Extended Learning Center

    The Extended Learning Center operates as part of the WLHS Guidance Department and is available to freshmen in need of academic assistance, with an emphasis on promoting student independence through improved study skills. The Extended Learning Center monitors the progress of all students throughout their freshman year.
  • Guidance

    Just as high school is a time for personal growth, it is also a time for professional growth. That is why the Guidance Department at WLHS is equipped with the people and programs to help students plan for life after graduation. Not only does the staff in the Guidance Office supply students with career exploration workshops and career searches, they also provide assistance to students in need of extra help with study skills.
  • Library

    The WLHS Library/Media Center exists to provide support to our curriculum. We welcome students and encourage research and reading. The center has a variety of reference and research materials, other publications, and  educational videos and DVD's. LMC rules  include being quiet, having no food and  drink, and being curteous to others.
    The Library/Media Center is open Monday through Friday, 7:15 AM to 4:00 PM throughout the school year.
  • Resource Center

    The Resource Center provides academic support to all sophomore, junior, and senior students. The Resource Center instructors teach appropriate strategies to help students reach their full potential through academic support and study skills enhancement. National Honor Society students volunteer as peer tutors in the center.
  • Stewards Lab

    The Wisco Stewards Lab is open between 7:15 AM and 3:30 PM on regular school days. The lab contains 34 computer work stations that operate on the Windows 7 platform and have a wide variety of software installed, including Microsoft Office 2013, Adobe Creative Cloud, and PLTW software.  
    Students may use the lab to print black and white copies for free, or color copies for $0.25 a page. 
  • Student Aides

    Student Aides assist various offices with a variety of tasks. The time spent doing this is in place of a study hall.
  • Writing Center

    The Writing Center, located in the Wisco Stewards Lab, offers assistance with various aspects of writing across the curriculum. Faculty members are available to assist students with all aspects of the writing process.