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All Wildcats Wildcat Welcome Days in the new gym Students will receive class schedule after successfully completing all steps of Wildcat Welcome Days Freshmen attend with a parent: Saturday, August 13 Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors (parents welcome, too!): Tuesday, August 16. Grade 12 9:00am-10:30am Grade 11 10:30am-12:00pm Grade 10 1:30-3:30 Students will receive class schedule after successfully completing all steps of Wildcat Welcome Days

Welcome to Woodside High School

Polynesian Dance

April Rally

Spring Musical-Freaky Friday

Music Department Winter Concert

Homecoming Dance-outdoors

Homecoming Rally 2021


Art Boom 2022

WHS Orchestra

Saxophonist Benjamin

student photography

student photography

Photo by student Vinnie Vierra



Wildcat Welcome Days
The Big Read Summer Link
2022-2023 Bell Schedule
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2022-2023 Bell Schedule
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For AS and AP Classes

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For AS and AP Classes

Please click on the class name for the link to the assignment for your class. No classes require a textbook this summer.
The following AP classes do not have a summer assignment:
AP Computer Science A-HP
AP Computer Science Principles-HP
AP Calculus BC-HP
AP Physics C: Mechanics-HP
AS Chemistry - HP
AP Spanish Language & Culture-HP
AP Latin-HP
AP Mandarin Language & Culture-HP
Prospective Students and Parents/ Futuros Estudiantes y Padres

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Prospective Students and Parents/ Futuros Estudiantes y Padres

Woodside HS's Future Wildcat Information Night Webinar was Wednesday, October 27th, 2021 from 7:00-8:30PM.
Future Wildcat Info Night offers a wonderful opportunity for parents and 8th graders to get to know Woodside High School. The evening highlights the strengths of our academic programs and positive social community with a welcome from our principal, admin team, head counselors, department chairpeople, a student panel, and information about key programs highlighting the 4 A's: academics, activities, the arts and athletics. We look forward to welcoming the Class of 2026 to Woodside High School!
Given the virtual format this year, department slides with information about the 9th-grade curriculum and pathways, as well as a full recording of the webinar are available below:
RWC Boys & Girls Club

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RWC Boys & Girls Club

The Boys and Girls Club has all kinds of programs to support you academically, socially, and vocationally. 
Click HERE for the application and information.


No log-in needed once it goes live (10:00am June 3, 2022)
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Woodside Creates

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Culinary Arts


2021 Winter Concert

Drama Department presents Stage Door

Student Photography

Student TV Broadcast

Digital Art

I Am Woodside Video

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Student Learning

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Group Presentations

Art Booms

Students Learning Spanish

AVID Students Working Together


Working Together to Problem Solve

Course Catalog

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Welcome to Woodside High School

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Welcome to Woodside High School

Woodside High School is a fully-accredited, comprehensive four-year secondary school that has been serving the communities of the mid-Peninsula since 1958. The 34-acre campus is one of four comprehensive campuses in the Sequoia Union High School District. The District's total student population is approximately 8,000, with approximately 1,800 of those at Woodside.

Each school year is two semesters totaling 39 weeks of learning, and students follow a rotating block schedule with 95-minute classes every other day.  Most students enroll in six courses each semester.
Our student-to-teacher ratio is 26:1. Forty-five percent of our 114 certificated staff have a Master's degree.

Our mission is to provide opportunity that matches privilege. Over its half-century, Woodside High School has emerged as one of the most dynamic and diverse comprehensive high schools on the San Francisco Peninsula. We have been listed in Magazine's list of top high schools, and offer one of the most rigorous advanced placement and college preparatory programs in the region.

Why Sequoia Union High School District?

The mission of the Sequoia Union High School District is to engage and prepare all students to excel in a global society. The Sequoia Union High School District will provide a rigorous, engaging, and comprehensive instructional program with strong supports to prepare all students for high standards of academic achievement and future career opportunities.