Welcome to Woodside High School! We are looking forward to having you and your student join us next year as part of the Wildcat community. In order for us to provide a smooth transition for your student, we have provided the steps for the enrollment process.
Step 1: Address Verification
All NEW students must first complete address verification with the Sequoia Union High School District. Please use the link below for the form and complete instructions.
Step 2: Complete Registration Forms
If your student is coming from one of our public feeder school partners, your registration process will be completed through your middle school.
Students coming from outside our public feeder school area, including all private schools, please use the links below to complete and save the registration forms.
Step 3: Collect Required Supporting Documents
Step 4: Submit all forms and documents
All forms are submitted to the school registrar - Ms. Medina at firstname.lastname@example.org or can be dropped off at the Counseling office in C-1 from 8-3 M-F.
Once you submit all forms, Ms. Medina, will contact you to finalize your student’s registration and course selection. If you have any questions please contact her at 650-367-9750 ext. 40097 or email.
Please look over our course offerings and enjoy our electives video.
Step 5: Choose Courses Please follow the steps below in order to complete course selection by April 13, 2022.
Log in to this website to choose courses.
Remember that to complete registration, students need to choose a science and physical education (PE) course.
PE: Students have a choice between regular PE and PE Dance. If your student's choice is regular PE nothing further needs to be done. If your student chooses PE Dance, your student should enter it as an alternative elective. That will trigger the school to make the change.
Science: Students have a choice between Physics or Biology. Both courses are equal in terms of college preparedness. Physics at the freshman level would be considered more hands-on. Biology meets the life science requirement, where Physics meets the physical science requirement. Traditionally, most students will take a Biology course in high school.
Please see the course catalog for course descriptions.
Press the button below to see videos of individual electives.