Students should research career options and training opportunities for after high school: job preferences, military opportunities, technical schools, junior colleges, colleges/universities, etc.
We hope the year is off to a great start for your student! Please do not hesitate to contact any staff member at
Winnebago High School as questions or concerns come up during the school year. As Academic Advisors, we will be happy to discuss concerns that you have in regard to your student’s progress, school experience, future plans, and etc.
The Internet is the best way to get information. Many organizations and colleges are not even sending out information on paper.
The Internet is such a valuable tool in fact, much of the information that comes into the Advising Office is by email
or by letter that directs us to websites. Even colleges and training programs have stopped printing information
WHS Academic Advisor's encourage parents to review your student’s 4-year plan worksheet located on page 21 of the Course Description book and to discuss the course plan for the remaining years of high school.
Attached is the form to request a transcript from Winnebago CUSD #323.
Applications for colleges, technical schools, and training programs should be completed early in the first semester of senior year online. Students who are accepted to a four-year college/university have until May 1 of senior year to accept or deny offers.
To determine if a transportation fee is assessed for your address, please download and review the Transportation Hazard and Walk Boundary Map links listed below. These boundaries are specific to the school your child attends. Eligibility may change based on your address and the school they attend.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has launched Parent Portal, an encyclopedic website with links to information from all areas of CDC. "The portal is a source for credible, accurate information in helping parents raise healthy kids and provide a safe home and community," according to the CDC.