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Welcome to the Windham High School Website

Here you can find information about our Windham High “Community of Learners”. Please take a few moments to explore our school by connecting to pages that might be of interest to you.  

Our faculty page contains links to the web site of each teacher. Their sites list contact information, course information, and may include assignments, handouts, and links to sites or information that students might need. 

We communicate with parents and others using a monthly newsletter. See recent newsletters below for information about what’s going on here at WHS. Other information that comes up in between newsletters is also sent out electronically. Please consider subscribing to our “ListServe”.

Infinite Campus Access requires a user id and password. This information can be obtained from Student Services at the High School.

The Windham High School Girls Cross Country team has been awarded the Class A West "Good Sportsmanship" banner for their work this fall.  Jeff and the girls will be competing this Saturday in Belfast at the state meet and will receive this honor.


Parent/Teacher Conferences are scheduled for Thursday, March 19, 3:30-8:00 p.m.  Please follow the PTCFast link to sign up for each of your child's teachers.  Please note that some teachers may have changed their scheduled times/days to resolve scheduling conflicts.

During parent conferences, members of the Student Services Department will be offering mini (30 minutes max.) workshops on the topics listed:

   3:30 and 6:00     Post-secondary Planning (including information about PSAT/SAT/Accuplacer and the role of testing)

   5:00 and 7:30     What is NAVIANCE? What tools has my son/daughter used and how can I help with: researching careers, colleges, building resumes, etc.

   4:00 and 7:00     AP/Early College/Virtual High School and other options for enriched learning opportunities

    4:30 and 6:30    What are the offerings at WRVC and PATHS ? What are the pros and cons of attending?


School Trips 2014-15

California--Miss Rush is planning an 8-day California trip for students at the end of June 2015.  We will be visiting San Francisco, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, and San Diego.  Stop by room 130 to pick up a more specific itinerary.

England--Always wanted to be a bit British?  Calling all interested parties to an informational meeting to learn about the fabulous April 2015 trip to England where we will visit London, Canterbury, the Lake District, Bath, Yorkshire, Oxford, Stratford-on-Avon, and much more!  Slots are filling!  If you would like more info, please see Mrs. Guy in Room 120.

School Trips 2015-16


An Educational Tour of: Walt Disney World & Harry Potter World at Universal
Windham High School has partnered with Brightspark Travel, experts in organizing educational tours, to create a fantastic opportunity
for teachers, students, and parents. The Magic of Storytelling Tour has been developed for high school students, with the purpose of
expanding their understanding and appreciation of the art and science of storytelling.  Click here for more information.



Congratulations to all: WHS Boys Swim Team has won 2014 MPA Sportsmanship Banner.  Ali Wintle is Class A State Champion in the High Jump.  WHS Girls Basketball Team advanced to semi-finals on Friday 7:30pm and faces Cheverus at Civic Ctr, $8 for adults & $5 students.  Windham High School was listed by Newsweek in the top 2000 high schools in the country, currently rated 1828. (click here for the list)  Congratulations!  Windham High School Senior CiAnne Plummer is now Nationally Qualified in the racewalk and is ranked 10th Nationwide.  Note: For updated daily high school athletic schedules, call 892-1810, press option 5 and then option 1.   Hooray for Windham High School's Alpha and Beta Teams who competed in the Maine State Science Olympiad Competition at USM in Gorham.  Students prepared since October; building, studying & practicing labs and we have a HUGE list of achievements to celebrate.  (Click here for the full list!!) Hooray for Becca Keenan and Windham High School Cheerleaders, featured on WGME Channel 13. (Click here to view the segment.)  Congratulations to Deb Lebel, she was selected as New England Coach of the Year by NSCAA; also she was mentioned in the Dec 30 Sports Illustrated for her contributions to Soccer!!   (Click here for article on Deb Lebel )  Windham High School was mentioned in Bangor Daily News article re: solidifying ties between business opportunity and WHS. (click here for the article) Congratulations to Kelli Deveaux as she was named 2014 Assistant Principal of the Year! She will be honored at MPA in March 2014 & recognized by the National Assn in April 2014. Hooray for Deb Lebel, WHS Girls Varsity Soccer Coach has been selected by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) as the Maine "large school" Coach of the Year.  By receiving this honor Deb is now on the ballot and eligible for the New England recognition and possibly nationally!  WHS Principal Chris Howell is interviewed yielding a great overview of:  Proficiency Based Diplomas and Standards Based Grading (please click here)  Hooray for RSU 14 - Each varsity team qualified for tournament play!  Congratulations - HS boys cross country received the SMAA West Sportsmanship Award. Coach Wally Leblanc was recognized by the soccer coaches & league officials for outstanding sportsmanship during the season! Congratulations to Jeff Riddle for being recognized as "Coach of the Year" in the SMAA for boys cross country.  CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER TEAM WHO CAPTURED THE CLASS A STATE TITLE!! The WHS Outing Club is featured in this Maine Outdoor Film Festival video (click here to watch) Congratulations to Dr. Rick Nickerson for becoming one of 217 quarterfinalists in the first ever Music Educator Award Ceremony presented by the Recording Academy & Grammy Foundation! (click here for details) Windham High School was listed by Newsweek in the top 2000 high schools in the country, currently rated 1828. (click here for the list)