Parent survey: 

Upcoming Whitmore Charter High School Dates to Remember:

  • 5/1-Drama II Rehearsal (4:00PM-6:00PM; Multipurpose Room).
  • 5/2-Drama II Rehearsal (4:00PM-6:00PM; Multipurpose Room).
  • 5/3-HS Drama Performance (6:30PM; Multipurpose Room).
  • 5/4-HS Drama Performance (6:30PM; Multipurpose Room).
  • 5/7-5/10-Outdoor Education.
  • 5/8-Campus Awakening (12:30PM; Room 12).
  • 5/9-PAC Meeting (8:15AM;Room 11)
  • 5/10-NHS Dodgeball Game (4:00PM; Multipurpose Room).
  • 5/11-K-12 Dance Recital (5:30PM & 7:00PM; MJC).
  • 5/12-Prom (6:00PM-10:00PM; Evanshire Gardens)
  • 5/16-High School Career Fair (8:30AM-10:30AM; Multipurpose Room).
  • 5/16-Writers Club (12:30PM; Room 12).
  • 5/17-Springfest (6:30PM; Multipurpose Room).
  • 5/17-PBC Meeting (9:00AM-11:00AM; Room 11).
  • 5/23-Senior Awards Night ( 6:00PM-8:00PM; Ceres Community Center).
  • 5/23 & 5/24-Device and Textbook Collection (Library).
  • 5/24-Softball Game (4:00PM-5:00PM; WCHS Field).
  • 5/25-High School Graduation (6:00PM; Central Valley HS Gym).
  • 8/13-High School Back to School Night (5:00PM-7:00PM).
  • 8/15-First Day of School.

About Us

Whitmore Charter High School

Whitmore Charter High School is designed for families who are seeking innovative education for their families. Families are offered the opportunity to design their child’s education through a combination of online, on-site and home school learning. All families are assigned a credentialed Advisory teacher to help guide them through curriculum, instruction, assessment, and the overall High School experience.

On-line and on site classes are taught by WCHS credentialed teachers. On site classes are offered Monday through Thursday from 8:00 through 4:00 p.m. Classes are A-G certified. (For more information please reference our on-site catalog of courses and schedule for details.).  A variety of home school, online, and on site elective opportunities include classes in Art, Sign Language, Spanish, Drama, Music, Dance, Leadership, Yearbook, and many others. Opportunities, such as participating in Interact or National Honor Society, help to provide social interactions and academic experiences. WCHS’s Wolf Den provides a structured, supervised setting for students to interact socially and get schoolwork done. A Parent Resource Center is useful for families in sharing ideas, gathering resources, and providing a place to work. This unique school provides a rich opportunity for parents and students who are who desire more choice in their academic pursuits.