WHS News

  • Band and Colorguard Competition Season

    The Willis High School Band and Colorguard are on the go with October being competition season. Recently competing in the Friendswood Marching Festival, Galena Park Marching Festival and Lone Star Preview they represented our community very well as they brought home awards in each contest.

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District News

  • January MVP - Dakotah Epple

    Dakotah Epple, a second grade teacher at Turner Elementary, was named District MVP for January and honored at the board meeting.

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  • Elementary Student of the Month Honored

    Tanner Lucius, a fifth grade student at Turner Elementary, was honored by the school board as the Elementary Student of the Month for January. His teacher Mrs. Durrenberger recognized him for his hard work and kindness.

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  • Secondary Student of the Month

    Audrey Roberts, an eighth grade student at Brabham Middle School, was named the district's Secondary Student of the Month at the January Board Meeting. She was honored by her teacher Ms. Richter.

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  • School Board Recognition Month

    January is School Board Recognition Month, and Willis ISD is taking time this month to say thank you to our board members for their dedication and commitment to Willis ISD students and the Willis Community. Pictured left to right from top: Cliff Williams, Michelle Bischof, Kyle Hoegemeyer, Sue Ann Powell, Christen Arnold. Seated from left: Robin Sproba, Tim Harkrider, Rebecca Broussard.

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  • Health and Wellness Fair

    Save the Date for the District Health & Wellness Fair, Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020 from 9-11am at Willis High School. The event is free and open to all parents, students, staff members and the community at large. Vendors of all kinds will be on hand to share the resources and services they have to offer. Sample healthy food by our Willis High School Culinary Arts students, have fun with some home exercise lessons by our PE instructors, and more. 

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  • Stop the Bleed! Training

    Stop the Bleed! Training is being offered for students in grades 7-12 Monday, Feb. 17, 2020 from 8-10am. Click to headline to view more information.

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  • Willis High School Top Ten Students Named

    We are proud to announce Willis High School’s top ten students for the Class of 2020.Congratulations to: Vivian Ortiz, Cali Barlow, Peyton Payne, Lily Utecht, Elena Yanez, Reece Harkrider, Isabella Sunquist, Grace Hoegemeyer, Sloane Veronico and Cameryn Sebastian.

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  • Willis ISD Addressing Student Vaping

    The use of e-cigarettes, or "vaping," is a rapidly growing and dangerous trend among young people around the country. Willis ISD is launching an anti-vaping initiative to address these concerns with students and parents.  We believe that parents and educators have a shared responsibility to shape our children’s future, including educating them about potential dangers and consequences. Superintendent Tim Harkrider released a letter to all parents on Monday, October 7, 2019. You can read the full letter, in English and Spanish, by clicking on the headline above to visit the resources page.

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  • Willis ISD Earns “B” in TEA’s 2019 A-F Accountability Rating System

    Willis ISD has earned an overall rating of “B” in TEA’s preliminary 2019 Accountability Ratings. The district earned an overall score of 85.

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Advanced Academics Night

  • Parents and students of the class of 2022 interested in advanced coursework (DC & AP) junior year.  Please come out to  Advanced Academics Night:

    Advanced Placement (AP) /

     Dual Credit (DC)

     When: Monday, January 27, 2020

    6:00 p.m.

     Where: Performing Arts Center (PAC)

    This is for all students who want to take advanced classes beginning their junior year. 

19-20 Exemption Procedure

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