Wolverine News


     Wolverine News 2016/2017

    Wolverine Logo

    “Start a Ripple-Make a Wave!"



    WHS Graduation - June 16, 2017


    Clint Ware Memorial Stadium



    WHS Prom Court 2017


    2017 Prom Court  



    From left to right: Matt Counsellor, Noah Crouch, Dylan Scott, Brice Monefeldt, King Zechariah Johnson, Queen Kayla Gantz, Rebecca Boucher, Tori Hart, Samantha Malone, Gabrielle Hastings


    Prom King and Queen




    Bernard Rufinus and Family   


    May 21, 2017-  Bernard Rufinus was honored as the NJSIAA Scholar Athlete Luncheon at Pines Manor for Woodstown High School. Ms. Bramante, along with his parents accompanied him to the luncheon.  Bernard is ranked number two in his class and competes in Boys’ Cross Country and Tennis.





    Art is Cool  


    Art is Cool

    Mannington Contest Winners




    Chick Osborn  


    For over 25 years Chick Osborn has been speaking to all of the US II classes at Woodstown High School on his experiences during the Vietnam War.  The students have been able to receive first hand information for two days during their history classes.  The students from Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Knorr and Mrs. Knight’s history classes have benefitted from this experience.  We appreciate his time spent with us and appreciate his dedication to our students.  Thank you Mr. Osborn for your service to our country.





    Giving Back Scholarship Recipient


     Woodstown High School is proud to announce that freshman Katelyn Harvey has been selected as a Give Something Back Foundation scholarship recipient, the only one in Salem County.  Katelyn is eligible for a full scholarship to a partner university upon successful completion of the program.  Mrs. Strachan, her school counselor, will serve as her mentor for the duration of her time at Woodstown.  The Give Something Back Foundation helps students get the guidance and financial support they need to complete a college degree at one of their partner universities in four years, with no cost for tuition and fees or room and board.  The process begins freshman year for eligible students who demonstrate




    May Wolverines  


    May Wolverines 2017

    Charlotte Petitdemange and Zachary Wang



    June Wolverines  


    June Wolverines 2017

    Kathryn Hatchell and Zachary Telsey



    May Rotarian  

    May Rotarian

    Alexa Worrell


    June Rotarian  

    June Rotarian

    Gabrielle Scardino



    Girls State 2017  

    2017 Girls’ State

    Delegates & Alternates


    Boys State 2017

    2017 Boys’ State

     Delegates & Alternates


     NJ Scholars 2017

    NJ Scholars 2017 

    Jake Rattigan and Mackenna Brody



    Girls Career Institute 2017

     Girls' Career Institute 2017

    Delegates and Alternates



    RYLA 2017

    RYLA 2017

    Delegates and Alternates



    Isabel and Dr Hoopes  

    Isabel Gallatig and Dr. Hoopes


    Congratulations to Isabel Gallatig as she was selected as a finalist for

    the Diverse Minds Writing Challenge.  Below is the letter Isabel received

    from Laura Jester the Program Manager.  Congratulations to Isabel and we

    wish her the best of luck as her book goes on for final judging.



    Dear Isabel,


    Thank you for participating in the 2017 Diverse Minds Writing Challenge

    hosted by B’nai B’rith International! We greatly appreciated the time and

    effort that you put into creating your book, I Must Be the Only One.


    I am pleased to announce that your submission has been selected as one of

    the Top Ten Finalists for the Atlantic City Electric Region (Southern New

    Jersey) Contest!  As a Top Finalist, you ­ and your family, teacher and

    principal - will be invited to attend the Award Presentation Event where

    B’nai B’rith will announce the top winners, present the scholarship

    prizes, and reveal the first-place, published book to the community.


    Top finalists’ submissions are on their way to a formal judging panel ­

    comprised of prominent community members, educators, local officials and

    industry leaders - who will carefully review each submission and cast his

    or her vote for those placing first, second and third. The contest winners

    will be determined by the votes from all judging panel members.


    The Awards Presentation event will take place on June 6, in the evening,

    and will be hosted at the Atlantic City Electric in Mays Landing, New

    Jersey.  A formal invitation will be mailed to your home in the next few



    Thank you again for your participation in this contest ­ we hope that it

    allowed you to further explore issues of tolerance and diversity, while

    also encouraging creativity and storytelling. If you should have any

    questions, please email me back or feel free to call me at 323.308.0195.


    Congratulations again! I look forward to meeting you at the Award

    Presentation Event in June!


    All the Best,

    Laura Jeser

    Program Manager



    Graduation Information  



     Marks Run


    Senior Year End Schedule 2017



    Senior Schedule  


    Underclassman Year End Schedule 2017

    Underclassman Year End Schedule


     WHS Upstanders

     Upstanders - 2016



    Dr. Hoopes @ WMGK Radio Station

    Dr. Hoopes at WMGK Radio Station
    with Radio Personality Andre Gardiner
    Big News from The Student Store!
    We can now accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards!! If you wish to purchase this way, please fill out the appropriate information on the Online Order Form and email it
    to lynch.k@woodstown.org andwhsstudentstore@icloud.com. Thank you for your support of The Student Store!
    The Student Store:        

    The WHS School Store services primarily Woodstown High School, but we also provide services for the Woodstown community members, alumni, and students elementary and middle schools. Though the store has been up and running for many years, Mrs. Lynch and the students design all of the items in conjunction with a local graphic designer, so everything is original!  We are very proud to announce that a new store has been built for us, and is now entitled, the Wolverine Den.  This will allow us to vastly expand inventory to service our students, staff, and community better...We can customize designs for your Woodstown based team or business by request. 

      Yearbook Information

    All Students:  

    Didn’t buy a yearbook in the fall? Now is your last opportunity. We have a limited number for sale. If you would like to purchase one please see Ms. DuBois, in the guidance office, with $90. First-paid, first-served.

    We realize that during many of our events it is difficult to find parking, but it is important to note for all parents/visitors that parking in the fire lane is strictly prohibited.  We have been informed by the Reliance Fire Company and Woodstown Police Department that this needs to stop or tickets will be issued.  Please be reminded that if you are here for an event or at any time during the school day that you must be parked in an approved designated area or you may run the risk of having your car towed/ticketed or both.  We thank you for your cooperation in dealing with this difficult issue.  
      Bullying at WHS

    Woodstown High School continues the availability of an anonymous online reporting system for students and our staff to use in cases of bullying or harassment.  The form is easy to use and it will go directly to an administrator who can help to solve any of the issues that are listed.  Please go to our website at www.woodstown.org and click on the “Bullying Stops Here” logo.  Please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Richard Senor, Assistant Principal, directly at senor.r@woodstown.org should you have any questions related to this issue. 

    Keep abreast of important happenings at Woodstown High School - to access issues of the Principal's Newsletter, click on the link below. 
    Principal's Newsletter - May 2017
    Athletics schedules can be found on 
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