Winter Haven High School


Report cards can be picked up from the main office. Please remember that the office is closed every Friday.

Beginning with the 18-19 school year there will be a district-wide MANDATORY ID policy. All students will be required to wear an ID badge at all times on campus. The first ID will provided to students at no cost. More information will be posted as it becomes available.

PEP Healthy Eating Program Internship/$10,000 College Scholarship application. Click the link below for more information:

Polk County Public Schools will NOT be imposing a district-wide ban on backpacks and lunchboxes, and will NOT be requiring clear backpacks or lunchboxes for the 2018-19 school year.
We hope this information will be helpful for families as you shop for school supplies and prepare for the new school year.
Please know that we will continue to work with our law enforcement partners to keep our campuses safe. For more information on our new School Safety Guardian program, please visit

Reserved Varsity Football ticket sales for returning fans (renewals) will be July 24, 26, and 31 from 2-4 in the main office. Reserved Varsity Football ticket sales for ALL fans will be August 15, 16, and 17 from 2-3 in the main office.


July 30th – August 3rd – 3-5 PM in the gym

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Click here schoolfor Summer reading lists and Summer assignments


“Run, Hide, Fight”-A Response to School Violence

We here at WHHS are proud of the level of safety on our campus. Please take a moment to view this video, as Polk County schools take another step to educate students, parents, and all other stakeholders on the important topic of keeping our campuses safe.

Parents and Students - Important Policy Notification

Parents and students, please be aware that there will be no checkouts after 1:00 p.m.

Students, please be aware that if you are caught leaving campus without permission it will result in an automatic 3 day OSS. (Out of school suspension).

Career Program

Career Connections is a partnership between WHHS and the Chamber of Commerce. We match our students to professionals and offices for the career in which the student has an interest. The student meets with the professional after school hours so it does not interfere with class time. It is a great opportunity for our students to gain an understanding of the specific career in which they have expressed interest.

Often our students have opinions/ views about particular careers and this is a way for them to talk to the person that is actually in the field and get advice and guidance. All they need to do to sign up is go to Nikki Jordan (Room: 36-214) and she will give them the paperwork to sign. Please help encourage this program, it really is a fantastic learning opportunity!