Bonjour à tous !
WIHI's very own Tess Rouster is featured in a French newspaper for her work on an archaeological dig in France! You know those French kids, always being awesome and stuff.
She was also on a French television show featuring the kids on their dig... and on the radio...
WIHI students seem to impress everywhere they go.
Tuesday, May 28th is our final music concert of the year. It is at 7:00 pm at the Saline HS Ellen Ewing Center of the Performing Arts.
Admission is FREE! So please join us.
College Counseling Meeting Thursday May 30th, 7pm
Dear WIHI Families, John Boshoven, our new College Counselor, will be hosting a preliminary college interest meeting on the evening of May 30th in the WIHI Media Center at 7 pm. John is a Past Director for the National Association for College Admission Counseling, the Past President of the Michigan Association for College Admission Counseling (MACAC) and the Washtenaw Counseling Association. He serves as Counselor for Continuing Education at Community High School in Ann Arbor, Chair of the Ann Arbor Public Schools Counseling Department and Founding Director of College Counseling at the Frankel Jewish Academy of Metropolitan Detroit in West Bloomfield and has an active private college counseling practice. Look soon to the weekly newsletter, Facebook, and the WIHI blog for more information about the event.
Join the WIHI Theatre Enrichment this Friday and Saturday for the Spring Production of "You Can't Take it With You"
The WIHI Theater Enrichment will be presenting You Can't Take it With You Friday and Saturday at 7:00 PM in the WIHI Cafeteria.
This classic comedy of about a loving but eccentric family is sure to please family members of
WIHI students have a reputation for academic achievement, but our students also excel in community and athletic pursuits.
Recently, WIHI student Lauryn Hill was featured in an annarbor.com article about Lincoln's growing softball team.
Way to go, Lauryn.
On Monday, April 22, WIHI received notice from the International Baccalaureate Board that the Washtenaw International High School has been accepted as an official IB Diploma Authorized World School. This is a significant step forward for our school, students and the Washtenaw community. Congratulations to all!
Information on the IB Diploma Programme can be found here.
Click here for information and to sign up to attend the First Annual WIHI Music Program Spaghetti Dinner, to be held from 6:00 - 8:30 tonight at FUMC of Ypsilanti, 209 Washtenaw Ave.
In addition to supporting the music program, you will enjoy live music from the WIHI Jazz Band and The Easy Street Jazz Quartet.
Earlier this week, the Public Policy and Grant Writing Enrichment met with the John Heiftje, the mayor of Ann Arbor, MI. They asked some insightful questions about politics, elections, and public services, and - of course -did a wonderful job representing WIHI.