QAR Report

NCLB Schl Plan

Staff Info


WHS Counseling and Guidance new!!!

WHS Classes

WHS Library

WHS Curriculum





Mailing Address:
P.O Box 580
900 Colorado Ave
Winslow, AZ 86047

Physical Address:
600 E. Cherry Ave.
Winslow, AZ 86047


Winslow High School

Bulldog Messenger

Winslow High School Mission and Beliefs

It is the mission of Winslow High School to be a

Working professional learning community providing

High expectations for students through

Success oriented activities

We Believe:

• All students will have equal opportunities and be challenged to achieve their individual potential

• It is the professional learning community’s responsibility to develop the student’s potential in the areas of academics, career awareness, cultural appreciation, physical well being, social development and community contribution

• Modeling the appropriate attitude and behavior is a shared responsibility of the teachers, parents and community.

• Professional learning communities promote a safe and comfortable environment which enhances student learning.

Click here to go to the AIMS Report Maker - this site is run by ADE and has no association with the school or district.

Click here to go to the WHS Alumni web site - this site is run by alumni and has no association with the school or district.

Principal Chris Gilmore (928) 288-8100
Assistant Principal Justin Hartman Fax: (928) 288-8290
Dean Of Students Charles Gover  
Activities Coordinator Don Petranovich

Phone: (928) 288-8103

Fax: (928) 288-8286

Student Handbook

Parent Handbook

Winslow High School Course Description Handbooks:





CTE Sequences FY09


Winslow High School, a major educational force in the Winslow community, should provide each student with the opportunity to develop mentally, physically, socially, and emotionally into a productive citizen of the community and the United States. In addition, the school should provide each student with the opportunity to develop the basic skills and capabilities necessary to become a self-supporting, participating member of a democratic society.

The educational goal of the school is to provide its students, regardless of sex, race, national origin, or individual differences, with a foundation that can support additional academic or vocational training beyond the high school level. In addition to reading, writing, listening, speaking, mathematics, science, government, hygiene, physical development and vocational skills, students should be given a choice of aesthetic and artistic activities that will encourage the development of the individual's creative capacities.

The development of the intellectual, social, emotional, and physical capacities of the students should include the encouragement of democratic ideals, moral and ethical standards, and the recognition of each individual's worth, including his or her own. To achieve this philosophy, Winslow High School will follow the essential skills program that is in place from elementary school throughout high school.