3 weeks Progress Reports Just Around the Corner

Hi WOHS Students!

The 3-week progress reports are just around the corner. Progress reports will be available next week. That means you need to be taking care of your grades this week. Please look at your grades on skyward, get your homework turned in, study for tests and talk to your teachers. We BELIEVE in each of you! Check out the tips below to help you get ahead and stay ahead of your studies!

Go Roughnecks!

Study Tip #1

Study Tip #2

Time Management Tips


Thursday, August 30 & Friday, August 31, 2018


Attention Dual Credit Students!

You will need to park across the street Friday, September 1 due to the Shirley Atkins Volleyball Tournament. Team buses will be parking in the parking lot directly behind the main building. Remember that large vehicles need to park on the perimeter of the parking lot so that cars can park in smaller inner spaces. Parking in the back will resume Tuesday, Sept 4, 2018.

Go Roughnecks!

Off to a GREAT start!


What a great 1st few days of school! We are off to a great start and things are great! Including living through the bells, figuring out parking and class relocations. Remember folks that our NEW SCIENCE WING will be ready soon and all this discomfort will be a memory! It will be well worth it! You guys get to be THE 1ST to attend classes in the new wing. Yay!

That being said, class meetings will take place this week. All of the meetings will take place during Enrichment in the Lecture Hall. Those meeting times are:




Friday Freshman

During these meetings we will be discussing:

  • Expectations, policies and procedures
  • Encouraging ALL of the student body to get involved in something – Athletics, Band, Stu Co, Model UN, UIL (etc).
  • Exemption policies and qualifications
  • Attendance
  • Tardies
  • Dress Code
  • Schedule Changes
  • Student ID’s
  • Anything else that I missed

Please attend these meetings and pay careful attention.  Remember most, if not all, of this information, is covered in the Student Handbook.

Remember that we BELIEVE in each of you and we KNOW we have THE BEST students in ETX! Go Roughnecks!

Hooray! School Starts Tomorrow!


We are so excited to welcome another year at THE White Oak High School. It’s going to be a great year! Here are a few reminders for tomorrow:

  • Students that drive MUST park across the street from WOHS. There will be NO parking in the back including in the parking lot behind the Middle School Gym, the band uses this area during morning practice.
  • Dress Code applies on day one! Please re-read the Student Handbook if you are not clear on what is appropriate to wear.
  • Chrome books will be issued next week. Please be listening for announcements.

We are all blessed to be able to work with ya’ll! WOHS has the BEST kids in ETX.

See you in the morning!

Go Roughnecks! #ibelieve

Dual Credit Books


Dual Credit History will require:

Exploring American Histories Second edition ISBN 978-1-4576-9462-2

*No additional books required

Dual Credit Government

Should need Federal Government GOVT 2305 Kilgore College custom Edition ISBN 13: 978-1-337-30446-7

* The professor may require additional books. 

Dual Credit English

We DO NOT have the book title yet. However, they will be using a DIFFERENT book from last semester.

All of this information is posted as a courtesy. The Kilgore Book Store and Course Syllabus for each class will dictate book requirements. Please double check.




If you are new to White Oak High School, please use the form below to schedule an appointment to visit with a counselor and set up a schedule. Please remember that all other registration information must be completed before a schedule can be created.

Schedule Change Requests


The following information is outlined in the WOHS 2018-2019 Student Handbook

Schedule Changes (Located on page 76).

Students are expected to make informed and wise decisions during the course selection process. It is important that students and parents give careful consideration to selecting courses. The choices students make during course selection determine the Master Schedule of course offerings available. The Master Schedule, though never perfect, is designed to maximize student opportunities and minimize scheduling conflicts. Student schedules will not be changed to select different teachers. Once a class schedule is formulated, the student is expected to follow that schedule. There will be a deadline for changes in late spring shortly before the last day of instruction. Students had until the last day of school to submit those schedule changes. Few, if any changes will be made at Registration.

In order for a schedule change to take place, the request MUST meet 1 of the following requirements as outlined in the Student Handbook. Those requirements are as follows:

  • A student is in a class for which he/she has already received credit
  • A student needs to be moved to balance classes
  • A student’s schedule has the same course listed twice or is missing a class

Requests to level up (by teacher recommendation ONLY) or level down will ONLY be made at the end of the 2nd week of the school year and after the first semester.

If the student’s schedule change request meets 1 of the following requirements the may complete the following form: