Vision Statement:  All San Jose Unified School District students are inspired and prepared to succeed in a global society.
Mission Statement:  San Jose Unified School District’s mission is to eliminate the opportunity gap and provide every student with the finest 21st century education.

Martin Luther King Day Closure

All SJUSD schools and offices will be closed on Monday, January 16, in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

Todas las escuelas y oficinas de SJUSD estarán cerradas el lunes, 16 de enero de 2017, para celebrar el Día de Martin Luther King, Jr.

Ram Country

Girl Basket Ball

Girl Soccer 2

Girl Soccer

Robotics 2

2013 Women's Swimming


Boy Soccer

Girl Basket Ball


Field Hockey


WGHS Tours

Willow Glen is hosting a school tour for interested 8th graders on Friday, January 27, 2017 from 11:00am-12:15pm.

Parents of 8th graders need to work with their current school sites on checking out of school and checking back into their site on 1/27/17. 8th graders will meet in the front of the high school, by the large marque, on Cottle Ave at 11:00 am and be picked up at the same place at 12:15.

Willow Glen Middle School students will be escorted over to the high school and then walked back over to their site and be checked back in upon completion of the tour. Please click here to sign up for the tour. Students will visit classrooms, tour the campus, see lunch time in action and more. Students are welcome to bring a lunch to have on the tour. Any questions, please contact Amy Hernandez at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

WGHS Thanks Stone Church of Willow Glen!

We’re so grateful for the ongoing support from Stone Church for WG Cares.  Thank you for your wonderful efforts and your partnership to help our community!

Willow Glen Cares

The holidays were merry for many WGHS Families, thanks to Willow Glen Cares!
Over the last few weeks, our community has collected an amazing array of holiday gifts and parcels for 37 families in need at WGHS! A team of volunteers, led by coordinator, Liz Roselman, wrapped and prepared the wonderful donations of gifts gathered by many students, staff members, Willow Glen families and a variety of community groups. This is truly the spirit of giving at it’s finest.  The receiving students and families are unbelievably grateful for this outpouring of kindness and generosity.

Congratulations, WGHS Robotics!

Congratulations to our awesome robotics team led by Ahmad Khanssari, as they were just awarded a $2,000 grant from the Brin Wojcicki Foundation.  Way to go, robotics team!

AP Informational Night

February 2, 2017 at 6 pm in the WGHS Cafeteria

Advanced Placement (AP) is a program created by the College Board, which offers college-level curricula courses and examinations to high school students. High School students have the opportunity to earn college course credit if a high score is obtained on the AP examination. Parents/Guardians will be able to meet the instructors and learn more about the specific courses offered at Willow Glen High. ​

From Our Family to Yours, Happy New Year!

Happy Holidays

Library News

The library is now open after school daily! WGHS is happy to announce our newest team member, Lisa Yesson, as our new library clerk. Our library and library services are now available to students until 4pm on all regular school days.

The Homework Center is back! That’s right, students may now come into the library after school Monday through Thursday and find a teacher there to help them with homework and studying for up to an hour and a half after school on all regular school days.

Are you considering Willow Glen High School for the 2017-2018 school year?

“High School Here I Come.”
The session will be held in the Little Theater on February 28, 2017 at 6pm, sponsored by WGMS with a WGHS Assistant Principal presenting.  If you would like a personal tour of WGHS during semester 2, you may contact Grace Strickland at the High School (408) 535-6700.

Congratulations to our Willow Glen Fall 2016 BVAL All-League Team


Field Hockey: Connie Lucid (Sr) First Team (not pictured) Angela Taing (Sr) Second Team Chloe Stothers (Sr) Second Team
Football: Connell Ryans (Jr) First Team Utility Rudy Amann (Sr) First Team Defense Ryan Puccio (Sr) Second Team Lineman Anthony Barba (Jr) Second Team Lineman
Girls Volleyball: Katie Carley (Jr) Junior of the Year Whitley Moody (Fr) First Team Melissa Izquierdo (Sr) Second Team (not pictured)
Boys Water Polo: Nick Butelet (Sr) Senior of the Year Jason Arita (Jr) Junior of the Year Ben Rodenberger (Sr) First Team Grant Chiponis (Jr) First Team Connor Brobst (Jr) Second Team Jamison Evans (So) Second Team
Girls Water Polo: Ailish Hutchings (Jr) Junior of the Year Anna Fry (Sr) First Team Sarah Hettema (Sr) First Team Quincy Caldwell (Sr) Second Team (not pictured)


Willow Glen High School hosted Breaking Down the Walls and it was a huge success! Thank you staff & students who participated!  Every student who lined up to attend was given the opportunity to attend and all left feeling more connected to those they shared the day with. 


Principal’s Coffee

A great way for parents to hang out with other parents and chat about what is going on with the Principal, Randy Schmidt. Come join us with a cup of coffee, or bring an empty cup and fill up for free in our main office. Then, join us for the Principal’s Coffee at 8am in the Library on: 1/12, 2/2, 3/2, 4/6, and 5/4.