Vision Statement

Preparing today’s students to be the thinkers, leaders, and creators of tomorrow.

Mission Statement

Uniting as one community, we elevate opportunities
for all.

Ram Country


Pink Ribbon

Order Yearbooks

Yearbooks may now be ordered online at:
Use code: 16863

WGHS Library in the News

San Jose Mercury News ran a story about our Library remodel. See the article here:

Don’t Miss our Annual Tasting and Auction

Sunday, Nov 5, 3-7 pm, WG Public Library
Benefiting the Willow Glen Education Foundation

Sample a variety of fine wines, local brews, gourmet appetizers and delicious desserts, all while raising money for the Willow Glen Education Foundation!

The WG Foundation funds many of the programs and activities that support academic achievement and cultural enrichment at Willow Glen Middle School & High School, including science, technology, cultural activities, and much more.

Please join us at the annual Tasting & Auction, and help raise money for our schools, all while having a great time too! Buy your tickets now.  You won’t want to miss this fun community event.

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September Athletes of the Month

Sept AOTM 2017
Congratulations to Ailish Hutchings, Katie Carley, and Zach Walker for being selected as the Rams September Athletes of the Month.  Ailish Hutchings has led the Rams’ Girls Water Polo team as their sole captain.  For the month, Hutchings has netted 30 goals, scoring at least one goal in every game the Rams played this season.  Coach Samson emphasized that she is a great two-way player that always makes her team mates better.  Katie Carley has played an instrumental role in the 9-0 Mt Hamilton league start for the Rams.  Carley, the Pugent Sound commit, has compiled 115 kills and 41 blocks during the month of September.  Coach Pham is most impressed with how she puts her team first and is always a positive emotional leader for the Rams.  Zach Walker has the Rams running towards their fourth consecutive league championship during his tenure.  Walker began the month leading the Senior Class to a narrow one-point championship at the Early Bird Invitational in Salinas.  He then followed that performance by winning the overall individual championship at the prestigious Pacific Tiger Invitational, running a 15:25 mark in the 5k, a current CCS leading mark.  Our student-athletes will be presented with their award and a $25 gift certificate to Jack Holder’s on Meridian Ave.

Other top nominees:  Hayley Piazza, Field Hockey;  Sara Morgan, Girls Tennis;  Waking Bailey, football;  Jason Arita, Boys Water Polo

Cultural Experience

Argentina Volleyball
Our Girls Volleyball team enjoyed a unique experience while opening their doors to a group of young ladies from Argentina.  The girls joined each other in an open gym format for volleyball and then shared their experiences and stories about school and sport.

Principal’s Coffee

Bring a cup of coffee, or an empty cup to fill for free in our main office, and spend some time with the principal and other parents. It’s a casual way to keep up with all that goes on here at WGHS. We meet in the library at 8am. Mark your calendars for upcoming coffee’s: 10/26, 11/16, 1/25, 2/15, 3/22, 4/26