Class of 2026 Freshmen
Welcome to your Freshmen year!
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Welcome to Woodson High School!
Your freshman year in high school is an exciting time – full of new experiences. High school can be intimidating for many students if you don't know what you're doing. But if you know what to expect in high school, it'll be easier to make good friends, ace your classes and be active. Familiarize yourself with the layout and rules of the school before the first day of class, be outgoing during and after class, build a solid study and homework plan, participate in class, and guard against negativity.
Regular and open communication, within the family and with the school counselor, makes this a much easier process and leads to success. Get involved, there are so many things for you to do. We want you to be an avid and enthusiastic part of our community here at Woodson High School!
Keep connected! Follow the Class of 2026 on Social Media
Instagram - @wtw_classof2026
Twitter - @wtw_2026
Freshmen Class Administrator
- Laura Rotella
Everything a First Year Student Needs to Know About High School
Preorder Your Yearbook!
Preorder Deadline: April 29, 2023
Don't miss out - reserve your students copy of the Yearbook today! Preordering is the only way to guarantee a copy of the Yearbook. Limited copies will be for sale in person on distribution day and for an additional cost.
Go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and type in Woodson's code - 5278.
Underclass Pictures - Victor O'Neill
Any student who has not had a chance to order, it’s not too late!
and use your student ID when prompted for the online code.
For questions regarding school pictures please email: @email
School Picture Day occurred on Monday August 29th & Tuesday August 30th 2022 and Make-ups occurred on October 14th.
Show Your Cavalier Spirit!
Family Connection is a comprehensive website for high school students and their parents. It's an excellent resource for students who make academic plans, college, and career decisions. Family Connection is linked with Counselor's Office, a service used in our school counseling offices to track and analyze data about college and career plans. We encourage you to use this valuable tool.
Taking High School Courses in Middle School
The FCPS Secondary Grading and Report includes information about the impact of taking high school courses in middle school on a student’s academic record. It includes information on expunging grades and grades earned during the summer session. See Request to Expunge High School Courses taken in Middle School for more information.