Schools closed through end of school year
Senior Video Projects - Click HERE

For access to the Chromebook Portal (with a link to Clever) please use this link.

West-Oak High School exists to educate, to engage, and to empower learners in an atmosphere of mutual respect and trust.

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Graduation changes info
             Graduation Changes 
The School District of Oconee County is still planning for in-person graduations for seniors if at all possible 
considering the COVID-19 virus pandemic. Ceremonies will be moved from Littlejohn Coliseum to the football 
stadium at West-Oak High School and will take place on June 20th at 8:30am. Please note that there may have to be restrictions on the number of guests for each graduate so that social distancing guidelines can be followed. 

SDOC Senior Video Project

DROP-OFF and PICK-UP Date set for Seniors Monday, May 18
Underclassmen Tuesday, May 26


On MONDAY, MAY 18 ALL SENIORS will need to come to WOHS for drive-thru service from 9AM- 12PM or from 3PM to 6PM. You will need to be prepared to turn in Chromebooks, Chargers, Library Books, pay any outstanding school debts (all overdue book fines have been forgiven for our Seniors, but missing books to the Media Center must still be returned to avoid a charge.) Seniors will also need to bring all school uniforms, chorus gowns and tuxedos, ROTC uniforms, and textbooks. Once all fines and fees have been paid and all materials, books, uniforms, technology, and other school items have been turned in, a yearbook will be given to each senior before they leave the drive-thru. Students will use the front car rider drop off to enter campus, please do not leave your car, someone will come to your window to assist you.

****Seniors who have not taken their AP Exams yet, may keep their chromebooks and chargers until Tuesday, May 26th, when we hold another drive-thru event for underclassmen.

**** If you left items in an athletic locker or an ROTC locker, please email your coach or ROTC Instructor so that those items can be gathered for you, or you can set up a time to pick them up.

***** Seniors, you received an email from Dr. Tindal this past week asking you to confirm that you still plan to participate in our Graduation Ceremony, please make sure you send a response by the end of this week. 

***** Please make sure you complete the Graduation Information Form ASAP. You must submit this form to have your final transcript sent free. If you don't submit it and need a transcript later, it will be $5.00. Simply click the link below and submit your information in minutes, right from your phone! Thanks to Mrs. Frederick for turning this into a quick and easy process! Click this link to complete the form online:

9th, 10th, and 11th Graders: 

Drop-off and Pick-up Day for Underclassmen will be held on Tuesday,May 26, from 2PM to 6PM. PLEASE will use the front car rider drop off to enter campus, please do not leave your car, someone will come to your window to assist you.

What to bring and what you will pick-up:

- We WILL NOT collect chromebooks, those will need to
return with students in the fall

- We WILL need to collect Library Books and Textbooks

- Please plan to turn in uniforms for ROTC, Chorus, Band, and Athletics (Please contact your ROTC Instructor or Coach if you need any items from your ROTC or Athletic locker)

- Please plan to make arrangements for any student debts

- Yearbooks purchased by underclassmen can be picked up, we are sold out of additional yearbooks

Yearbooks are sold out


Thanks to the generous donations from our school community, yearbooks where purchased for every senior who had not previously purchased one. Our yearbook this year was a complete sell out! Thank you West-Oak Community for your support of our Warriors!


Fast Facts about SDOC and the Coronavirous, Click HERE for answers to your frequently asked questions and up to date information. 

Summer courses  
Summer Courses offered online 
from June 8- July 31st
Email your guidance counselor for more information:
A-L  Mrs. Ratliff
M-Z Mrs. Powell

New Forms for Sports Physicals
SCHSL to require new forms for Sports Physicals as of 2020-2021 School Year. 
If you plan to play a sport at West-Oak High during the 
2020-2021 school year a new form is required by the South Carolina High School League.
Please CLICK HERE to download and print a copy of the new form before going to get your athletic physical completed. 

Alumni Night to be celebrated
 West-Oak High School Announces New
Hall of Fame and Alumni Association 
West-Oak High School is excited to announce the start of the Warrior Hall of Fame and the West-Oak High School Alumni Association! Nominations for Hall of Fame inductees can come from Alumni of West-Oak, Westminster, and Oakway High Schools. Would you like to nominate someone for our 1st Hall of Fame Induction to be held next fall? Simply follow this link to print off the forms. Please send completed forms to by April 30, 2020. Would you like to join our Alumni Association and possibly serve on the Hall of Fame Committee? Please email Athletic Director Tim Sheriff at All donations are tax deductible and joining the association and making donations can be                                                                                                             completed 100 % online, just follow the links below!
                                                                                                Hall of Fame Nomination Form        
                                                                                                Joining the West-Oak High School Athletic Alumni Association


Drive Smart is a driving course taught by SDOC School Resource Officers that all students must 
take prior to driving and parking on one of our campuses.  This four-hour course will be taught at each of our three high schools and is designed to help teens gain the knowledge to drive defensively.  The Drive Smart driving course will take the place of the requirement for Alive at 25 and will be offered at $25.00.  A student may still take the Alive at 25 course instead of Drive Smart.  

Click Drive Smart List of Dates for dates/times/locations

Click HERE to sign-up/pay for course


West-Oak High School wraps-up 2nd Annual College Application Month with celebration and another record setting number of students applying to colleges, military, and career futures!
WOHS Seniors who applied to colleges during October

Our Goal for #CAM2019 was to ensure that every WOHS senior is made aware of the opportunities available to them from area colleges and universities, including instruction in the process of completing college applications, applying for financial aid and applying for scholarships. Our goal is also to increase awareness of post-secondary opportunities in the military and workplace.
On Campus Visits / Presentations were made by:
Southern Wesleyan, Spartanburg Methodist, Clemson, Alabama, North Greenville, Winthrop, Lander, USC, Furman, USC Upstate, Anderson, College of Charleston, Auburn, SC National Guard, U.S. Army, Tri County Technical College (for entire student body), Clemson University’s Make Your Mark Program (for senior females)

Career Fair – 235 students attended this event at Southern Wesleyan University where 50+ colleges were represented

On Campus TCTC Application Days – All WOHS seniors completed an application to Tri County Technical College

#CAM2019 Celebration – November 5
For every event attended, seniors received an entry into the #CAM2019 Celebration Prize Drawing. Prizes included:
1. 100+ Gift Cards (over $850 in value) donated by:
 Westminster Rotary Club, LifePoint Life Group, North Walhalla Church of God, WOHS Faculty and Staff, and Sweet Pea General Store
2. 6 Tablets – donated by WOHS
3. Various Gifts from colleges and universities
4. SC National Guard donated 300+ items
5. TCTC donated a dozen t-shirts and other items
6. Warrior Booster Club donated shirts and other WOHS items

#CAM2019 By the Numbers
➢ 21 Events were held from September 10 through November 5

 ➢ 759 Total Attendance by Seniors 

➢ Over 300 college applications were completed

 ➢ All seniors participated in at least one event




As a community with high expectations, we value individuality, we inspire creativity, and we challenge the academic, physical, social, and career development of each student.

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