Willamette High School
New students to Bethel School District:
- Please contact our Counseling Center to set up an appointment: 541-689-0736
Registration packet pick up and Locker sign up:
- Thursday, August 21-Office breezeway: 9:00-2:00 pm.
Student Registration: Students may register at their listed time or at a later time if necessary.
- Thursday, August 28-Willamette Cafeteria: 7:45-2:00pm
- Students must be present to register, if a student does not complete registration, he/she will be dropped from all classes.
- 7:45-8:30am A-L
- 8:15-9am M-Z
All other Grades:
- 9:15-10:15 A-C
- 10:15-11:00 D-G
- 11:00-11:30 H-J
- 11:30-12:15 K-M
- 12:15-1:00 N-P
- 1:00-1:45 Q-T
- 1:45-2.15 U-Z
- 2:00-2:30 Make up registration
9th Grade Orientation: Wednesday, September 3, Cafeteria 8am-3:10pm
First day of school for all students: Thursday, September 4, 2014 8am-3:10pm
If you have questions, please call (541) 689-0731.
During the Summer our office is open 8-11 and Noon-3pm.
If you are in need of a “Statement of Enrollment” for the DMV please call ahead (541-461-6401 x4078) and it can be ready for you to pick up during open office hours.
Our Counseling Secretary (Ms. Roberts) will be in the office on July 29th-31, August 5-7 and August 12-22. If you have a student who will be new to Willamette High School or have a need to setup an appointment with a school counselor before the beginning of the school year please give Ms. Roberts a call at 541-689-0736.
A mailing is going out 8/7 regarding packet pickup (8/21) and school registration (8/28), please contact the office if you have questions after reviewing this information. If you are not going to be at packet pickup or registration please contact the front office so that we can add you to our list.
Please refer to the district calendar and Daily Bulletin (on the Bethel Web page) for important upcoming dates in August (packet pickup, registration, sports registration etc).
Willamette Baseball is hosting the Oregon Junior Division II State Championships this weekend. Teams from throughout Oregon will compete for the state title.
Willamette’s Division II team placed 2nd in the local bracket and will play in the tourney while serving as hosts throughout the weekend.
It was just a few short days following her stunning musical performance at her high school graduation. The last person Amber expected to hear from was her high school principal. But, if you know Amber, you know she promptly called her principal back to see how she could help.
Oregon Senator Ron Wyden, Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, was seeking student testimony regarding the future impact of college debt on new high school graduates heading to college. He wanted to share real stories with his committee in Washington, D.C. Well, Amber’s story was so poignant that not only did he share her story, she was flown to Washington, D.C. to tell her story in person. Check it out (click on the picture) and witness for yourself what a dedicated, ambitious young adult Amber is, and how her poignant story will impact the future of students whose financial realities fall short of their dreams for a post secondary education. Viewing her testimony, and knowing Amber and the impact she had on Willamette, there is no doubt that she will realize her aspiration of becoming an orthopedic surgeon.
Free entries are available for Bethel families to take part in this Saturday’s first Bethel Fit 5K fun run and FREE Youth Mile Challenge. Register here online and be sure to use the Bethel code – BETHELFIT14 – for free entry.
Click here for all the event information.
This easy fun run on Saturday, June 14th starts and ends at Willamette High School and is brought to you by the Bethel Education Foundation.