Willamette High School

Bethel School District Eugene OR

Testing Day (and No Late Start) Tomorrow

A final reminder that tomorrow will be a PSAT practice exam for 9th-11th graders, starting at 8 am, while Seniors will attend a Senior Seminar in Powers Auditorium. Breakfast is served from 7 – 7:50 am, and lunch will be served after the testing concludes at 12:15 pm. Buses will run at regular start times for the morning and begin return service at 12:45 pm. 

Two other notes:

  • While 10th and 11th graders may have received prep materials for the exam, 9th graders were NOT intended to have prep materials for the 8/9 PSAT, so you are ready to test just as you are!
  • Second, cell phones and other devices (except for testing-approved calculators) will not be accessible until the conclusion of the test. This will include Smartwatches, AirPods, non-approved calculators, and any other device that could interfere with the testing environment, so you may consider leaving those devices at home or in a locker. 


October 16th is Testing Day

Attention Parents! We have an all-school test day October 16th. The 9th grade class will take the PSAT 8/9 test, while the 10th and 11th graders will take the PSAT/NMSQT. This test is one great option for them to meet the Oregon Essential Skills requirements for graduation, and juniors have the potential to be recognized as National Merit Scholars.​

The day will start at 8 am sharp, as that Wednesday IS NOT A LATE START, so please make sure students arrive on-time. Free breakfast for all students will be served from 7:00-7:50 am. Testing ends at 12:15 pm, with an optional lunch service from 12:15-12:45. Bus transportation home begins at 12:45.

Seniors will participate in a series of seminars that cover topics including admissions to career exploration, resume building, college admission, and trades. Attendance is required, with the alternative option of taking the ASVAB. 

Please note: Students will not have access to their phones until 12:15, not even during the test breaks.

Proud Wolverine Nation!

The Wolverine Nation is proud and passionate about our student-athletes!

High school activities are all about participation, teamwork, effort, and sacrifice. The OSAA and the Bethel School District are partnering to keep high school activities in the proper perspective by maintaining a positive attitude towards players, officials, and the opposing team. It’s all about respect of the game, each other, and yourself. 

Our Willamette community is amazingly supportive of student-athletes. Please visit our athletics website for game schedules and join us at Willamette to support our teams! Go Wolverines! 

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