Information for students:​

The transition for our students to high school starts months in advance.  Our school works with our two designated high schools to arrange student orientation visits, program options, and coordinates registration.  Parents can get involved by visiting the school's open houses, and working with their student to choose the best courses for their learning path.  

As dates become available, they will be posted here.

Most John Ware students are designated to Henry Wise Wood High School.  Families residing in Woodbine have a choice to either attend Henry Wise Wood or to attend Dr. E. P. Scarlett.  

There are also alternative programs of choice available.  Parents will need to investigate these possibilities independently, but our teachers / administrators are happy to provide our thoughts on these when asked.

Preparing for High School

The transition for our students to high school starts months in advance.  Our school works with our two designated high schools to arrange student orientation visits, program options, and coordinates registration.  Parents can get involved by visiting the school's open houses, and working with their student to choose the best courses for their learning path.  

As dates become available, they will be posted here.

Most John Ware students are designated to Henry Wise Wood High School.  Families residing in Woodbine have a choice to either attend Henry Wise Wood or to attend Dr. E. P. Scarlett.  

There are also alternative programs of choice available.  Parents will need to investigate these possibilities independently, but our teachers / administrators are happy to provide our thoughts on these when asked.

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