Menu here

Please select your question category

Search FAQs

Please contact your student's teacher or one of the assistant principals as soon as possible. Bullying is not tolerated, but often the problem persists because the adults are unaware of the problem. For concerns at the middle or elementary schools, please contact your student's teacher directly and/or the administrators of your school.

All students (grades 9 – 12) are assigned to a counselor based upon the first letter(s) of their last name.

Focusing in your classes is the most important step that students can take to prepare for the classes, however, knowing what to expect on the tests can also be helpful.  The WKHS library has helped to provide access for students through www.infohio.org and www.learningexpresshub.com.  Students can see the WKHS Library staff for more help if needed.

While it is your option, our suggestion is to answer "yes."  It indicates to the college admissions committe that you trust your recommenders and they will feel that they are getting the real story of who you are from your recommender.

The bookroom is only staffed at the beginning and end of each semester. If you lose your book and cannot locate it in the lost and found area (located in student services) you can request an additional copy of the book, but you will be responsible for both books that you check out. Mrs. Donovan is the secretary you should see to request a book in the middle of the semester. You can locate her office in the counseling center.

Being actively involved in the school community is a key component not only to making WKHS better, but also it will help you to feel more connected and invested in the school.  There are over 100 different options for students!  From sports to clubs, there is something for everyone.  And if we don't have it yet, then perhaps now is the time to gather a few of your like-minded friends and start a new club.  For the most current list of sports, clubs and their advisors, please visit the school website and select the Activities/ Athletics Tab.

There are no stupid questions!  During high school, take advantage of the people, services and resources available to you at WKHS.  Look around, you'll find there are teachers, administrators, counselors, librarian, deans, academic assistants, coaches and secretaries all here to help you have the best high school experience possible.  If you have a question, concern or problem, talk to the appropriate person.  If you don't know who to talk to, stop by and see your counselor and she will help you figure out how to deal with the issue.

Many students will receive paperwork from their insurance companies offering the opportunity for "good student discounts." These forms typically require a school representative signature verifying that you have met their requirements. If you receive one of these forms and believe that you meet their criteria, please stop by and see your counselor as we are more than happy to complete these forms on your behalf.

Work permit packets are available in the Student Services office at the front of the building. Students must turn in completed work permit paperwork to the Worthington Education Center on Wilson Bridge Road. All aspects of the packet, including physician signature, must be completed before the packet can be submitted.

WKHS alumni must utilize the online transcript request system. The base processing cost per transcript is $3.00 if sent electronically. The cost is $4.00 if you need a hard copy of your transcript. Normal processing time for your transcript order is 3 business days.

Current WKHS students are strongly encouraged to request transcripts by seeing your counselor in person. The cost for current students per transcript ordered in person is only $1.00. If current students elect to use the online request system the cost per transcript is $3.00. Please do not request any electronic transcripts for colleges which you are applying to using the Common App system.

Please visit https://iwantmytranscript.com/worthington to complete your request

If you are anticipating registering your child in the Worthington School district and he/ she will be attending Worthington Kilbourne High School, please contact our Registrar, Karen McDaniel, for clarification on steps, information required, and to set up an appointment time to meet with a counselor. Mrs. McDaniel can be reached at 614-450-6482.

At Worthington Kilbourne High School, we make every effort to maintain the most current contact information. If you change your e-mail address, phone number, or mailing address, please notify our secretaries so that they can update your information in the system.

No faqs found in this category