WJH Parents! We are excited to have your student in our school. Our 6th, 7th, and 8th-grade students will be navigating their middle school years through various rigorous classes and have opportunities to participate in various programs such as after-school clubs and sports.
Please do not hesitate to call our office if you have any questions.
Wahluke Junior High follows the Ron Clark Academy House System. We believe that it is a dynamic, exciting, and proven way to create a positive climate and culture for students and staff. We believe that this has helped our students build character, relationships, and school spirit.
Altruismo traces its origins to the rainforests of the Amazon, where a group of powerful Brazilians were given the name because of the Portuguese meaning behind it: “the Givers.”
Amistad is the House that originates from Mexico. A group of kind but powerful individuals that are known most for their unconquered spirit. This is why, in the language of their ancestry, their name means “friendship.”
Isibindi is a tight-knit group of individuals, like a pride of African lions, where family means everything. The House’s symbolic animals, the mute swan and the lion, serve to empower incoming members. While new students might be quiet or shy at first, the longer that they are in the House, the more they begin to display the characteristics of strength and bravery. In Zulu, Isibindi means “courage.”
Rêveur is a royal House whose name in French means “dreamers” or “idealists” — because the members who fill this group are students filled with freedom and wild abandon who recognize their dreams and will let nothing stand in the way of achieving them. This can be seen in the unicorn, which is on the center of the House’s crest, a powerful creature who is almost impossible to tame. Similarly, the House of Rêveur is a House of passion.