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Welcome to Wando High School

Dr. Sherry M. EppelsheimerWe Walk the Warrior Way! Wando High School has a rich history of academics, the arts, and athletics. With an ever increasing enrollment and larger campus, our core values remain the same: integrity, academic achievement, and extracurricular participation and success.
Wando High School offers more than 250 courses and encourages differentiated instruction. Our educational program is academically challenging and built on high expectations. We offer a variety of programs: Advanced Placement, Dual Credit, Honors, CTE and College Preparatory. All of these programs are designed to meet the unique and individual needs and interests of each student.
Student engagement is achieved by linking the curriculum to previous knowledge and experiences and then exploring new ideas and promoting authentic learning. Wando provides a high school experience that enables our students to be college and career ready while having tremendous opportunities to get involved. With over sixty clubs and organizations on campus, there is truly something for everyone.
We welcome parent and community involvement. We thank our SIC, PTSO, Booster Clubs, parent volunteers, community supporters, and the Town of Mount Pleasant for their continuing support. Please join me in looking forward to and making 2015-2016 a wonderful school year. 

Dr. Sherry M. Eppelsheimer, Principal

Please visit the "About Us" section of the website to learn more about our award-winning high school.


Congrats to JV Volleyball!
Posted on 08/31/2015
Congrats to JV Volleyball 
Funny business: Wando Band clowns around
Posted on 08/15/2015
Past all the wigs and greasepaint, the first thing you notice about Robin McKinley is her smile. A 25-year veteran of the clowning business, McKinley, also known as Cupcake, has shared that smile throughout the Lowcountry. But her real gift goes far beyond just the laughs.  READ MORE...
Wando’s Stewart named rugby All-American
Posted on 07/22/2015
Entering his sophomore year of high school, Micah Stewart wasn’t sure if he’d be able to continue playing rugby. Now, three years later, he’s one of the top young prospects in the nation.  READ MORE...


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