Waynesville High School

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Credit Flexibility/Educational Option

2020-2021 Credit Flex Application NOTE: Due Date May 13, 2020

The board recognizes that an effective educational program is one that provides opportunities for students to customize aspects of their learning around their respective needs and interests.  Credit flexibility is one method to motivate and increase student learning by allowing access to more resources, customization around individual student needs and the use of multiple measures of learning. For identified gifted students, the Educational Option policy is another way of allowing this customization. A copy of both guidelines and application processes may be obtained in the high school office.

If you would like to pursue an online courses WCESC Virtual Online Academy  (Warren County Educational Service Center) please visit: WCESC Virtual Online Academy


Financial Literacy - State law (3313.603 (C)(7) requires integration of economics and financial literacy within one or more social studies classes or another class.  When filling out Credit Flex Application, students may use the following for designing and meeting the requirements:
Go to: Course Curriculum and review lessons: 1,4,6,7,9,10,12,14,15 and 18 listed under grades 9-12. Application must include a WHS social studies teacher for both approval and completion.


2020-2021 Physical Education Options


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Early Graduation

Application for early graduation must be submitted to the principal by April 30th unless approved by the principal. . Student’s who elect to graduate early are still permitted to participate in graduation ceremonies with his/her designated class.

EARLY Graduation Policy Information

Early Graduation Form - Note: Due Date is one semester prior to expected graduation date unless approved by the principal


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Warren County Career Center

Wayne Local Schools is an educational partner of the Warren County Career Center. WCCC offers career technical programs for high school and adult students at its campus located in Lebanon, and provides satellite programs at Waynesville High School and Junior High School. High school students may take Pre-Engineering: a Project Lead The Way program, Information Technology, and Family and Consumer Science right here at WHS. Junior High students may take Gateway to Technology programs to explore STEM career options. Students have the ability to earn college credits and industry certifications through Career Technical Education programs, gaining advantages in the job market and saving on the high cost of college tuition. Ask your counselor about these options, visit WCCC during designated tour days, and check out the website at www.MyWCCC.org. Application typically begins in early December and you can find the link on their High School Programs page. You may also call their Student Services Department at 513/932-5677 ext. 5292 to set up a personal visit or request more information.