Workman High School

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William Workman High School
Address
16303 E Temple Ave
Industry, California, 91744
United States
Coordinates 34°01′45″N 117°56′12″W / 34.02917°N 117.93667°W / 34.02917; -117.93667Coordinates: 34°01′45″N 117°56′12″W / 34.02917°N 117.93667°W / 34.02917; -117.93667
Information
Type Public High School
Motto Once a Lobo;

Always a Lobo

School district HLPUSD
Principal Yvette Meneses
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 1,155
Classes 68 [1]
Color(s)      Red
     Black
     Gold
Mascot Lobo
Yearbook 'Pioneer'

William Workman High School is a public high school located in City of Industry, California. It is one of four high schools in the Hacienda La Puente Unified School District.

Students[edit]

Students from Valinda School Of Academics, Sierra Vista Middle School, Grandview Middle School, and other schools in the district enroll at Workman High School. Their crosstown rivals are La Puente High School, whom they are separated by just 1.4 miles.

William Workman High School is graded 5 out of 10 on greatschools.net.[2]

Ethnic Breakdown:

Curriculum[edit]

Graduation Credits Summary[edit]

Subject area Required
English 1 10
English 2 10
English 3 10
English 4 10
World Studies 10
U.S. History 10
Civics 5
Economics 5
Mathematics 30
Biological Sci 10
Phys/Earth Sci 10
Physical Educ 30
Science 10
F.Art/For Lang. 10
Prac Arts/Acad 20
Electives 40
Total
230

District Graduation Requirements[edit]

Algebra 1
Computer Lit
Lab Science

CAHSEE[edit]

Eng Lang Arts
Math

UC/CSU Requirements Satisfied[edit]

A-G Course
A History/Social Science
B English
C Math
D Lab Science
E Foreign Language
F Visual/Performing Arts
G Elective
* UC Honors
Course Qualifiers
L HS Elective
H HLP Honors
W Mt. Sac. Pre Req
X None-Academic
2 SDAIE
4 ELD
5 AP
6 IB

Clubs and Organizations[edit]

ASB

The Associated Student Body of William Workman High School, pledged to increase supportive roles in their efforts to bring the students, the staff and the community together in order to promote educational, cultural and social activities.

Environmental Studies Academy

ESA prepares the students to conserve and care for the environment. It also benefits everyone, even the students not in class for anyone can recycle.

Clubs[edit]

  • Anime Club
  • GSA
  • Stomp
  • Multi Media Club
  • Link Crew
  • Felix Ventures
  • Renaissance
  • Christians in Action
  • HOSA Club

Athletics[edit]

Achievements[edit]

  • 2012 Marching Band 9th Place SCSBOA 1A Division Championships
  • 2013 Marching Band 12th Place SCSBOA 2A Division Chamionships
  • 2014 Color Guard Top 12 in WGASC Scholastic A Division Championships
  • 1984 Boys Basketball CIFSS 2A Champions
  • Boys Basketball Montview League Champions. 2008-2009 Undefeated 12-0 CIFSS 4A Sweet 16
  • Boys Basketball Montview League Champions. 2009-2010 11-1 record CIFSS 4A Playoffs
  • Boys Basketball Montview League Champions. 2011-2012 13-1 record CIFSS 4AA Sweet 16
  • Boys Basketball Montview League Champions. 2012-2013 Undefeated 14-0 CIFSS 4AA Sweet 16 26-2 Overall record

Boys Basketball Montview League Champions. 2013-2014 13-1 record CIFSS 4AA Sweet 16

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]