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Our college advisors work alongside students to help them discover and use their God-given talents to reach educational and career success. Advisors meet with every student, every semester. This individual attention from 9th through 12th grade ensures that students are well informed about the college application process and adequately prepared for the transition to college or vocational school.
In addition, we provide you and your family with the tools you need to assist in making decisions for the next step. Along your high school journey, we offer several college planning and spiritual growth tools, including specially created college/career days, detailed information nights on SAT and ACT tests, and a personalized online portal called Family Connection. Through Family Connection, parents and students can organize college planning. Together, they discover unique aspects of the student’s identity and career interests correlating with specific colleges and their majors. Our college advisors personally care about your student and desire to see them discover God’s calling for their future.
For students who need additional academic assistance, our Directed Studies Department is available.
WCHS students consistently outperform statewide and national averages on the SAT and AP exams, and nearly 99 percent go on to attend college. In recent years, students have attended such schools as Harvard, UCLA, United States Naval Academy, and Wheaton.
WCHS students have been accepted to the following colleges:
Forms can either be submitted in person at the Registrar’s Office or sent by mail to:
WCHS Registrar’s Office
501 N Beach Blvd.
La Habra, CA 90631
Enclose a check made payable to WCHS ($5.00 for each transcript).
Note: Transcript orders cannot be accepted by telephone, fax or email. All orders, including pick-up orders, are processed within three business days from when the order is received. A longer processing time may be required during peak periods.
Photo identification is required to pick up your transcript at the Registrar’s Office. If you authorize another individual to pick up your transcript, you must provide WCHS with a letter of authorization and that person must provide his or her own photo identification.
Transcripts ordered for pick-up and not claimed within 30 days are destroyed.
In accordance with state and federal privacy laws, your signature is required for release of your academic transcript. A parent’s signature is required if a student is under 18 years of age.