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Supporters and Survivors from All Around the High Country Gather at WHS Today for Relay for Life

Published Friday, June 14, 2013 at 10:24 am
June 14, 2013. After months of fundraising, rallying and preparation, this is the day that they have all be waiting for. Thirty-six teams from all around the High Country area have gathered at Watauga High School for a day of support, remembrance and most importantly, fighting back against cancer at Relay for Life. Read more...
BY MADISON V. FISLER
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Watauga County Relay For Life Teams Raise Funds, Hope and Morale in Their Crusade to Irradicate Cancer (Part 1)

Published Friday, June 7, 2013 at 1:15 pm
June 7, 2013. This year, Relay for Life is spectacularly large event that consists of 36 teams raising money for the American Cancer Society. In this series, we will feature a few of the teams each day up to the day of the event on June 14. Read more...
BY MADISON V. FISLER
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Students at Watauga High School Raise $8,800 for the Hunger and Health Coalition with the Empty Bowl Project, Shattering Their Previous Record

Published Monday, April 22, 2013 at 11:48 am
https://www.hcpress.com/?p=39556
April 22, 2013. The students at Watauga High School have done it again. Through their Empty Bowl Project, the students raised $8,800 to benefit the Health and Hunger Coalition, shattering their previous record of $8,100 by $700. Read more...
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Watauga High School Head Football Coach Steps Down Tuesday But Still Remains Athletic Director

Published Thursday, December 13, 2012 at 11:08 am

By Madison V. Fisler

Dec. 13, 2012. On Tuesday, Tom Wright stepped down as the interim head football coach at Watauga High School after one year at the position. 

Wright, who is also the athletic director at WHS,  took over… Continue reading

Watauga High School Takes First Place in Wilkes County Marching Band Competition

Published Monday, November 5, 2012 at 3:16 pm
Nov. 5, 2012. Watauga High School’s Pioneer Marching Band concluded its season with a flourish on Saturday, Oct. 27, taking first place among five Class 1A high school bands participating in a marching band competition in Wilkes County. In addition to taking first place, the Pioneers achieved an “Excellent” overall rating and won first place rankings in the categories of percussion, marching, and general effect. The band also scored a second place ranking in music. . Read more…
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North Carolina Theater Conference Comes to WHS

Published Wednesday, October 31, 2012 at 1:41 pm
Oct. 31, 2012. Watauga High School will welcome more than 250 high school actors from 11 different schools at the annual North Carolina Theatre Conference Regional High School Play Festival this Friday and Saturday Nov. 2 and 3. The high school’s honors acting class, the Pioneer Playmakers, along with more than 80 volunteers, will help run 14 one-act plays over the course of the two days. The festival is free. Read more…
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