Quick Links
Willcox News
Help Children Fight the Monday Morning Blues

Do your children’s Monday morning moods seem to last till Friday morning? Well, you are not alone. Read more >>>


Welcome to the Home of the Cowboys

Welcome to the website of Willcox High School, Home of the Cowboys! We are located in Cochise County, Arizona, in the quaint historic town of Willcox, and we serve students in grades 9 through 12. Though we are a small school, we take pride in providing an excellent education for our students that will empower them to become responsible and compassionate adults and prepare them to succeed in a highly technological world.

In addition to our outstanding academic curriculum, we also offer special education and gifted education programs to cater to specific student needs as well as a variety of clubs and athletic activities for those seeking extracurricular opportunities.

A Message from our Principal


All parents have received first semester report cards. If you have any concerns regarding your child’s performance, contact the classroom teacher or the appropriate guidance counselor. We encourage your continued involvement in your child’s education, and we stand ready to help you in any way possible.

Please help us to keep your sons and daughters focused academically by insisting on these daily steps to achieve success at Willcox High School: 

  • Be in school
  • Arrive on time
  • Come with a positive attitude
  • Pay attention to teachers and staff
  • Complete work on time
  • Participate and support co-curricular and extra-curricular activities

Following these guidelines is likely to achieve success.

Our seniors are beginning preparations for graduation and for all graduation-related activities. Meanwhile, the underclassmen are preparing for the 2015-2016 school year by selecting next year’s classes. Parents of seniors, please check with your son or daughter regarding the senior class meeting which was on Thursday, January 15. Please review the handout given to seniors which contains a listing of important dates and exam exemption procedures. For additional information, please see the principal’s message in full.  

"Go Cowboys and Cowgirls"

Jeff Thompson
Jeff Thompson