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Welcome

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

Dear Parents,

Welcome to the 2014 – 2015 school year. Hopefully students and parents alike are aware of what Willcox High School’s expectations are for successful daily operation, and in turn, we will have a great school year together. Each student body class (368 students) met with Ms. Hall and me regarding academics, student behavior, and other important student points of emphasis. Students overall have been outstanding in complying with our expectations. WHS’s administrative team, counselor, faculty, staff, and I all expect this year to be excellent!

Success in school, at any level, depends on several things. One of the most important of these is the communication and collaboration that takes place between students' parents and their child’s teacher. With this in mind, I would like to make you aware of several things. The first is parent teacher conferences, which will take place on October 7 and 8 from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. Another great tool to help you keep on top of your child’s progress is to check their grades online. If you have internet capability at home or work, you can access this information on a daily basis. If you need help with this please call the high school office at (520) 384-8601. You can also communicate with your children’s teachers by e-mailing or calling them.  

Your continued support enables us to provide the best education possible for your child. Let us work together to strengthen the partnership between school and home. I look forward to the new school year, and I encourage you to work hard and to get involved. If I can be of assistance, please stop by my office or call the school.

Read Mr. Thompson's entire letter here.

“Go Cowboys and Cowgirls”


Jeff Thompson
Principal