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Woodland High School ~ 2016-17 School Profile

800 Old Alabama Road Cartersville, GA 30120 ~ (770) 606-5870 ~ Fax (770) 383-3232

Dr. John Harper
Dr. Wes Dickey
Mr. John Howard
Mr. DJon McNair
Mrs. Lori Scifers
KK Smith, Lead
Marie Stephens
Mary Beth Tumlin
Alison Whitehead
Woodland High School Cartersville
Woodland Wildcats @

A = 90-100
B = 80-89
C = 70-79
F = 69 and below

Bartow County is located in the scenic foothills of
Georgia's Appalachian Mountains, approximately
45 miles northwest of the city limits of Atlanta and
included in the Metro Atlanta Service Area. As the
25th largest school district in the state of Georgia,
Bartow County School System is home to
approximately 14,178 students. There are 21
schools in Bartow County, each accredited by the
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
These include 12 elementary, 4 middle, and 3 high
schools, as well as the Bartow County College and
Career Academy (BCCCA).
Woodland High School was founded in 1997 and
had its first graduating class in 2000, serving a
largely rural community. WHS follows a 4x4 Block
schedule. Our academic year is August May.
Total enrollment..1610
Size of senior class 359
Average classroom size 31
Faculty w/ Masters degree or higher.73%
Accreditation .SACS
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

Student Demographics
White 70%
Black ... 7%
Asian ..<1%
American Indian .<1%
Multi-racial 2%
Class of 2015
Graduates ..339
Graduation Rate.76.4%
4 year College/University .. 50%
2 year College .40%
Our expectation:
23the Standard for SUCCESS!

2015-16 SAT School Averages

No. of Students Tested.142
Mean Reading Score .502
Mean Math Score .. 482
Mean Writing Score . 479
Mean Composite..1466

2015-16 ACT School Averages

No. of Students Tested .173
Mean English Score ..19.9
Mean Math Score ..19.4
Mean Reading Score .21.6
Mean Science Score ..21.0
Mean Composite Score20.6

Wisdom, Honor, Successthe Woodland Way!

WHS course offerings include Advanced Placement
(AP), Honors, CTAE, and Fine Arts. Advanced
courses are available in all academic areas. College
dual credit classes are also offered. 23 credits are
required to graduate. Class rank is cumulative for
four years and weighted on the basis of the
curriculum level. All classes and all students
pursuing a regular diploma are calculated in the
class rank. AP & Honor classes are weighted for
GPA and class rank purposes. AP course grades
include an additional 5 points to final grade;
honors classes have 3 points added to final grade.
In 2015, 77.4% AP test takers received college
credit by scoring a 3 or higher on their exam.
18 AP Courses
16 Honors Courses
English Lit/Lang
9th & 10th Lit Comp
American/Mult. Lit
Environmental Science
Pre-Calc/Algebra II
U.S. / World History
U.S. / World History
Spanish (3)
Art &Design (3)
Human Geography
College Credit Now
Currently our students are dually enrolled at, but
not limited to the following:
Kennesaw State
Georgia Highlands
Chattahoochee Tech
Georgia Northwestern
WHS Graduates Are Now Attending:
Alabama State
Mississippi State
Art Institute of Atlanta
Ohio State University
Berry College
Reinhardt College
Cabrillo College
Chattahoochee Tech
Shorter University
Chattahoochee Valley
South Georgia
Columbus State
Tusculum College
Embry-Riddle Aero. Univ. UCLA
Georgia College
University of Alabama
Georgia Highlands
University of Georgia
Georgia Northwestern
University of Louisiana
Georgia Southern
University of Miami
Georgia State Univ.
University of North Georgia
Georgia Tech
University of Tennessee
Jacksonville State Univ. University of West Ga.
Kennesaw State Univ.
Valdosta State
Mercer University
Young Harris

School Code: 110619