Even if WMHS does not have a great reputation, the new pricipal has been doing a wonderful job. He has created excellent courses and has turned around all the studenst of WMHS. those in Woburn should find themselves lucky to be going to such a wonderfl school.
WMHS has an outsdanding special needs program. Having worked there for 33 out of 34 years, I can attest to the dedication and devotion of the staff. Our special needs students at age 22 leave school having learned social skills, works skills and academics. I am now retired but WMHS will always be 'my' school.
Looking back on this school, I do not think it is the greatest enviornment. However, if you are in the top 10 percent of your class, you will be fine and graduate to any college in the country. However, the other 90 percent of the school population can very easily 'fall through the cracks.' There is little guidance in this school. Nepitism and friend job appoinments reign supreme. A good teacher that is truly devoted to the student is found hard to come by. The Technology is the only facet of this school that keeps it from getting one star. The football team is more important than academics here. Goodbye WHS.