Class of 2019 – Pictures

Get Ready For Senior Photos

Sign for your Senior photo sessions. Review the attached information from Gigante to schedule. Further questions, please contact Mrs. Khalaf @

Check here for updated information throughout the school year:

  • Senior Timeline WRHS Senior Class Timeline pdf file (updated 8/20/2018). Please download for specific dates & detailed events!
  • Class of 2019 Canvas Course
  • Get reminders on your phone by texting the message: @89ffcf to 81010
  • District Website Graduation Requirements
Class of 2019 Administrative Contacts
Class of 2019 Student Officers
  • President: Treasure Wilson
  • Vice President: Norr Hylton
  • Secretary: Casey Moran
  • Treasurer: Breonna Racoma
  • Senators: Nick Suriel, Julia Leck, Granger Smith
College & Career Planning
July – August (referencing Timeline pdf file 8/20/2018)

7/31 – 8/1 Senior Photo Session with Gigante by appointment 8:00 am – 4:00 pm – Bus LC

September – October

9/7 Student Services Presentation, Gym, w/ Mrs. Batchelor . Seniors will attend during their English classes – all day

9/12 Senior Seminar – Parent Presentation – Batchelor Cafeteria at 6:00 pm

9/14  Cap and Gown Presentation/Herff Jones Gym – 2nd Period

TBD  Parent Night to order Cap and Gown and Announcement orders. Location: Cafeteria – 5:00 – 8:00 pm

TBD  Cap and Gown orders/Herff Jones – lunch period 5 – Cafeteria

10/8 – 10/12 Homecoming Week Activites

10/13 Homecoming Dance – Gym 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

10/1 Senior Formal and Personlity Picture Deadline

TBD Senior Quote deadline for yearbook (if applicable)


12/1  Deadline to purchase Senior Tribute Pages for the yearbook

12/21 Deadline to order Cap & Gown/Announcements

TBD  Senior Panoramic picture- 2nd period

March – April

3/13 – 3/27   Grad Bash tickets on sale- must have paperwork completeed and be on track to purchase

4/10  Final Senior Expectations meeting- Graduation/ Timeline/Check-Out and Senior Activities

4/12 Grad Bash – Universal Studios

  • Student check in starts at 1:30 PM (Seniors who have a 7th period class will report to the gym at 2:00pm)
  • Departs WRHS on 4/12@ 3:00 pm and arrives back at WRHS on 4/13 @ 5:00 am
  • You must be in present at school for at least 4 periods to attend Grad Bash – no exceptions!

4/22 – 4/26   Senior Spirit Days

4/27  Senior Prom 7:00pm – 11:00pm at Bryan Glazer Family JCC

May – June

5/2  Academic Awards night (for all grades) 6:00pm – 8:00pm – Gym

5/20 Senior checkout forms distributed

5/6 Deadline for completion of all online classes/coursework

5/6 – 5/17  AP Exams

5/20 – 5/24   Senior Exam Schedule

5/23 Locker cleanout – 1:00 pm

5/23  Senior Scholarship Night by Invitation Only – 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm – Gym

5/27 Cap Decorating Agreements are due at senior checkout

5/27 Senior checkout/Cap & Gown distribution – lunch period 5

5/28 Senior grades due @ 2pm

5/28 MANDATORY graduation practice and Elementary School Graduation Walk – 7:25 am – 1:50pm – Gym

5/29 Senior Breakfast 8:00 – 11:00 am- The Venetian Event Center – Tampa, FL, 9724 Cross Creek Blvd, Tampa, FL

5/29 MANDATORY graduation practice 12:00 – 2:00 PM @WRHS gym, Decorated Caps are due

5/31 Senior notification

TBD Baccelaureate by First Baptist Church of Wesely Chapel and Legacy Club 7:00pm-8:30pm

6/5 MANDATORY graduation practice 8:00 am – 11:00am  (Faculty 10:00am – 11:00am) – Gym

6/6  GRADUATION Class or 2019

Date & Location: Thursday, June 6th, 4:00 pm at the USF Sun Dome!

  • Seniors must report to the Sun Dome, Entry A, by 3:00 PM
  • Cap & Gown Distribution
  • Graduation Practice
  • Graduation

Senior To-Do List:

  • Continue a strong academic schedule with AP, Honors, and/or Dual Enrollment classes.
  • Finalize the list of schools where you will apply and make sure you have all application packages. Most schools offer an online application option; applications for Florida’s state universities and colleges can be found through the college or university’s website.
  • Apply to colleges EARLY in the Fall. Consider applying to multiple colleges in case your first choice is not available. If you have thoroughly researched schools and feel you’ve found the best match, you may want to consider an early action plan.
  • Organize your application packages. Review deadlines and requirements, test scores, high school transcripts, essays and recommendations. Use a file box and folders for each school. Put a label on the front of each folder with your online username, password, and deadlines.
  • Give teachers, employers, and other adults at least a month to complete recommendation forms.
  • If available, use each school’s online application status or tracking system to check if they have received all of your materials. Don’t leave it up to your Guidance Counselor to do this.
  • Apply for housing if you plan to live on campus.
  • Gather information to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Check out for other financial aid resources.
  • Take or retake the SAT or ACT if necessary.
  • Complete the requirements for graduation and continue to take rigorous classwork.
  • After January 1st, but as early as possible, file with the FAFSA with your parents help. (You’ll need their most recent tax return)
  • If your future college wants mid-year transcripts, submit that request to your counselor early.
  • Wait for college admissions decisions and financial aid award letters. Use this information to determine which school best meets your academic goals and financial needs.
  • Consider making another visit to schools where you have been accepted. While you’re there, ask plenty of questions.
  • Once you’ve made a decision, notify all colleges immediately. Send in housing and other deposits and sign up for orientation at your chosen school.
  • If you take dual enrollment classes, request and official transcript be sent to your future college.
  • If your top college choices are not available, work with your counselor to find other colleges with openings.
  • If requested, send your financial transcript to the school you will be attending.
  • Send thank you notes to teachers, counselors, and anyone else who may have assisted you in the application process.