Welcome to Waldron Middle/High School
Our middle/high school aims to help our Spartans do more and be more, positively affecting themselves, their parents and their community. Our staff are working hard to ensure students are developing the important skills they need to be college and career ready!
Consider Waldron for your child if:
- You are seeking highly qualified teachers who believe in your child's potential to learn and excel.
- You want your child to learn in a collaborative, community environment, where there are one on one learning opportunities.
- You want your child in a classroom where there is interactive learning, where the students assist in the learning process.
- You want teachers and staff that will assist your child in goal setting for his/her future and acheive these goals.
Award Winning and Statewide Recognized FFA Program!
Our district is proud to be apart of a small agricultural community! More than 75% of our middle and high school students particpate in FFA! Our FFA advisor and Ag Science teacher, Margo Fether, has been leading our students for twenty-five years! The multitude of awards and plaques shows how successful our chapter is. Our FFA members win awards at all levels of competition, with many of our members achieving state-level leadership positions.
Programs Offered to Our Spartans
- Dual enrollment: Students don't have to wait to for college to earn college credits! Credits can be obtained before graduating high school! Partnered with Jackson College, our students can take college courses their junior and senior years.
- Early/Middle College: Partnered with the Hillsdale County Early Middle College program, students can enter the program their junior year of high school. After their senior year, students attend a fifth year and can earn at least 15 college credits.
- Career Center: Partnered with the Hillsdale County Career Center, students can attend and learn a trade! Programs offered include nursing, cybersecurity, welding and more! This is a great opportunity for career minded students.