Front Row: Laura Cope, Jennifer Taylor, Arielle Markiewicz, Elizabeth Robinson, Ann Yanis, Sherrie Clark
Back Row: Rob Kurtz, Brian Gregory, Sheldon Oliver, Kathleen Carr, Jose Varela, Theresa Dethlefsen
Not pictured: Dr. Yvette Baldwin school psychologist, Brenda McKenna PPW
Office Hours 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Counselors available 7:20 to 2:50
Phone number : 240-740-1505
Registrar's Office Hours
Tuesday - Thursday: 6:45 a.m. - 7:20 a.m.
Friday 6:45.a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Open during all lunches until 12:30 p.m.
We focus on academic, personal / social and college / career development so students can achieve success in school and are prepared to lead fulfilling lives as responsible members of society.
Counseling Questions and links.
- Find Your Counselor
- Helpful Studying Hints for Students and Parents
- Graduation Requirements
- Foreign Language
- Mental Health Websites
- Seniors - College Process Slideshow
Honor Rolls- Eligibility and Selection
- Students must maintain a B average during the grading period.
- Students may have no more than one C during the grading period.
- Student may not have any grades less than a C.
- There is no distinction between subjects.
- Courses meeting more than one period will have their grade multiplied by the number of periods met.
Homework may be requested for students missing 3 days or more by calling the Counseling Secretary at 240-740-1505. Parents should allow at least 24 hours for homework to be submitted to the Counseling office. Students missing 1-2 days are to use the "buddy system" as explained the first day of school. The student or parent may also email teachers directly for assignments.
Interim reports are mailed home midway through each marking period. Weekly Progress reports are available in the Counseling department. Students may pick up these forms, ask teachers to mark their progress, and take the reports home for monitoring. Parents may also check student progress on Edline. Teachers can be contacted via telephone or e-mail.
Withdrawal from Courses
If a student withdraws from a course before the end of the fifth week (25 school days), no notation is made on the student's permanent record card or report card. The request to withdraw must be made by the 25th school day. If the student withdraws after 25 school days of the course, the date of the withdrawal and the achievement attained to the time of withdrawal will be entered on the report card and permanent record. Withdrawal grades are not used in computing GPA or WGPA. However, they are included to determine student academic eligibility for participation in extracurricular activities.
Withdrawal from School
To withdraw from Wootton High School , please call the Registrar, Antoinette Yanis, at 240-740-1554 to schedule an appointment regarding withdrawal procedures. A letter of withdrawal must be on file before transcripts, report cards and other school records will be mailed to the receiving school.
New Student Enrollment Packet
- New Enrollment Checklist (updated 3-21-19)
- Student Record Card February 2019
- Student Emergency Information Form Feb 2019
- New Student Information February 2019
- Authorization Release Request Records June 2016
- Annual Notice for Directory Information and Student Privacy 2018
Information regarding ACT accommodations
This link provides step by step instructions of what to do as a parent/student for ACT accommodations.