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Education

We’re a City with School Spirit

Ask any White Hall resident to name the most valued asset of our community, and the answer will likely be our schools – and justifiably so. All seven WHSD campuses (including one in nearby Redfield) were accredited by the highly-respected North Central Association for the current school year with no citations. More than 70% of our school system’s graduates go on to attend college.

The district operates four elementary schools (grades K-6), a middle school (grades 7-9) and the high school (grades 10-12), educating a total of approximately 3,150 students who come from a surrounding area of 104 square miles. The pupil/teacher ratio is about 14.9 with a staff of 238 certified teachers and 154 non-certified classified employees. About 45% of the faculty have earned graduate-level degrees.

The district’s assessed valuation is over $218 million, contributed from local industry as well as assessments on residential property, small business and other tax revenue. Expending about $5,000 per student annually, the district continues to provide a well-rounded, high-quality education to its students with an emphasis mastering the basics, enhanced with honors and advanced classes for gifted students. The curriculum is further enriched with art, choral and instrumental music, foreign language and a broad offering of extracurricular activities. Structure and discipline are upheld as important aspects of the total school experience.

Schools in the White Hall School District receive excellent support from active volunteer programs as well as vital parent/teacher organizations that serve in partnership between school and home to help each student achieve his/her potential.

Entrance of Gandy Elementary School - link
Hardin Elementary School - link
Entrance of Moody Elementary School - link
Entrance of Taylor Elementary School - link
Entrance of White Hall Middle School - link
Entrance of White Hall High School - link