Kelly Walsh High School

3500 E. 12th St.
Casper, Wyoming 82609
Phone: (307) 253-2000
Fax: (307) 253-2066

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Hours: 7:45 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Grades: 9 - 12
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School Description:

Kelly Walsh believes in an atmosphere of caring and respect. “Kelly Walsh is not about the bricks and concrete. That’s not what makes our school special. It’s about the people who show up here every day,” says Principal Brad Diller.

Kelly Walsh parents and families are encouraged to be involved with their students’ education and to be part of the school learning community. There are several ways to get involved with the school. Parents may join the district’s Parent Advisory Council, the Kelly Walsh Booster Club, the Quarterback Club, E.L.A.T.E. (Eastside Learning and Activities Team Experience), or school improvement committees.

Kelly Walsh High School is a school where “Everybody Counts.” The school’s mission is to prepare every student for their next step. Families are encouraged to call to make plans to visit our school when classes are in session.

Personnel

Principal: Brad Diller
(307) 253-2000

Assistant Principal: Kathy Neely
(307) 253-2000

Assistant Principal: John Ostheimer
(307) 253-2000

Assistant Principal: Amy Rose
(307) 253-2000

Assistant Principal: Scott Winter
(307) 253-2000

Families:

Kelly Walsh parents and families are encouraged to be involved with their students\' education and to be part of the school learning community. There are several ways to get involved with the school. Parents may join the district\'s Parent Advisory Council, the Kelly Walsh Booster Club, the Quarterback Club, E.L.A.T.E. (Eastside Learning and Activities Team Experience), or school improvement committees.

Kelly Walsh offers a wide variety of classes at all levels. The school has a strong Advanced Placement (AP) program, as well as honors, advanced, and dual-credit classes. Students may choose from a wide array of electives and career/technical education courses in categories including family and consumer science, industrial tech, business, physical education, fine arts, foreign language, math, science, and social studies. Kelly Walsh also offers one-to-one computer opportunities for all students.

All students also participate in T.R.O.Y. (Together Reaching Our Youth), an advisor/advisee program that meets weekly.

Student activities include Cantabile, A Capella Choir, Encore, and Esprit de Corps vocal groups; Art Club; Catering; Cheerleaders; Co-Ed Ball; Dancers; DECA; Drama Club; Forensics; Foreign Language Clubs (French, Spanish, Japanese and Latin); Game Club; Homecoming Week activities and parade; intramural sports; Kelly Kall; National Honor Society; PROM; Quill and Scroll; Science Club; Stand Up; Student Council; Yearbook; and others as requested.

Athletic programs include basketball, cheerleading, co-ed cross country running, football, golf, indoor track, Nordic skiing, alpine skiing, swimming, soccer, tennis, track, volleyball, and wrestling.

We offer tutoring in math and language arts before and after school. Identified students also are eligible for tutoring throughout the school day.

Kelly Walsh is home to one Behavior and Social Skills classroom, as well as the district’s high school level functional life skills class. We also have a career skills prep program and an on-site child care center.

All students participate in the advisor/advisee program, T.R.O.Y., which meets weekly.

Breakfast is served daily before school.

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