Welcome to the Woodinville High School PTSA website.

The WHS PTSA is dedicated to supporting the students and staff of Woodinville High.

President's Letter!

Woodinville High School PTSA Welcomes You!


Welcome back to school everyone!

WHS PTSA is very excited for students to be returning to school this year.  Our overriding goal this year is to support our entire Falcon Community.  And this is where we need your help.

With so many unknowns on what this year will look like, WHS PTSA is hoping to provide emotional and financial support for students and staff.  We are hoping you will partner with us on this endeavor. Please consider joining and donating to WHS PTSA.  The PTSA’s voice in advocating for our students in Woodinville and Washington is strengthened by our membership numbers.

There are also numerous volunteering opportunities that provide a great way to connect with the Woodinville community. The board contacts page lists all of the committees and each committee is seeking new volunteers. 

All funds raised are used to support and enrich our school community.  If you have any questions or want to connect please email woodinvillehighschoolptsa@gmail.com.

Liza Yore and Kara Roth

Become a Member!

Joining PTSA is a great way to show your support of WHS and to get connected with other members of our Falcon family. By becoming a member of the Woodinville High School PTSA, you become part of the active community that supports dozens of academic and artistic programs at Woodinville High School.  With a PTSA membership, you are also uniting with thousands of other parents, teachers and supporters in helping make our voices heard for our children! Join the PTSA online. 



Thanks to your generous donations to Pass The Hat, we are able to support and enhance the educational experience of all students and staff at WHS.


Volunteer opportunities available during Northshore Learns 3.0 will be shared soon

Involvement by student's families and community members contributes to a successful school experience and has a positive impact on student achievement. When caring adults participate in the education of children, students achieve better grades, have better attendance, complete homework, and show higher aspirations.