Upcoming Events


Upcoming Events


May 17th … EARLY OUT

May 18th … Awards Night  by invitation

May 24th… Lagoon Day

May 26th … EARLY OUT   Last Day of School


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Brave and Bold 



Portrait picture of our Principal Mrs. Sweet 

Principal's Message:

Welcome Eagles!

We look forward to another great year in our beautiful new building. This year we celebrate a record-breaking student population of over 1160—the largest junior high enrollment in Weber School District! We also welcome several new staff members this fall:

Blake Pope: English
Charles Bullock: Science
Jeremy Butler: Tech Ed
Shantel Champneys Resource Aide
Gabe Branson Assistant Head Custodian

This spring, April 2017, Wahlquist Jr. High School will be reviewed by a state level team representing AdvanED to renew our five-year accreditation status. This process involves an in-depth review of all school programs and practices that affect student learning. Staff, students and parents will all have the opportunity to be involved in this process. A survey will be available to all stakeholders this fall. We encourage everyone to participate in the survey. We look forward to the feedback which will be used to strengthen our school and improve opportunities for student success.

We appreciate the dedicated efforts of an exceptional staff, the ongoing support we receive from parents and other community members, and most importantly the enthusiasm, spirit and diligence that we observe in so many students every day. Together, there is little we cannot achieve! We are proud to be the Eagles!

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Junior High School

2656 North 2400 West

Ogden, Utah 84404


Main Office - (801) 452-4640

Attendance - (801) 452-4648

Counseling - (801) 452-4647

Fax - (801) 452-4679

Principal -
Sue Sweet
Assistant Principal - Quinn Talbot 



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WJH Mission Statement

To prepare students with the knowledge, skills, values, and vision for success in a changing world.

Belief Statements:

1.   Learning is a shared responsibility involving students, staff, parents, and community.
2.   Students will be provided with a variety of instructional approaches to support learning styles and abilities.
3.   Schools share in the resonsibility to teach productive behavior.
4.   Every individual is responsible for his/her actions.
5.   Every individual has value and should be treated with dignity and respect.
6.   Learning is enhanced by positive relationships, mutual respect, and trust.
7.   A safe and comfortable environment promotes student learning.
8.   The use of technology in the classroom enhances student learning.
9.   Education requires an integrated curriculum designed to teach real life skills.
10. Students need a variety of opportuntiies to apply learning in meaningful contexts.
11. Educational programs should reflect high standards and expectations.