Welcome, Blue Streak Alumni

  • 2021 is the 100th anniversary of Woodstock High School (at its current site). For information about the Blue Streaks 100 celebration, and additional alumni information, including the WHS Distinguished Alumni  Award, please visit: www.woodstockschools.org/bluestreaks100.  

    WHS has created an Alumni Room Museum. We honor our rich history and prestigious alumni by setting aside a special room where everyone may enjoy nostalgic glimpses and fond memories of The Woodstock High School's treasured history.

    Many items have been collected over the years that will be displayed in the Alumni Room Museum. However, we welcome donations of all kinds: pictures, plaques, banners, scrapbooks, etc. Please deliver your WHS memorabilia for our museum to the main office.

    The room is available for viewing by appointment only. Alumni groups or indivduals interested in visiting should contact Assistant Principal Matt Boland for more information - mboland@wcusd200.org or 815.338.4370.

    There is a closed Facebook group (not managed by D200) which WHS alums are welcome to join.  Click here to learn more about it.

Class Reunions

  • Woodstock High School is pleased to act as a clearinghouse for class reunion information. Woodstock High School does not plan reunions nor do we have official connections with activities set up by alumni. We are happy to publicize information that we have been given concerning upcoming reunions. If you are planning a reunion for your class, please contact Assistant Principal Matt Boland at 815.338.4370 to post information on our Alumni webpage.


    Image of a 1972 high school yearbookWoodstock High School Class of 1972

    The WHS Class of 1972 will gather for a tour of the building on Saturday, September 10, 2022 at 10:00 a.m.

    Meet at Door #1 (main door on the circle drive).

    We will post additional information here as soon as it is available.   





    Contact Matt Boland at WHS with questions: mboland@wcusd200.org 

WHS Blue Streak Accomplishments

  • Photo of U of Illinois a capella group No Comment a Cappella from the U of I Urbana-Champaign won the ICCA Midwest A Cappella quarterfinals in Madison, WI, in February 2016. Morgan Ammirati (WHS class of 2012) and Erica Finke (WHS class of 2015) were members of this group. They moved on to semi-finals in Chicago in March 2016. No comment was featured on the TV documentary "Sing it On" on the POP network last year. The show is now on Netflix. 


    Congratulations, 2014 Graduate Lindsey Fisher, for winning the prestigious International Graphic Arts Education Association Gutenberg Award. Lindsey is attending Columbia College and is pursuring a career in graphic design. 

    WHS Graduate Kelly Wood Mitchell Congratulations to Woodstock High School alumna Kelly Wood Mitchell, who was elected Indiana State Treasurer. Kelly previously worked in the Indiana State Treasurer’s office as the manager of TrustINdiana, a program which provides all Indiana local units of government the opportunity to invest in a common pool of investment assets.

    Mitchell was a member of the Woodstock High School class of 1985, going on to receive a Bachelor’s degree from Valparaiso University and later a Master’s degree from Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis (IUPUI).  Her election on Tuesday made Indiana state history, as it was the first time that three women sat atop the state’s ballot, running for, and winning, the positions of Secretary of State, State Auditor and State Treasurer. 



    Rafael Castaneda receives Matthew Freeman Social Justice Award from Roosevelt University. Click to read the entire article.

    Rafael Castaneda included in Northwest Herald's Best Under 40!  Click to read the entire article.

    Supplied by Northwest Herald

    Matthew Phillips (2003 grad) standing with his F18 Hornet. He is "Top Hook" in his carrier qualification class and a happy F18 aviator.


    Jeremy Weith (2001 grad) - 2nd year in a row awarded Illinois' "Big Brother of The Year"

    Click here to read the full article posted on the Northwest Herald site 



  • Vintage yearbooks are available for purchase.

    Have you lost your yearbook?

    Well, you might be in luck! Please email Sandi Brainard at sbrainard@wcusd200.org to see if one may be ordered for your graduation year. 

    Click here for more information