Welcome to White's!

White’s Jr./Sr. High School, located in Wabash, Ind., is fully accredited by the Indiana Department of Education and is part of the Metropolitan School District of Wabash County.

The school now offers an innovative Credit Acceleration and Recovery Program (CARP), allowing students to make up credit for classes they’ve taken in the past, and helping them to graduate from high school.

Every teacher stresses accountability for academic performance and personal behavior. With a low student-to-teacher ratio, strict behavior standards, uniform policy and mandatory study times, students experience academic success they have never had before. In the process, students learn important study skills that benefit them throughout their lives.

A standard public school curriculum based on the Indiana state standards is provided, making it possible for students to stay on track for a high school diploma.

White's Offers:

  • Low student-to-teacher ratio
  • Structured classroom setting
  • Individualized college prep classes
  • Licensed and certified teachers
  • Special education services
  • Student dress code
  • Year-round calendar
  • Individualized Education Plan
  • Online curriculum


School Status

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Wabash, IN
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High: 84° at 5pm
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Contact Us!

White's Jr./Sr. High School
5233 South 50 East
Wabash, IN  46992

Troy Friedersdorf, Principal

V:  260-563-8050
F:  260-563-5272

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Our Mission

At White's Jr./Sr. High School the teachers, counselors, support staff, and administrators, strive to maximize the optimum potential of all our students by establishing a learning environment that supports resiliency, flexibility, self-advocacy and a passion for lifelong learning. 

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