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WHO WE ARE

WHO WE ARE

 

The Woodland Hills Foundation Alumni Network (WHFAN) is a collaboration between the Woodland Hills Foundation (WHF) and the Woodland Hills School District (WHSD).  Its purpose is to foster, maintain and support a mutually beneficial relationship between Alumni, the Woodland Hills School District, the Village, and the Woodland Hills Foundation. Our goal is to develop a platform that allows Alumni and Community Members to share contact information, knowledge, and experiences from their time as a student and supporter of the district. 

 

The Woodland Hills Foundation Alumni Network seeks to leverage the energy, optimism, and commitment of the thousands of Alumni and Community Members to motivate, support, and mentor current students and recent graduates of Woodland Hills Senior High School. 
 

The WHFAN provides opportunities for Alumni to connect with each other, to the students, staff and teachers in the Woodland Hills School District and to the Village. We encourage Alumni engagement through our newsletters, website, social media, activities and events as we recognize and celebrate the great things that Woodland Hills Alumni are doing as life-long learners and leaders.
 

The WHFAN provides opportunities for Alumni to support the WHSD students of today who are the Alumni of tomorrow by giving to the WHSD Alumni Scholarship Fund, making a donation in memory or in honor of a classmate, and/or making a legacy gift.

OUR MISSION

 

To champion a life-long relationship between the Woodland Hills School District and its alumni. To connect resources possessed by alumni with students' Academic and Occupational goals.

 

OUR GUIDING PRINCIPLES

  • To build relationships and a sense of camaraderie among students and Alumni

  • To support students throughout their lifetime both within the district and beyond

  • To provide opportunities for Alumni to support the Woodland Hills School District and Woodland Hills Foundation

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