Winchester Community High School
Winchester, Indiana
 765-584-8201 x1500 / 800-215-8201


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Transcript Request

Official transcripts from Winchester Community High School are processed electronically and must be requested online at
Seniors: The guidance department also needs to know where you want final transcripts sent at the end of your high school career, when you request your final transcript. 

Work Permit Requests

Students who are 14-17 years of age and would like to have a job need to go through a few steps in order to obtain a work permit. 

1.) First, you need to have a job.
2.) Print, fill out the Intention to Employ form below, and return to Mrs. McNees in the high school office.
  pdf Intention to Employ (221 KB)
3.) Your work permit will then be completed and given to you. 

Test Taking Tips

Test Taking Tips:

1. Get a full night’s sleep before the test. Do not pull an all-nighter cramming before the test. A lack of sleep will affect your performance.

2. Eat a good breakfast the morning of the test. Avoid eating sugary foods. High-protein foods like scrambled eggs are often best for aiding concentration and minimizing fatigue.

3. Visit the bathroom 15-30 minutes before the test. Do not drink water or other beverages for an hour before the test, as a full bladder will affect your concentration.

4. Wear comfortable clothing.

5. Don’t panic. If you start getting anxious, take slow deep breaths. Don’t worry about other people finishing early. Smart people know to use all available time to double-check their work.

6. Pace yourself. Calculate the amount of time you have to answer each question and avoid getting bogged down on any one question.  You might also take a minute at the start of the test to scan through the questions, so you can know what to expect.

7. Answer the easiest questions first. Most tests arrange the questions in order of difficulty, but sometimes you’ll find that later questions are easier for you. If you’re stuck on a question, move on to the next question (but be sure you skip it on the answer sheet). You can always return to the question later. Sometimes returning to a question after answering other questions can give you a fresh perspective.

8. Eliminate any answers that you know are incorrect, especially on questions where you are having trouble arriving at the answer. If you can eliminate one or more of the answers, making an educated guess among the remaining answers is worthwhile.

9. Consider all the answer choices before writing down your final answer. 

10. If you have time left over at the end of the test, review your answers. Don’t second-guess an answer unless you are certain that you misread or misinterpreted the question. Watch out for careless errors. Also double-check that you wrote all of the answers in the correct locations. (If you skipped a question, make sure you didn’t misalign the answer to the next question.)