Fun Facts

Our First Seniors

In 1929 our first class of seniors graduated with only three students!

Basketball

Our Whippets and Lady Whippets are both headed to state this year! This is the 5th consecutive trip to State for the Lady Whippets and the 2nd for the Whippets!

From Grads to Staff

Nine of our staff members are Varnum High School graduates!

Spotlight

Kerri

"The activities I enjoy most are Student Council and 4-H because they help me grow closer to my fellow students and people in my community. The advice I would give underclassmen is, right wrongs, but never apologize for doing the right things."

- Kerri Benard (Class of 2021)

Lance

"I would like to say, thank you to my family, extended family, and the family I have met while I have been here at Varnum. Thank you for all of the encouragement throughout my high school career. And a big thank you to my to my teachers that have believed in me. It's been real VHS."

- Lance Nutt (Class of 2021)

Katherine

"The thing I'll miss the most about Varnum High School is sitting with my friends at lunch and eating the school salads. The advice I would give to the underclassmen is, do your work and don't backtalk your teachers."

- Katherine Van Winkle (Class of 2021)

Braden

"I want to thank all the teachers that I have had in my life for making me who I am today and to give a big thank you to my family. The advice I would give the underclassmen is, hang in there. It gets easier, and it'll be gone before you know it."

- Braden Porter (Class of 2021)

Brendan

"The teacher that has had the biggest impact on me is Coach Miller. He has taught me life lessons and helped me become a better defensive player on the baseball field. The advice I'd give the underclassmen is, in the phrase 'student athlete', 'student' comes first, so focus up and do your work."

- Brendan Biffle (Class of 2021)

Rylan

"The way I'd like to be remembered at VHS is as a helpful, nice, and funny person. The advice I would give the underclassmen is, be nice to other students, be respectful to your teachers, and do your work."

- Rylan Knight (Class of 2021)

Rachel

The teacher that had the biggest impact on me is Coach Hadley because he is always pushing me to get better and explains what I need to do to improve. The advice that I would give the underclassmen is, time goes by fast. Don't waste your time and then say 'I wish I would have'."

- Rachel Gosa (Class of 2021)

Baylen

"The thing I will miss the most about Varnum High School is being a part of the best class ever! The advice I would give the underclassmen is, always listen to your teachers' advice."

- Baylen White (Class of 2021)

Terrance

"The class I enjoy the most is English because of Mrs. Dunagan. My advice to the underclassmen is, do Ms. White's work because she'll snitch."

- Terrance Madkins (Class of 2021)

Darian

"The thing I will most most about Varnum High School is coming to school and seeing my friends. The advice I would give underclassmen is, enjoy high school while it lasts."

- Darian Hill (Class of 2021)

Isabel

"The teacher who has had the most impact on me is Coach Miller because he has always believed in me and pushes me to become better. The advice that I would give to the underclassmen is, don't take anything for granted, and enjoy everything that high school and sports bring you."

- Isabel Davis (Class of 2021)

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"The thing I will miss the most about Varnum High School is messing around and joking with my friends. The advice I would give the underclassmen is, always push yourself and get your work done on time."

- Jordan Lewis (Class of 2021)

Kamryn Brewer

"If there was one thing I could be remembered for at VHS, it would be for being a kind person. The advice I have for the underclassmen is, don't be afraid to put yourself out there and chase your dreams. You are capable of so much more than you think you are!"

- Kamryn Brewer (Class of 2021)

Kaden

"The thing I will miss most about Varnum High School is my brothers. The advice I would give to the underclassmen is, take high school slowly."

- Kaden Jasna (Class of 2021)

Kolby

"The thing I will miss most about Varnum is seeing my friends. The advice that I would give to the underclassmen is, enjoy it while it lasts because it will be over before you know it."

- Kolby Johnson (Class of 2021)

Vanessa

"My favorite high school memory is of the time I got a flat tire at school and me and Isabel tried to fix it. The teacher/coach that had the biggest impact on me is Mrs. Dunagan because she always pushes me to do my best."

- Vanessa Zapata (Class of 2021)

Alexandro

"The thing I will miss the most about Varnum High School is seeing my friends. The advice I would give underclassmen is, listen to your teachers and do your work."

- Alexandro Charqueno (Class of 2021)

Laura

"The activity I enjoy most is basketball because of the relationships and memories I have with my teammates and coaches. The advice I would give underclassmen is, learn to study and be kind, because you never know what people are going through."

- Laura McCutcheon (Class of 2021)

Dallen

"The teacher that had the biggest impact on me is Mrs. Dunagan because she will always tell you the truth and she is easy to talk to. The advice I would give underclassmen is, do your work and turn it in."

- Dallen Hill (Class of 2021)

Donovan

"The thing I will miss the most about Varnum High School is seeing my friends everyday. The advice I would give the underclassmen is, show up to school even when you don't want to."

- Donovan Smith (Class of 2021)

Grace

"The activity I enjoy most is basketball and the class I enjoy the most is Art because I like to paint. After High School, I plan to go to college and play basketball."

- Grace Lena (Class of 2021)

martell

"My favorite high school memory is of winning the state basketball championship. The coach that has had the biggest impact on me is Coach Hadley because he always expects a lot out of me and makes me work harder."

- Martell Davis (Class of 2021)

Cordell

"If there was one way I could be remembered at VHS, it would be for how hard I worked in basketball and how I tried to be a leader on and off the court. The advice I would give the underclassmen is, don't take anything for granted and enjoy the memories that high school and sports bring you."

- Cordell King (Class of 2021)