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Helmet Madness: White House moves to Sweet 16, will face PJPII

The White House High School Blue Devils football helmet has moved on to the Sweet 16 in the 615Preps Helmet Madness contest, having soundly defeated Cheatham County in the second round with 80 percent of the vote. The Blue Devils will face Sumner County neighbor Pope John Paul II, who narrowly advanced past Middle Tennessee

Helmet Madness: Vote the Blue Devils into the Sweet 16!

The 2020 Helmet Madness contest by 615Preps is now in the second round. The White House Blue Devils are taking on the Cheatham County Cubs in the round of 32. See the links below to vote White House into the round of 16. Voting goes through 10 a.m. on Saturday. #WhoYaGot? — 615 Preps (@615Preps)

Helmet Madness: WH defeats Brentwood, next up is Cheatham Co.

In the first round of the 615 Preps High School Football Helmet Madness contest, White House High School has defeated Brentwood High School with 58.5% of the vote to 41.5%. The round completed Wednesday with 441 total votes. Voting will start later today for the second round, so check back here for updates. #WhoYaGot –

A letter to parents and students from WHHS Administration…

Parents of WHHS students, We have missed being at school with our students, and it has only been three days! We continue to strive to do what is best for students, especially during this unusual time. Most of all, we want you to know that our goal is to support our students in what they

Food Pick-Up Instructions Starting Wednesday at WHHS

White House High School will begin serving Grab-and-Go breakfast and lunch meals on Wednesday, March 25th from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. as a partnership with Sumner County Schools. WHHS will serve as a pickup location for any Sumner County student in the White House community, including WHHS, WHMS, H.B. Williams Elementary School, Millersville and

Soccer: Devils splash Wave in final minutes

By Kris Freeman for White House High School WHITE HOUSE – The White House Blue Devils were well in control at home Friday night in the second half when Gallatin scored a pair of goals in less than a minute to tie the game. But the hosts would not be outdone, as Elian Salazar-Huerta put

Soccer: Meet the 2020 Blue Devils!

Photo by Leanna Holland. The 2020 White House Blue Devils Boys Soccer Team coached by Mark Lamberth.