Wilson High School Aevidum club is hosting a suicide awareness walk from 6-10 PM on May 13 at Gurski Stadium. There will be guest speakers, carnival games, and a glow run. 50% of the proceeds from this event will benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. If you are interested in participating, go to the high school counseling office webpage for more information. We'd like to invite all of the members of the Wilson community to join us in bringing awareness to this serious issue.
May 16 & 17– Algebra I Exam
May 18 & 19– Literature Exam
May 23 & 24– Biology Exam
If you have any questions please contact of School Assessment Coordinator, Jeff Ebert at EbeJef@wilsonsd.org or 610-670-0180, ext. 4905.
Wilson HS Student Government & Whitfield HSA present a Color-A-Thon 3K & 5K Walk & Run on May 14 at 9:00am at Wilson's John Gurski Stadium. Help us raise FUN & FUNDS to improve student opportunities! This event is open to the public. Please click here<http://shop.schoolathon.org/EventIndex.asp?EID=183837> to register to RUN/WALK. To volunteer, please click here<https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1XVYoNfi6V7uaj5hJttrPwRaUrpaOzwuz6v2Gm7U_sIo/viewform>. For a copy of the info/volunteer flyer, please click here<http://wilsonsd.org/cms/lib01/PA01000270/Centricity/Domain/1/Color%20Run%20flyer%20-%20volunteers.pdf>. SEE YOU AT THE STARTING LINE!
Wilson High School Honors Internship Program
Wilson High School is proud to announce our Honors Internship Program for our junior and senior students beginning next school year. The purpose of the Honors Internship Program is to provide a practical introduction to the professional work environment through direct contact with professionals in the community. Students will participate in a workplace experience, in regularly scheduled meetings with the supervising teacher, and in semester presentations. Internships may be paid or unpaid. Internships can be tailored to the unique needs and interests of the learner. A learning agreement outlines the expectations of all parties: the student, parent, supervising teacher, employer, and school. For more information, click here.
Here is Ellen Albright, Communications Director for the Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce speaking on Comcast's Newsmakers show about the Wilson Honors Internship Program:
2015-2016 Technology Fee
All middle and high school students, except those who qualify for the national free and reduced lunch program, are asked to pay a $40.00 yearly technology fee. This fee has been posted to Family Access and can be paid using family access or by making a check made payable to the Wilson School District. All checks should have your child's name written on them and should be mailed to the building office attn: Building Technology Assistant. Parents may opt out of the fee and forgo the ability to take the Chromebook home. Please contact the HS Office with any questions.
US News & World Report named Wilson High School as one of America's Best High Schools in 2015.