Welcome to the High School information portal. Below you will find all of the necessary informative documents and communications to help you get ready for the school year.
Opening Day Letter
Opening day letter from Dr. Dan Weber, High School Principal.
Student Photo Day
The High School will be having student photos on Wednesday, August 23rd with a makeup day on Tuesday, October 3rd.
Academic Booster/PTO Membership Form
Please consider joining the Wilson High School Academic Booster’s Organization by completing the membership form below.
Parents and students are expected to read the Student Handbook.
Parking Decal Application
Wilson High School has limited parking on our campus. All students wishing to park a vehicle on campus must complete the Parking Decal Application form and obtain a Parking Decal from the High School Office. Parking Decals will be available beginning on Tuesday, August 8th, 2023 in the High School Upper House Office. The Parking Decal form must be signed by a parent/guardian.
Tuesday, August 8th: 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM for Seniors
Wednesday, August 9th: 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM for Seniors
Thursday, August 10th: 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM for all other students
- Friends are not permitted to get decals for each other. Only the student or his/her parent may get the student’s decal, and the student’s driver’s license must be presented at time of pick up.
- There is NO COST for Parking Decals
- The parking decal form is available using the link below.
- A parking decal gives students the privilege of parking on school property. Spaces will be filled on a first-come, first-filled basis with the Bulldog Field lot being used as the overflow lot.
Parking lot rules as stated in the Wilson Student Handbook will be enforced. Please note that the streets surrounding the high school (including all of Grandview Blvd.) will be posted as “2 hour parking” and Spring Township police will ticket vehicles out of compliance.
Medication Procedures and Form
It is the Wilson School District’s intent to ensure the maximum health and safety for all students. We realize that at times students have medical conditions which require the use of medication. In most situations, all doses of prescribed medications can be given at home. However, there are times when it will be necessary for a student to receive medication during school hours. Therefore, we have adopted a revised procedural guideline for medication administration. If your child requires medication that is required to be administered during the school day, please complete the attached form and return it to the school nurse. These procedures are necessary in order to comply with the Pennsylvania State laws including those of the State Board of Nurse Examiners. Please review the following guidelines carefully and consult the nurse in your child’s school if you have questions.
Doctor’s Excuses/Clearance Information
Information on when to provide a doctor’s excuse/clearance note and when you should keep your child home from the nurse’s office.
Grade 11 Physical Form
The Pennsylvania School Health Act stipulates that all students in grade 11 receive a physical examination. The state allows us to accept physicals up to one year prior to the students’ entrance into 11th grade. Please return this form to the school nurse.
Non-School Sponsored Trip Form
Complete this form if your family is taking a vacation during the school year.
Student Assistance Program Information
Please click the link below to access important information about SAP.
Student Voluntary Accident Insurance
The Philadelphia Insurance Company is the district provider for Voluntary Accident Insurance for the 2022-23 school year.