• Upcoming Road Construction


    Beginning on Tuesday, September 2nd--Columbia Ave. in Sinking Spring, between South Hull Street and Woodrow Avenue will be closed for approximately two weeks while a water main is replaced. This road closure will likely create significant delays throughout the Penn Avenue corridor between West Lawn and Wernersville and will affect travels for all secondary and elementary school students. All bus routes may experience delays while travelling through or detouring around this area. Delays will likely occur at bus stops on most routes even if your assigned bus route does not travel through the vicinity of the closure.


    Next, beginning on Wednesday, September 3rd—Garfield Ave. (between Hillvale Ave. and Hiester Blvd.) and Hiester Blvd. will be closed between Ossington Ave. and Garfield Avenue in the West Wyomissing Area will be closed for approximately two weeks. A detour will be posted; however, we recommend that drivers avoid this area if at all possible. This closure will compound the delays in the Sinking Spring area and will affect all district buses and bus routes. Please use extra caution while walking through these areas while walking to school or your assigned bus stop. Additionally, if your child rides a bus--please be at your assigned bus stop location at the regularly scheduled times and please be patient as we work through this temporary condition.


    Over the next few weeks, there will be a number of other construction projects occurring within Spring Township. Additional information regarding affected areas will be sent by future Skylert messages, Bulldog Blitz emails and the district website at
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  • 2014-2015 Technology Fee

    For the 2014-2015 school year, all high school students, except those who qualify for the national free and reduced lunch program, are required to pay a $40.00 technology fee to participate in the 1:1 program. To manage and pay this fee, as well as any other fees such as extracurricular or food service, please log into Family Access and click on the Fee Management link. If you have not used the online fee payment service in the past, you must create an account. Parents and/or guardians may also click on this link to access the fee payment service.  If preferred, parents and/or guardians may also send a check made payable to the Wilson School District to the address below. Please be sure to write your child’s name on the check.

    Wilson High School
    c/o Caroline Lombardo
    2601 Grandview Blvd.
    West Lawn, PA 19609

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  • Back-to-School Bash, September 13
    Enjoy an evening out with fellow Wilson parents and supporters at this more casual fundraiser. This clam-bake style evening will include food, beverages, music & more. Support the Wilson Education Foundation! Purchase Tickets or Sponsor the Event! For more information and to purchase tickets, please click hereProceeds benefit the Wilson Education Foundation, a 501(c)3 charitable organization that strives to engage parents, alumni and businesses to invest in the greater Wilson community. The non-tax dollars raised by the Foundation support the needs of our students and teachers by funding academic programs, grants, scholarships, facility upgrades and more.
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  • Wilson High School Distinguished Alumni

    We are currently accepting applications for Wilson’s Distinguished Alumni. Nominees must have graduated from Wilson High School at least 15 years prior to nomination (1998 or prior), and have consistently demonstrated, both personally and professionally, excellence of academic endeavors, career experiences, and/or local, state or national community service.  Submission deadline is December 31, 2014. All applications will be reviewed by a committee. Selected Distinguished Alumni will be recognized at our National Honor Society Induction Ceremony. For more information and to complete a nomination form, please click here.
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  •  School Performance Profile
    On October 4, 2013, the Pennsylvania Department of Education released to the public a new School Performance Profile.  This profile provides the public with a comprehensive overview of student academic performance in every Pennsylvania public school building, including traditional public schools, charter schools, cyber charter schools and career and technology centers. 
    As a school district, we performed very well and continue to be proud of our academic achievement results.  These results are a testament of the hard work of our students and staff who perform at their very best.  We invite you to learn more about the School Performance Profile and our performance on the profile by using the links below.

    Wilson School District SPP webpage

    Pennsylvania Department of Education website

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