• Grandview Gallery Show for Cornwall Terrace and Whitfield Students
    The Grandview Gallery show displaying artwork for students from Cornwall Terrace and Whitfield Elementary Schools has been rescheduled for Tuesday, January 27, from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm.  Grandview Gallery is located at 2601 Grandview Boulevard, West Lawn, in the Wilson Administration Building.
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  • SATs at Wilson High School January 24th Make-up Information
    Educational Testing Service (ETS) has rescheduled the SAT that was cancelled on January 24th to be taken on February 7th. ETS is aware that this may conflict with a student taking the ACT administered on that same day. Please be advised that testing dates are decided by ETS. Wilson School District does not determine this date. ETS has notified us that all test-takers should be notified in writing of the SAT make-up exam options as well as instructions and options if a test-taker is unable to attend. 
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  • Wilson Mini-THON
    Wilson School District's 2nd Annual Mini-THON (February 13th) is just around the corner! Mini-THON is a “Dance Marathon" in which all the proceeds raised go directly to The Four Diamonds Fund at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital. This year, Wilson's goal is set high at $50,000. If you are interested in helping out Wilson's effort to END CHILDHOOD CANCER, please click here to visit the District's donation page
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  • Wilson Students Jamaica Bound
    On February  21, 2015, a team of educators and students from Wilson High School will travel to Jamaica on a trip that will be filled with both incredible educational opportunities as well as much needed humanitarian efforts.  Doug Dahms, Wilson High School Biology Teacher, will conduct hands-on lessons in Marine Biology, while Susie Olson and Carolyn Houtz will organize the humanitarian efforts of the trip.  They are currently seeking donations of toiletries, clothing, radios, school supplies, medical supplies, as well as monetary donations.  For a complete list of items, please Click Here.  All donations needed by Wednesday, February 19.  For questions or information, please contact Susie Olson at 610-987-3650 or 610-781-5117 or at
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  • WILSON Iron Chef Competition & Benefit Auction
    Please save the date for the 2nd annual Wilson Iron Chef Competition & Benefit Auction on Sunday, March 22, 1-5pm, in the Wilson High School Gymnasium. This family-friendly event benefits the Wilson Education Foundation and will feature samples from more than 40 area restaurants and food vendors, a People's Choice Competition, where attendees can vote for their favorite, and an exciting timed cooking competition featuring 3 local chefs. Enjoy student performances, raffles, and auctions. You will not leave this event hungry! 
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  • Snow Make-Up Days
    Due to the snow day on Wednesday, November 26, 2014, snow make-up day #1 will be Monday April 6, 2015.
    Due to the snow day on Monday, January 12, 2015, snow make-up day #2 will be Monday, March 30, 2015.
    Due to the snow day on Monday, January 26, 2015, snow make-up day #3 will be Tuesday, March 31, 2015.
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  • Wilson Updated Alumni Directory in the Works!

    We are currently working with Harris Connect to develop an updated Wilson Alumni Directory! If you recently received a blue postcard, please take a few minutes to respond in order to have your current information on record with the Wilson School District Alumni Office. Any questions, please contact or 610.670.0180, ext.1111.

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  •  School Performance Profile
    For the second year, the Pennsylvania Department of Education is reporting a School Performance Profile (SPP) for schools across the state. The SPP is a building-specific academic score based on many categories. The categories include student performance on the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA) and Keystone Exams, graduation rate, promotion rate, attendance rate and closing the achievement gap. This score provides a comprehensive overview of a school’s program. Additionally, this score provides the public with a means for comparing the performance of different schools. Once again, the Wilson Schools did well in their overall scores relative to schools across the state of Pennsylvania. The released report reflects both the achievement and the growth of Wilson’s students for the 2013-14 School Year. The curriculum department uses this information along with the principals to plan for changes to instruction or assessment that will increase achievement and growth for the next school year. Please click here to watch a presentation by Dr. Steven Gerhard, Wilson School District Assistant Superintendent, regarding the SPP. You can also click here to visit the Pennsylvania School Performance Profile website.

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