Wilson High School

A comprehensive public high school
with a proud tradition of excellence.

1151 SW VermontPortland, OR 97219Ph 503-916-5280Fx 503-916-2705

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    A/B Standard Schedule
    A=Periods 1-4
    B=Periods 5-8
    See the online calendar for specific A and B designations and week-to-week schedule for Tutor Time.
    Per. 1/5 8:15-9:47
    Per. 2/6 9:52-11:24
    Lunch 11:24-12:01
    Per. 3/7 12:06-1:38
    Per. 4/8 1:43-3:15
    Tutor Time/Assembly Schedule
    Tutor Times will be held most Thursdays and additionally on either Wednesday or Friday. Assemblies will be held during the Tutor Time block.
    Per. 1/5 8:15-9:31
    Tutor Time/Assembly 9:36-10:36
    Per. 2/6 10:41-11:57
    Lunch 11:57-12:33
    Per. 3/7 12:38-1:54
    Per. 4/8 1:59-3:15
    Early Dismissal Schedule - District Professional Development
    District-wide Wednesday early dismissal for Teacher Professional Development on September 21, October 19, February 15, and May 17.
    Per. 1/5 8:15-9:18
    Per. 2/6 9:23-10:26
    Per. 3/7 10:31-11:34
    Lunch 11:34-12:07
    Per. 4/8 12:12-1:15
    Early Dismissal/Prof Dev 1:15-3:15

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  • Seniors

    Senior Calendar and Graduation Countdown: Click here.
    Clear Fees
    Fees need to be paid before you can purchase prom tickets, receive graduation tickets, and receive your diploma.  Amounts due can include fees for transcripts sent electronically or mailed to colleges.  Fees can be paid to Ana Curtis, the bookkeeper in room 149 and transcript fees can be paid to Ana Curtis or Sharon Dailey, the counseling secretary. Check with Ana if you’re not sure if you owe fees.
    Are You on Track to Graduate?
    Seniors, check your Graduation Status in your Synergy Account (under Course History) to make sure you have met your essential skills in reading, writing, and math.  If you have not met one or more of them you must meet with our Testing Coordinator, Meg Merrill, in the Main Office immediately or Vice Principal, Ayesha Freeman, in office #139, to make a plan for completion. Meeting the essential skills is a graduation requirement; if you are missing one or more you will not graduate. Meeting essential skills is not the same as passing your classes.
  • Leave Your Legacy—Buy A Brick to Support Wilson

    Leave your legacy by purchasing an engraved brick at the Wilson Plaza in the Wilson stadium. Proceeds will support student activities and future improvements to the Wilson field and stadium. The Wilson Boosters will have a permanent brick installed and engraved with your personalized message. Makes a great graduation gift, memorial, or tribute. Order online or see the order form. Payment can be made via check or via SchoolPay. Wilson Plaza Bricks gift certificates are available.
  • Get to Know Wilson

  • A Message From Principal Chatard

    April 29, 2017

    Dear Wilson Community,

    Thank you to everyone who made our auction the most successful ever for Wilson High School! Over 300 guests helped us earn $110,000 for the Wilson Foundation, student clubs and teams, the Art Department, the College & Career Center, and classroom technology, among others.

    If you were not able to attend the auction, please consider making a contribution to the Wilson Foundation. As I shared in an earlier email, the auction paddle raise generated more than $40,000 for the Foundation. Any amount in addition to that would help reduce class sizes and increase course offerings for next year. A generous Wilson family has agreed to match donations in the month of May up to an additional $8,000. . . Read More
  • Summer Athletics

    There are opportunities for high school and youth athletes starting in May. Click here for the details.
  • 2017 Commencement Speakers

    We are very excited to announce our staff and student speakers for our 2017 Commencement Ceremony.

    Staff Speaker: George Penk
    Student Speakers: Wesley Crawford, Marley Kinser, and Quinn Van Horne

    Congratulations to each of them!

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District News

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  • End-of-Year Student Award Ceremonies

    At the end of every school year, the School-family Partnership program sponsors Student Recognition Award ceremonies for successful students across the district. These award ceremonies are essential to honor and reward students whose achievements represent the best of PPS, and to inspire their fellow students in the coming school year. We’re excited to celebrate these students and are looking forward to sharing their stories with you.

  • ¡Sí Se Puede! Latino Student Recognition

    ¡Sí Se Puede! (Yes we can!) is an opportunity for students to celebrate and inspire each other, build new relationships and share the rich diversity of their talents and experiences with the greater Portland community. Join us Wednesday, May 24th, 5:30-8pm, as PPS honors 16 Latino students in grades 8-12. The celebration will take place at the BESC, 501 North Dixon Street.
  • Golden Minds-API Student Awards

    PPS will recognize 35 Asian and Pacific Islander (API) graduating seniors at the 2017 Golden Minds. The keynote speaker is Chris Uehara, Portland Police Assistant Chief. The public is invited to the celebration Thursday, May 25, 5:30-8pm, at the BESC, 501 N. Dixon Street.
  • Native Student Honoring Ceremony 2017

    The Native American Student Honoring Ceremony was launched more than 30 years ago by the PPS Indian Education Office. The event, a celebration invoking traditions from across several Indian tribes, recognizes all graduating Native seniors and their families. Students will be honored at the Portland State Native American Student and Community Center on May 30th at 5:30.
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