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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    2017-2018

    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 8:15-9:46
    Per. 2/6 9:53-11:24
    Lunch 11:24-11:59
    Per. 3/7 12:06-1:37
    Per. 4/8 1:44-3:15
    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 8:15-9:32
    Tutor Time/Assembly 9:39-10:31
    Per. 2/6 10:38-11:55
    Lunch 11:55-12:27
    Per. 3/7 12:34-1:51
    Per. 4/8 1:58-3:15
    Early Dismissal Schedule - District Professional Development
    District-wide  early dismissal for Teacher Professional Development on October 11, December 5, February 21, and May 23.
    Per. 1/5 8:15-9:17
    Per. 2/6 9:24-10:26
    Per. 3/7 10:33-11:35
    Lunch 11:35-12:06
    Per. 4/8 12:13-1:15
    Early Dismissal/Prof Dev 1:15-3:15

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  • AP Students: Mark Your Calendars for Mock Exams

      Some of our AP courses will be offering mock AP exams in March or April.  This is a free opportunity to take a true AP exam (past-year exams are used) presented in the same format as the actual exam. Students enrolled in AP courses who are planning to take the exam are strongly encouraged to attend the mock exam.

    Mock exams will be given on a weekend either in the morning or afternoon (exact times TBA) and will be scored by Wilson teachers. AP teachers need to know who will be attending so let them know right away if you plan to attend the mock exam session. Click here for details on dates and what mock exams are offered.
  • Get Stuck on Art!

    stickers  
    Advanced Art and Advanced Illustration students have designed original art stickers. They are perfect for your water bottle, laptop, phone case, binder, etc. Stickers are $3 each and can be purchased from Miss Pearson in room 247/248 during lunch and tutor time. All of the proceeds will be used to buy supplies for students to continue making their amazing artwork. See them here or on display in the case by the main office.

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  • Message on April 20 student walkouts

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    Dear PPS Community,

    Please know that in collaboration with school administrators, district leadership actively monitored the hundreds of mostly middle and high school students who walked out of our schools today as part of a national demonstration against violence in schools. I am pleased to say that, by all reports, this was a peaceful and respectful event with no serious incidents. While these actions were not district-sponsored activity, I would like to extend my sincere thanks to all who helped keep students safe, starting with the students themselves who remained organized, calm and intentional throughout. Others who helped include Portland police, PPS security, and other PPS staff. Thank you all.

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  • A message from Deputy Superintendent Dr. Yvonne Curtis on 2018-19 staffing levels

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    Portland Public Schools is in the process of allocating teaching staff at schools throughout the district. As has been true for many years, we are working within a budget that has been chronically underfunded by the state, and we are doing our utmost to make the most of the resources we have. Understandably, parents, students and PPS staff want to know what will happen at their specific schools. While precise allocations won’t be known until enrollment figures become clear in the fall, we can share what we know at this point, and answer many of the questions we have heard to date.

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  • PPS Pulse, April 17, 2018

    In this week's PPS Pulse: Benson’s Curtis Wilson is state HS Principal of the Year; Martin Luther King Jr. School celebrates 50th anniversary of name change
  • Martin Luther King Jr. School celebrates 50th anniversary of name change

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    It’s been 50 years since some impassioned students led the movement to rename their school after Martin Luther King, Jr. Last Friday, the community turned out in force to show appreciation, and to honor Dr. King with a huge celebration at the school.

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