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Every next level of your life will demand a different version of you.
                 -Leonardo Dicaprio
March 3rd -ACT Registration Date
Late registration is March 4-17(late fee applies)
April 8th is the next ACT TEST Date

Students can begin preparing for both at these link sites:

Wilson’s School Counseling Program


The mission of the Wilson School’s Counseling Program is to provide a comprehensive, developmental counseling program addressing the personal/social, academic and career development of all students. 

In partnership with other educators, parents or guardians and the community, school counselors facilitate the support system to ensure all students in the Wilson School System have access to and are prepared with the knowledge and skills to contribute at the highest level as productive members of society.

· The Wilson School counseling program addresses prevention, intervention and student developmental needs.

· All students have dignity and worth.

· All students have the right to participate in a comprehensive school counseling program.

·All students’ ethnic, cultural, racial and sexual differences and special needs are considered in planning and implementing a school counseling program.

· All students grades K-12 shall have access to a full-time credentialed master’s degree level school counselor to deliver the counseling program. 

And that the Counselor at Wilson Schools will abide by the professional school counseling ethics as advocated by the American School Counselor Association.

Quick Links:

  • Scholarships
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    • Financial Aid Night

What is the Kansas Scholars Program?

The Kansas Scholars Program is a scholarship program for Kansas kids going to Kansas colleges. The scholarships are the State of Kansas scholarship, Nursing scholarship, Teaching scholarship, and Minority scholarship.

The process:
1. Complete the Kansas Scholars curriculum
2. WHS will submit the names of seniors who are on track to complete the curriculum to the State in March.
3. The State will determine the Kansas Scholars.
4. If the student is identified as a Scholar, he/she can then apply for the above mentioned scholarship(s).

The curriculum:
4 credits of English
4 credits of Math (beginning with Algebra 1 or higher class. If Algebra I was taken in 8th grade, it can count toward this curriculum)
3 credits of Science (must be biology, chemistry, and physics)
3 credits of Social Studies
2 credits of Foreign Language (must be two years in the same language)