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PSAT/SAT Info for next Wednesday

PSAT/SAT next Wednesday October 10th

Finlay Dunn, Staff Writer October 6, 2018

Next Wednesday, October 10th, Wilsonville High School will be offering the PSAT for all sophomores and to any juniors who have elected to take it. October 10th is the day chosen by WVHS off of one of the...

Wilsonville High School welcomes new English teacher, Juliana Ko.

Wilsonville High School welcomes new teacher Juliana Ko

Zoe Lyons, Staff Writer October 6, 2018

Wilsonville High School has a new addition to the English department, Juliana Ko; A Virginia native and graduate of both Virginia Tech and James Madison University. She has taught at both the high school...

Poster in the ISEF room where students will meet with ISEF coordinators to discuss their projects.

ISEF: the brain olympics

Melody Garcia Gonzalez, Staff Writer October 5, 2018

ISEF is a science competition that encourages high school students to defy the boundaries of science. Each year, approximately 1,800 student finalists compete for an average of $4 million that is distributed...

Freshman photographer hard at work

College-level computer science courses

Ian Flynn , Staff Writer October 5, 2018

This year, the school district has created a grant for twenty thousand dollars for the school to spend on new computers for the computer science classrooms. Mr. Hyman, the school’s primary computer...

The first progress report came out on September 26th!

The first milestone: progress reports

Grace Yaso, Academics Editor October 1, 2018

As the weeks progressed into the school year, a milestone that sent students into a frenzy had arrived on September 26th: the first grade posting. This progress report marks the end of the first half of...

There are many resources to study for the SAT exam. This is one of the books that can be used to study.

Have no fear! The SAT prep class is here!

Grace Yaso, Academics Editor September 24, 2018

As the season turns to fall, one thing is on every upperclassman’s mind: the SAT. This daunting test, filled with hours upon hours of reading and math equations, is the fate of every upperclassman. However,...

Senior Dana Zaidan, who attended with her family, had this to say about College night, “It was super helpful for a student who is thinking of going to a four-year college. Both of my siblings have gone through the process, so I’m not completely new, but it was nice to have the counselors tell me specific things, and not just hear it from my parents.”

College night not college fright

Zoe Lyons, Staff Writer September 22, 2018

This past Wednesday was the annual college night here at Wilsonville High School, where parents and families join the counselors for some excellent advice regarding the college application process. For...

Life of a student assistant

Life of a student assistant

September 21, 2018

Being a student assistant is a coveted job for Wilsonville High School students, but is the job as easy as it may first appear? Seniors Macy Carlson and Athena Lackides discussed their responsibilities...

Jared Wieland signed up for six AP courses this year, and one is an independent study. He is excited to see where his education will take him this year.

Teenage prodigy or advanced learner?

Meghann Yochim, staff writer September 21, 2018

We all know someone who has kept straight A’s throughout middle school and high school, whether that is yourself, a friend, or a rival. But what about the people who go above and beyond, setting records...

Ms. Tucker, who is located in Room 92, is excited to work with students at WIlsonville High School!

College application season begins:

Zoe Lyons, Staff Writer September 14, 2018

The seniors here at Wilsonville High School are going to be busy this fall writing college essays, taking college tours, and taking the SAT, all in preparation for applying to college. One important way...

Mr. Fitzgerald teaching his AP English class

Are AP classes worth the work?

Finlay Dunn, Staff Writer September 14, 2018

Students and teachers debate taking advanced placement(AP) classes every year.  AP Calculus AB and AP Calculus BC teacher Kirk Fowler said that he thinks that AP classes are invaluable because they...

Settling into the school year

Settling into the school year

Gabriela Leon, Staff Writter September 14, 2018

As we enter the third week of school, students are starting to get comfortable with their classes, teachers, and new routines. We’ve been wondering how some students have been adapting since the start...

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