Welcome to WILSON AREA HIGH SCHOOL

For generations, Wilson Area High School has served as the blue and gold ribbon that has bound families together into a spirited community. Supported by parents, students, teachers, administrators and staff, the high school proudly boasts that it "has something for everyone." The education is top-notch, the spirit is second to none, and the atmosphere is one of a closely-knit area that shares an intense interest in academics and extra-curricular activities.

Wilson Area High School is home to grades 9-12. The current school was built in 1994. The extra-curricular program is extensive. After school clubs are available in the areas of music, sports, academics, volunteerism, and the arts. Students always find a niche and many are occupied in after school events year round.

The small student to faculty ratio allows for individualization and intense personal scrutiny over academic areas. Students are encouraged to excel in every subject offered at Wilson, and are urged to keep up with current technology that will allow graduates to reach full potential. Computer education is a major part of students studies, and the well-equipped library and state-of-the-art auditorium offer extensive opportunities to expand horizons.

Wilson Area High School offers over a dozen varsity and junior varsity sports, which enable students to pursue excellence in athletics. These programs serve to showcase abilities and to train young minds and bodies to compete mentally and physically in challenging experiences, which are ardently supported by parents, relatives, and fans.

It is with extreme pride that Wilson Area High School stands on Warrior Lane, representing the best that this closely-knit community has to offer and an outstanding student body that year after year demonstrates a commitment to ENTER TO LEARN...and GO FORTH TO SERVE.

Congratulations Athletes
Congratulations to senior Baseball stand-out, Gabe Karslo, for signing a Letter of Intent with Fordham University. Gabe will attend the D1 University next fall where he will be a member of the Baseball team.

Congratulations to senior Track and Field stand-out, Luke Hess, for signing a Letter of Intent with the University of Tennessee. Luke will attend the D1 University next fall where he will be a member of the Track and Field team.

Congratulations to senior Cross Country stand-out, Gaby Vega, for signing a Letter of Intent with Seton Hall University. Gaby will attend the D1 University next fall where she will be a member of the Cross Country team.

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You now have the ability to access and print your child’s report card at the end of each marking period by utilizing Family Access, through Skyward.  Directions on how to obtain your child’s report card can be found HERE. If you would still like a hard copy of your child’s report card, need assistance with login information, or have any other questions please contact the building secretary at the number or e-mail address listed.
High School at 484-373-6031
cshatto@wilsonareasd.org