Portland Public Schools
Portland, Oregon

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

1151 SW Vermont | Portland, OR 97219
Phone: (503) 916-5280 | Fax: (503) 916-2705
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Please Take the Successful Schools Survey

Successful Schools Survey, Jan. 20 - Feb. 28. Online at www.oregonskitchentable.org Download PDF, print and return to your school office: EnglishEspañolTiếng ViệtРусский中文 , Soomaaliga Read more. Survey for staff and 5th, 7th and 10th grade students launches Feb. 2.

School News & Announcements

Get to Know Wilson

Please join us for

Winter 8th-Grade Family Night
Wednesday, February 11th, 6-8:30pm

More ways to get to know Wilson:

• Shadow a Wilson student for a day
•  Look through our brochure
• Explore at About Us


AP Exam Registration Now Open

Registration forms available online or in the main office. Submit your forms with payment by February 13th. Learn more about AP exams, study resources, and financial assistance for fees here.


Practice SAT, Friday, January 30th, check-in at 10:45am

This sample test uses real questions from current SAT tests and is administered by Kaplan Test Prep. Along with your results you get advice to help you prepare for the actual SAT. Cost is $18; proceeds benefit Wilson PTA. Registration and more info here.

Important Dates and Upcoming Events

January

Wednesday/28: Semester Finals, Periods 5-8
Thursday/29: Semester Finals, Periods 1-4
Wrestling, Lincoln @ Wilson
Friday/30: Teacher Planning Day, No School
Practice SAT, check-in at 10:45am
Frosh Men's Basketball, Roosevelt @ Wilson, 5:30pm
JV2 Women's Basketball, Roosevelt @ Wilson, 4:00pm

February

Monday/2: Schedule Change: Periods 5-8 (no skinny Monday)

For complete athletic schedules, go to the Daily Bulletin.
Looking for more? Try the Spotlight.

News from the College and Career Center

College Center

We offer help with college searches, college applications, filing for financial aid, searching for scholarships, all things related to post high school education. If you are a senior with no plans for next year, please stop in and explore options with one of our volunteers. If you have already applied to college, stop by and let us help with your next steps. We are very excited help expand the horizons for Wilson students. Find us in Room 220 every day from 8:45am-3:30pm. Learn more about the College Center.

Career Center

Coming up soon: Career Days in Healthcare, Animal Care, and Portland Parks & Recreation. . . . Learn more about these opportunities.

Wilson Academic All-Stars

Academic All-Stars for December are Edward Szczepanski, Chris Horton, and Ariel Back. Read more about what makes these Wilson seniors stand out.

The SW Community Connection highlights Wilson seniors for their academic excellence, achievement and leadership. Thanks to Gifford Dentistry in Hillsdale for their sponsorship of the All-Stars.

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PPS News

Franklin students tour temporary home, forecast for classes

January 25, 2015
Franklin High School counselors gave incoming students a tour of their temporary home at the Marshall Building. Eighth graders who will attend Franklin High School got a chance earlier this week to tour Franklin's temporary home at the Marshall Building. Franklin students and staff will move to Marshall while 101-year-old Franklin undergoes a modernization, thanks to Portland voters who passed the $482 million School Improvement Bond

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PPS "We the People" Constitution teams dominate state contest

January 25, 2015
The 2015 Grant High School Constitution team. Grant High School won the 2015 state contest and will now go on to represent Oregon in the national competition, which a Grant team won two years ago, in 2013. Lincoln, the defending state champion, won the national contest last year, in 2014.

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Students teach fellow students for No Name-Calling Week Jan. 19-23

January 25, 2015
Skyline 4th and 5th graders made posters offering tips to younger students on how to handle bullies. Skyline K-8 School is one of nearly two dozen Portland Public Schools that took part this past week in the national campaign to end bullying and promote kindness and create healthy school climates for all students.

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