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AP Exams: Register NOW

Attention WHS students! We are now open for AP Testing Registration. Please click the following link for more information and to register for your exams. REGISTER HERE!!! For more information, please visit the College Corner Website or visit the College Corner.

Voice of Seymore & Jane: Announcements

3/5/19 Yearbook Attention Seniors: A yearbook Representative will be outside the MPR today during lunch to collect Senior Celebrity nominations. Don't forget to give your input. 3/5/19 Yearbook Attention Sophomores and Juniors. If you are applying for Yearbook next year, please return your application by Friday March 8. You can return it to room 241 or Ms. Bergman's box. 2/28/19 College Corner The Junior Achievement of Southern California had been given the opportunity to offer 5 students and 2 alternates scholarships on behalf of Delta Air Lines. The Delta Air Lines Scholarship extends only to the tuition for the National Flight Academy. If interested, the deadline to apply is March 25th. S

Senior Corner: Class of 2019

In this section, Wilson High School Seniors may check on upcoming senior events, As well as any important deadlines and the cost for any of the events listed. If a senior has any questions about any events, costs, dates, or just want to be informed on what is going on, this is the place to look. This list is not complete. There will be more dates and events to follow. Senior Events: FAFSA: March 2, 2019 Senior Dues: March 29, 2019 Prom: April 26. Prices start at $125. and increase over time. Senior Evening: May 24, 2019 Grad Bash: May 31, 5:00 - 2:00 A.M. $120. per person Senior Breakfast: June ? Graduation: June 7, 2019

Super Bowl 2019

Super Bowl 53 in Atlanta Mercedes Benz Stadium on Feb. 3, 2019 This was Atlanta's Third Super Bowl after the Georgia Dome hosted Super Bowl XXVIII on Jan. 30, 1994 (Dallas Cowboys vs. Buffalo Bills) and Super Bowl XXXIV (the one with Ice) on Jan. 30, 2000 (St. Louis Rams vs. Tennessee Titans.) That day, more than 100 million people watched the Super Bowl, TV's biggest spectacle of the year. There were jets and pyrotechnics and Gladys Knight and Big Boi and Maroon 5 and commercials that cost $5 million for just 30 seconds and also some football. And almost all of it was due to one game 50 years ago. Super Bowl 53 had a lot of history to it, starting off with head coaches Belichick (Patriots)

Faculty Spotlight: Mr. Duenas

This is Duenas, Rodolfo, he is our teacher of the month. Duenas grew up in North East LA and attended Woodrow Wilson High School. He is now a Social Science teacher. He grew up with a big family, but unfortunately he lost siblings. He has had a relatable life with other students in this school, which makes him more trustworthy. We interviewed him about both his personal and career life, we hope you enjoy it. Interview of Wilson’s own Mr. Duenas Where did you grow up? - Mr. Duenas grew up in North East L.A,. the Cypress Park/ Glassell Park area. How many siblings do you have ? - I currently have two brothers, but unfortunately I had a brother and sister who passed away. How were your grades i

History Corner

Woodrow Wilson High School is the place we come to get our education. Have you ever wondered what the school was like when it was first built and what has changed? And what has stayed the same? Woodrow Wilson high school was named after, as you guessed it, Woodrow Wilson, the 28th president of the United States of America. This high school was founded and established in 1937 but not at the location it is today. Wilson’s original campus was located where El Sereno Middle school is now. Construction began on today's campus in 1968 and opened to Woodrow Wilson’s Mighty Mules in 1970. It has been said the school was so beautiful when it opened, they called it “Beverly Hills East”. Paul R. Willia

Student Surveys

During the duration of two days, journalism students surveyed seventy-two Wilson High School students of all grades. All the responses were catalogued anonymously. The survey consisted six random questions, with some being multiple choice and others being free response. A few examples of the questions were: “What is the most important thing in your life?” and “Do you prefer reading fiction or nonfiction?” Based on the information given to us, we were able to see what students at our school prefer. Below are pie charts based on the questions we asked and the students’ responses. In addition, we asked students what questions they would like to ask their peers. We will be using the questions th

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