Excellence in Education
We are committed to fostering 21st century habits and authentic learning, inquiry based experiences which will lead to all students reaching their full potential, responsible citizenship, global competency, and life-long learning.
Rated on the 2012-2013 State Report Card With a Grade A
Wyoming High School was ranked nationally by The Washington Post for the eighth year in a row. To learn more and read the press release, click here.
Wyoming City Schools recently held a community forum event titled "21st Century Learning in Wyoming and Beyond: A Discussion on Common Core." This event brought together key education leaders, including Superintendent Dr. Sue Lang, WEA President Patti Clark, former Procter & Gamble Senior Vice-President Robert Wehling, and University of Cincinnati Provost Dr. Beverly Davenport. To view the video from the event, click here. To read our Frequently Asked Questions document with more information from the evening, click here.
Wyoming City Schools teachers are focusing on "design challenges" in the classroom this school year. "Design challenges" are hands-on inter-disciplinary projects that encourage students to work together and solve problems affecting the real world. Most "design challenge" projects leverage math, science, technology, language arts and visual or performing arts. To learn more and watch a news clip from Local 12 on one of this year's projects, click here.
Wyoming High School students swept this year's Senior Ohio Model UN Conference December 1-3 in Columbus. Sixty students attended the conference and the group brought home more awards than any other high school participating. To learn more, read the press release.
Nine students from Wyoming High School were just named National Merit Semifinalists. Learn more and read the press release. In addition to the nine semifinalists, 14 students were honored as National Merit Commedened or National Merit Achievement winners, and one student was recognized by the National Hispanic Recognition Program (NHRP). All of our National Merit Corporation honorees will be recognized before the start of the home football game on October 25. To read more, click here.
Wyoming City Schools received an A grade for overall achievement on the new state report card, released August 22. Wyoming achieved an overall performance index of 111.7, one of the highest from a public school district in Ohio. To learn more, read the press release or go to the ODE website to study the components of the new report card.
Wyoming City Schools led an effort with 10 area high-performing public school districts to better characterize public education beyond the state's Local Report Card. The Quality Profile highlights Wyoming's commitment to a well-rounded education for every student. We encourage you to download the profile today and read the news release for more details on the joint effort.
We are pleased to welcome an expert and highly-praised author to our district next week to share his thoughts on education in America and across the globe. Thanks to this year’s Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) and Dr. Lang, we will welcome Dr. Quanyu Huang, author of The Hybrid Tiger, to Pendery Auditorium at Wyoming High School at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 24.
Dr. Huang is director of the Asian/Asian-American Studies Program and an associate professor at Miami University, as well as the author of multiple books, including several bestsellers in China. In The Hybrid Tiger, Huang assesses the strengths and weaknesses of the distinctly different educational systems of Chinese and American culture and draws on his own experiences as an immigrant from China and as a parent of a son raised in the United States. Dr. Lang was honored to read an early manuscript of the book and her review is included, saying “An extraordinary book…I would recommend (it) as an educational tool to understand the differences between the cultures of Asian and American education. More importantly, I believe it will confirm important habits and traits that help lay out critical components to successful parenting with regards to education.”
The New York Times offered an excellent review of The Hybrid Tiger in this article: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/02/books/review/the-hybrid-tiger-and-the-triple-package.html?_r=0
All staff and parents are invited to attend and hear Dr. Huang’s presentation. He will be selling and signing books at the close of the event
School Calendars for 2012-13, 2013-14, and 2014-15
District calendars for 2013-2014 are in the mail! Download a copy today and start planning your school year.
EZ Pay for school lunches - With the outsourcing of district nutrition services, there is a new system to pay for school lunches. With EZPay.com you never have to worry about lost lunch money again. EZPay is a secure, easy and convenient way to apply funds directly to your student's account online. You can even check the account balance and keep an eye on what your student is buying! Link to Parent page and more information.
Link to pay for SCHOOL FEES ONLY. Please do not make meal payments through this system
Click here for Search for Children with Disabilities and use of Title VI-B funds contact information.
Congratulations students, parents, staff, and Wyoming residents on the outstanding results on the 2011-12 State Report Card!
Congratulations to Wyoming High School - named one of America's BEST!
.....for being ranked #18 in the country by GreatSchools.org. Read the complete article here.
.....for receiving a "gold ranking" by US. News & World Report as being one of the nation's best - ranked 4th in Ohio and 143rd in the nation out of nearly 22,000 high schools.
.....for being ranked 1st in Ohio and 51st in the nation by Newsweek. This ranking highlights the best 1,000 public high schools in the nation which have proven to be the most effective in turning-out college-ready graduates.
The Wyoming City School District serves children in the City of Wyoming, Ohio, a small residential community of 2.8 square miles centrally located with easy access to downtown Cincinnati. Wyoming offers the advantages of both a small town and the amenities of a big city.
This progressive community of 8,300 residents has long-valued and supported education at the absolute highest level. Their expectations are reflected in the commitment of the school district to provide an “excellent” education for each student through rigorous academics, an outstanding faculty, individual attention, and enrichment opportunities.
With pride, we welcome you to the Wyoming City Schools!