With the Holidays on the horizon, Project LEAD, Wyoming High School's service learning club, has decided to “Adopt a Family” through Bethany House! As a high school community, we have “adopted” two families, one family of nine and one family of six. If you are able, please use the Sign-up Genius link here and below to sign up for a specific gift or gifts. We would love to be able to complete the lists in their entirety by December 7th.
Wyoming City Schools is hosting focus groups on December 6. The goal of these discussions is to:
Envision education that supports student needs now and in the future through the lens of the Wyoming City Schools Strategic Plan
At our 2022 Fall Signing Day, four of our Wyoming High School student athletes signed on to continue their academics and athletics at the collegiate level next year. Congratulations to:
Kylene Chu - competing in crew at The Ohio State University
Ally Cordes - competing in volleyball at Samford University
Kearston Jackson - competing in lacrosse at Longwood University
Gus Peacock - competing in soccer at Bowling Green State University
Welcome to Wyoming City Schools! We are so happy your child is joining our school community!
Please mark your calendars and plan to attend the Wyoming Primary Schools 2023-2024 Kindergarten Information Meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23, 2023, at Elm School, 134 Elm Avenue.
Elm School has received the 2022 Community Spirit Award from the City of Wyoming Urban Forestry & Beautification Commission. Through a collaboration among Elm School, the University of Cincinnati, Xavier University, and the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens, the Elm Inspiration Garden began as a way for students to learn more about the importance of pollinators. Community members, students, staff, and administrators have partnered to establish and maintain the space.
The Wyoming School Foundation is privileged to announce the 2022 Wyoming High School Distinguished Alumnus is Eve M. Lackritz, MD, member of the WHS Class of 1975.
Eve Lackritz is a medical epidemiologist and board-certified pediatrician. She has worked for more than 30 years in the field of public health, with extensive experience in research, surveillance, programs, and policy related to infectious diseases, maternal-child health, emerging pathogens, emergency response. Dr. Lackritz is currently the Deputy Director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP) at the University of Minnesota.
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In partnership with families and community, Wyoming City Schools cultivates innovative, student-centered educational programs and opportunities that foster the academic growth and personal development of every child.
in Achievement, Progress/Growth, Gap Closing, and Graduation from the Ohio Department of Education
Funds spent on classroom instruction
- Ranked second among districts of similar size
of graduates pursue a bachelor's or associate degree
2% pursue employment or military service
1% pursue gap-year opportunities
ACT Composite for Class of 2022
- more than 5 points above the national average
of students in the Class of 2022 took at least one AP class