Wyoming Middle School students Sophie Andreassen, Elana Berman, Ella Fernandez, Maggie Galvin and Alexis Kraus competed in the Power of the Pen State Tournament virtually hosted by Otterbein University on May 15. Tournament awards have been announced and the Wyoming Middle School 7th Grade Team placed 7th out of 166 schools!
Join us for a season of scientific discoveries. Pollinator Detectives gives you the opportunity to engage in authentic science research from anywhere. Families with children can participate in this citizen science project and help the University of Cincinnati learn what plants are best at attracting pollinators. This data will help us better understand how to increase the pollinator population which is critical for our food supply.
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Please enjoy the 2021 Wyoming High School National Honor Society Virtual Induction Ceremony video.
Three members of the Wyoming High School Class of 2021, Mia Hagenaur, Lou Rosenberg, and Isaac Towne, earned the highest possible score of 36 on the ACT college admissions test.
The ACT consists of tests in English, mathematics, reading and science, with an optional writing test. Each test is scored on a scale of 1 to 36, and a student's composite score is the average of those four test scores rounded to the nearest whole number. According to calculations based upon The ACT Profile Report for the Graduating Class of 2020, .334% of test takers earned a 36.
The Dr. Dan Jones Family Champions Center became a reality during the 2020-2021 school year. This new, privately-funded facility on the campus of Wyoming High School, supports year-round interscholastic athletic programs for all of Wyoming’s student athletes.
Wyoming High School Senior Caitlin Broderick has earned a Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation scholarship in recognition of her dedication to leadership, service, and action that positively affects others. The Coca-Cola Scholars Program scholarship is an achievement-based scholarship awarded to graduating high school seniors. Only 150 outstanding high school seniors (or less than 1/6th of 1% of applicants) were chosen to receive this extremely competitive award and a $20,000 college scholarship.
The Wyoming School District's newest garden at Elm School is up and growing! With plants and guidance from the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, and labor from students, staff members, administrators, and community members, the Elm Inspiration Garden is a true community effort.
"We're very excited about this beautiful addition to the playground area," says Jen Dobson, a first grade teacher at Elm and organizer of the project. "We look forward to new projects now available for the students in this pollinator garden. Plus, it adds a whole new dimension to activities available to students at recess!"
Please enjoy this year's Wyoming High School Honors & Awards Program.
Use this link to access the Wyoming High School 2021 Honors and Awards Night Program.
The Wyoming High School Honors & Awards Program can be viewed in its entirety below or using this link: Wyoming High School 2021 Honors and Awards Night Video
Wyoming High School has been named one of the Best High Schools around by U.S. News & World Report. In the public high school rankings, Wyoming High School was ranked second in the Cincinnati metro area, #3 in the state of Ohio, and #124 in the nation. Walnut Hills High School, a selective enrollment public high school, was ranked first in the Cincinnati metro area
Wyoming City Schools congratulates the nine Wyoming High School students recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation for their outstanding performance on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT).
Wyoming High School Junior Grace Courtney won the state title in diving this year with a record-breaking performance.
“Grace qualifying for state three years in a row and winning a state title while setting a Division II record with a score of 485.80 is absolutely incredible,” said Wyoming City Schools Assistant Athletic Director Jeff King. “She has set a very high bar for others in all of our programs to strive for.
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