Wyoming High School's Model United Nations (MUN) Club hosted the 10th WYOMUN conference in October. On the Wyoming High School campus, the group hosted 221 delegates from around the city and state in 12 different crisis, specialized, and general assembly style committees.
Tremendous work is done across our Wyoming school community to create extraordinary opportunities for students. Wyoming Primary Schools Teacher Tracy Kroger exemplifies excellence in her work to empower Wyoming students with the knowledge, perspective, and skills essential for success.
There are lots of things you can recycle – but not in your driveway bin! Club H.O.P.E., the Wyoming High School environmental club, wants to help! Each month we’ll be hosting a different collection of “difficult recyclables.” Just drop them off in the Collection Barrels in the WHS Lobby and we’ll take care of the rest.
November - Makeup containers
December - Holiday lights & batteries + old phone charging cables
At this year's Foundation Day, the Wyoming High School student body had the opportunity to hear from Randy Susskind, Wyoming High School Class of 1985 and the Deputy Director of the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI), in Montgomery, Alabama. EJI is a non-profit organization that provides legal representation to people who have been illegally convicted, unfairly sentenced, or abused in state jails and prisons.
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in Achievement, Progress/Growth, Gap Closing, and Graduation from the Ohio Department of Education
Funds spent on classroom instruction
- Ranked fourth 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