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Nine WHS students recognized by National Merit Scholarship Corporation National Merit Scholarship Program logo

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).

Volunteers Wanted: Project LEAD to assist with community food drive Food Drive

Project LEAD, Wyoming High School's service learning club, is pitching in to help find volunteers for a local community food drive. Click this link to volunteer to help.

Community Food Drive

One in seven people in Hamilton County are going hungry and about 250,000 people in greater Cincinnati are considered food insecure. Due to COVID, those numbers rose about 50% in 2020, which means the total number of people in need is likely closer to 400,000, including 1 in 4 children.

ODH changes COVID-19 Travel Advisory System Changes to Ohio's Travel Advisory

On Wednesday, March 10, the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) announced it has stopped issuing weekly travel advisories and will no longer be updating the state-by-state list of locations reporting positive COVID-19 testing rates of 15% or higher. Moving forward, families are asked to disregard that item when completing the Wyoming City Schools Daily Home Screening Forms.

WHS Junior Wins State Title Courtney and Karn

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.

Film Awards Season at a Glance Other Topics

By Lydia Smith

The movie theater industry is undergoing a massive upheaval. More accurately, it is being replaced. This is not breaking news by any means, as the value of a cinema ticket has gone down in the past ten years due to streaming services having broader options, including productions by their own distribution. But the pandemic certainly has not made things any better. Directors and producers were banking on the virus blowing over in a few weeks. But Christopher Nolan learned the hard way that postponing a film by a month multiple times does not guarantee long-term anticipation for said film. Warner Bros has announced that they are sending their early 2021 slate to both limited release in theaters as well as HBO Max, an unprecedented move for a company of their size. 

Couldn't make the meeting? WHS College Counseling Presentations & Events

Our College Counseling presentations and videos are available on our web page, including this fall's College Planning for Juniors event and the Cowboys to College event for 9th & 10th grade students and families.