At Wyoming City Schools, we believe in building opportunities for the Wyoming Community to come together and be engaged in conversations around topics that matter. With that in mind, we are excited to restart our CommUNITY Conversation Series! Mark your calendars for Thursday, November 18; Thursday, January 27; and Wednesday, April 6. On each night, we’ll explore a topic, engage in small group discussions, and gather feedback to build upon in our ongoing work to continuously improve.
The 2021 Wyoming High School Homecoming Parade is scheduled to take place on Friday, October 1, 2021. If a change to this plan is advisable, it will be communicated as quickly as possible. The homecoming parade is open to Wyoming High School students, Wyoming City Schools support organizations, and area youth programs.
5:15 p.m. Check-in and parade lineup at Wyoming Civic Center, Worthington Avenue.
6:00 p.m. Parade begins
Four Wyoming High School seniors have been named semifinalists in the 67th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. These academically-talented students, Thompson Blade, Samuel Easton, Sandhya Iyer, and Paul Rutherford, are among the 16,000 students from across the nation who have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth nearly $30 million that will be offered this spring.
Wyoming City Schools is hosting the first Parent Partnership Series event at 6 p.m. Wednesday, October 20. The Wyoming City Schools Parent Partnership Series offers opportunities for parents to gather and learn from experts and other Wyoming parents on important topics. These topics are chosen based on what we hear from our students and feedback received during our focus groups, CommUNITY Conversations, and Parent Advisory Committee meetings.
Our student safety tip line is an anonymous reporting system that accepts both calls and texts 24 hours a day.
This tip line allows students and adults to anonymously share information with school officials and law enforcement about threats to student safety - whether that involves a threatened mass incident or harm to a single student.
Monday, October 4 – Deadline to register to vote for the November 2, 2021 General Election
October 5-November 1 – Early Voting at Hamilton County Board of Elections, 4700 Smith Rd., Cincinnati, 45212. Click here for the schedule.
Tuesday, November 2 – Election Day – polls are open in Ohio from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Register to vote in Hamilton County, click here:
A message from the Wyoming Parent School Association:
We want YOU! The Wyoming PSA Membership Drive is now open and we are excited to once again offer two wonderful opportunities to get involved and stay in the know this school year
Many of our programs and activities are enhanced through the actions of volunteers and we are happy to welcome volunteers and visitors back into our buildings during the 2021-2022 school year! At this time, all visitors are required to wear a mask upon entering and while inside our school buildings. Masks are not required outside school buildings.
All school building volunteers are required to pass a criminal background check conducted through the online Raptor Technologies process. The cost of this background check is paid by Wyoming City Schools. Volunteers need to complete this process once every three years.
Volunteers can access the Volunteer Application through this link
When visiting our campuses, all visitors are asked to participate in a more limited onsite background check through Raptor Technologies.
More information about these processes is available here.
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.
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
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Wyoming City Schools will promote academic achievement, self-worth, mutual respect, and multi-faceted student development so that our students will be positive contributors to our society.
Funds spent on classroom instruction
- Ranked #1 among districts of similar size
Extracurricular activities offered across district
WHS students participate in at least one extracurricular activity
ACT Composite for Class of 2020
- Six points above national average
Merit aid earned by members of Class of 2020