School Information

  • Administration:

    Travis Mayfield, Principal
    Chip Bevis, Assistant Principal (9th)
              Athletic Principal
    Jason Franklin, Assistant Principal (10th)
    Missi Oakley, Assistant Principal (11th)
    Ranesa Shipman, Assistant Principal (12th)
    Jennifer Ankney, Assistant Principal
              (Curriculum and Instruction)

    School Hours:

    8:45 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.

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  • Open House

    August 6
    6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

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  • Wilson County Schools will be offering a Credit Recovery Summer School opportunity from June 10th through June 14th hosted at MAP.


    1. School Counselors will Complete this form for each referral: 
    2019 Wilson County Schools: Summer Recovery Credit Intercession
    2.  School Counselors will send home the Credit Recovery Permission Form with the student to be signed by Guardian:
    Wilson County Schools Summer Credit Recovery Permission Form

    Important Facts and Dates to Remember:
    •    Enrollment Opens: Tuesday, May 21, 2019
    •    Enrollment Closes: Friday, May 31,  2019
    •    Summer School Begins: Monday, June 10, 2019
    •    Summer School Ends: Friday, June 14, 2019
    •    Location:  MAP Academy  351 Stumpy Lane, Lebanon, TN. 37090
    •    Time: 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
    •    9th-11th Grade Students are eligible who receive a final average of 50%-69%
    HOW MUCH: 
    •    Cost: $100 Per Course.  Checks should be made payable to MAP and turned in to school counselors.  Once all funds have been collected at each High School site, these payments will need to be given to MAP.


    *Please Note: Students passing credit recovery shall receive a final grade of seventy percent (70%).  The student transcript shall denote that credit was attained through credit recovery.  The original failing grade will be listed on the transcript, but shall not factor into the student’s GPA, in accordance with the State Board of Education’s Uniform Grading Policy (3.103).

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  • Emma Grace Brewer: Salutatorian

    Emma Grace Brewer - Salutatorian

    College & Major: The University of Mississippi 

    Majoring in Public Policy and Leadership

    Memory that will stay with you most from WCHS? 

    The memories that will stay with me the most from Wilson Central will be sporting events, especially rivalry games. My most fond memories of high school are from Friday nights cheering on the football team with my peers and then going to Waffle House after to celebrate, even if it was a loss. 

    What was the most important thing you learned from WCHS? 

    The most important thing I have learned from Wilson Central is that high school is what you make it. You can choose to challenge yourself and be involved or to not. High school can be whatever you want it to be but it’s your responsibility to push yourself. 

    Faculty member who influenced you and how?

    I actually have two faculty members that have greatly influenced me. Mrs. Carney and Mr. Dawson have both been extremely influential to me during my time at Wilson Central. Mrs. Carney was my student council advisor for 3 years and my English teacher my junior year. Mrs. Carney helped me grow into the leader and person I am today by always pushing me out of my comfort zone and supporting me in everything I do. Mr. Dawson was one of the assistant principals up until my senior year. He was always there for me to talk to about anything and continuously supported me in achieving my goals. 

    What advice would you give underclassmen?

    Get involved! There is something for everyone on every high school campus. Getting involved in a club, sport, etc. is one of the best ways to make friends at school. Being involved in something makes high school a much more enjoyable experience because you get to meet people, do activities you enjoy, and support your school


    Taryn Pastore:  Valedictorian

    Taryn Pastore

    College and Major: Hamilton College in Clinton, NY 
    Majoring In:  Neuroscience and foreign languages

    Memory that will stay with you from Wilson Central?

    Having my first softball lock in where we stayed up the whole night talking and playing games.

    What was the most important thing you learned from Wilson Central?

    Success isn’t measured by how high your grades are. Success is measured by your actions and your influence to others.

    Faculty member who influenced you and how?

    Ms. Boswell and Ms. Harris. They both became more than just teachers to me, and they were always there to listen and give advice when I needed it. They helped me become the person I am today.

    What advice would you give underclassmen? 

    Cherish every moment because it’s over sooner than you’d expect.


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  • Fall Sports:

    Cheerleading: comp.- pre-tryout meeting March 28 (6:30 small cafeteria) dates- April 1-4 (4:30-6:30)


    Cross country- Cross Country will not have tryouts.

    We will start Summer Running on June 10th 2019. We will meet at the Percy Priest Dam Greenway Trailhead @7:30am.


    Football- May 29 @7:30am.


    Golf- Date: Tuesday July 9th and Wednesday July 10th.  Time: Check In at 3pm  Location: Pine Creek Golf Course.  Requirements: Current physical.  Recommended: Proper Golf Equipment and Attire.  Information: A parent and player meeting will be held on Thursday July 11th at Wilson Central High  School for those who make the team (Time TBD)


    Sideline Cheerleading- parent meeting April 29 (5:00 small cafeteria) tryouts: May 13-15


    Soccer: girls- Middle School interest meeting April 23 @6:30pm.  Tryouts June 3rd 8:30am.


    Volleyball- WCVB Tryouts- May 28th-May 30th- 7:30-9:30 AM, Big Gym


    Winter Sports:

    Boys basketball- tryouts April 29 and April 30 3:30-5:30 in the large gym. Must have a physical to tryout.


    Girls basketball- May 23 4-6pm in the large gym and May 24 4-6pm in the small gym.


    Bowling- To be determined in August


    Dance- April 16, 17, 18. 3:45-6:30. Attached is the tryout packet with more info.


    Swim- All given is that there will be an info meeting in mid-September, there will be tryouts in late September, and the season starts in early October.


    Westling- Will start the first of October.  No try outs  just show up and your on the team


    Spring Sports:

    Baseball- As of now tryouts are June 3-4 @10-12am


    Soccer: boys- According to TSSAA tryouts/cuts for soccer can’t take place until February 2020.  

    We will have a meeting the first week of school to set up preseason activities which can’t be mandatory according to TSSAA.


    Softball- June 11th & 12th  @9:00am


    Tennis- tryouts are May 24 at 4:30. Students will need a copy of a physical dated after April 15, 2019, and a copy of their parent’s insurance card.


    Track- Track and field the first day of preseason conditioning will be September, 3, 2019. The first day of actual practice will be February 10, 2020.


    All athletes must have a medical physical dated after April 15 and proof of medical insurance prior to tryouts.

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