Wilson Central High School
419 Wildcat Way
Lebanon, TN 37090
Hours: 8:15 am.-4:15 p.m.
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(Note: Counselors/Grad Coach are only in office from 8:30-4:00.)
Students may visit School Counselors before or after school or during lunch unless an emergency. Students may also complete a "Request to See Counselor" form before or after school so their counselor can call them up to the office at a later time.
Registrar (Records & Transcripts)
**Note: Minimum 48 hours notice on records, transcripts, and associated forms or letters.**
All Grades Last Names A-Cra
All Grades Last Names Mi-Sho
All Grades Last Names Shr-Z
The STARS Counselor is provided through STARS Nashville to serve as extra support to students regarding personal issues, such as grief or friend conflicts. The STARS counselor is not a licensed therapist but a support person. School counselors, parents, or students themselves may refer students to the STARS counselor. The STARS counselor is on campus Monday through Thursday, and her office is located in the library.
The graduation coach provides services to students at any grade level who are facing obstacles to graduating on time. His office is located in front of the library.
Rising Seniors (class of 2021): 3rd Annual Explorations in Engineering and Computing Summer Camp July 12-18, 2020
The College of Engineering at Tennessee Tech is hosting a week-long, stay-over camp with the goal of increasing high school students’ interest in and understanding of engineering. We are addressing a need to provide science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) outreach, especially to underrepresented students. Thanks to generous donors, we are able to offer the camp at no cost to the students. Application deadline is March 15, 2020.
The Lebanon Breakfast Rotary is again excited to offer a scholarship opportunity for graduating seniors in Wilson County planning to attend Cumberland University this fall. This is a $2,000 scholarship ($1,000 from the Lebanon Breakfast Rotary and $1,000 matching funds from CU) and is renewable for up to four years. The deadline to apply is May 1, 2020. The recipient will in turn be notified the week of May 4, 2019.
QUICK REFERENCE SHEET
- Offers 2 years of tuition free community or technical college to high school graduates beginning with the Class of 2015.
- No GPA, ACT or income requirements
- Complete 8 hours of community service
- Students must apply online at tnpromise.gov by November 1.
- Attend mandatory meetings at local high school
Complete FAFSA by February 7
Apply for community college or Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) by early spring. We recommend an April 1 application priority date.
- Once in the program, students must maintain a 2.0, complete 8 hours of community service before the start of each term enrolled and file the FAFSA by February 15 each year.
Tennessee Hope Scholarship (Lottery):
- Award Amount: Up to $6000/yr for 4 year institutions; Up to $3000/yr for 2 year inst.
- Students must have a minimum of a 21 ACT OR overall GPA of 3.0
- No income requirements
- Students must enroll within 16 months of high school graduation at an eligible institution.
- Complete FAFSA in order to apply for HOPE
- Recognition Program that involves community business leaders to help motivate all students to complete a rigorous course of study that will prepare them for college and their careers.
- Medallion worn at graduation
- Wilson County Tennessee Scholar Graduation held at Cumberland University
- Gold seal on diploma
- Permanent stamp on diploma
- Preferential hiring for TN Scholars
- Local, state & national recognition
- TN Scholars requirements are on the web at tennesseescholars.org
- Note: 80 hours community service, NO out-of-school suspensions and 95% attendance is required
- TN Scholars Checklist
Senior Diploma Survey 2020 - Information
- Please fill out your first, last and middle names exactly as we specify.
- Students must enter their name starting with a capital letter and ending with lowercase (not all caps or all lowercase)
- Counselors will be verifying student information.
This information will be on their diploma!
2019 FASFA Assistance Day
Senior Parents can register here to sign up for an appointment to receive assistance in completing the 2020-2021 FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). The FAFSA must be completed each year to receive financial aid for college, TN Promise money, and TN Lottery Scholarship money.
Appointments are in 30-minute increments. **Before your appointment you and your student need to apply for your FSA ID in order to electronically sign the FAFSA. Both parent and student must apply for a FSA ID. To register for a FSA ID please visit the following website.
For help understanding the FASFA, click here to watch the following informative webinar.
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To sign up for WCHS Dual Enrollment announcements please click here.
The Jason Foundation
The Jason Foundation (JFI) believes that awareness and education are the first steps to prevention. We want to establish a Triangle of Prevention by providing students, parents and teachers the tools and resources to help identify and help at-risk youth. This is accomplished through a curriculum unit for students and informational seminars for teachers and parents. The programs provide resources to accomplish this goal. The materials are easy to use and are intended to provide educational information. There is no intent to diagnose or treat suicidal ideation. JFI’s intention is to empower youth, educators and parents to help recognize when young people are in pain and know to get professional help involved as soon as possible.
Classroom presentaions will be done in all freshman classrooms.
2019 Govenor's School
The Tennessee Governor's Schools provide eleven challenging and high-intensity programs for rising 11th and 12th grade students nominated by high school faculty. Students interested in participating in a Governor's Schools program should obtain the application(s) from a high school administrator, school counselor, or other faculty member. Applications must be postmarked no later than Dec. 1, unless otherwise noted in the application.
For more information about Governor's school please visit their website.