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  • Before and After School Tutoring:  Below is the schedule for students who need some extra help.  Students will enter through the front doors in the morning.  Just a reminder that transportation is not provided outside of the regular bus times.  If you have questions, please email the teacher for the subject in which you are interested.

    English - Ms. Smith  (S106)           Tues/Thurs 7:30-8:30am               smithmeg100@wcschools.com
    English – Ms. Groves (S107)         Tues/Wed/Thurs 7:30-8:30am    grovespr100@wcschools.com
    Math – Ms. Swafford (N217)       Mon/Tues/Thurs 4:00-5:00pm    swaffche100@wcschools.com
    Science – Ms. Campbell (F214)   Tues/Thurs 7:30-8:30am               hawkeall100@wcschools.com
    Science – Ms. Mohammed (W209) Tues/Thurs 7:30-8:30am          momhamdil100@wcschools.com
    Science – Ms. Puza (F212)             Mon/Wed 7:30-8:30am                 puzachr100@wcschools.com
    ACT Prep – Mr. Marlowe (N200) Tues/Thurs 7:30-8:30am              marlowj@wcschools.com
    ACT Prep – Mr. Wild (W100)        Mon/Wed 7:30 - 8:30am               wilddan100@wcschools.com


    Reminder to seniors who haven't paid their cap and gown order.   Please pay this as quickly as we can to ensure cap and gowns are ordered.  

     This fee will go UP TEN DOLLARS ON FEB. 1 to $80.    

     Below are links that will guide you through the process of ordering cap and gowns this year. The fee for graduation is $70. This fee helps pay for a cap, gown, tassel, and diploma cover.    

     The first link is from our vendor's representative from HerffJones. He will walk you through the process of how to order if you need that. Wilson Central HS Senior Video 

     The second link is the order form. Graduation Diploma and Cap and Gown. When it opens up it will open to the Keepsakes of Cap and Gown order. If you want to search for other things such as apparel, announcement cards, and grad packs please click on the tap grad packs to browse.

     It is important to order early. With the supply chain disrupted due to the worldwide pandemic, vendors are scrambling to fulfill orders at the last second. Please place your order by the start of the new year to guarantee all products will be on campus by graduation.

     If you have any questions about graduation, please contact Josh Marlowe at marlowej@wcschools.com. If you have any questions about the products that Herff Jones offers please contact Matt Burton at mtburton@herffjones.com


    CLASS OF 2022:

     We hope you are well! We are excited to cross the graduation line with you. Please click Diploma Order form Class of 2022. We need your information to ensure that your diploma is correct. You can only access this form via your wilsonk12tn account. 

     If you have not already, please File your FAFSA. Click below for FAFSA how to information as well as other scholarship opportunities on the WCHS counseling website:

    Counseling / College Information: Transcript Request: Scholarships, Financial Aid & TN Promise

     TN Promise students:



    Coming Home is the week of 1/18-1/21.  Dress Up Days are as follows:

    Tuesday: Act Your Age

       Freshmen - babies/toddlers

       Sophomores - kids

       Juniors - Middle Aged

       Seniors - Old age/seniors

    Wednesday:  Celebrity Day/Adam Sandler Day

    Thursday:  Met Gala Day 

    Friday:  White Lies T-Shirt Day

    PEP Rally on Thursday due to some student organization conflicts.

    Lip Sync Contest on 1/21 during Pep Rally Schedule.  Students need to bring $5 to Ms. Bettag in room N201 on 1/18-1/20 to buy a ticket.

    Monday, February 1st - Clubs/Organizations Picture Day
    1st Period: 
    8:55 – JROTC 
    9:00 – Choir - Chamber Choir
    9:05 – Choir - Concert Choir 
    9:10 – Choir - Women's Chorale
    9:15 – Skills USA 
    9:20 – ProStart
    9:25 – Charcoal Cats BBQ Team
    9:30 – French Club 
    9:35 – NHS 
    9:40 – E-Sports 
    9:45 – FCA 
    9:50 – Fishing
    9:55 – Book Club

    2nd Period: 
    10:20 – SID 
    10:25 – WCNN 
    10:30 – Beta Club 
    10:35 – DECA 
    10:40 – FBLA 
    10:45 – Art Club 
    10:50 – Model UN 
    10:55 – Youth in Government 
    11:00 – HOSA 
    11:05 – International Thespian Society 
    11:10 – Trouveres 
    11:15 – Mission Im-provable
    11:20 – Chess Club 
    11:25 – Friends of Rachel

    11:45 – FFA
    11:50 – STUCO 
    11:55 – Yearbook 

    Sports Information Department News
    The Wilson Central Sports Network is honored to be recognized by the newly formed NFHS Network Founder's Club. The Founder's Club was created to recognize high schools from across the United States in celebration of the one millionth event posted on NFHS. The Wilson Central Sports Network continues to be recognized Nationally by the NFHS network being one of the original schools to join the network and help it grow, as well as remaining loyal to NFHS for many years. This could not have been possible without the countless hours of dedication and hard work that both current and previous members of WCSN have put into the program but more importantly the "subscribers" that have purchased viewer subscriptions over the last few years.  ---WCSN Website--- www.wilsoncentralsports.com
    Beginning on August 28, 2003, WCSN began audio streaming it first event....a freshmen football game with Blackman.  The first Varsity sporting event was streamed the following day on August 29 as the Wildcats played host to the Cumberland County High School Jets.  As time went by and technology increased WCSN  joined ihigh.com to begin video streaming.  On Aug 21, 2015 WCSN went on the air for the first time as a partner with the NFHS network streaming the Wildcats and the Beech Buccaneers football game.  6 years and 524 NFHS events later, Wilson Central joins 50 other schools NATIONWIDE  and only 6 Tennessee schools to be recognized as a member of the NFHS Founders Club.    A huge thank you to NFHS and all those who have helped The Wilson Central Sports Network achieve still another recognition of a job well done as the department continues to be one of the Broadcasting Leaders across the nation in high school sports.

    Choir News

    These students have made it into the Middle TN Vocal Association Honor Choirs which is a big accomplishment. Over 840 singers auditioned across Middle TN ! Two students will continue on and represent our school in the All State Choir at Opryland in April! Please congratulate them today!

     Midstate Honor Choirs

    Calan Clark 9th

    Abby Adams 9th

    Melissa Hessey 11th

     All-State Honor Choir!

    Natalie Ioza 10th

    John Reed Hill 12th


    Esports News

    The Esports team won the regional championships!!!!! This guarantees that we will be competing in Disney World in June!!!! We were undefeated for the entire season, and immediately after the last game the recruiter from Cumberland University reached out and said he would love to see them on his team!

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  • Yearbooks are on sale for $90 until December 18th. After this Saturday, December 18th, the price will increase to $95! We only have 70  yearbooks left to pre-order! When we sell out - we sell out, so pre-order your yearbook now! Order your yearbook here: https://link.zixcentral.com/u/6261a78a/3Ln8RNxd7BGAdPy9hnsoMg?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.yearbookordercenter.com%2F To order, just search for Wilson Central High School or enter 21989 as the school’s order number. Order now until it is too late! Please email Mrs. Agee at ageejes100@wcschools.com if you have any questions! 


    Future ACT Boot Camp Dates

    Ms. Harris and Ms. Rich (certified ACT teachers) are planning to offer the following dates for ACT Boot Camps:

    Feb 5th – to prepare for the test on the 12th

    March 5th and 12th- to prepare for the Junior test on the 15th

    March 26th- to prepare for the April 2nd test.

     Spots will be limited to 20 seats per session. $50 per student, paid in advance.  You can make checks out to Wilson Central HS and deliver to Ms. Harris or Rich to reserve your seat.


    Please take a moment to congratulate the following Health Science students for passing the national certification exam this past Saturday and becoming Certified Clinical Medical Assistants:

     Makenzie Daniel

    Jacob Hamilton

    Abigail Jones

    Jaydin Joseph

    Hannah Summar


    Theatre News

    Last week Trouveres (pronounced True vairs) competed in our State Wide One Act Festival and Monologue competition. We received our results this morning after a week of virtual competition.

     Solo Monologue Winners-

    1st Jalen Hunt

    2nd Emma Groves

    3rd Sh'Ahr Blackburn


    Scholarship Winners-

    Abby O' Guin

    Sh'Ahr Blackburn

    Emma Groves


    Best Ensemble

    Emma Groves

    Aiden Sterrett

    Jazmyn Haney

    Peyton Ellis

    Layla Almumayiz

    Sh'Ahr Blackburn

    Abby O'Guin

    Elle Lolas

    Georgia Earls

    Jocelyn Bradley

    Madison Collier

    Jai Freeman

    Jalen Hunt

     We also won 2nd place in the state and have secured a position at our National conference in March in Memphis!!


    Wrestling News

    last saturday we went to clarksville to wrestle in their dual tournament.  we won 5 matches and the tournament

     WC 78  MOUNT JULIET 4

    WC 78  Kenwood 6

    WC 75  MUS 6

    WC 60  Brentwod Academy 24

    FINALS  WC 60  Clarksville 24

     season record  10-0


    Congratulations to the Coming Home Court!

    9th Grade

    Grey Huntington

    Lance Corn

     10th Grade

    Ryan Judd

    Trent Mayat

    11th Grade

    Austin Alexander

    Chad York

     12th Grade

    King: Kolbe Walling


    Evan Riggan

    Christian Begnaud

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  • First, let me apologize for my horrible grammar in the email I sent earlier today about the Lebanon High incident.  I need to slow down, put on my glasses and proof myself in the future.  Sometimes I try to do things too fast and really mess up!
    Students, I'll do better in the future so I set a better example.

    Bowling News

    Congratulations to the Boys’ Bowling team on a great win over Gallatin yesterday (20-3) that advances them to the semi-finals of the District Tournament. Congratulations to the Girls’ Bowling Team on finishing Runners-Up in the Girls District Tournament.  We had 5 Bowlers make the All-District Team this year.
    Luke Kinzer, Joplin Miller, Kyleigh Pitzer, Anna Grace Vaught, and Lily Reece.  The Boys will bowl Beech in Hendersonville on Tuesday and the Girls will bowl in the Regional Tournament in January.

    Wrestling News
    Last night WC wrestling upped their season record to 5-0 by defeating Clarksville 60-18 and Riverdale 72-12.    What makes the wins even more impressive is that we had 4 of our 14 starters out of the line up and our JV kids stepped up into those spots ( Vance Blake, Caleb Jenkins, Tyler Mattone and Jontay Johns)

    Last Friday our A team and B team went to Wrestle at the Harpeth Dual Tournament.  The A team Finished 1st with a 66-14 and 64-14 win over Rossview and Fairview.   The B team defeated Munford and lost a close on to Fairview to finish 4th.

    Saturday the A and B team went back to Harpeth for a 22 team individual tournament and our C team went to The TSB Varsity tournament.

    A team won the tournament with 299.5 points. Sycamore placed 2nd with 134 points.  Our B team which consisted of 5 kids on this day finished 13th out of 22.

    Individuals Champions
    James Hicks at 106
    Nicholas Mercante at 120
    Connor Warnock at 126
    Riley Fort at 145
    Steven Fisak at 152
    Matthew Hills at 170
    Anthony Glasgow at 195

    Vance Blake at 106
    Paul Johnson 113
    Brady Jarvis 160

    Third Place
    Tate Meyers

    4th place : these wrestlers had already wrestled the limit of 5 matches in a day and could not wrestle for third.
    Chase Fisher 113
    Payton Jones 126
    Tanner Hansen 285

    TSB Invitational champions
    Joseph Palmer 120
    Corey Tyus 145
    Sean Sawyer 182A
    Jacob Almond 182B

    Jackson sanders 106
    Cambden Cockerham 138
    Tyler Mattone  170
    Jontay Johns  195


    Lebanon First United Methodist Church food giveaway Saturday 18 December from 8:00 AM until gone. Wilson County Schools and the administration of the school do not endorse or sponsor the events. 


    TN Promise and ALL other seniors - file your FAFSA as soon as possible to maintain your eligibility and have access to financial aid.

    TN Promise students must complete their FAFSA by February 1, 2021 to remain eligible. 

     College For TN FAFSA videos (How to complete FAFSA online)

    Apply for FAFSA 

    2021-2022 FAFSA instructions

     Every dollar counts. Click here for Scholarship information:



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  • This semester is quickly coming to an end.  Please encourage your students to make sure they have all their work completed and to seek help during lunch if needed.  Next week we will dedicate Thursday and Friday for exams, projects or presentations.  These activities will count no greater than a regular test in this grading period.  Wilson County Schools did away with semester exams a couple years ago with the exception of TNReady required assessments.  Those assessments will count as 15% of the students final grade.

    1st Block - regular class
    2nd Block - regular class
    Homeroom - regular
    Lunch - regular
    3rd Block - Exam/project/presentation (this is the teacher's discretion)
    4th Block - Exam/project/presentation (this is the teacher's discretion)

    1st Block - Exam/project/presentation (this is the teacher's discretion)
    2nd Block- Exam/project/presentation (this is the teacher's discretion)

    Homeroom:  If a student has all their work completed and brings a note to their homeroom teacher, from a parent giving them permission; the student can be dismissed.  Please send a hard-copy note with your student if you allow them to be dismissed as we can not handle the volume through Skyward on this day.

    Lunch:  will be served in the main cafeteria

    3rd and 4th Blocks will be dedicated to making up missing work. 

    The busses will run at their regular time of 3:45. 

    Congratulations to the following band members for making the 9-10 Mid-State Bands!
    Trey Blackmon--10th Chair Silver Band, Horn
    Bryce Dy--3rd Chair Silver Band, Euphonium
    Victoria Payne--1st Chair Silver Band, Bari Sax
    Biruke Woldeyohannes--13th Chair Gold Band, Trumpet

    In 9th-12th grades, that makes a total of 12 students in a band plus 2 alternates.

    WCHS had someone make alternate or get a spot in the bands in every section we had someone audition. That is an awesome accomplishment!

    Adaptive PE- Wilson Central has a special PE course that focuses on Health and Wellness for kids with Special Needs. We are in need of peer helpers for this course next semester come January. If you would like the opportunity to work closely with these students, please stop by F215 to speak to Mrs. Arnold/Lerno.


    TN Promise and ALL other seniors - file your FAFSA as soon as possible maintain your eligibility and have access to financial aid.

    TN Promise students must complete their FAFSA by February 1, 2021 to remain eligible. 

     College For TN FAFSA videos (How to complete FAFSA online)

    Apply for FAFSA 

    2021-2022 FAFSA instructions

     Click here for Scholarship information:




    2022 Wilson County Nursing Education Summer Program 

    Clinical Application


    Friday March 18, 2021

    Interviews will be April 4-8  at Lebanon, Mount Juliet High Schools, and/or Virtually

    Orientation May 26th 2022, Class runs June 1, 2022-June 29, 2022

    June 30, 2022 Pinning Ceremony at Wilson County Schools Administration and Training Complex 

     General Course Information

    The Nursing Education course is a 4-week class that provides the student opportunities to work in a healthcare environment and prepares the student to test for their Certified Nursing Assistant Certification. Successful completion will earn the student a CNA certification.  This course is only for a CNA certification and not school credit and is only open to the class of 2022 and 2023 students.

    Please see Ms. Bettag in room N201 for an application.  


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  • The Wilson County Schools ESL Welcome Center is now open and ready to serve families with other background languages. It is located in the Adult Learning Center at the Administrative Training Center, 415 Harding Drive, Lebanon, TN 37087. 

    Arabic and Spanish translators are available to assist families with school registrations, acquiring school documents, and orientation to schools.

    The Welcome Center offers ESL classes for 17 - 18 year olds and Adult English classes. Hours of operation include Tuesdays 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. and Thursdays 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. If you need assistance at another time, please call to make an appointment.

    El Centro de Bienvenida de inglés como segundo idioma de las Escuelas del Condado de Wilson está ahora abierta y lista para servir a las familias con otros idiomas de fondo. Está ubicado en el Centro de Aprendizaje para Adultos en el ATC. Hay traductores de árabe y español disponibles para ayudar a las familias con las inscripciones escolares, la adquisición de documentos escolares y la orientación a las escuelas. El Centro de Bienvenida ofrece clases de ESL para jóvenes de 17 a 18 años y clases de inglés para adultos. El horario de atención incluye los martes de 9:00 a 11:00 y los jueves de 1:30 a 3:30. Si necesita asistencia en otro horario, llame para hacer una cita.

    Contact information (información de contacto):

    Julie Harrison
    (ESL Director) Directora ESL

    Mariam Khalil
    (Arabic Interpreter) Intérprete de árabe

    Yeissa Irizarry
    (Spanish Interpreter) Intérprete de español