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DCPS removes Wilson’s ASL I class
Funding reallocated from art department
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  • Mi impresión de Wilson como estudiante de intercambio October 23, 2018
  • “One Day”; una llamada para la unidad October 9, 2018
  • United We Dream prepara la comunidad para las elecciones con una barbacoa September 3, 2018
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Maryland politics from a DC perspective
Wilson’s Poor Spending Means Lack of Resources

Wilson’s Poor Spending Means Lack of Resources

November 5, 2018

Memorization required for assessments does not align with real-life demands

Memorization required for assessments does not align with real-life demands

October 9, 2018

Dismantling rape culture starts with dialogue and inclusivity

October 9, 2018

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Recent Sports Scores
  • Sunday, November 11

    Boys Soccer

    Wilson 3 - St. Johns 3

  • Saturday, November 10

    Football

    Wilson 13 - Ballou 27

  • Thursday, November 8

    Boys Soccer

    Wilson 2 - Gonzaga 1

  • Thursday, November 1

    Soccer

    Wilson 2 - Walls 1

  • Monday, October 22

    Boys Soccer

    Wilson 2 - Roosevelt 1

  • Saturday, October 20

    Boys Soccer

    Wilson 6 - Flint Hill 1

  • Saturday, October 20

    Football

    Wilson 34 - Roosevelt 6

  • Thursday, October 18

    Field Hockey

    Wilson 2 - Walls 1

  • Saturday, October 13

    Football

    Wilson 0 - HD Woodson 19

  • Friday, October 5

    Football

    Wilson 28 - Ballou 12

Resilience and courage: Film festival delves into America’s racist past

Meghan Dayton and Erin Harper | November 12, 2018

Some of the most beautiful and artistically creative scenes in movies may not always come from Hollywood blockbusters starring acclaimed actors and actresses or written by world-renowned directors. Oftentimes, meaningful films are featured in high or low profile festivals that celebrate the love for the art of film itself. One such festival is the Smithsonian African American Film Festival presented...

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Two stars are born in latest remake of Hollywood classic “A Star Is Born”

Alex Holmes | November 12, 2018

In a world where Hollywood is known more for reboots, sequels, and spinoffs than refreshing creativity, it is rare to see a remake of a film that offers a successful new take on the original. When the fourth remake of “A Star Is Born” was announced, with Bradley Cooper directing and starring alongside Lady Gaga, it looked to be a stale retread of an all too familiar story. Fortunately for Hollywood—and...

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WilsonLive surges into its second year

Jamie Stewart-Aday | November 12, 2018

If you look up during a football or soccer game, you can sometimes see Athletic Director Mitch Gore or Instructional Coach David Thompson peering out the window of a fourth-floor classroom to try and get a better look. You may see some students as well, holding a camera and talking, seemingly to no one. What you won’t see, though, is the countless hours spent over the past two years putting on Wilson’s...

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Athlete of the Month: Julia Arnsberger

Noah Gross | November 12, 2018

With a 5-6 record and a 2-1 win in an overtime thriller against School Without Walls, the Wilson field hockey team had its best season in recent memory. Co-captain and starting forward senior Julia Arnsberger had a phenomenal year and an illustrious field hockey career that is certainly worth recognizing. Arnsberger started playing field hockey in sixth grade as part of Southeast Storm, a local...

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