• Wakefield High School

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    Wakefield maintains a high standard of learning for all students that effectively prepares all students for graduation and for becoming productive citizens.

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    The Wakefield learning community supports students in developing 21st Century skills that allow them to contribute responsibly in an ever-changing environment.

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  • Interested in Mechanics?

    Juniors interested in mechanics listen up! UTI in Morrisville's Summer Ignite Program courses will train high school juniors in automotive, diesel, motorcycle and collision repair mechanical technology. The skills taught are the same as those in the full-tuition program courses—but offered here for FREE. Please see Ms. Toborowsky in Student Services for more information.


     

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  • Manager Needed!

    Do you need community service hours? Do you need a recommendation for college? Do you enjoy watching exhilarating sports competition? If you answered yes to any of these questions then you should be the manager of the Wakefield HS wrestling team. No experience necessary. We can train you. See Coach Williams in room 2200.


     

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  • Prom

    Prom is scheduled for April 27, 2019 at the Marriott downtown. There was a date misprint on an earlier version of the senior timeline, so please note the correct date.


     

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  • Duke Summer Opportunities

    Duke hosts several summer opportunities for students. They have both credit and non-credit programs that give students the opportunities to get a feel for a college campus both academically and residential. (One of our STEM Academy weeks is a commuter week for local students who do not care to live on campus. A representative will be here during pride time on January 8th. Please see Mrs. Joyner to get a pass to attend.


     

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  • Attention Seniors

    Didn't buy your cap and gown? Haven't paid your senior fee?? It isn't too late...head over to the WHS website > Students > Seniors to pay for both! Remember that any unpaid senior fees become a fine starting January 22nd! Once it has become a fine, it can only be paid in the media center in cash. 


     

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