Wilmington High School (Massachusetts)
|Grades||High school (9-12)|
|Student to teacher ratio||14.4|
|Color(s)||Navy Blue, Columbia Blue and White|
|Rival||Tewksbury Memorial High School (Tewksbury, MA)|
|Average SAT scores||510 verbal
513 writing (2010)
- Jason Bere, former MLB pitcher and American League All-Star in 1994.
- Ryland Blackinton, guitarist of Cobra Starship
- Mike Esposito, formerly with the Atlanta Falcons, WHS 1971
New High School Project
Wilmington has been approved by the state of Massachusetts to build a new High school. A resident group of ten has held up the progress of construction. On January 9, 2013 it was announced the schools gymnasium would be torn down. Many see this to be a big step forward in the construction of a much needed 21st century education for the students of Wilmington.
The school has a seven day rotating schedule with six classes a day including a double block. Double is 2 class periods and a half hour lunch. Students do not have that class the next day. Day 1: pd(s) 2-3-4- (double) 1-5-6 Day 2: pd(s) 3-4-6(double)2 -5-7
In 2012, the Wilmington High School boys hockey team won the school's first Div. 2 state championship.
On February 2, 2013, the boys' varsity indoor track team lost to neighboring Burlington's track team in its final meet, which ended an otherwise undefeated season. The team finished second in its league.
- "Wilmington High - Enrollment/Indicators". Massachusetts Dept of Elementary & Secondary Education. Retrieved 2008-09-05. "Students: 1,001 (2007-2008)"
- "SAT Performance Report - School and District Profiles: Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education". Profiles.doe.mass.edu. Retrieved 2014-01-25.
- James Albert (January 4, 2003). "Bere has many fond memories of his old high school coach". The Lowell Sun.
- "Wilmington High boys hockey wins Div. 2 state title". Wicked Local Wilmington.
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- Wilmington High School Official site
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