Wingfield High School

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Wingfield High School
1985 Scanlon Dr
Jackson, Mississippi, 39204-4419
United States
Coordinates 32°16′51″N 90°14′30″W / 32.28083°N 90.24167°W / 32.28083; -90.24167Coordinates: 32°16′51″N 90°14′30″W / 32.28083°N 90.24167°W / 32.28083; -90.24167
School type Public
School district Jackson Public Schools [1]
NCES School ID 280219000423 [1]
Principal Dr. Willie Killins, Jr. [2]
Assistant principals Nadine Gilbert

Assistant Principal Ninth Grade/Exceptional Education

Dr. Theophilus King Assistant Principal Curriculum and Instruction

Frank Terry Assistant Principal Athletic Director

Angela Givhan Assistant Principal/SIG [2]

Teaching staff 64.45 (FTE)[1]
Grades 9-12 [1]
Number of students 900 [3]
Grade 9 315
Grade 10 241
Grade 11 193
Grade 12 148
Other 3
Student to teacher ratio 17.13 [1]
Sports Boys Sports

Football Cross Country Basketball Track Soccer Baseball Tennis Golf

Girls Sports

Basketball Track Soccer Slow Pitch Softball Tennis Golf Volleyball


Mascot Falcon
Team name Mighty Falcons
Feeder schools Peeples Middle School, Whitten Middle School

Wingfield High School is a high school in Jackson, Mississippi (USA). It is part of the Jackson Public School District. Almost 900 children from southern Jackson attend Wingfield High School in grades 9-12, as well as over 70 administration and staff. The principal of Wingfield High School is Dr. Willie Killins.

The mascot of Wingfield is the falcon.


There are a total of 859 students enrolled in Wingfield High during the 2011-2012 school year. The gender makeup of the district was 49% female and 51% male. The racial makeup of the school was 97.35% African American and 2.65% White.[5]


Dr. Willie Killens is the current principal of Wingfield High School.
Ms. Angela Givhan, Assistant Principal
Mr. Roderick Smith, Assistant Principal, Exceptional Education, 9th Grade Academy
Mr. Frank Terry, Athletic Director

Feeder pattern[edit]

The following schools feed into Wingfield High School.[6]

  • Middle Schools
    • Peeples Middle School
    • Whitten Middle School
  • Elementary Schools
    • Key Elementary School
    • Lester Elementary School
    • Marshall Elementary School
    • Sykes Elementary School
    • Wilkins Elementary School


  1. ^ a b c d e "Wingfield High School". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved 6 February 2013. 
  2. ^ a b "Faculty and Staff". Wingfield High School. Retrieved 6 February 2013. 
  3. ^ [1]
  4. ^ "Athletics". Wingfield High School. Retrieved 6 February 2013. 
  5. ^ "Mississippi Assessment and Accountability Reporting System". Office of Research and Statistics, Mississippi Department of Education. 
  6. ^ Feeder Patterns – Jackson Public Schools.

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