Woodrow Wilson Middle School

Wilson Middle School

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    Wilson Gear sShop


  • mesa workshop

    To register click here


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  • Wilson's New 2016-2017 Bell Schedule

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     Print or download a copy of our bell schedule here  


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  • 2016/2017 Reflections Arts Program

    Students! Get creative over the summer with the 2016/2017 Reflections Arts Program theme, "What is Your Story?"

    Categories for entry are: Dance Choreography, Film Production, Literature, Visual Ats, Music Composition and Photography

    For more information visit: http://capta.org/pta-leaders/programs/reflections/


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  • soccer camp soccer camp team


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  • GHS orientation


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    All 6th grade students must show proof of TDAP vaccination BEFORE being allowed to attend 7th grade in the 2016-2017 school year. This includes summer school. 

    Important TDAP vaccinations information can be found here. 


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  • Morgan Hill vs. California Department of Education Lawsuit Information

    For information visit: http://www.gusd.net//site/Default.aspx?PageID=951


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  • Homework & Computer Labs 

    Attention Knights:   Need Homework help? The Wilson Homework and Computer Labs are now combined! If you need any homework help OR need computer access, please go to Rm 1223 Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 2:45-3:45pm. Students need to sign in and stay the entire time. Make sure to arrive no later than 3:00pm. Take advantage of this wonderful opportunity!



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  • remind

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Our Mission

Mission Statement

Wilson Middle School is committed to providing a safe, supportive environment and a comprehensive program which guarantees intellectual, creative, physical and socially developmental experiences for all students to become academically excellent, responsible, self-confident, and appreciative of human diversity.  

District Goals

District Goals to support our students in attaining 21st Century Skills for College and/or Career Readiness

By 2018-2019, GUSD students will be proficient in:
-Reading by the end of 3rd grade
-Math at the end of 6th grade
-Content-area Literacy by the end of 11th grade
-Math courses through Algebra II by the end of 11th grade
-Courses satisfying the a-g (UC/CSU) requirements and/or CTE Pathways by the end of 12th grade