About This School
In 2011, Wilson Middle School had 14 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The North Carolina average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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All Grades Algebra I Performance
Wilson Middle School Reviews
Wilson was a great school. Despite any of the degrading things that have been said about the school, I always looked forward to going everyday. The teachers were very supportive, which is very important. I am proud to say that I graduated from WMS. "Once a wolverine always a wolverine".
Wilson was one of they greatest school's I've ever been to. To me we were a family in our walls. We supported one another and we were always there for one another. The teachers we're phenomenal. Mrs.T really taught me a lot and she was a wonderful person to talk to. This school made me think outside the box. Thanks to Wilson I am who i am now. Thanks to Ms.S and the foundation of Math she gave me, I can find my way out of difficult problems. Like i said we were like a family and like Stitch said "Family means no one get left behind."
I am a 1965 graduate of Wilson which was then known as Wilson Junior High School. It was a great school - the teachers were awesome and the food very satisfying. I will never forget the great education and good times I enjoyed while a student. It is so good to hear that the school is still operating and has such a high educational standard. I am 61 years old and my memories of Wilson are still fresh. Today, I am retired after working hard all my life in the business world. I owe so much of my success in life to this valued institution of learning. It would be nice if there was a history of Wilson for graduates of my time and photos of the faculty. SGE Class of 1965