Wilson High

Knowledge, Skills and Character


  • Welcome to historic Wilson High School! Wilson High School was founded in 1866 as a Freedman's Bureau School following the American Civil War. Our school's mission from the beginning has been to develop in all students the knowledge, skills, and character to achieve personal success. At Wilson High School, we offer a wide variety of activities including a Middle Years Program and a Diploma Program as part of our International Baccalaureate World School, Advanced Placement courses, and Dual Credit classes. In the fall of 2016, Wilson High School started an Early College Program in which students will graduate high school with an Associate’s degree from Florence-Darlington Technical College and be even better prepared for the workforce or college.

    Wilson High School is helping all students develop the world-class skills, life and career skills found in the Profile of the South Carolina Graduate by providing a rigorous education in safe surroundings that prepare students for a college education or the workforce. We are able to offer our diverse student body a first-class education by constantly challenging them to become better students and leaders.

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  • Attention Students and Parents!

    Counselor Meeting Request

    Click here to schedule an appointment with your School Counselor if you need to make schedule changes or have any questions prior to school starting. You will get an email from the School Counseling office to confirm your appointment.

    Summer School Information

    Summer school will be offered for high school students at a cost of $50. The high school summer school will be held at South Florence, West Florence, and Wilson.  Registration at Wilson will be held at the school. 

    High school students should meet with guidance counselors to determine summer school eligibility.

    The dates for summer school are June 10th through July 31st daily. Hours of operation are from 8:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. or 12 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. Summer school will be closed on July 4.

    For more information about summer school, contact Mr. Larry Roland at Wilson (843-664-8440). 

    High school students who are out-of-district should call summer school contacts, as Florence 1 Schools will fill summer school slots with Florence 1 students first. If space is available, the out-of-district student cost for high school summer school is $350 per unit.


    IB MYP and DP Summer Work

    Summer work for students enrolled in the International Baccalaureate Program in either the Middle Years Program (MYP) or the Diploma Program (DP) can find their summer work below in the IB Summer Work Announcement


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