For some of us, the best years of our lives were spent at Wilson High School, in the heart of our nation’s capital.  Swirling round in our heads are memories of football games, basketball games, dances, homecoming events, and spring breaks.

The Alumni Association can help you replay and relive these memories.  We can navigate you towards reuniting with classmates through reunions or other events.  We can keep you apprised of news of the school and happenings of other graduates.

Download a membership form to receive the Alumni Beacon four times a year.  This publication will keep you in touch with your classmates, as well as what is happening currently at Wilson High School.  You may be able to help current students as a mentor or with guidance and advice.

Join our listserve to keep up with current activities at Wilson. (choose” Wilson Alumni and supporters”)

The Mission of the Alumni Association is to:

1.  Foster a positive image of the school, its programs, and activities

2.  Support the school in its goal to maintain academic excellence

3.  Serve the school and participate in events

4.  Be a communicator between the school and its alumni community

Read more about Wilson’s programs and activities.  Download our profile on the Wilson College and Career Center page.

5 thoughts on “Home

  1. I need a paragraph or two about the revamping of the website, and would appreciate hearing from anyone who can tell me about how it was done.

  2. This is in reply to a question posed in the most recent issue of the Alumni Beacon. There were most definitely AP classes at Wilson in the early ’70s. I graduated in’71, and took AP Biology and AP English senior year. My older sister also took AP classes in 1970. This was nothing new and different then. I don’t know which year AP was initiated, but the classes were around by 1969.

  3. Class of 1986 hear, go Tigers. My nephew lives in Brookland, I am an Alumni of Wilson as well as other relatives in our family. We would really like to have him attend Wilson and wondered if any consideration is giving to relatives of Aumni?

  4. Richard Bruce Schneider,Sr. “Uncle Dick”
    Born in Tenleytown, Washington,D.C.
    Attended Woodrow Wilson High School’s first graduating class,Strayer College
    Military Service 1946-1949 Army Corps of Engineers, Japan
    Unconditional loving Husband,Father, Uncle and Friend.
    He is survived by his Wife of 34 years, Lilia Germise Schneider and 5 children, Richard Bruce Schneider,Jr., Carol Ann Schneider, Cynthia Lee Rager, William Carl Schneider,and Donald Wayne Schneider.
    Grandchildren MarkTruman,Laura,Brian,Patrick,Olivia,Julia,and Trevor (Schneider). Numerous nieces and Nephews from both the US and the Philippines.
    Richard will be remembered by his many friends and acquaintances for his sense of humor, his kindness and his willingness to help anyone in need. To know him is to love him.

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