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In 2013 US News & World Reports ranked Wilcox in the top 5% of all high schools in the nation for academics.

Main Office Closed April 14 -18

The main office at Wilcox will be closed the week of Spring Break and will reopen on April 21.

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Parent School Climate Survey

Wilcox High School needs you to complete an online survey to help improve our school culture and climate. It is an opportunity to communicate your perceptions about fundamental learning supports and barriers at Wilcox. The attached letters explain the survey and provide your login, password and access instructions. Your participation is voluntary. It is also very important. The information you provide will help guide district and school efforts to promote safety, enhance learning supports, improve student achievement, and reduce health risks that stand as barriers to learning.  Thank you in advance for your time and interest.


 

Special Bell Schedule for CST Tests - April 22 and April 25


Monday, April 21 - regular SSR bell schedule for all students


Tuesday, April 22 - special bell schedule for CST testing

Who will test?

  • All 11th graders will take the CST English Language Arts Test
  • All 10th graders will take the CST Life Science Test.

Even numbered classes for all students will begin at 12:40 pm.

  Start End
Testing 9:00 am 10:15 am
Break 10:15 am 10:25 am
Testing 10:25 am 12:05 pm
Lunch 12:05 pm 12:35 pm
Period 2 12:40 pm 1:30 pm
Period 4 1:35 pm 2:10 pm
Period 6 2:15 pm 3:00 pm

Wednesday, April 23 normal Wednesday block bell schedule for all students / students attend only their even numbered classes


Thursday, April 24 normal Thursday block bell schedule for all students / students attend only their odd numbered classes


Friday, April 25 - special bell schedule for CST testing

Who will test?

  • All 11th graders enrolled in Algebra 2 or higher will take the CST Summative or Algebra 2 Test.
  • All 10th graders who have not yet taken the Life Science Test.

Odd numbered classes for all students will begin at 11:25 am.

  Start End
Testing 9:00 am 10:00 am
Break 10:00 am 10:10 am
Testing 10:10 am 11:10 am
Break 11:10 am 11:20 am
Period 1 11:25 am 12:10 pm
Lunch 12:15 am 12:45 pm
Period 3 12:50 pm 1:30 pm
Period 5 1:35 pm 2:15 pm
Period 7 2:20 pm 3:00 pm

Are you interested in education?

Santa Clara County Supervisor Dave Cortese and Silicon Valley Education Foundation are inviting parents and community members to join them on a FREE bus trip to California's capitol on April 30 to discuss educational priorities with our legislators.This is an opportunity for parents and community members to become more involved the education of our students. Our legislators need to hear us say which educational priorities are important to us. The attached invitation includes Spanish and Vietnamese translations.  For more information on this trip, please visit Dave Cortese's bus trip webpage or call 408-299-5030.The trip, including lunch, is FREE. To join us, simply e-mail Lara McCabe.


 

Spring Assemblies

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Congratulations to the Custom Shoe Design Contest Winners!
Congratulations to the Custom Shoe Design Contest Winners!   1st Place   = Julia Hong - Junior - Design D 2nd Place   = Kristine Cativo - Senior - Design C Other Top 5 Entries: Cindy Chan - Sophomore - Design B Paris Richardson - So... Continue
Posted by: Mr. Nic Bonotto
Published: 4/10/14

Safe and Sober Grad Night for Class of 2014
Thank you to all who turned in Grad Night registration forms during our first phase of sign-ups! We had a great turnout. The on-going registration continues, but we have reserved the buses and space is limited, so for those still interested in goi... Continue
Posted by: J Lipari
Published: 4/7/14

Attention Seniors Steps for Enrollment to De Anza
NEW STUDENTS SUMMER application opens March 1 . FALL application opens April 1 . IMPORTANT: All steps must be completed by July 11 to receive priority registration for fall. Do this as early as possible, even if you think you may attend another sc... Continue
Posted by: Jan Yee
Published: 3/4/14


The Governing Board of Santa Clara Unified School District is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals.  The District prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation or association with a person or a group with one or more of these perceived or actual characteristics.  The Board shall promote programs which ensure that discriminatory practices are eliminated in all acts related to school activity or school attendance within a school under the jurisdiction of the superintendent of the school district.

The District requires that school personnel take immediate steps to intervene when it is safe to do so and when he or she witnesses an act of discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying.

Food Faire - March 24 & 25

Have fun and eat up! View a list of food items available each day.