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Chairman Ed Higgins presents Wilmington Early College
Principal Regina Wooten with an award for
achieving 96.5% Graduation Rate


Graduation Rate Award

NSHSS Park Semi-Finalist


 

GO WECHS!!!
  • Wilmington Early College students participated in the 37th Annual High School Mathematics Contest held at UNCW and brought home the 3rd place team prize for Division II. Ms. Newman is their advisor.
  • Third Place Prize-Division II Third Place Prize-Division II
  • Our WECHS Southern Bell-Azalea Festival Our WECHS Southern Bell-Azalea Festival
  • 2016 FBLA State Leadership Competitions 2016 FBLA State Leadership Competitions
  • 1st Place in Network Design at FBLA State Competition 1st Place in Network Design at FBLA State Competition
  • 3rd in Music Composition-State level of the Reflections Contest 3rd in Music Composition-State level of the Reflections Contest
  • 3rd place in Public Service Announcement during the FBLA state competition 3rd place in Public Service Announcement during the FBLA state competition
  • 9th grade Campus Visit @UNCW 9th grade Campus Visit @UNCW
  • 10th grade Campus Visit @Fayetteville State University 10th grade Campus Visit @Fayetteville State University
     
 
3rd Place Math Team
Division II Winners / Student Southern Belle/
FBLA Regional Winners / PTSA Reflections Winner / FBLA Regional Winner/Field Trip-9th Grade-UNCW/Field Trip-10th Grade-FSU/Math Competition Winners / FBLA Fashion Show and Speaker / Rachel's Challenge / Night of the Arts Talent / Soil Demos / Thanksgiving Food Drive / Recycled Items Project / Ugly Sweater Day
 
 
   
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2014-15 Student Handbook  
Health For Teens - JUMP ON TOP OF YOUR HEALTH  
new  newsletterWECHS PTSA Membership Form   new  newsletter2016-2017 Shuttle Schedule-revised-1/6/17
 
2016-17 Graduation Project Oral Presesntation Dates  
Revised Graduation Project Handbook   Credit by Demonstrated Mastery (CDM) Update
BYOD Network Information   Duke Youth Programs
West Teaching Scholarship at the Catawba College   COUNSELOR'S NEWS-SCHOLARSHIPS
Academy for Teaching - Catawba College Brochure   College Prep Scholars Program Brochure and Flyer
WECHS STEP TEAM VIDEO-click & see bottom of page   new  newsletter2016 LIU Summer Honors Institute
new  newsletter2017-18 Student Laptop Survey   2015-16 National Honor Society Application
new  newsletterNCVPS Student Coursework Application for School Year 2016 - 2017 & Summer 2016 new  newsletterUNCW's Youth Entrepreneurship Program

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Wilmington Early College High School emphasizes personal, academic and social growth by:

  • Offering individualized attention
  • Addressing multiple learning styles
  • Supporting academic acceleration through a structured tutorial program
  • Encouraging life-long learning
  • Expanding social development through school, community   college, and community mentors
  • Exposing students to work-based experiential learning
  • Providing the opportunity to earn an Associate Degree in Arts or Science that is transferable to a university

VIDEO - WECHS: Two Degrees - A World of Choices

VIDEO - WECHS-2014-15: Why Choose an Early College

FAST FACTS 2014-15 - WECHS: College & Career Ready

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2016 - 2017 Calendar Information

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN-2014-17

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In compliance with Federal law, including Section 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act and the provisions of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, New Hanover County Schools administers all state-operated educational programs, employment activities, and admissions without discrimination because of disability, race, religion, national, or ethnic origin, color, age, military service, or gender except where exemption is appropriate and allowed by law. To file a complaint of discrimination, contact:
Dr. Rick Holliday, Deputy Superintendent, Student Support and Federal Programs, 6410 Carolina Beach Road, Wilmington, NC 28412, Telephone (910) 254-4206; Fax (910) 254-4226.

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