• SpeedPass Summer Transition Program
    SpeedPass Summer Transition Program
    Windsor High School hosted a SpeedPass summer transition program for incoming Freshman including tours, small group sessions and more!
  • Windsor High School hosted a SpeedPass summer transition program for incoming Freshman including tours, small group sessions and more!
  • Windsor High School hosted a SpeedPass summer transition program for incoming Freshman including tours, small group sessions and more!
  • The S.T.E.A.M Guitar Project
    This entry-level course links S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) concepts and manufacturing principles together, culminating in a product – a custom-made electric guitar. Each student enrolled in this class will build their own customized electric guitar as they are introduced to all that the Technology Education department has to offer. Students will spend time in the CAD (computer aided design) lab, Wood Shop, Manufacturing lab, Automotive shop, Graphics lab and Video Production studio as they build and customize their guitars. The Art studio then will be used to produce custom finishes. Finally, there will be time allotted to learn how to play the instrument. Students who enroll should have a strong interest in math, science and technology. The Art studio then will be used to produce custom finishes. Finally, there will be time allotted to learn how to play the instrument. Students who enroll should have a strong interest in math, science and technology.
  • WHS Electrathon Earns Third Place at CT Electrathon Challenge
    The Windsor High School Electrathon competed in the CT Electrathon Challenge last week at Lime Rock Park. Their vehicle powered by two car batteries ran for an hour, completed 47 laps which earned them a third place finish out of 35 vehicles participating. It was also a personal best for the team.

    Learn more: https://ctelectrathon.org/
  • Students Inducted into the French, Latin & Spanish Honor Societies
    Several Windsor High School students were inducted into the French, Latin & Spanish Honor Societies and are now members of the following prestigious honor societies:

    La Société Honoraire de Français
    Advisors: Dawn Hunter & Gustave Afantchao
    Inductees: Grace Birch, Sharon Spaulding
    Latin Honor Society
    Advisor: Joanna Marcisz
    Inductees: Matthew Blackwood, Lauren Gilligan, Hailey Gudrian
    La Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica
    Advisors: Blanca Jaramillo & Chiara Simoni
    Inductees: Gabrielle Bouchard, Emily Bowmar, Kailey Carpenter Sabrina Crispim, Xaviera Davis, Elizabeth Falk, Laura Falk Kaylee Grace, Sophie Groenstein, Victoria Hallowell, Janaiyah Hardy, Matthew Haynes, Sean Higgins, Jordan Irizarry, Dylana Lee Laura López, Isabella Lugo, Marcus Manson, Camille McHenry Emily Meyers, Talyia Oswecki, Ava Peters, Rebeca Romero Tatiana Smith, Alexandra Stechschulte, Vanesa Vumback, Alexis Walker, Chardinea Wallace
  • La Société Honoraire de Français
    La Société Honoraire de Français
    La Société Honoraire de Français
    Advisors: Dawn Hunter & Gustave Afantchao
    Inductees: Grace Birch, Sharon Spaulding
  • Latin Honor Society
    Latin Honor Society
    Latin Honor Society
    Advisor: Joanna Marcisz
    Inductees: Matthew Blackwood, Lauren Gilligan, Hailey Gudrian
  • La Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica
    La Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica
    La Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica
    Advisors: Blanca Jaramillo & Chiara Simoni
    Inductees: Gabrielle Bouchard, Emily Bowmar, Kailey Carpenter Sabrina Crispim, Xaviera Davis, Elizabeth Falk, Laura Falk Kaylee Grace, Sophie Groenstein, Victoria Hallowell, Janaiyah Hardy, Matthew Haynes, Sean Higgins, Jordan Irizarry, Dylana Lee Laura López, Isabella Lugo, Marcus Manson, Camille McHenry Emily Meyers, Talyia Oswecki, Ava Peters, Rebeca Romero Tatiana Smith, Alexandra Stechschulte, Vanesa Vumback, Alexis Walker, Chardinea Wallace
  • "A Day In May" at Windsor High School​
    "A Day In May" at Windsor High School​ was a huge success! Families had the opportunity to learn about the comprehensive nature of the school and meet the staff and administrators.
    Academic and extracurricular programs were on display including Athletics, JROTC, TV Production, Electrathon, GoBabyGo, NASA HUNCH etc.
  • Four WHS Scholar-Athletes Announce Their Colleges
    Congratulations to our Windsor High School student athletes for signing their national letters of intent:

    Amanda Brown (Women's Lacrosse) - Niagara University (Division I)

    Brittany Brown (Women's Track) - University of Hartford (Division I)

    Carrisa Brown (Women's Lacrosse) - Central Connecticut State University (Division I)

    Andrew Pinto (Men's Soccer) - American International College (Division II)

    Fun fact - the three Brown sisters are triplets and all signed with Division I schools.
  • Four WHS Scholar-Athletes Announce Their Colleges
  • Four WHS Scholar-Athletes Announce Their Colleges
  • Four WHS Scholar-Athletes Announce Their Colleges
  • Four WHS Scholar-Athletes Announce Their Colleges
  • Exchange Club of Windsor Honors WHS student with A.C.E. Award
    Windsor High School graduating senior Brianna Suydam was honored by the Exchange Club of Windsor with their annual A.C.E. Award and Scholarship on Wednesday, May 24th during an awards dinner at the Union Street Tavern.

    A.C.E. stands for Accepting the Challenge of Excellence. This program recognizes high school students who have overcome adversities and challenges during their life in the midst of earning their high school diploma and preparing for graduation. Brianna will be attending the International Institute of Cosmetology next year to pursue a career in this field.
  • L-R: Kristina Wallace (WHS School Counselor), Brianna Suydam (WHS Student), Joyce Ward (Grandmother)
  • National Letter of Intent Signing Day
    Congratulations to our Windsor Warriors for signing their National Letter of Intent's to play college football!

    We are proud of our student athletes and wish them the best of luck at their chosen schools!

    Jason Pinnock - University of Pittsburgh

    Isaiah Huff - Hampton University

    DeAndre Cassanova - American International College

    T.J. Gardner- University of Connecticut

    Jahkari Grant - University of Rhode Island
  • WHS CAPSS Student Leadership Award Recipients
    Windsor Public Schools ​is pleased to announce the recipients of the CAPSS (CT Association of Public School Superintendent's) Student Leadership Awards for Windsor High School and Sage Park Middle School. The CAPSS Superintendent's Student Leadership Awards are based on community service and service to others, academic prowess (relative to ability), and leadership service to the school community.

    Dr. Craig Cooke, Superintendent of Schools, along with Cristina Santos, Board of Education President, Windsor High School Principal Uyi Osunde and Sage Park Middle School Principal Paul Cavaliere presented the recipients with their awards on November 15, 2016 at the Windsor Town Hall. These awards recognize the following students who have served their schools and communities while maintaining good scholastic progress.

    The Windsor High School CAPSS Student Leadership Award recipients are Jordan Tyburski (Academic Excellence), Amani Jorgensen (Leadership), and Raymond Sanderson (Community Service).

    ​The Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents (CAPSS) is an organization that represents all of the superintendents and leaders of public schools in Connecticut. Their mission is to lead the continuous improvement of public education for all students by advocating public policy and developing and supporting executive school leaders.
  • Windsor High School CAPSS Student Leadership Award recipient Jordan Tyburski (Academic Excellence)
  • Windsor High School CAPSS Student Leadership Award recipient Amani Jorgensen (Leadership)
  • Windsor High School CAPSS Student Leadership Award recipient Raymond Sanderson (Community Service)
  • Windsor Students Receive CABE Student Leadership Awards
    Windsor High School students Gianna Wood, Kris Varholak and Sage Park Middle School students Anahilee Cauley, Evan Petkis were recently recognized by the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education (CABE) with Student Leadership Awards.

    Students are nominated to receive this award by their school principal. Students nominated should exhibit the following leadership skills:
    · Willingness to take on challenges
    · Capability to make difficult decisions
    · Concern for others
    · Ability to work with others
    · Willingness to commit to a project
    · Diplomacy
    · Ability to understand issues clearly
    · Ability to honor a commitment

    Superintendent Dr. Craig Cooke, BOE Vice President Leonard Lockhart, Windsor High School Principal Uyi Osunde, and Sage Park Middle School Principal Paul Cavaliere posed with each student along with their families at the May 16th Board of Education meeting.
  • Anahilee Cauley
  • Evan Petkis
  • Gianna Wood
  • Kris Varholak
Archive
  • Black History Month Scavenger Hunt: Follow WHSCT_History on Twitter
  • WHS Alumni Chris Baker and Ryan Delaire Give Back at Youth Football Camp
    WHS Alumni Chris Baker and Ryan Delaire Give Back at Youth Football Camp
  • Rotary Student of the Month - Marissa Ellison
    Rotary Student of the Month - Marissa Ellison
  • WHS GoBabyGo Event - November 12, 2016
    WHS GoBabyGo Event - November 12, 2016
  • Tues., Oct. 25 College Fair for all students & families
    Tues., Oct. 25 College Fair for all students & families
  • Windsor High School Parent / Teacher Conferences: March 16
  • Windsor High School Contributes to Windsor Food & Fuel Bank
    Windsor High School Contributes to Windsor Food & Fuel Bank
  • Windsor Vice Principal Retires After 40 Years
    Windsor Vice Principal Retires After 40 Years
  • April Rotary Student of the Month
    April Rotary Student of the Month
  • Fundraiser to Support the Class of 2020
  • High School Students Showcase Electives to Middle School Students
    High School Students Showcase Electives to Middle School Students
  • WHS Featured on FOX 61 to Discuss Black History Month
    WHS Featured on FOX 61 to Discuss Black History Month
  • Class Registration Full For SAT PREP Class; Sign up on Waiting List
  • Rotary Student of the Month - Angel Mitto
    Rotary Student of the Month - Angel Mitto
  • WHS Girl's Bball Team Invites All Female Students To
    WHS Girl's Bball Team Invites All Female Students To
  • WHS GoBabyGo Event Details - November 12
    WHS GoBabyGo Event Details - November 12
  • WPS Office of Family and Community Partnership Family Pep Rally at WHS
    WPS Office of Family and Community Partnership Family Pep Rally at WHS
  • Veterans Day (11/11) Activities at WHS
  • May Rotary Student of the Month
    May Rotary Student of the Month
  • Community & Family Engagement Event
  • Family PEP Rally, Fri., 11/4. Register by 11/1
  • It's time to sign up for Parent Conferences, Thurs., Oct. 20.
  • NCAA Eligibility Night: March 28th
  • New Student Orientation for Freshmen & Parents
  • Parents: Sign up for My Student's Team due Fri., Sept. 30
  • Pre-AP Art Classes Exhibit
  • PSAT for Gr. 9, 10, 11 on Wed., Oct. 19
  • Senior Jordan Tyburski named 2017 National Merit Semifinalist
  • WHS Art Department Scholarship Fundraiser March 18-19
  • WHS Award-Winning Teens of Praise Gospel Choir: Live in Concert! March 31st
  • WHS Back To School Letter from Mr. Osunde
  • WHS Black History Month Event Series
  • WHS First Quarter Honor Roll 2016-17
  • WHS Future Students Night - November 10
  • WHS Juried Student Art Show: May 31
  • WHS Open House is Thursday, Sept. 8
  • WHS Second Quarter Honor Roll 2016-17
  • WHS Third Quarter Honor Roll 2016-17
Students: How to connect with your Chromebook outside of school
Here are some important bullet points:

-Log off (before leaving school, preferably)
-You will need to be patient (First logon attempt takes up to a few minutes)
-Log on offsite. When you log on, a new extension will be pushed out to the Chromebook. The Chromebook will not be able to connect until the extension gets to your device.
-On the first logon attempt you may be prompted to enter city. You actually have to enter our state: Connecticut.

Depending on the internet speed at your location this may take several minutes.

-Once you see what looks like a green power button in the upper right hand corner next to the address bar, the extension is installed.

After the extension successfully installs subsequent logons will be much quicker.

Again, thank you for your understanding and please reach out to us with questions.
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