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  • WHS Students Travel to Canada
    Windsor High School teachers Ms. Hunter & Mrs. Gutierrez traveled with 13 students to Canada for 5 days during April break.

    In Quebec, students saw the Château Frontenac, the Citadelle, the Plains of Abraham battlefield, Montmorency Falls & experience a traditional Canadian dinner at a Sugar Shack where maple syrup is made.

    In Montreal, students visited the underground mall, Notre Dame Basilica, the Museum of Archaeology, the Montreal Science Center, Olympic Park where the 1976 Olympics were held, and experience the ambiance of a European city in Old Montreal.
  • WHS Music Department Music Festival Awards
    Congratulations to our Windsor High School Music Department for participating in the Music Showcase Festival in Virginia Beach, VA! The students worked very hard preparing for this event and the following are the awards received:

    Symphonic Band-1st Place with a rating of Excellent
    Strings- 1st Place with a rating of Excellent
    Combined Mix Choir- 1st Place with a rating of Superior
    Honors Chorale- 1st Place with a rating of Excellent
    Gospel Choir- 1st Place with a rating of Superior
    Gospel Choir received the Overall Choir Award

    Solo awards received:
    Myles Tate-Alsgaard- String Bass Solo Award
    Kayla Rush- Outstanding Soprano Soloist Awards
    Emily Meyers- Outstanding Soprano Soloist Award
    Xavier McGeorge- Outstanding Choir Accompanist Award
Mr. Osunde Gets Pied for a Good Cause
  • Students Take Part in "It's On Us" Campaign as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month
    Windsor High School took part in their first annual "It's On Us" campaign as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. During lunch, students had the opportunity to join the movement by taking the pledge online and including their name on a banner to commit to helping create a culture of consent, bystander intervention and survivor support.

    The school community participated in Denim Day to wear jeans with a purpose and educate themselves about sexual assault. Staff that participated raised money for the YWCA of New Britain, who provide support services to students that have been sexually assaulted.

    Students also painted the rock outside the high school as part of the "It's On Us" campaign. Teal flags were set up in the shape of ribbons near the rock, the red tile entrance and the Windsor High sign to raise awareness.
Windsor High School Graduation: June 13
Windsor High School Graduation for the Class of 2018 will be on Wednesday, June 13, 2018, 6:30 PM, The Bushnell, Hartford, CT
  • 2018 WHS Poetry Out Loud Final
    ​The 11th annual Windsor High Poetry Out Loud Final was held on Wednesday, January 24th. Junior Madelon Morin-Viall took first place to become the 2018 WHS Poetry Out Loud School Champion. This is Maddie’s second consecutive win​.​ Second Place was awarded to sophomore Amari Jones. Rounding out the Top Five were Zoe Gosselin (grade 11), Yasmine Cruz (grade 9), and Athena Camacho (grade 10). Seventeen students performed poems by published poets ranging from Robert Frost to Agha Shahid Ali.

    Now in its twelfth year nationally, Poetry Out Loud is an exciting program, presented by The Poetry Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, and various State Arts Agencies, which “invites the dynamic aspects of slam poetry, spoken word, and theater into the English class” (PoetryOutLoud.org). The program helps students master public speaking skills, build self-confidence, and learn about their literary heritage.​ ​Windsor High School has participated in Poetry Out Loud since 2008 and is one of the longest-running participant schools in the state.

    Maddie will represent Windsor High at the State Finals on March 3rd at Manchester Community College. This event is open to the public.
  • WHS Art Students Take Home Gold at Regional Competition
    Four Windsor High School Art Students have been recognized by the 2018 Connecticut Scholastic Art Awards out of more than 3,000 entries from across Connecticut.

    Joshua Webster, sophomore, is among those receiving an honorable mention for his expressive sculptural work. Sophie Groenstein, senior, has been recognized with a Gold Key Award for her illustrative text piece championing women's rights. Jaime Alphonso, senior, received a Gold Key Award for her Illustration Portfolio that examines both the influence of literary characters on human development and re-imagines traditional characters through the eyes of her peers. Finally, Grace Birch, senior, has been recognized with a Gold Key Award for her Digital Imaging Portfolio celebrating the beautiful diversity she has been shaped by growing up in Windsor. Grace has also received both the Hartford Art School Scholarship and the Lyme Academy of Fine Art Scholarship.

    Judges have selected approximately 500 student pieces to go on display at the Silpe Gallery at Hartford Art School on the University of Hartford Campus. An awards ceremony will take place Sunday January 28, 2018 where both Jaime and Grace will be among those recognized for their portfolio work. The exhibit runs from January 14 - February 2, 2018 and is open Monday through Friday 9am-4pm and weekends from 12:00-4:00pm.

    The 29th annual Connecticut Regional Scholastic Art Awards is the largest juried student art exhibition in the state. It is a high level exhibition. As an affiliate of the National Scholastic Art Awards and The Alliance For Young Artists and Writers, the Connecticut region is proud to continue an annual tradition established in 1927. This national program was originated to honor the creative efforts of grade 7 to 12 students in public, private and parochial schools. It is now the largest and most senior program of its type in the country. Following the close of the Connecticut Regional exhibit, the select Gold Key award winners, which include Sophie Groenstein, Jaime Alphonso and Grace Birch from Windsor High School, will have their artwork reviewed by a blue ribbon panel of judges at the National level in March. The National Jury will select "Gold Medal" National winners and call in their artwork to be exhibited in New York City during June. The National student awards ceremony will be held at Carnegie Hall in mid- June. Selected students will receive an invitation to this National event.
  • WHS Scholastic Art Winners 2018
  • Grace Birch Digital Image Artwork
  • Jaime Alphonso Illustration
  • Joshua Webster Artwork
  • Sophie Groenstein Artwork
PSA Regarding Tardy Consequences and Cell Phone Violation Policy
  • The WHS Art Department thanks community for support
    The Windsor High School Art Department would like to thank the community for supporting their fundraisers and helping to make a special trip possible for our students.​ ​

    On December 14, the W​indsor High School Art students braved a snowstorm to visit New York City and ​visit world renowned artist Yayoi Kusama's exhibit titled "Festival of Life" at the David Zwirner Galleries.​ ​Ms. Kusama is considered to be among the most important living artists of our time, her work speaks to themes that run through many of our district art curriculums.​ ​Before attending, students studied her life and work, as well as designed their own collaborative exhibits.​ ​Since returning, students have used the sketches they made on the trip and written reflections they made about her work to inspire their own current ​artwork. ​
    We invite the community to join us in the spring when our students will present their inspired works at our annual Juried Student Art Show in the Windsor High School Library on Wednesday May 30, 2018 at 7​ p.m.
  • We invite the community to join us in the spring when our students will present their inspired works at our annual Juried Student Art Show in the Windsor High School Library on Wednesday May 30, 2018 at 7​ p.m.
  • WHS Veterans Day Tribute
    WHS Veterans Day Tribute
    Welcome and Introductions
    Mr. Uyi Osunde
    Principal, Windsor High School
  • Color Guard: Presentation of the Colors
    The WHS Air Force JROTC
    Led by Senior Master Sergeant, Retired, USAF Michael Cross

    National Anthem
    WHS Teens of Praise Gospel Choir
    Directed by Ms. Tracee White
  • Presentation of Diploma to Bruce Francis Putinas
    1st Class Petty Officer, Retired, U.S. Navy
    Dr. Craig Cooke
    Superintendent, Windsor Public Schools
  • Presentation of Diploma to Bruce Francis Putinas
    1st Class Petty Officer, Retired, U.S. Navy
  • Presentation of Diploma to Bruce Francis Putinas
    1st Class Petty Officer, Retired, U.S. Navy
  • Presentation of Diploma to Bruce Francis Putinas
    1st Class Petty Officer, Retired, U.S. Navy
  • "We Honor You”
    Written by Roger Emerson
    WHS Choral Department Combined Choirs
    Directed by Ms. Tracee White

    “America the Beautiful”
    Written by K. Bates and S. Ward, Arranged by Mississippi Mass Choir
    WHS Choral Department Combined Choirs
    Guest Soloist Nekita Waller, WHS Class of ‘97
    Directed by Ms. Tracee White
  • Presentation of Diploma to Bruce Francis Putinas
    1st Class Petty Officer, Retired, U.S. Navy
  • Mr. Terrell Hill
    Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources
    and former Specialist, U.S. Army
  • Service Themes: A Medley
    WHS Band
    Directed by Ms. Rebecca Bernardo
    Veterans are asked to stand when their theme is played
  • Service Themes: A Medley
    WHS Band
    Directed by Ms. Rebecca Bernardo
    Veterans are asked to stand when their theme is played
WHS Student Produces Video For Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month
Each year, ovarian cancer kills 14,000 women in the US alone. Due to the lack of early detection methods, most women are diagnosed in later stages when the tumor is much harder to treat.

In honor of September being Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, Windsor High School student Khaleel Rahman produced a video about the most common type of ovarian cancer.

Link to video: https://youtu.be/Whuz7JFQmQc
Archive
  • 11th Annual Poetry Out Loud Final to be Held January 24
  • Black History Month Scavenger Hunt: Follow WHSCT_History on Twitter
  • WHS Senior Selected as a 2018 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist
    WHS Senior Selected as a 2018 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist
  • January Rotary Club Student of the Month
    January Rotary Club Student of the Month
  • SpeedPass Summer Transition Program
    SpeedPass Summer Transition Program
  • October Rotary Student of the Month
    October Rotary Student of the Month
  • November Rotary Student of the Month
    November Rotary Student of the Month
  • National Letter of Intent Signing Day
    National Letter of Intent Signing Day
  • Exchange Club of Windsor Honors WHS student with A.C.E. Award
    Exchange Club of Windsor Honors WHS student with A.C.E. Award
  • "A Day In May"
    "A Day In May"
  • The S.T.E.A.M Guitar Project
    The S.T.E.A.M Guitar Project
  • WHS Electrathon Earns Third Place at CT Electrathon Challenge
    WHS Electrathon Earns Third Place at CT Electrathon Challenge
  • Students Inducted into the French, Latin & Spanish Honor Societies
    Students Inducted into the French, Latin & Spanish Honor Societies
  • Four WHS Scholar-Athletes Announce Their Colleges
    Four WHS Scholar-Athletes Announce Their Colleges
  • WHS CAPSS Student Leadership Award Recipients
    WHS CAPSS Student Leadership Award Recipients
  • Students: How to connect with your Chromebook outside of school
  • May Rotary Student of the Month
    May Rotary Student of the Month
  • 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
  • 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
  • Calling All Windsor Men: Friday Sept 15
  • Calling All Windsor Women: Friday, Sept. 29
  • College Fair: Oct 17
  • Community & Family Engagement Event
  • Family PEP Rally, Fri., 11/4. Register by 11/1
  • Internet Safety Presentation for Families Grades 5-12 on February 22
  • It's time to sign up for Parent Conferences, Thurs., Oct. 20.
  • Layers of Home Student Art Exhibit Opening Reception: Jan 25
  • Manufacturing Program Receives Grant from Gene Haas Foundation
  • 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
  • The Musical Gift of Giving: Thurs. Dec. 7
  • 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 First Quarter Honor Roll 2017-2018
  • WHS Fourth Quarter Honor Roll 2016-17
  • WHS Future Students Night - November 10
  • WHS German Foreign Exchange Concert: Sat. Oct. 28
  • WHS Juried Student Art Show: May 31
  • WHS Open House is Thursday, Sept. 8
  • WHS Second Quarter Honor Roll 2016-17
  • WHS Senior Jordan Tyburski Named National Merit Scholarship Finalist
  • WHS Seniors Receive Volunteer Service Awards
  • WHS Seniors Recognized at the 2017 CT Regional Scholastic Art Awards
  • WHS Student Sharon Spaulding Recognized as a CT Governor's Scholar
  • WHS Third Quarter Honor Roll 2016-17
  • WHS Video Productions Program Wins National NASA HUNCH Video Challenge
  • Windsor High School Class of 2017 Top Scholars
  • Windsor High School Welcomes New Assistant Principals
  • Windsor Students Receive CABE Student Leadership Awards
    Windsor Students Receive CABE Student Leadership Awards
  • February Rotary Club Student of the Month
    February Rotary Club Student of the Month
  • Seniors: Local scholarships due April 2
  • Teacher Dare Fundraiser: March 19-23
  • WHS Second Quarter Honor Roll 2017-2018
  • Youth Art Celebration March 5 - April 6