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  • WHS Senior Selected as a 2018 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist
    Windsor High School senior Ava Peters has been selected as a 2018 National Merit®Scholarship Semifinalist. Approximately 16,000 Semifinalists have been announced in the 63rd annual National Merit Scholarship Program. These academically talented high school seniors have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $32 million that will be offered next spring. To be considered for a Merit Scholarship award, Semifinalists must fulfill several requirements to advance to the Finalist level of the competition. About 90 percent of the Semifinalists are expected to attain Finalist standing, and about half of the Finalists will win a National Merit Scholarship, earning the Merit Scholar title.

    ​National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), ​a not-for-profit organization that operates without government assistance, was established in 1955 specifically to conduct the annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Scholarships are underwritten by NMSC with its own funds and by approximately 420 business organizations and higher education institutions that share NMSC's goals of honoring the nation's scholastic champions and encouraging the pursuit of academic excellence.
  • Pictured (L-R) - Carol Normoyle (Windsor High School Counselor), Eva Peters (Windsor High School Senior, Uyi Osunde (Windsor High School Principal)
January Rotary Club Student of the Month
January Rotary Club Student of the Month
Windsor High School student Teyonna Campbell is the recipient for January's Rotary Club Student of the Month.
  • 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!
October Rotary Student of the Month
October Rotary Student of the Month
Julia Gamache is the October Rotary Club student of the Month. Pictured with Dr. Brase and Ms. Leroux.
November Rotary Student of the Month
November Rotary Student of the Month
Windsor High School student Abigail Butterick is the Rotary Club Student of the Month for November. She was honored for her numerous contributions to the Windsor High School Community.
  • 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
  • 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)
  • "A Day In May"
    "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.
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  • 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
  • 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
  • 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)
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.
  • May Rotary Student of the Month
    Congratulations to Jamie Tynan who was selected as the May Rotary Student of the Month for Windsor High School.
  • Jamie is pictured with her parents, brother and Major Spear.
  • Rotary Student of the Month - Marissa Ellison
    Congratulations to Marissa Ellison, selected as the Rotary Student of the Month for Windsor High School!
  • Pictured with her mother and guidance counselor Nicole Fernald.
  • WHS GoBabyGo Event - November 12, 2016
    Windsor High School held a ​​GoBabyGo event on November 12, 2016 at the high school. The event provided children with mobility issues the opportunity to drive their new race cars designed by collaborative teams consisting of WHS STEM Warriors, Sage Park students, Central Connecticut Sate University faculty/students, and representatives from local businesses with expertise in design and engineering.

    To learn more about this program please click the link below:
    http://bit.ly/WHS_GoBabyGoBrochure
Windsor High School Parent / Teacher Conferences: March 16
To sign up please visit: www.myconferencetime.com/windsorhs.

Letter to families: http://bit.ly/WHS_ParentTeacherConferences

If you are unable to sign up, please call Windsor High School for assistance at 860-687-2020.
  • Windsor High School Contributes to Windsor Food & Fuel Bank
    Windsor High School joined together to raise funds for the​ ​Windsor Food and Fuel Bank.

    Last Friday (11/18), the Warrior Wake Up Cafe contributed all of their proceeds ($102) and​ ​the student run video production company​ ​Warrior Productions​ ​contributed $100 in matching funds. Staff paid $5 for two dress down days and were generous in their contributions. Non-perishable food items and diapers were collected as well.

    A car load of food and a check for $805.25 was donated on behalf of Windsor High School.
  • Windsor High School Contributes to Windsor Food & Fuel Bank
  • Windsor High School Contributes to Windsor Food & Fuel Bank
  • Windsor High School Contributes to Windsor Food & Fuel Bank
  • Windsor High School Contributes to Windsor Food & Fuel Bank
  • 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
    Please click the link below to read an article from the Hartford Courant about Windsor Vice Principal Carol Szulc who is retiring after 40 years as a Windsor Public Schools educator:

    Hartford Courant:
    http://cour.at/2gFXPPo
  • Windsor High School Vice Principal Carol Szulc Retires After 40 Years
  • April Rotary Student of the Month
    Congratulations to Rhiannon Kiersznowski who was selected as the April Rotary Student of the Month for Windsor High School.
  • Rhiannon is pictured with Math Teacher Andrea Kay who nominated her because of her strong dedication to community service and academics.
Fundraiser to Support the Class of 2020
Support the Windsor High School Freshman Class of 2020 and join us at the Hartford Wolfpack game at the XL Center on Friday 3/31!

This event is open to the public. Tickets are $15.

To purchase tickets: https://xlcenter.formstack.com/forms/windsorhighschool
  • High School Students Showcase Electives to Middle School Students
    Windsor High School students shared their experiences with Sage Park Middle School students and showcased electives available at the high school.

    Sage Park students had the opportunity to ask questions and interact with the students from the high school.
  • High School Students Showcase Electives to Middle School Students
  • High School Students Showcase Electives to Middle School Students
  • High School Students Showcase Electives to Middle School Students
  • High School Students Showcase Electives to Middle School Students
  • High School Students Showcase Electives to Middle School Students
  • 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
    Check out Windsor High School Principal Mr. Osunde and student Cassie Okeke featured on FOX 61 to discuss the importance of Black History Month!

    Link to video: https://youtu.be/KGFI2H6J_Eo

    WHS Black History Month Event Series details: http://bit.ly/WHSblackhistorymonth
Class Registration Full For SAT PREP Class; Sign up on Waiting List
Class registration is full for the Princeton Review SAT PREP Class.

We encourage you to contact Allyson Vecchiarelli at 860-687-2020 ext. 307 or avecchiarelli@windsorct.org to sign up on the waiting list.
  • Rotary Student of the Month - Angel Mitto
    Congratulations to Angel Mitto, selected as the Rotary Student of the Month for Windsor High School! Angel was recognized at the Rotary Club breakfast on Thursday, 12/1, with her mom, Ms. Mitto, her school counselor, Ms. Wallace, and Mr. Scott.
  • Rotary Student of the Month - Angel Mitto
  • Rotary Student of the Month - Angel Mitto
  • WHS Girl's Bball Team Invites All Female Students To
    The Windsor High School Girl's Basketball team is honoring all the young ladies in the district by inviting them to a Girl’s Night Out! Any female student is encouraged to attend the first game of the season on December 12th at 6:45 p.m., FREE of charge.

    On this same evening, the Windsor High School Leadership Council and the Big Sister Mentoring Program will begin promoting their "I Play Like A Girl" campaign. We are learning that our female youth are dropping out of sports at an alarming rate across the country. As a district, we are encouraging our youth to continue to play sports as well as making them aware of all of the benefits that are gained from participation in sports. All female youth in attendance at the game will be recognized and will have the opportunity to meet our wonderful female athletes from Windsor High School.

    Please show your school spirit by wearing your school shirt. We hope to see you there!

    If you have any questions please feel free to contact Kendrick Moore at 860.713.9957 or via email at kemoore@windsorct.org.
  • WHS GoBabyGo Event Details - November 12
    On Saturday, 11/12 at 10:00 a.m., children with mobility issues will get to meet the teams that built them customized race cars. Collaborative teams consist of members of STEM Warriors, Sage Park students, CCSU faculty and students, and representatives from local businesses with design and engineering expertise.

    Contact John Reinwald, 860-687-2020, x560 or Deb Maccarone, x332 for more information.
  • WPS Office of Family and Community Partnership Family Pep Rally at WHS
    The Windsor Public Schools Office of Family and Community Partnership hosted a Family PEP Rally prior to the South Windsor vs Windsor Football game on November 4th!

    Families enjoyed great food, activities and a PEP rally with the WHS Cheerleaders prior to the game.

    Thank you to everyone who attended!
  • WPS Office of Family and Community Partnership Family Pep Rally prior to the South Windsor vs Windsor Football game on November 4th!
  • WPS Office of Family and Community Partnership Family Pep Rally prior to the South Windsor vs Windsor Football game on November 4th!
  • WPS Office of Family and Community Partnership Family Pep Rally prior to the South Windsor vs Windsor Football game on November 4th!
  • WPS Office of Family and Community Partnership Family Pep Rally prior to the South Windsor vs Windsor Football game on November 4th!
  • WPS Office of Family and Community Partnership Family Pep Rally prior to the South Windsor vs Windsor Football game on November 4th!
  • WPS Office of Family and Community Partnership Family Pep Rally prior to the South Windsor vs Windsor Football game on November 4th!
  • WPS Office of Family and Community Partnership Family Pep Rally prior to the South Windsor vs Windsor Football game on November 4th!
  • WPS Office of Family and Community Partnership Family Pep Rally prior to the South Windsor vs Windsor Football game on November 4th!
Veterans Day (11/11) Activities at WHS
9:15 am to approx. 10:00 am. Windsor High School will honor veterans with a ceremony in Windsor High School’s auditorium. The ceremony will feature speakers, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Craig Cooke and Principal Uyi Osunde, as well as the ROTC color guard, the high school bands and choral groups, and a presentation on Medal of Honor winners by Rho Kappa, the National Social Studies Honor Society at the High School. There will also be a “living museum” of local veterans on display throughout the lobby and other bulletin boards. Weather permitting, the Rho Kappa students will place gold stars on the school lawn. Each star represents a local veteran who is buried in a Windsor cemetery; there are more than 3000 of them created by Windsor students and faculty. The event was organized and planned by the Social Studies and History Department. The event is free, the public is invited, and will be later televised on WIN-TV, courtesy of the high school’s tv production studio.

Windsor High School, 50 Sage Park Rd., 860-687-2020
  • WHS Alumni Chris Baker and Ryan Delaire Give Back at Youth Football Camp
    Windsor High School alumni Chris Baker from the Washington Redskins and Ryan Delaire from the Carolina Panthers returned to their hometown this weekend to share their stories at the Chris Baker free youth football camp that took place at Windsor High School!

    Thank you for giving back to the community and inspiring Windsor's youth!

    Photo Credit: Patrick Daly (2004 WHS graduate)

    VIDEO: http://fox61.com/…/redskins-defensive-end-hosts-youth-foot…/ via FOX 61
  • Windsor High School alumni Chris Baker from the Washington Redskins
  • Windsor High School alumni Ryan Delaire from the Carolina Panthers
  • Windsor High School alumni Ryan Delaire from the Carolina Panthers
  • 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
February Rotary Club Student of the Month
February Rotary Club Student of the Month
Amaya Harris is winner of the Rotary Club student of the month. She is pictured with her school counselor Kallie Sullivan
  • 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
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
WHS Manufacturing Program Receives Grant from Gene Haas Foundation
WHS Manufacturing Program Receives Grant from Gene Haas Foundation
Windsor Public Schools has been awarded an $8,000 grant from the Gene Haas Foundation for scholarships for seniors that plan to continue their education in mechanical engineering or manufacturing.

It has also allowed Windsor Public Schools to train two teachers to become NIMS (National Institute for Metalworking Skills) certified, and in turn be able to offer NIMS credentials to students.

Photo (L-R): Lorraine Palmer, (Gene Haas Foundation), Matt Dadona (Director of Information, Technology and Career and Technical Education, Windsor Public Schools)
  • 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
  • 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 Gospel Choir Receives 2018 Grand Sweepstakes Award
WHS Gospel Choir Receives 2018 Grand Sweepstakes Award
Congratulations to our Windsor High School Gospel Choir for receiving the 2018 Grand Sweepstakes Award for their participation in the 2018 Music Showcase Festivals in Virginia Beach, VA!

This award is given to the highest scoring ensemble from the festival locations that have more than one date. The WHS Gospel Choir received the highest score out of all of the choirs that performed in Virginia Beach.
  • Students Take Part in
    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.
  • 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 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
  • 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 Enters 3D Printed Guitar into International Competition; Places 2nd at Regional Level
    WHS Student Enters 3D Printed Guitar into International Competition; Places 2nd at Regional Level
    After taking the Windsor High School STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) Guitar class last year, senior Aura Sofia Cardona (Sofia) is challenging herself in her independent study by entering into the International Stratasys Extreme-Redesign Challenge 2018. She competed in the regional competition on Thursday, May 3, 2018 at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, Massachusetts, and placed second for her 3D printed electric guitar that she designed and constructed.

    Sofia and her teacher, Dustin Ri​cci, brainstormed how to design a guitar that could be 3D printed. 3D printing a working guitar body is a challenge for several reasons; it is an engineering project as well as a reverse engineering project. Reverse engineering the guitar required Sofia to take hundreds of measurements of the guitar body, the neck pocket and neck mounting holes, the pick-up pockets and mounting holes, the bridge and bridge mounting holes just to name a few. The measurements were then used to create a solid CAD model of a guitar body. From there, Sofia designed the aesthetics and functionality of the guitar. She removed material to make the honeycomb design and removed material for the arm and belly cut so the guitar will be comfortable to play.

    The completed guitar will be on display after the WHS Fashion Show at the Art show in the WHS Library Media Center on May 30, 2018 beginning at 6:00 p.m.
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