Hello Wilson families, our annual Senior Awards event is Wednesday, June 7th at 6:00pm in the Wilson Stadium (Visitor/School side).  This evening is filled with scholarships, awards, and other distinguished recognitions.  Invitations will be sent home the end of May.  Questions, please contact the Student Support Center. 


SENIORS!  See you at our annual Senior Breakfast on Thursday, June 8th at 7:30am in the Quad.  Wear your jammies, slippers and robes (wear only appropriate clothing).  Bring your yearbooks and your appetites for a pancake breakfast with your friends.  You will pick up your cap & gowns from your counselors.  Still need a cap & gown? Come to the Media Center between 7:30-9:30am at Senior Breakfast.  GO BRUINS! 


Hello Wilson Families, our annual Baccalaureate since 1927 will be held on Sunday, June 11th at 3pm in the Wilson Quad.  Please join us for a lovely ceremony filled with class speakers, passing of the Senior Scroll, poems, our Wilson Choirs, and Wilson symphony.  It is a non-ticketed event.  Seniors are expected to wear their cap & gowns and honor apparel.  Cookies and punch will be served after the hour long ceremony. Seniors are to report to the Media Center at 2:15pm.   Questions, please call the Activities Office at x6912. 



Student Instructions for Registering for 2017 Fall Semester Ethnic Studies Class

In order to be considered for the considered for the CSULB Ethnic Studies class, students must complete the online registration form at:


CSULB Ethnic Studies







LBCC Early College Pathway Partnership Program Summer 2017


LBCC Early College Pathway Partnership Program Summer 2017


LBCC Early College Pathway Partnership Program Summer 2017


2017-2018 Programming/Registration Information

It’s time to register for the 2017–2018 school year! Like last year, Wilson’s registration is all online.


As you begin registration, it is important that you are serious about the choices you make.  The master schedule is constructed in response to student requests for specific classes.  Although every effort is made to meet student demand, some classes may not be available due to budget, staff, or facility limitations.

Registration Timeline and Process
January 31, 2017 - February 3, 2017

  1. Counselors will visit classrooms and go over the registration process with all students.  The Course Selection Sheet, will be handed out at this time for your review. 

9th Grade – English

10th Grade – World History

11th Grade – U.S. History

  1. Students who are interested in Advanced Placement (AP) classes must attend the AP Open House and complete the AP Passport.       
  2. The Elective Open House Fair will be held throughout the campus on Friday, Feb. 3, 2017.  Students will have 30 minutes before nutrition to visit classrooms and see elective classes in action (special bell schedule).
  3. Students may begin the online registration process once a counselor has visited their class.
  4. Students need to log-in to StudentVUE and proceed to the ‘Course Request Process’ on the right-hand side of the screen.

Course Selection Sheets:


10th Grade - Course Selection Sheet (Page 1, Page 2)


11th Grade - Course Selection Sheet (Page 1, Page 2)


12th Grade - Course Selection Sheet (Page 1Page 2)


LBUSD HS Course Selection Guide 15-16

We exist to support all Wilson students to develop academically, professionally, and personally by providing a comprehensive guidance program that identifies strengths, diagnoses weaknesses, and creates solutions so that Wilson students go on to lead successful adult lives.


Every student successfully completes high school and has post-secondary plans, is prepared to pursue them and knows what it takes to achieve them.


Student-centered equity and access, collaboration, communication and respect.

Re: SAT/PSAT, Wednesday, October 19, 2016, Testing Information

On Wednesday, October 19, 2016, Wilson High School will be observing a special schedule due to District-wide College Board testing.  Seniors will have an opportunity to take the SAT with Essay. All sophomores and juniors will be taking the PSAT/NMSQT and freshmen will be taking the PSAT 8/9.  This school day testing administration will be at NO COST to families.


This special testing day has been designated as a regular school day.  Seniors will either be scheduled to take a College Board test or take a college field trip. Please reference the document which outlines, in detail, the specifics by grade level for Wednesday, October 19, 2016.  Also, please note only period 3 and period 4 classes will meet on this day, there will be no zero period.


9th-11th Grade

All 9th, 10th, & 11th grade students are asked to report to their designated alpha-station testing room by 7:50 a.m. Please plan to be on time. Testing locations and times are scheduled as follows:  

  • 9th grade students are scheduled to test in Park Ave. and the 500 Building (Alpha Stations).  From 7:50 a.m. – 11:20 a.m. (3 hrs. 30 min.) 
  • 10th grade students are scheduled to test in the 200 – 400 Buildings (Alpha Stations).  From 7:50 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. (4hrs. 30 min.)
  • 11th grade students are scheduled to test in the 100 Buildings (Alpha Stations).  From 7:50 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. (4hrs. 30 min.)
  • 9th – 11th grade students with approved College Board accommodations will receive a letter indicating their testing location. 

As previously communicated, to prepare for this exam you can visit the following website:


12th Grade

All 12th grade students registered to take the SAT exam are asked to report to their alpha-station testing room at C-Side no later than 7:30 a.m.  Please plan to be on time!

  • Registered 12th grade students are scheduled to test at C-Side (Alpha Stations). From 7:30 a.m. - 12:50 p.m.
  • 12th grade students with approved College Board accommodations will receive a letter indicating their testing location. 

As previously communicated, to prepare for this exam you can visit the following website

All other 12th grade students who are NOT registered to take the SAT exam and requested to participate in the college field trip, please see below: 

  • Students that requested transportation must report to the front of the school auditorium on Ximeno by 7:50 am.
  • Signage will be adequately posted at the touring campus for students providing their own transportation.
  • All students are expected to return to Wilson High School at 11:45 a.m.

Please review the attached Alpha Station that corresponds to your grade level. It is very important for you to understand that your exact name will not appear on the Alpha Station list. Your last name will be between a set of last names.

If you have any questions regarding the SAT/PSAT Schedule for October 19th, please contact Mrs. Helen Satorius SAT/PSAT Coordinator, at  or Mr. Saldivar, Head Counselor, at


SAT/PSAT Alpha Stations


9th Grade Alpha Station 

10th Grade Alpha Station

11th Grade Alpah Station

12th Grade Alpah Station

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Counseling Staff

Banks, Heather
Counselor (Academic Support Counselor -All Grade Levels)
Bilvado, Stephanie
Counselor (Grades 10th and 11th Last Name M-Z)
Gonzales, Ariel
Counselor (Grades 9th and 12th, Last Name M-Z)
Gorman, Maureen
Counselor (Grades 10th and 11th Last Name A-L)
Hilliard, Debra
Counselor (Grades 9th and 12th Last Name A-L)
Medina, Erika
Counselor-D.S./WAVE/D.I. (M-Z 9th - 12th Grade)
Nye, Marcia
Counselor Distinguished Scholars/WAVE/DI 9th-12th Grades
Saldivar, Rolando
Head Counselor
Sroka, Robin
Career and College Center

Support Staff

Barr, Debra
11th Grade Counseling Clerk/Budget
Finucane, Kathleen
9th Grade Office Assistant
Murillo-Reyes, Mayra
9th Grade Office Assistant
Salazar, Rose
Counseling Secretary
Thornton, Elisa
12th Grade Office Assistant

NCAA Eligibility Information

For student-athletes who plan to play college athletics, please review the information below as it pertains to NCAA Eligibility:


Wilson's NCAA and NAIA Information Website