JSHS Earns National RankingThe Daily Beast ranked Wyomissing Area Jr./Sr. High School 317th in the nation among top public high schools. Six indicators including graduation and college acceptance rates; college-level courses and exams, percentage of students with free or reduced lunch, as well as SAT and ACT scores were used from school surveys to compare public high schools. Using 2012-13 data from the Department of Education, Daily Beast contacted U.S. schools who had graduation rates of at least 85 percent. Approximately 1,200 public schools completed their survey. Crunching the numbers further, the over 700 schools that made the final list were praised for providing an academically rigorous program for the most students while best preparing them for college.
Music Educator Appreciation Night with RSO
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WAEF Scholarship Opportunity - Adult Student Scholarship
Adult Student Scholarship Opportunity: For employees and/or residents of Wyomissing or West Reading Boroughs.
This $1100.00 scholarship will be awarded in the Spring of 2016 to an adult who is re-entering education in a GED, Vocational, Undergraduate or Graduate program after a lapse of at least one year.
The Scholarship is named in memory of Gertrude K. McGonigle who served on the Wyomissing Area School Board for 12 years and who was passionate about the value of education. Please note the following Applicant Criteria:
- Adult, at least 24 yrs. of age, re-entering education after at least a 1 year time lapse including GED, vocational, baccalaureate and masters programs.
- Recipient must reside or work in the Wyomissing, West Reading Boroughs.
- Financial need based.
Prior recipients may not re-apply. Contact Karen Moser at 610-374-0739, ext. 1171
Please note that school is in session on:
- Monday, February 15, 2016
- Monday, March 21, 2016
These make-up days are due to closures for inclement weather on:
- January 25, 2016
- January 26, 2016
SATs Cancelled for January 23
SATs are rescheduled for February 20, 2016. Further information will be provided directly to registered students by email from College Board.
Click here to check out the January issue of The Chariot.