Long Beach Wilson High School

Learn About Local Schools at Westerly’s High School Decision 2014

Westerly High School Decision Westerly School created High School Decision 2014 to provide middle school students and their families an opportunity to meet high school educators. Westerly School is please to invite middle school students and their families to attend “High School Decision 2014” on Thursday, October 24, from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m..

The Long Beach AAUW Installs New Officers June 1

lb-american-association-uni Installation of Officers of the Long Beach branch of American Association of University Women will take place at Old Ranch Country Club, 390 Lampson Ave., Seal Beach, CA on June 1, 2013. Entertainment will be presented by the Wilson High School Studio Singers directed by Curtis Heard.

McCormick Divers Dominate High School Leagues

McCormick Divers Dolly Payne. Photo by Jessica Pollack McCormick Divers continue winning High School Tradition dominating four local Leagues, Moore, Free Lance, Trinity and Sunset Leagues.  Most of McCormick’s High School Divers are headed to CIFSS Division Championships in three Divisions.

Veterinarian Donates 167 Books So Students Can Join Long Beach Reads One Book

dr-perrault-students-teachers Dr. Greg Perrault with students teachers and dogs. Veterinarian superstar Dr. Greg Perrault has come to the rescue again. Better known for helping animals—most recently rescuing a Pit Bull named Blue from an owner who beat the dog— Perrault has this time rescued Long Beach students in need of books.

Paul Williams to Perform Exclusive One-Night Fundraiser for LB Playhouse

Paul Williams Paul Williams, a Wilson High School alum, appeared on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson more than 40 times. The Long Beach Playhouse is honored to announce Oscar, Grammy, Golden Globe-winning, Hall of Fame Songwriter, Paul Williams, in a benefit concert for the Long Beach Playhouse: “Paul Williams Songs and Stories” on the Mainstage Theater, September 8, 2012 at 8 p.m.

After School Assault Leads to Multiple Arrest

attempt homicide On Wednesday, February 29, 2012, at approximately 2:07 p.m., Long Beach Police responded to the area of 10th Street and Ximeno regarding a fight, which resulted in the hospitalization of a 15-year-old male subject. When officers arrived, they discovered the 15-year-old male victim down on the ground that had been assaulted.

New DNA Technology and NIJ Grant Help LBPD Solve 1989 Murder of Wilson High Student

attempt homicide In 1989, Long Beach Police Department Homicide detectives began an investigation into the murder of a 15-year-old Wilson High School student who was found deceased in her residence. The case would go unsolved for 22 years until advances in DNA technology and a grant to help solve cold cases gave detectives the resources they needed to identify the suspect, who had since murdered another young female and attempted to murder a third.

Helping Parents and Students Make an Informed Choice, Westerly School Hosts “High School Decision 2012”

high-school-decision1 Area middle school students and their parents are invited to attend “High School Decision 2012” on Thursday, October 20, 2011 at Westerly School to hear 21 representatives from area high schools talk about their programs.

LB Jr. Chamber of Commerce Used Food Events to Raise Funds For Adopt-A-Teacher Program

lb-junior-chamber The LB Jr. Chamber of Commerce Charitable Foundation recently held two LB Street Food Fests that welcomed thousands of hungry attendees to Long Beach and featured over 25 gourmet street food trucks, including the Grilled Cheese Truck, Great Balls on Tires and the stars of the Food Network show The Great Food Truck Race, the Nom Nom Truck.

Grease Takes The Stage At Wilson High In Collaboration With MTW

MTW & Wilson High Musical Theatre West is proud to announce its collaboration with Wilson High School to produce the first fully staged musical at the school in a decade. GREASE at the Wilson High School Auditorium will run for two performances on Friday, March 18 and Saturday March 19 at 7:30 p.m.

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