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As “One Tribe,” we will challenge ourselves daily to reach our greatest potential by demonstrating respect, responsibility and integrity in our academics and behaviors. 
Wicomico High School is committed to ensuring that all students learn at high levels.  We pledge to break down the traditional walls of isolation and instead work collaboratively and collectively to fulfill our purpose.  We pledge to focus on actual evidence of student learning to improve our individual and collective practice and better meet the needs of our individual students.  As a faculty, we will challenge ourselves daily to implement actionable steps to fulfill our purpose.  We will create a personalized, safe, inclusive, nurturing environment with caring adults who understand and appreciate the unique characteristics of each individual student.  As “ONE TRIBE” we pledge to promote respect, responsibility, and integrity throughout our community.  Wicomico High School will serve as the anchor of the community, ensuring that all students are college, career and workplace ready.  We have and will continue to serve as a launching pad for a lifetime of student success.
  • Learning is the primary focus of our school.  We strive to instill the value of lifelong learning throughout our school community.
  • Using a variety of instructional approaches and strategies facilitates meaningful learning.
  • Giving all students opportunities to succeed and actively engaging them in the learning process are essential.
  • Providing appropriate support services for all students is vital to their success.
  • Every stakeholder (students, staff, parents and community members) shares in the responsibility of advancing our school’s mission and in taking part in the continuous improvement process.
  • Mutual respect and positive relationships within all facets of the school community promote a cooperative atmosphere conducive to learning.
  • Promoting an understanding of cultural diversity among all stakeholders is vital to school success.
  • Establishing open and ongoing lines of communication among all stakeholders is critical to continuous improvement.
  • Teaching and learning are enhanced by providing a safe, secure and disciplined environment

Wi-Hi News

Class of 2016 earns more than $1.7M in scholarship money  READ MORE...
The mural is now complete! The new mural will be hung in the outside student eating area and will evoke school pride and conversation, as students currently attending WiHi were models for the mural, and their likenesses are clearly seen.  READ MORE...
Wi-Hi's first Destination Imagination team is in Tennessee for Globals.  READ MORE...
The Class of 2016 celebrated prom on Saturday, May 14, 2016.  READ MORE...
Jeremy Taylor won the Boys' Triple Jump, the Boys 4X100 Relay Team won its event, Nate Gaines finished 2nd in the Boys 100m in a photo finish, and Mykaelah Jones took 3rd in Girls Triple Jump.  READ MORE...
The 2015-16 Butch Waller MOP Male and the Barbara McCool MOP Female awards go to Gary Briddell of Parkside and Lakiaha Wright of Wi-Hi.   READ MORE...
Senior Exams: May 26 – exams in pds. 5-7 May 27 – exams in pds. 1-4 May 30 – Memorial Day May 31 – senior exam make-ups Mock Crash and Senior Meeting: May 13th 8:45-10:30 Grand March: May 14th 6:30-7:30 Prom: May 14th at The Fountains 8:00-1:00 Senior Meeting and Pictures: May 18th 1:15-2:30 Senior Awards: May 24th, 6:30-8:00 Commencement: June 4th, 10:00-11:30   READ MORE...
U.S. News & World Report is out with its yearly rankings of high schools, and Wi-Hi earned a Bronze rating from the news service  READ MORE...
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