Select a School...
Select a School


  • Wilson Wildcat Times

    Please take a moment to read what some of our student journalists have been working on.

    Browse our past issues at


    Comments (-1)


    New scholarship program will provide five full scholarships to SUNY colleges for outstanding students from disadvantaged backgrounds

    Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that the State University of New York is now accepting applications for the Carey Gabay Scholarship Program. This scholarship was announced by Governor Cuomo last year in honor of Carey Gabay, an attorney and public servant, who was tragically killed as an innocent victim of gun violence in October at the age of 43. This program will provide full-ride scholarships to five incoming SUNY students who exemplify Carey’s commitment to social justice, leadership, and mentoring, as well as his personal story of succeeding academically despite having an economically disadvantaged background.

    “Carey was the perfect example of how hard work and service to others can make a difference in life. He could have done anything and yet, and chose to take his success and use it to give back to his community,” said Governor Cuomo. “We remember Carey in the work that we do every day to improve the lives of New Yorkers, and we hope that these scholarships will help other young people change the world through public service. Carey proved that, when given the opportunity to succeed, anything is possible, so I encourage eligible students to apply for these scholarships and help us continue to build a better state for all.”

    Carey grew up living in public housing and attending public school in the Bronx. After a successful high school career, he went on to graduate from Harvard University and Harvard Law School. He had a longstanding commitment to public service and giving back those around him, and while at Harvard University, he ran to become the president of his undergraduate student body. More recently, he worked tirelessly in public service, first as an Assistant Counsel to Governor Cuomo and later as First Deputy Counsel for the Empire State Development Corporation.

    The Carey Gabay Scholarship Program will annually award full-ride scholarships to five students to attend four-year SUNY colleges beginning in the 2016-17 school year. These scholarships will cover all costs of attendance, including tuition, room and board, college fees, books and supplies, and transportation and personal expenses. Check with your counselor for applications, they are due on March 15, 2016.

    Comments (-1)
  • Scholarship Opportunities

    If you are looking for new scholarship opportunities, please click here or look at our Resources/Student Support Services 


    Comments (-1)
  • Common Core

    Please click on the word link to view a video and information regarding the new New York State Common Core Assessments --> LINK
    Comments (-1)

Wilson Events

View Calendar

It is truly my pleasure and honor to extend a warm welcome to you from our school’s website. Mrs. Mehta

We are an International Baccalaureate School. We offer Middle Years Programme to all of our 9th and 10th grade students and prepare students to participate in the International Baccalaureate Program in 11th and 12th grade. Our goal is to ensure that every student is provided the highest quality of education possible in a safe and supportive learning environment.

We have a tradition of academic excellence and high expectations where academic studies are rigorous and challenging. We work collaboratively to foster an atmosphere that promotes a student-centered, safe and intellectually stimulating environment. Wilson students are intelligent, courteous and ambitious. Our faculty is known to be committed and hardworking individuals who go above and beyond to promote student success. Wilson is fortunate to have a very active parent group who works very closely with school and provides necessary support to help their child succeed. Our school supports the whole child by providing academic, social and emotional support through our challenging instructional program, Student Support Services and a wide variety of extra-curricular activities. We continue to be committed to work diligently with all stakeholders to continue that tradition of excellence.


Uma Mehta