'Anything Goes' comes to Wilsonville High

'Anything Goes' comes to Wilsonville High

Wilsonville High cast and crew overcome obstacles to put on ambitious production of 'Anything Goes'

WHS student artist earns community recognition

WHS student artist earns community recognition

Corbyn Reed focuses on colors, patterns in her Fred Meyer exhibit

Middle school students bring science fair to life

Middle school students bring science fair to life

CREST-Jane Goodall Science Symposium Middle School Science Fair brings students together in the...

WHS students paint masterpiece at art awards

WHS students paint masterpiece at art awards

Artists take 19 Gold Keys, 34 Silver Keys in Oregon regional

School district amends calendar to make up snow days

School district amends calendar to make up snow days

New calendar includes two additional days of school in June

May we mariachi?

May we mariachi?

Inza R. Wood Middle School students come together to create unique band

Reynolds rising

Reynolds rising

West Linn-Wilsonville's Betty Reynolds elected as president of the Oregon School Board Association

AwesomeBOTS team explodes onto competitive robotics scene

AwesomeBOTS team explodes onto competitive robotics scene

Boeckman Creek students earn Rising Stars Award, qualify for state

Schools extend semester to account for snow days

Schools extend semester to account for snow days

West Linn-Wilsonville now must make up multiple days of missed class

School district goes back to boundary drawing board

School district goes back to boundary drawing board

Listening sessions produce more public disapproval of changing school boudnaries

WHS student artists bring life to local dealership

WHS student artists bring life to local dealership

Findlay Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram shows off many Wilsonville High student artworks during the month...

Trail Blazer surprises Wilsonville students with holiday treat

Trail Blazer surprises Wilsonville students with holiday treat

Grace Chapel members provide gifts for local students in need

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Wilsonville's Education

SPOKESMAN PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE - The walls of the $44 million Meridian Creek are almost completely finished, with roofing and plumbing coming after that.
February 17, 2017

Construction of Meridian Creek and Sunset Primary on track for 2017-18

by Andrew Kilstrom
New entryway and plaza planned at Wilsonville High for summer of 2018
February 15, 2017

School Board has three vacancies for May election

by Andrew Kilstrom
The filing period for prospective West Linn-Wilsonville School Board members is open through March 16
WILSONVILLE SPOKESMAN - 2.15.17
February 15, 2017

Athey Creek Middle School - Student All Stars - Feb.15, 2017

by Kendra McGowan
Wilsonville Spokesman's Student All Stars Cooper Berggren, Sam Russel and Will Sand from Athey Creek Middle School


Lauren Burns
February 13, 2017

School IS like real life

by Andrew Kilstrom
WILSONVILLE SPOKESMAN - 2.8.17
February 08, 2017

Wilsonville High School - Student All Stars - Feb.8, 2017

by Kendra McGowan
Wilsonville Spokesman's Student All Stars Jack Burns and Alondra Sotelo Laureano from Wilsonville High School
SPOKESMAN PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE - Forty-two students will participate in the Oregon Thespian NE Regional Feb. 4.
February 01, 2017

Wilsonville puts its acting chops to the test

by Andrew Kilstrom
WHS hosts a 'Night on Broadway' in preparation for Thespian regionals
WILSONILLE SPOKESMAN - 2.01.17
February 01, 2017

Three Rivers Charter School- Student All Stars - Feb.1, 2017

by Kendra McGowan
Wilsonville Spokesman's Student All Stars Andrei Bell, Anish Goswami and Alexa Skrypkar from Three Rivers Charter School
January 29, 2017

Education news

by Andrew Kilstrom
Shavere
January 28, 2017

Maybe 2016 wasn't so bad after all

by Jackson Shavere
Faville
January 26, 2017

Give Millennials a chance - we might surprise you

by Daisi Faville
Courtney-Durrett
January 25, 2017

SWAG members discuss school start time

by Andrew Kilstrom
When should high school classes start? What about primary and middle schools?
WILSONVILLE SPOKESMAN - 1.25.17
January 25, 2017

Inza R Wood Middle School- Student All Stars - Jan. 25, 2017

by Kendra McGowan
Wilsonville Spokesman's Student All Stars Kylie Hadden and Jackson Dean from Inza R. Wood Middle School
January 24, 2017

Education news

by Andrew Kilstrom
Katie Trese
January 23, 2017

A diet I'll actually do

by Katie Trese
January 18, 2017

School board settles on 2017-18 calendar

by Andrew Kilstrom
West Linn-Wilsonville School District awards last of major construction contracts for 2014 bond
SPOKESMAN PHOTOS: VERN UYETAKE - Left front, Grace Sheely, center front, Gabe Everts, and, right front, Aaron Boone — along with the rest of the sixth-grade choir — sing a lively version of Frosty the Snowman.
January 11, 2017

THE SHOW MUST GO ON

by Andrew Kilstrom
SPOKESMAN PHOTO: ANDREW KILSTROM - Eighth-grader David Higa gives a Wilsonville Safeway customer a sample of Jr. Scoops peppermint bark ice cream.
January 11, 2017

Jr. Scoop continues to flourish

by Andrew Kilstrom
Inza R. Wood's ice cream business adds more opportunities for students
WILSONVILLE SPOKESMAN - 1.11.17
January 11, 2017

Wilsonville High School- Student All Stars - Jan. 11, 2017

by Kendra McGowan
Wilsonville Spokesman's Student All Stars Ingrid Flores and Kiana Santiago from Inza R. Wood Middle School
Keaton Whittaker
January 09, 2017

Selecting the perfect senior quote

by Keaton Whittaker
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP FILE PHOTO: DIEGO DIAZ - A group of several hundred people blocked traffic near the Broadway Bridge early on the morning of Nov. 9 during an hours-long protest march through downtown Portland following Donald Trumps surprise elction victory.
January 06, 2017

SWAG's take on 2016 Presidential Election

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Jan 04, 2017

Education news in brief

by Andrew Kilstrom
SPOKESMAN PHOTOS: ANDREW KILSTROM - Students from all over the West Linn-Wilsonville School District combined forces last week to perform for friends and family.
Dec 26, 2016

STRINGS STUDENTS SERENADE IN DEBUT CONCERT

by Andrew Kilstrom