Changes will build a strong foundation for all math learning and offer greater access to advanced classes in high school.
All Wilton Public Schools graduates will be innovators, collaborators and creative and critical thinkers who are high achieving, socially responsible, civic-minded and have internalized the virtues of compassion and empathy.
Thursday's award ceremony recognized dedication from the school community at their annual award ceremony
The Tattooist of Auschwitz has been chosen as this year's 'Wilton Reads'.
3rd grade students receive award for outstanding work.
Superintendent Smith announced his proposed operating budget for school year 2019-20
Newsweek ranked WHS #2 in CT and #56 in the U.S.
of the class of 2016 scored 3 or better on AP exams
U.S. News and World Report awarded WHS a gold medal in its annual high school rankings
The Wilton School District is ranked #5 in Connecticut by Niche