The Ohio Department of Education is recognizing 72 schools throughout the state that have a substantial proportion of economically disadvantaged students (40 percent or more) for reaching high academic achievement and progress with the Schools of Promise and Schools of Honor awards.
The Department has named two Schools of Promise, two High Performing Schools of Honor and 71 High Progress Schools of Honor. Each program has its own criteria. Among other benchmarks, a School of Promise must receive an A or B on the Progress component of the Ohio School Report Card.
This year, Wilson Middle School has been recognized as a 2019 School of Honor - High Progress award recipient. Wilson Middle School was recognized for the building's growth in progress and gap-closing on the 2019 Ohio State Test.
Economically disadvantaged - 62.9%
Progress component grade - A
Gap Closing grade - B
Overall School Grade - B
The only school in Butler County to receive this recognition.