Description: Wilson High School was founded in 1986 by Alexander Wilson and built on the edge of Williamson Park. Wilson wanted an education that had all the benefits of a small-town school but with the budget of a city school. And so, Wilson High School was born. It's a two-story building that can house 2,000 students in total, as well as at least 50 staff members of all types. The school is decently sized, affording moderate classrooms to allow for the ability for students to get close with their classmates and teachers. The school has a small swimming pool as well as a large gymnasium attached to the building. Unattached and behind the school is a little weight room utilized for most sports players. They also have a football field not far outside of the district, a short bus ride away. The main building is brick exterior but has good insulation so it stays cool in hotter months and warmer in cooler months. It has one main library, a cafeteria, two computer labs and a main office just inside the main front doors. It's a very unassuming school but very 'small town' like with the ability to fund the growth of the students and faculty.
Owner: Owned by the city but adheres to the rules of the state