Wilson Hall is a private, co-educational school in Sumter, South Carolina.
In its 47th year of educating students in the Sumter area, Wilson Hall offers a challenging, college preparatory curriculum in a family-like atmosphere. A co-educational day school with approximately 775 students in grades four-year-old preschool through twelfth, Wilson Hall is located on a sixteen-acre campus in the western suburbs of Sumter.
Enrollment contracts for returning students are due Friday, March 7.
Ms. Heather Eldridge, a middle school English teacher, is one of three finalists in the state for the SCISA Middle School Teacher of the Year Award.
Eighth grade students Chandler Curtis & Madison Reaves won the SCISA State Debate Competition for the middle school division. Placing second in the same division were Meredith Johnson & Abby Zilch, and placing second in the high school division were junior Taylor Hall & senior Drake Shadwell. Wilson Hall students won six of the 12 trophies awarded, more than any other school.
Seniors Blake Bochette and Hazel Gray Hudson received the University of Alabama Scholar Award which is valued at $64,184 and covers two-thirds of tuition. The scholarship is awarded to incoming freshman who earn a minimum SAT score of 1330 and have a minimum GPA of 3.5. The university also offered Blake the Engineering Leadership Scholarship worth $10,000.
Georgia/S.C. All-Star Team: William Kinney
North/South All-Star Teams: John Ballard, Brent Carraway, Hannah Jordan, Holly Scott, Hayley Smoak & Drew Talley
All-Region Teams: John Ballard, Brent Carraway, Hannah Jordan, William Kinney, Holly Scott & Hayley Smoak