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.


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Senior Drake Shadwell received the James B. Duke Scholarship, valued at $160,000, from Furman University. To be eligible for the scholarship students must have a minimum SAT score of 1400 and a grade point average of 4.0 on the uniform grading scale while taking the most challenging curriculum available to them, including Advanced Placement courses. The scholarship is awarded to incoming freshmen who have displayed exceptional creativity and have held leadership positions in their school and community. 

Senior Kemper Patton was awarded the Presidential Scholarship from Wingate University. Valued at $64,000, the scholarship is awarded to exceptional entering freshmen who have earned a minimum grade point average of 3.6. Kemper also received a $4,000 Bynum Scholarship from Wingate.

The following seventh-grade students received state level recognition in the annual Duke University Talent Identification Program: Sean Alderson, Maggie Ballard, Avey Greene, Olivia Hilferty & Sophie McCarty.

Sophomores Anna Lyles & Edward McMillan were selected to attend the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Seminar this summer.