• The Guidance Department  is announcing various summer programs avialable at area colleges.  Please click here to see this information.  This flyer is also available in the Guidance Office.
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  • Willingboro School District would like to congratulate our Student-athletes for making the All-Conference teams for the Winter 2013-2014 sports season.  Their dedication and commitment to excellence has brought about this wonderful achievement and recognition from the entire Burlington County. We applaud their accomplishments and representation of the Willingboro School District.
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  • The 14th Annual BizEd program at Rutgers School of Business–Camden would like to notify students of their summer program.  All students will be required to complete an online application.  All materials and information about the program can be found on our BizEd webpage:


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  • HIB School Report - Beginning with the 2011-2012 school year, our school district has conscientiously implemented the requirements found in the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act with the establishment of Policy and Reporting Procedures, School-based Safety Teams, HIB Initiatives and Staff training. Please see our School HIB Self-Assessment Report.
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    Are you worried about the S.A.T?  Not sure how you;ll score?  Test yourself with this free full-length S.A.T. practice exams.   This practice exam last approximately 4 hours and registration is required.  To complete online registration:
    1. Go to The Princeton Review website:  at
    2.  Look for "Take a free practice test in your area," select S.A.T and enter the zip code (08016)
    3. Select the free practice test at the library and click Enroll..  This practice test is available at
    The Library Company of Burlington
    23 West Ujnion Ave.
    Burlington, NJ 08016
    (609) 386-1273.
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  • The Rowan Urban Teacher Academy is Accepting Applications until May 2, 2014
    With an emphasis on fostering academic achievement, social responsibility, personal responsibility and social justice in the service of teaching, the program aims to capture the interests of aspiring teachers through exposure to curriculum and field immersion experiences in urban settings.  High School students living in an urban setting are encouraged to apply.
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  • AIA-SJ invites all New Jersey middle and high school students to submit their original works, written or art, based on the following quotation from Mahatma Gandhi; You must be the change you wish to see in the world.
    Follow this link:  Mahatma Gandhi Art & Writing Contest 2014 for more information and the entry application.  Deadline for submissions is June 15, 2014.
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  • The Dejour K. Benson Memorial Fund is a scholarship fund that the Benson Family
    have established in the great honor and legacy of  Dejour Kazimir Benson who last attended Willingboro High School in his senior year of 2013. Please Follow This Link to See the Scholarship Application. Scholarship application deadline is May 1, 2014. This information is also available in the Guidance Office.
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  • Congratulations to Ms. Kelly Gauntt, Willingboro High School's Teacher of the Year!
    Ms. Kelly Gauntt

    Ms. Gauntt has been teaching for 9 years. She  began her career at WHS. She is currently the Academic Debate Team coach and Student Council Adviser. Ms. Gauntt holds a BS in History and a Masters in Advancing Literacy Through Instructional Technology. She is an excellent Social Studies teacher. Her exemplary dedication to her students is greatly appreciated.
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  • Summer Science Academy Opportunity - Attention 9th, 10th, and 11th Graders: This is a three week program for a select group of high school students to experience rigorous and challenging college-level coursework in: Biotechnology, Computer Graphics, Nanotechnology, Robotics, and Engineering Complex Networks. For more information about the Summer Academy of Applied Science & Technology call (215) 573-2575 or click here. Financial aid is available.
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Willingboro High School Vision and Mission
All stakeholders of the Willingboro High School community will earnestly work to develop a culture and climate that transforms our school community into a thriving marketplace of learning where graduates are prepared to enter society with a quality education, ready to compete in the global arena.
The Willingboro High School stakeholders will increase student achievement by providing quality instruction focused on sustained increased student engagement.
We will consistently use research based, differentiated instructional practices, 
academic discourse and available technology to   frequently assess and monitor student learning.  
We will use the Common Core Standards and Willingboro Public Schools curriculum to develop instructional goals based on the needs of the 
learners we serve.
We will consistently reflect and evaluate instructional practices, participate in professional communities, communicate with families and participate in professional development opportunities to further ensure our ability to maintain 
an effective level of professionalism that maximizes the impact of instruction.  
We will clearly communicate expectations for academic and social interactions between all stakeholders to foster a climate that is conducive to learning.

Principal's Message

 Principal's Message 
Mrs. Kimberly B. Ash, Principal
It is with great pride and humility that I serve the Willingboro High School community. Being a part of the Chimera family is both an honor and a privilege.  
I fully commit my efforts to the transformation of our school into a thriving market place of learning where all stakeholders are free from obstacles that prevent or hinder positive social, emotional and intellectual growth.It is my goal to lead our school to Blue Ribbon status by partnering with faculty, staff and community members to realize goals that include, but are not limited to, these core standards: 
• Setting a widely shared vision for learning
• Developing a school culture and instructional program conducive to student learning  and staff professional growth
• Ensuring effective management of  the organization, operation, and resources for a safe, efficient, and effective learning environment  
• Collaborating with faculty and community members, responding to diverse community interests and needs, and mobilizing community resources
• Understanding, responding to, and influencing the political, social, legal,and cultural contexts
• Acting with integrity, fairness, and in an ethical manner 
I look forward to a year of great strides as our students glean from the efforts of our awesome team of educators.

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