We're So Proud

  • 2013 Scholar Athletes •Picture

  • 25 WHS students attended the Spring Conference for the NJASC (New Jersey Association of Student Councils). We were awarded 2 awards. •Picture

  • Williamstown High School senior, Chaz Colombo, recently signed his letter of intent to continue his education and play baseball for the University of the Sciences Devils in the fall. •Picture

  • Mrs. Weis, Art Teacher at Williamstown High School, is extremely proud to show off the collection that her Studio Art Classes recently created with their, “Masks of India project.” •More Info

  • All-Star Football Honorees. •Picture

  • Williamstown High School honored by the Adam Taliaferro Foundation.•Picture

  • Gloucester County Times has named the 2012 Braves Football team the Team of the Year.•Picture

  • Williamstown High School is extremely proud to announce Mr. Richard Kurczeski as their 2012-2013 Teacher of the Year.•More Info

  • New Year Around the World. •More Info

  • Congrats to Williamstown High School Coach Fred Powell, for being inducted into Gloucester Co. Sports Hall of Fame. •Pictures

  • The Williamstown High School DECA Chapter recently competed against 1600 students from all over the state, at the New Jersey DECA State Conference in Cherry Hill from February 24-26th.  •Pictures

  • Williamstown High School is proud to recognize Devin Laureys as a finalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program. •Pictures

  • Congrats to Williamstown High School Coach Fucteloa, Coach of the Year. •Pictures

  • Williamstown High School Seniors, Buddy Brown and Julian Taylor, recently signed their letters of intent to continue their education and play football for the Temple Owls in the fall. •Pictures

  • Williamstown High School Junior, Kristopher Eleazer, was recently recognized by United States Senator Robert Menendez for his leadership in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.•Picture

  • Williamstown High School is proud to recognize Asia Johnson as the winner of the 2012 American Freedom Essay Contest. •Picture

  • Williamstown High School is extremely proud to announce that THREE band members were just accepted into the All South Jersey Honors Band and Orchestra. •Picture

  • On January 4, author, Robert Zorn spoke to students at Williamstown High School about his book, Cemetery John. •Picture

  • Check out the generosity of WHS.•Picture

  • Williamstown High School senior, Tiarra Sanabria, recently signed her letter of intent to continue her education and play softball for the Louisville Cardinals in the fall. •Picture

  • On Monday, November 5th Mrs. Neuman volunteered to speak to the students of Williamstown High School about her experiences in Europe during World War II. •Picture

  • Congratulations Voices Of Democracy Essay Winners •Picture

  • Congratulations Brittany Reedman! •Picture

  • Check out Megan Knight , a freshman at Williamstown High School, who just released her first original EP on September 27, 2012.  •Picture

  • Check out Donna Ash's winning piece will be displayed in Bridgewater at North Bridge St & Woodlawn Ave New Jersey for 3 years. •Picture

  • Two of Williamstown’s finest participated in Rutgers University’s BizEd Program over the summer.  Briana Rideg and Rebecca Crofton joined 50 other high school seniors to learn about the business world and compete against each other through a variety of events, including:  formal examinations, making mock commercials, and building a case study on how to best create and run a new business.  Rebecca Crofton was one of two winners who walked away with a Kindle Fire tablet. According to Rebecca, “[The program] showed me all the different aspects of businesses.  Even if you don’t want to go into business, it just helps you become an all-around better person.” •Picture

  • Recently, Donna Ash participated and was successful in an art contest sponsored by the state of New Jersey through Gallery 24/7 in Somerset New Jersey. Her art work will be displayed in Bridgewater at North Bridge St & Woodlawn Ave New Jersey for 3 years. •Picture

  • Recently, members of the Williamstown High School Marketing II class participated in a friendly competition to benefit the community. The class divided into two teams - boys versus girls - to see who could create and implement the better marketing plan to collect toilet paper for needy families in Williamstown. After a two week battle, the girls triumphed with 1,334 rolls to the boy’s 550. Both teams were able to gain real-world experience in generating ideas, putting them into action, and evaluating their campaigns for effectiveness. However, the most valuable lesson of all was realizing the importance of giving back to their community. •Picture

  • Williamstown High School is proud to recognize Coach Karen Dilmore for being inducted into the South Jersey Basketball Hall of Fame. •Picture

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