Wellington Middle School
1964 - 2021
Wellington Middle-High School
Opening Fall 2022
We are celebrating over 55 years of academic excellence in our community! Wellington Junior High School opened in 1964 after serving as Wellington High School since 1926. A new building was built in 1993 with an addition in 2001, another in 2007 and another in 2011. As of the fall of 2009, we are Wellington Middle School (WMS), grades 6, 7 and 8, and in the fall of 2022, we will be Wellington Middle-High School (WMHS), serving grades 6-12! A long line of successful students and athletes have come through the doors of our school!
Our primary mission is to educate every student with high quality instruction and learning in every classroom every day. We recognize that teaching and learning must be interactive, meaningful, and appropriate to each student’s development and learning style. WMHS strives to be a safe, nurturing school where self-confidence, self-worth, achievement, and initiative are promoted and celebrated!
Instructional & enrichment programs
WMHS offers many acceleration opportunities for students, Pre-Advanced Placement courses at the 7th and 8th grade levels. Activities include a comprehensive academic program, an award winning music program, competitive athletics, intramurals, Eagles After Hours (after-school program), WEB Leadership, Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program, and Eagle Power student council.
Opportunities for parents
Parents serve in a variety of ways at WMHS on the Parent Teacher Organization (PTO), on the School Improvement Team, and as classroom and media center volunteers.
Awards and Recognitions
National "School to Watch", 2012-2018
Colorado "School to Watch", 2012-2018
Colorado Governor's Distinguished Improvement Award
Colorado Department of Education's Highly Effective School Library Program School, 2014-2017
United States Department of Education National Green Ribbon School
A.V.I.D. National Demonstration School, 2013-2019
AVID National School of Distinction, 2015-2016
National Yearbook Program of the Year, 2012-2019
Colorado Environmental Leadership Bronze Medal Award Winner
State of Colorado Knowledge Bowl Champions