Challenging Academic Curriculum

The English-Language Arts program utilizes the reading and writing workshop model. All ELA teachers receive ongoing professional development in the workshop model.

The math program is current with Everyday Math 4 in grades K-5 and Carnegie Math in grades 6-8. Advanced math students can take classes at Wilmot High School. Computer-aided design (CAD) and forensic studies are included in the challenging middle school science program through Project Lead the Way. Younger students learn from hands-on experiences offered by the FOSS Science Program.

 History comes alive in many ways at Trevor-Wilmot. Seventh-graders conduct research and participate in a historical wax museum along with eighth-graders who compete in National History Day. Many of these students qualify to present their projects at the regional contest and a number move on to state competition. Our students prefer to be participants in a “living history” lesson because they learn and remember so much more.

The Board of Education recently doubled the District’s commitment to gifted and talented students. Trevor-Wilmot offers eighth graders Algebra 1 and Spanish 1 for high school credit through Wilmot Union High School.