Williamston High School prioritizes diverse curriculums

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Curriculum catered to each student’s end goal

Williamston High School follows state requirements, the College Preparatory curriculum for college students and the NCAA curriculum for student-athletes to provide students multiple options to customize their course loads.

“We have one of the best school districts academically,” said City Manager Corey Schmidt. “I think that our teachers, counselors, and principals really make the effort for the students to succeed.”

        Mayor Pro-Tem John Bisard lauded the school’s counselors. “Mrs. (Michelle) Greenleaf is fantastic at providing the students with resources such as Scholastic Assessment Test prepping, ‘one on one’ meetings, and even promoting college tours,” he said.

College admissions toughen

        College admissions is becoming more intense as students struggle to make their application stand out.

        “Helping students (is) my priority, it’s what I love to do,” said Greenleaf, a Williamston High School counselor. “While helping them get into college is a priority, their mental health is as well. It is a stressful time for students, we have all been there, providing them with resources to help them prepare and reduce their stress while increasing their confidence.”

Student success is always first in Williamston High School

        Williamston High School has an outstanding academic record, as well as sports programs, referencing its rankings.

        “Williamston is a generation-based community,” said Mayor Tammy Gilroy. We are all constantly involved trying to help each other. We always try to provide students with as much help and resources. The counselors Mrs. Greenleaf and Mrs. (Linda) Erg, they do a great job enhancing college preparatory programs such as AP courses.”



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