2018 Above and Beyond Awards

Each year the Wheeler Academic Booster Club presents a special award at Honors Night to two exceptional Wheeler Teachers or Counselors who have gone “Above & Beyond,” giving their time and talents to help and encourage our students. Among the recipients for the last six years are Ms. Moudgal, Mr. Lawrence, Dr. Wasson, Ms. Mann, Ms. Polk, Mr. Furstein, Mr. Kent, and Dr. Carter. Nominations can come from both parents and students and will be open until April 20, 2018. To submit your recommendation, click here or visit http://www.wheelerabc.org. 


Academic Booster Club Scholarship Applications Available

In keeping with the mission to support and promote academic success for all Wheeler students, the Wheeler Academic Booster Club will award four $500 scholarships to deserving Wheeler seniors who plan to further their education by enrolling in either a four-year college degree program or two-year degree or technical certification program.

Students applying must meet the following criteria:

·       Be a Wheeler student in good standing and graduating in May 2018

·       Complete the online application and answer the short essay prompts found here

·       Submit a current transcript (emailed to president@wheelerabc.org)

·       Adhere to the deadline established and essay word limits.

All applications and transcripts must be received by 11:59 pm on April 16, 2018.

For questions about the scholarship, please contact Patty Pace at president@wheelerabc.org.


Dr. Terrence Roberts, member of the Little Rock Nine, to speak

Please take advantage of this incredible opportunity Monday, February 26th at 6:30 pm in the Wheeler HS Performing Arts Center.

Dr. Terrence Roberts, a member of the Little Rock Nine, will be speaking on his experience as part of the group of African-American students who integrated Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1957.

Dr. Roberts is father to Wheeler parent and Academic Booster Club Secretary, Becki Goodloe.

This event is sponsored by the East Cobb Middle School Foundation and the ECMS PTSA, and is for everyone - adults and children. Take a look at this video to hear from him. Or search his name online - there are many, many videos about the Little Rock Nine.

Her dad has written two books, Lessons from Little Rock and Simple, Not Easy. A limited number of both books will be available for sale on Monday evening after her dad's talk. He will be signing books after the event as well.

Please join us!





EOC Bootcamp Blitz

What: Students who participate in our EOC Bootcamp Blitz will be provided intense & rigorous enrichment, as well as remediation for their upcoming EOC Tests this semester. Student participation in the Bootcamp will provide them with additional instruction designed to help them master the academic content. In order to provide independent home practice, take home material will be distributed. 

Who: Students who are taking 9th grade Literature, American Literature, US History, Algebra I, Geometry, Biology, & Economics

When: Wednesday, November 29th
3:45pm -5:45pm
9th grade Literature

Saturday, December 2nd
9am - 11am
American Literature & Algebra I
12pm - 2pm
US History & Geometry

Saturday, December 9th
1pm - 3pm
Biology & Economics

Where: Wheeler High School
Media Center/Auditorium

Permission Form must be signed by Student & Parent and turned in to Admin I by the end of school Nov 28th!

Please consider a tax-deductible donation

If you have not already, please support the Academic Booster Club's efforts with a tax-deductible donation. Grant requests this fall exceeded the amount of funding available so many classroom needs were left unmet. Every Wheeler student benefits as monies provided filled needs for the English, Math, Science, World Language, ESOL, and Career Tech Departments and well as the Freshman Focus program. Help us fully fund the spring requests!

Afterschool Tutoring

Tutoring Sessions are offered every Tuesday & Thursday after school 3:45-5:00pm, in the Cafeteria, covering all core subjects! 

This is free and is for any student who may need additional assistance, academic enrichment, or small group instruction. Students must have a Permission Form signed and turned in to the Attendance Office prior to going to a tutoring session.