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Parents and students,


Please refer to this testing calendar for the most up-to-date testing dates, which span from February 26th through the end of the school year.


*Dates subject to change

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Use the online Bus Locator to find what bus you will be riding

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2018 Science Fair Winners - Congratulations, students!

From Escambia County - Senior Division, High Schools:

Animal Science, Honorable Mention – April Mendez, Grace Sill & Elizabeth Teets from Washington

Biomedical & Health Sciences, 3rd Place – Darius Anderson, Domonique McNeill & Caleb Ward from Washington

Chemistry, 1st Place – Samantha Gates from Washington

Earth & Environmental Science, 1st Place – Chandler Bradley, Madison Lowe & Lauren Wheelis from Washington

Engineering,1st Place – Jaimie Thomas from Washington

Microbiology, 2nd Place – Nicco Ferraro & Daryn Kelley from Washington

Physics & Astronomy, 2nd – William Blakenship, Gabrielle Reboulet & Benjamin Spears from Washington


Make Your Voices Heard, Wildcats!

Make sure to complete the survey on your Chromebook this week to cast your vote for the new Pensacola Bay Bridge mile markers and benches. The options that get the most votes across Escambia and Santa Rosa counties will be used on YOUR
new bridge.



Remembering the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Victims

On Wednesday, March 14th, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. the Wildcat Family will pay a memorial tribute to the 17 victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. Our students have worked tirelessly to create and produce a memorial tribute. At 10:00 a.m. we will have a 17 second moment of silence followed by the 17 minute student-produced video, paying tribute to each of the fallen victims. Each faculty member and student will receive a wristband to be worn in commemoration of the victims. Our NJROTC will conduct a private ceremony around the flagpole to honor each of the victims. The administration would like to thank our students and teachers for their participation in this memorial ceremony.

2018/2019 New Washington Wildcats

Please visit daily as this space is updated with new information:


Interested in cheer? Click here for all the details.


Want to play volleyball? Click here for the details


Swim team information


Mark your calendars for Wildcat Day (Freshmen Orientation)! Date to be released soon!

ECSD Teacher of the Year!

Mrs. Carla Ross has been named Escambia County School District's Teacher of the Year. In honor of her outstanding commitment to the students at Booker T. Washington High School, our teachers have compiled this reflection. The article in the PNJ is accessible here. On behalf of the parents, students, and faculty, congratulations, Mrs. Ross!

BTWHS Student Naval Academy Nomination

Will Myslak, class of 2018, is one of the Naval Academy nominations named by Rep. Gaetz. For full coverage, click here.

Washington PE Teacher named Best in STATE

Samantha Harrison, BTWHS PE teacher, is SHAPE Florida's High School PE Teacher of the Year for 2017-2018. According to Casandra Waller, ECSD's Physical Education Specialist, Coach Harrison "fosters an environment of rich teamwork, communication, and acceptance of all students." Congratulations, Coach Harrison!

Ms. Broom and her students get CUBED

Check out Ms. Broom and our Washington High School students' CUBED installation in Downtown Pensacola. CUBED, an al fresco exhibit of artwork displayed on each of a cube’s four “walls," is located in Martin Luther King Jr. Plaza. Washington High School is the only high school in the county featured in this project.


For full coverage, check out this article in the PNJ.

Our Teachers are the BEST!

1. Booker T. Washington High School is proud to announce that Mrs. Alisha Wilson, Innovation Specialist, has been named the Scholastic and School Library Journal 2017 Maker Hero Librarian. Thank you, Mrs. Wilson, for transforming our media center into an innovative and creative space where students can creatively express themselves while learning and engaging in literacy!


Links to the announcement:


Scholastic Newsroom


Scholastic On Our Mind blog


School Library Journal



2. Congratulations to Mr. Bauer, Mrs. Wilson, and Mrs. Broom on your 2017/2018 Grant for Excellence! 

3. Congratulations to Mrs. Broom and Mrs. Sarah Kelly on your Bonner Award!

2017/2018 Exxon Mobil and Puckett Oil Company Support our School



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School Elevated Security Notification

Order your BTWHS Yearbook Now!

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The pin number is 17216

Parents: Has your address or phone number changed?

The Escambia County School District arranges transportation and other services by referring to the address on file at your child's school. Please help us maintain accurate and timely service for your child, and ensure that we are able to contact you in the event of an emergency, by keeping your address and phone number current at your child's school.