How do we, say Good-bye to Wilson High. The good times that made us laugh Always be there . . . We thought we'd stay, here forever, But forever's gone away. It's so hard to say Good-bye to Wilson High. We don't know, where this road Is going to lead, All we know is where we've been, and What we've been through, who . . . When we leave, Wilson High School, I hope it's worth all the wait. It's so hard to say Good-bye to Wilson High. And we'll take, with us the memories Of all our good times and all the pain! It's so hard to say Good-bye to Wilson High. And we'll take, with us the memories Of all our good times and all the pain! Patrice Slaughter - President; Vanessa Cannady - Vice-president; Kristin Sparks - Treasurer; Alicia Myers - Historian; Not Pictured: Yvette Rodgers - Secretary 1992 Senior Class Poem The Seniors By Lori Butler His cap is in place. A smile on his face, As he walks down the aisle so grand. His walk is a race, He's leaving this place Diploma in his hand. Her step falters a bit. There's a sudden urge to sit, And let her peers just pass her by. She laughs with the driest wit- She won't miss this place a bit! But Yes, she will, she thinks with an inward sigh. They think of all the years. All the trials, all the tears, All the learning and the yearning and the life. They remember all the fears And those memories, so dear All the tests that they mistakenly called strife. And yet, they somehow feel With something akin to zeal That the time is right for them to say goodbye, And so, with the diplomas firmly sealed, And as the bells begin to peal The lift their heads, and say farewell to Wilson High. SENIOR CLASS SONG "IT'S SO HARD TO SAY GOOD-BYE TO WILSON HIGH" Words by: Namon Jones and Patricia Slaughter Any corrections or omissions please submit them by E-Mail web pages designed and maintained The Class Roster and pictures are as represented in the Woodrow Wilson High School, Portsmouth, Virginia yearbook or annual of the year indicated on the page. The Roster may not be complete and pictures and names may have been removed by request of the person involved. Also, it does not officially indicate the year of graduation and/or that the party in question graduated. If you are not represented in your class, you will be added to the last page of the year and you may submit a photo to be added. All information on these pages came from the yearbook represented and alumni who have passed on information and may NOT be accurate John “Eddie” Lee ’68. Woodrow Wilson High School Portsmouth, VA 1972 was first year that a official class history was NOT to be included in the yearbook. This is one of several changes to come. The seventies were a time of change.