|Year of establishment||1970|
|Address||850 Hungerford Drive, Rockville, Maryland 20850|
Thomas S Wootton High
The high school's namesake is Thomas Sprigg Wootton, the founder of Montgomery County. The school was founded in 1970 and is part of the Montgomery County Public Schools system. Robert Frost Middle School along with half of Cabin John Middle School feed into the school. Wootton's science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) program was ranked #160 in Newsweek's 2019 nationwide survey of US high schools.
Thomas S. Wootton High School is one of the largest and best high schools in Montgomery County, Maryland. Students have more than 2300 students and a staff of about 200 superb educators. The school has twice been rated a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence and more recently have been consistently included among the Washington Post's Top 100 High Schools in the US. Over 90% of our students are enrolled in Honors, AP, or some College level course.
Students consistently average higher scores on the SAT than the rest of the county, the state or the nation. 73% of our graduates score three or better on the AP tests they take. And 95% of our students go on to college. The high school offer a number of academically rigorous Signature and Special Programs in the Sciences and the Humanities, as well as programs for Learning and Academic Disabilities, and Life for Independence.
Students are active in all of the county approved sports and excel especially in swimming and diving, lacrosse, wrestling, and tennis. Students also have been State Champions in Ice Hockey twice in the last five years. Wootton is best known for its academic rigor and quality instruction, preparing our students to become life-long learners and informed productive citizens.
The Thomas S Wootton High is a Public university located in Rockville.
The Thomas S Wootton High was founded in 1970.
The current president of Thomas S Wootton High is Kimberly Boldon.