School Colors: Blue and Gold
School Mascot: Eagle/SOARing Eagles
Number of Students: 345
Number of Staff Members: 51
Ethnic Breakdown: 84% African American,
8% Hispanic, 2% Multiracial, 4% White, and 1% Asian
School Board Representative: Deena A. Hayes
Wiley Elementary is a Central Region School
Hours of Operation 7:18am-3:30pm
History of Wiley Elementary School
Calvin Henderson Wiley, founder of Wiley Elementary, was born February 3, 1819 to David L. and Anne Woodburn Wiley. He attended the Caldwell Institute of Greensboro as well as UNC-Chapel Hill. Wiley graduated with highest honors in 1840. Among his achievements, he became the first Superintendent of Public Instruction in North Carolina, organized a State Teacher's Association for the exchange of progressive ideas, and he became the first native novelist with the publication of Alamance or the Final Experiment. Located in southeast Greensboro, Wiley Elementary School has an enrollment of approximately 330 students, pre-kindergarten through fifth grade. Our staff includes 17 classroom teachers, 9 assistants, and 23 support staff. Wiley has two pre-kindergartens. The older children are supported by Community in Schools as well as the Big Brother / Big Sister Program. Wiley is proud to have Evonik as our special community business partner. This company supports our school financially and by providing volunteers.
Wiley's School Song
Students, Staff, and Parents
Wiley eagles soar above the skies, Proudly flying as our spirits rise. Faithful friends for ever young or old, We'll remember Wiley Blue and Gold. Wiley students reach the highest star. Wiley teachers, they're the best by far. Learn each year and honor ev'ry rule, Ev'rybody cheer for Wiley School.