Wilde Lake Middle School was given a LEED certified Platinum Status in 2017 and is also a net-zero energy school.
LEED is an internationally recognized green building certification system developed by the U.S. Green Building Council. Wilde Lake Middle School is among a small percentage of Howard County and Maryland schools to have earned LEED certification, which recognizes a commitment to environmental sustainability.
Wilde Lake Middle is located in Columbia, Maryland. Wilde Lake Middle was opened in 1969, renovated in 1974 and again in 1998. During the summer of 2009, Wilde Lake Middle went through minor renovations receiving fresh paint inside and out and a few more walls to close off the open spaces. A new building was opened in 2017. Wilde Lake Middle School has a diverse student population and faculty consisting of 543 students and 86 faculty members. The Wilde Lake community is a very active and supportive community, and we are proud of our strong and supportive PTSA and the many business partnerships that we have established.
Wilde Lake Middle School develops learners who take risks, embrace challenges, and make positive contributions in our diverse community.
Wilde Lake Middle School is committed to celebrating our diversity and the development of student and staff strengths.
Set to be complete in January 2017, the new Wilde Lake Middle School will be the first net zero energy school in Maryland. A net zero energy building generates as much energy as it uses over the course of a year as a result of building system efficiencies and on-site renewable energy sources, such as solar power. The new Wilde Lake Middle School is positioned to be the most energy conscious and efficient school in the state, furthering HCPSS’ commitment to environmental sustainability as a support for healthy learning environments.
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With a focus on instruction as a birth-through-graduation continuum, Community Superintendents better position the school system to support students throughout their entire journey with HCPSS. View community superintendents by regional area.
Community Superintendent Area 1: Patrick Saunderson
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WLMS BOE Representative: Jennifer Swickard Mallo