There will be a parent/athlete meeting taking place on Tuesday, November 19 at 7 pm in the cafeteria at Riverton High School for any student interested in participating in wrestling during the 19-20 season. 

This past Saturday, Williamsville and Vandalia were competitors on the field in the IHSA football playoffs. Following the game, there was a tragic automobile crash that claimed the lives of four members of the Vandals Community. As a way to help support the town of Vandalia during this difficult time, the Williamsville-Sherman School District will be donating all gate profits from athletic events this week in memory of the four lives lost on Saturday. In addition to these donations, there will be collection boxes as well where people can donate additional money that will be combined with the gate profit from each game. We hope that this small gesture will help in the road to recovery for Vandalia. Additional questions regarding this effort can be directed to Williamsville Athletic Director, Adam Eucker, or Williamsville Superintendent Tip Reedy.

The Max Card Dollars for Education program has begun again and runs until December 31, 2019.  It is designed to aid local schools simply by shopping with the Max Card!  Each Max Card shopper must fill out a shopper registration form (see attachment) and return it to a store (Sherman County Market).  Participants can also log on to and click on the banner labeled "Max $ sign up" (all cards must be registered again even if they were registered last year).  Please register your max card today.  The more shoppers that designate WHS, the better chance we have at earning a $5000 check.

Williamsville High School has had a Tradition of Excellence in both academics and athletics since its inception in 1889. We have celebrated this tradition and the accomplishments of the students and staff of WHS in many ways over the years. Beginning this school year, we will have one more way to celebrate as well.

We are pleased to announce the creation of the Williamsville Hall of Fame beginning this school year. This joint effort between Williamsville High School and the Williamsville Sports Boosters aims to recognize the past achievements of individuals, teams, activities, clubs, and organizations that have excelled and left a lasting impact during their time at WHS.

Nominations will be open starting today (August 23, 2019), and can be submitted until 11:59 pm on Tuesday, December 31, 2019. The inaugural Hall of Fame class will be announced early in 2020 and will be recognized at a banquet and ceremony in the Spring of 2020. Individuals, teams, activities, clubs, or organizations who meet the following criteria can be nominated for the Class of 2020:

    1) Teams that participated and excelled in Williamsville High School activities, clubs, or organizations. Eligibility begins five (5) years after graduation.

    2) Individuals that participated and excelled in Williamsville High School sport, activities, clubs, or organizations. Eligibility begins five (5) years after graduation. Individuals must have earned varsity letters in the         partic ticipating sport for at least two (2) years to be considered. Individuals must also have graduated from Williamsville High School.

       - If an individual competed and excelled in a sport or activity not offered by Williamsville at the time of enrollment, Hall of Fame consideration can occur due to special circumstances (i.e. collegiate or professional     levels)

    3) Any past Williamsville Coach or Administrative Staff member.

    4) Those who have meritoriously served the district and/or loyal friends of Williamsville.

Additional information concerning the selection process can be found in the Hall of Fame by-laws on the Williamsville High School Athletic Department homepage.

We are extremely excited about this new endeavor and encourage you to participate by submitting a nomination today! You can submit a nomination by visiting this link:

If you would like any additional information regarding the Williamsville Hall of Fame, you can contact Athletic Director Adam Eucker at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or Booster Club President Jeff Carter at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


In an effort to make the experience more enjoyable for all fans at Bullet Varsity Football games, Williamsville High School does not allow the saving and/or marking of seats prior to the gates opening at Paul Jenkins Field. All seating within the stadium is general admission and will be available on a first come first serve basis when gates open one hour prior to the scheduled kickoff time. Any and all materials placed on the bleachers prior to the opening of the gates on game day will be removed and confiscated. If you have any questions regarding this policy, please contact the athletic department at Williamsville High School.

Bullets TV returns in 2019-2020 and will once again be your exclusive home for Bullets Football, Lady Bullets Volleyball, Bullets Basketball, and Lady Bullets Basketball on the NFHS Network. This school year you will not only get access to broadcasts of your favorite Bullet games, but you will also get access to over 160 games from the Sangamo Conference as well. You can start your subscription by going to the Bullets TV homepage at

Bullets TV Flyer

The Williamsville CUSD 15 Athletic Department is proud to announce that four teams and activities from the 2018-2019 Spring season have been awarded the IHSA Team Academic Achievement Award. This brings the total for the 18-19 school year to sixteen teams and activities who have earned this award with an overall GPA average of 3.70.

In order to be eligible for this award, a team must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher and have a minimum number of students participate on that particular team or activity, as set forth by the IHSA. All sixteen teams at Williamsville High School that were eligible during the school year for this award, achieved this mark of academic success. The bar has always been set high at Williamsville High School in terms of success for both academics and athletics. We are proud that this group of student athletes has carried on this tradition of excellence.


Baseball: 3.59

Boys’ Track and Field: 3.62

Softball: 3.69

Girls’ Soccer: 3.74


Competitive Cheerleading: 3.54

Boys’ Basketball: 3.61

Music: 3.72

Girls’ Basketball: 3.88

Scholastic Bowl: 4.05


Boys Soccer: 3.39

Football: 3.54

Boys Golf: 3.61

Boys Cross Country: 3.63

Volleyball: 3.80

Girls Cross Country: 3.86

Girls Golf: 3.86

Williamsville High School has been named to the College Board’s 9th Annual AP® District Honor Roll. The Honor Roll recognizes 373 school districts in the U.S. and Canada that have increased access to AP coursework while maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP Exams.  We’re proud to have been named to the College Board’s 9th Annual AP® District Honor Roll for our efforts to expand access to AP coursework and improve student performance on AP Exams. Congratulations to our students and staff.
For more information regarding the AP District Honor Roll follow the link provided.

Seven WHS musicians were selected for ILMEA All-State Ensembles this year. This is the highest honor a student-musician can receive in our state. It is only through years of hard work and dedication to musicianship that this highest level of achievement is possible. It is a credit to the students and all of those that support them that they have progressed to this point. They will all participate in a 3-day state festival in late January and perform in ensembles with the best student musicians from around the state. Please help us in offering them congratulations!

All-State Band
Athena Welander, junior, flute
Lizzie Bleyer, junior, clarinet

All-State Jazz Band
Jacob Hinds, sophomore, trombone
Tommy Sagins, junior, drums

All-State Honors Chorus
Morgan Fleck, senior
Samantha Mool, senior

All-State Chorus
Hunter Pierce, junior

The FFA got 2nd place in the Prairieland FS Growing our Future Grant. We won $2,500. The CEO came and presented a check to the FFA.

Check Presentation









Group Picture Check Presentation









FFA Check Presentation

Williamsville High School
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Williamsville, IL 62693

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Williamsville Junior High School
Grades 6-8

500 S. Walnut St.
Williamsville, IL 62693

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Grade 5
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Williamsville, IL 62693

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Sherman, IL 62684

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Williamsville, IL 62693

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