Windsor Activities Mission and Goal
To inspire our students by instilling pride and fostering success through character based life lessons.
To teach our students character and life lessons through participation in our programs and prepare them for life as an adult. Our activities are an extension of our classrooms where kids are taught our core values.
Why We Play: Gains Beyond Winning
Ask the question why do we play? What was the original reason we wanted our kids to play?
We Are Windsor
Our mission is to inspire our students by instilling pride and fostering success through character based life lessons. Our goal is to teach our students character and life lessons through participation in our programs and prepare them for life as an adult. Activities are an extension of the classroom where kids are taught our core values
Participating in our programs will provide opportunities that contribute to student growth and help equip them with tools to be a successful adult. Participating in our programs will provide opportunities to be part of once in a lifetime bonds and something special, scholarships, collegiate sports, etc… are a byproduct, less than 3% of Seniors across the nation participate yearly in college programs. The reason for participating in extracurricular activities is not to produce hundreds of college athletes but to produce millions of quality citizens.
We Are Windsor
Success is… Gains Beyond Winning and maximizing our students potential as young adults.
Only one team wins the state title in their respective divisions, if we don’t win it then something must still be gained from the experience. What will that be? It must be a positive experience for our kids, where they learn character based life lessons that will help them later in life.
Commitment to Character
Rising from the Mississippi
Reared against the sky
Proudly stands Windsor High School
As the years roll by.
Forward ever be our watchword,
Conquer and Prevail.
Hail to thee our Alma Mater,
Windsor High School, Hail!
Windsor High School maintains membership in the Missouri State High School Athletic Association (MSHSAA), the Jefferson County Activities Association (JCAA) and the Mississippi Area Football Conference (MAFC). Athletic competition is governed by the rules and regulations of these organizations with the exception of local rules which may be adopted where necessary.
Crystal City Hornets
St. Pius Lancers
St. Vincent Indians
Name – Windsor High School
Mascot – Owls
Colors – Brown and Gold
Founded – 1967
Enrollment – 905 approx.
Students Participating in Athletics – 400 approx.
Sports Offered – 14 varsity sports, cheerleading, dance, fall and winter guard
Conference – Jefferson County Activities Association / Mississippi Area Football Conference
Athletic Director – Jason Naucke