Washington Township Schools Foundation
Dr. Rudy Wilson Memorial Scholarship

Dr. Rudy Wilson was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, and attended Crispus Attucks High School. He later earned his Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts in Education from Ball State University, and his Doctor of Education degree from Indiana University Bloomington.

Dr. Wilson was the first African American administrator in Washington Township and held numerous leadership roles within the Washington Township School district throughout his career, including serving as a principal at both Westlane Junior High School and Northview Junior High School, and an assistant principal at North Central High School.

As a beloved educator and a sharp, dedicated administrator, Dr. Wilson spent his career striving to assist students inside and outside of the classroom. He inspired others to work hard, focus on their education, and do the right thing. He took pride in developing students and faculty to fulfill their aspirations, influencing and mentoring students and associates to further their academic goals.

Your contributions will help carry on Dr. Wilson’s legacy of fostering the educational success of Washington Township students who show a commitment to academic excellence while positively contributing to the student body and the local community.

Donations can be made using the form below or checks, made payable to “Washington Township Schools Foundation” with “Rudy Wilson Memorial Scholarship” in the memo, can be sent to the Washington Township Schools Foundation, 8550 Woodfield Crossing Blvd, Indianapolis, IN 46240.

Dr. Rudy Wilson
December 21, 1932 – January 17, 2023