Bright Future: ACCS junior takes technology to new level for school

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, May 20, 2015

NATCHEZ — Michael Wilson uses his web-design knowledge to make local websites a better experience for area residents.

Wilson, 18, who is a junior at Adams County Christian School, performs most of the networking duties throughout the school — including developing the school’s website.



“We are always improving our technology,” ACCS Head master David King said. “Michael is a big help to us. He has outstanding talents in the tech field and he loves his school.”

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Wilson took over the duties of designing the ACCS website more than a year ago when a problem occurred on the original website.

Since the redesign of the website, ACCS implemented an email newsletter, which Wilson writes.

“Michael and I meet almost every day to go over the website,” King said. “He’s one of those behind-the-scene guys who have an outstanding ability. Designing the website is great experience for him, but it’s also beneficial to us.”

However, Wilson’s love for technology spans beyond the grounds of his beloved school.

Wilson owns and operates Wilson Web Services, where he has created websites for small businesses and organizations.

Wilson has also constructed websites for non-profit organizations including Home With Heroes Inc. and Red Neck Adventures.

“I’ve always been into computers,” Wilson said. “Although I enjoy the outdoors, I’ve never been an outside, play-in-the-woods type of guy.”

After spending much of his time online at an early age, Wilson began creating his own websites for sport.

“I started fiddling back and forth — learning code,” Wilson said.

Wilson said ACCS’ newly developed website has been well received among teachers and students who visit it daily.

“One of my main priorities I made for the website is for it to be responsive,” Wilson said. “That means whatever size screen you look at that website on, it’s going to conform to that screen so you won’t have to zoom around on your phone.”

Wilson has no complications managing his web services and attending school.

“It’s not a really large business yet, so they usually don’t interfere with each other,” Wilson said. “Hopefully the business grows since I’m graduating next year.”

For more information regarding Wilson’s web designs, visit

To view ACCS’ website, visit