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Westhill High School

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from Dr. Tamu Lucero, Superintendent.

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OFCE

Office of Family and Community Engagement

Career Pathways

Workplace Learning & Apprenticeships

District Strategic Plan

2022-2027 SPS District Strategic Planning Process

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Challenge

Westhill Offers Specialized Programs: Agriscience Program, JROTC,  Academy of Finance, Computer Science, Advance Placement (AP), UConn Early College Experience, Health Science Technology Program

These programs open up amazing opportunities for students by concentrating on the student's specific interests and abilities.

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Clubs and Activities

Westhill offers more than 50 clubs and activities to all students. At the Clubs and Activities Fair we have over 900 students signing up for a club of their interest.

Recovery

Westhill Staff along with Community Partners visited students and their families over the summer at their homes to prepare them for the school year. Over 100 families were visited.

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Westhill Boys Tennis takes FCIACS Gold

For the first time since 1978 the Westhill Boys varsity Tennis Team took home gold at the Fairfield County Interscholastic Conference known as FCIACS.

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Westhill teacher on a Fulbright Distinguished Award in Research

Ruth Walden, an English teacher, will be in Glasgow, Scotland on a Fulbright Distinguished Award in Research.  For six months Ms. Walden  will study at the University of Glasgow (one of 24 Russell Group Universities), engage with academics, research the educational initiatives in Scottish State Schools and interface with educational colleagues on global best practices for developing curriculum that engages diverse student populations. Ms. Walden also hopes to speak with the diverse student populations throughout the United Kingdom about educational content that matters to them most; i.e., What do you want to see in your classrooms? This is her second Fulbright as Ms. Walden spent last summer on a Fulbright Hays to Hungary. 

“I feel very honored to have been selected for this award and it wouldn't have been possible without the colleagues that I have here who support me at Westhill and throughout the district.” Ms. Walden.