2021-22 School Profile
Westhill High School
- 125 Roxbury Road, Stamford CT 06902
- Phone: 203-977-4223 | Fax: 203-324-4477
- CEEB Code: 070751
- Website: https://www.stamfordpublicschools.org/westhill-high-school
- Mr. Michael Rinaldi, Principal
- Mr. Robert Ayala, Assistant Principal
- Ms. Claudia Obas-LeGare, Assistant Principal
- Mr. Peter Rinaldi, Assistant Principal
- Mr. PJ Wax, Assistant Principal
- Mr. Richard Cerone, Athletic Director
- Mr.Juan Pazmino, Dean of Students
- Ms. Paola Ochoa (DH)
- Ms. Mindy Midy
- Mr. Joseph Andrews
- Mr. Spiro Milas
- Ms. Ashley Katz
- Mrs. Christine Mitchell
- Mrs. Melissa Dunsmore
- Ms. Kathryn Devine
- Mr. Aland Joseph
- Mr. Thomas Stepkoski
- Mr. Mark Marchesani
- Ms. Tye Bell
Westhill High School (WHS) is a comprehensive public high school serving 2304 students in grades 9-12, 532 seniors, and over 150 teachers. WHS is accredited most recently in 2017 by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. WHS has approximate per-pupil spending of $18,756. WHS offers an optional senior internship during the fourth quarter of the senior year. The school offers 29 athletic programs in the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference (FCIAC) and approximately 50 student clubs.
Stamford is located in Fairfield County in southwestern Connecticut and is the second-largest city in the state with 129,113 residents. It is located approximately 35 miles from New York City and is a business and corporate center. There are two comprehensive public high schools, one magnet high school, one tech high school, one private high school.
CORE VALUES AND BELIEFS
Westhill High School Core Values
- Westhill High School values learning because it promotes academic excellence, civic responsibility, and personal growth. Our school encourages students to think creatively, work collaboratively, reason critically, and communicate effectively in order to be prepared for higher education and success in the 21st century.
Expectations & Beliefs about Student Learning:
- All students have opportunities to acquire, analyze, and apply knowledge.
- All students have opportunities to be creative.
- All students have opportunities to engage in collaborative work. All students have opportunities to engage in critical thinking. All students have opportunities to engage in communication.