// // //

College and Career Planning Night–Grade 11

Dec 06, 2016 No Comments by

On December 5th, the WHS Counselors, along with Carroll Easterday, Director of College & Career Readiness, hosted the Grade 11 College and Career Planning Night.  Mrs. Easterday presented Finding Your Fit: Career Development and Crafting Your College Search. She discussed what students should be considering when beginning their college search, as well as what factors are […]

Uncategorized Read more

College Application Book

Dec 02, 2016 Comments Off by

The 2018 College Application Book is being revealed at the Grade 11 College Night!  This year, the book comes in two different formats: WHS 2018 College Application Book–Mobile Version WHS 2018 College Application Book–Print Version

Uncategorized Read more

WHS Hosts AP/ACP Information WebEx

Nov 21, 2016 Comments Off by

On November 17th, our counselors presented an online webinar to discuss the value of AP and ACP, and what students can expect from these college-level classes.  Details regarding how Advanced Placement (AP) and Advance College Project (ACP) classes differ, how these courses can benefit students, and how students can earn college credit through AP and ACP […]

Uncategorized Read more

Grades 9/10: Pathway to Success

Oct 14, 2016 Comments Off

The WHS Counseling department hosted the 9/10 Pathway to Success program in mid October.  This program featured a major presentation by Director of College and Career Readiness, Mrs. Carroll Easterday, followed by multiple breakout sessions.  Below are the links to the different presentations. Pathways to Success–Main Presentation AP Capstone Diploma College Readiness Navigating High School […]

Read more

Financial Aid Web Ex Presentation

Sep 26, 2016 Comments Off

The WHS Counseling Staff conducted a 45 minute Web-Ex on the topic:  Understanding Financial Aid.  Topics discussed included: What is Financial Aid? How do I use the Net Price Calculator? Understanding the different Loans available for my student Taking a look at the FAFSA, including the NEW earlier FAFSA Launch FAQ’s To listen to the […]

Read more

October 1st SAT at WHS–Testing Information

Sep 21, 2016 Comments Off

Westfield High School SAT Information Saturday, October 1, 2016   Students taking the SAT on October 1, 2016 at Westfield High School should plan to arrive between 7:30-7:45 AM. Testing instructions will begin promptly at 8:00 AM.  Once instructions are completed and testing begins, the doors will be closed and you may not enter the […]

Read more

Senior Meeting: The College Application Process

Aug 12, 2016 Comments Off

Members of the Class of 2017 gathered  to learn about the college application process.  Students will be using Naviance to report their application status, request transcripts, and request letters of recommendation.  To view the senior meeting presentation Click Here College Visit Request Form      

Read more

School Begins August 9th….Are You Ready?

Aug 01, 2016 Comments Off

The 2016-17 school year begins for WHS students on Tuesday, August 9th.  As we count down the days of summer, we certainly hope that students find time to relax and have some fun before starting the brand new year.  All incoming freshman students, and students new to Westfield High School are encouraged to attend a […]

Read more

College Admission Boot Camp–Class of 2017

Apr 13, 2016 Comments Off

DATE: Boot Camp is Tuesday, June 7th – Thursday, June 9th, 2016 TIME: 8:30 a.m. –  3:00 p.m. WHERE: In the WHS Learning Center Fee: $130.00 (Waiver available for students who meet income guidelines) This three day workshop provides students with guidance to gain critical understanding of the college admissions process.  College Admission ‘Boot Camp’ […]

Read more

2016 Summer School Registration

Apr 11, 2016 Comments Off

Registration for Summer School courses through Indiana Online Academy (IOA) is now available at www.indianaonlineacademy.org through June 2nd.  Summer is a great time for students to take courses to either get ahead or to retake classes for a higher grade.  Students can take up to two credits during the summer, and there is no cost to you. Attached […]

Read more