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JEL Open House

Nov 17, 2015 Comments Off on JEL Open House

J. Everett Light will be hosting it’s annual Open House for the 2016-17 school year.  The Open House will be held December 10th from 5:30-7:30 p.m.  This event is open to current 10th and 11th grade students, and your attendance his highly encouraged if you are planning to take a JEL class next year.  J. […]

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College & Career Planning Night–Grades 9 & 10

Oct 16, 2015 Comments Off on College & Career Planning Night–Grades 9 & 10

On October 7, our counseling staff held an “Academic Planning for College & Career Readiness” program for grade 9 & 10 students and parents. Carroll Easterday kicked off the evening with a discussion about mapping your plan for the future and what it takes to be college and career ready.  We then broke into grade level small […]

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Join the Mayor’s Youth Council

Mar 05, 2015 Comments Off on Join the Mayor’s Youth Council

Students looking for an excellent leadership opportunity are encouraged to apply for the Westfield Mayor’s Youth Council.  The mission of this group is to encourage and guide Westfield’s youth to be integral parts of their city’s community through civic leadership, community service, and personal development.  To participate, complete the application below. Westfield Youth Council Application

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Announcing the Shamrock Speaker Series: Celebrity Visionaries

Nov 13, 2014 Comments Off on Announcing the Shamrock Speaker Series: Celebrity Visionaries

WHS students have an incredible opportunity to listen and interact with local professionals.  You won’t want to miss this captivating and credible series.  All students are able to attend one, two, or all three of the speaker sessions during 6th Period.  The speaker sessions will be held in the Learning Center on November 18th, 19th, […]

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Grade 9 College Planning Night

Oct 28, 2014 Comments Off on Grade 9 College Planning Night

On Monday, October 13th, the WHS Counseling Center hosted a Grade 9 College Night for students and parents.  Those in attendance learned more about academic planning and the link to college readiness.  Some of the questions discussed included: What does it mean to be college and career ready? What do I do now to increase […]

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October 15: PSAT and SAT School Day

Oct 09, 2014 Comments Off on October 15: PSAT and SAT School Day

Please Review this Important Announcement:

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Naviance Family Connection: What it’s all About

Sep 24, 2014 Comments Off on Naviance Family Connection: What it’s all About

Naviance is a one-stop shop for all students and parents in the world of preparing for college and career readiness.  Every student in the district, grades 7-12, have a Naviance account, and have been introduced to Naviance this year.  In September, Westfield Washington School District hosted a Naviance Night at the high school for parents, […]

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2014 College Admission Boot Camp

Jun 06, 2014 Comments Off on 2014 College Admission Boot Camp

It has been 3 days of intense work as 30 members of the class of 2015 enter and graduate from the 2014 College Admission Boot Camp.  These students have worked tirelessly in getting a jump on the college application process, by working with their counselors, English teacher Ms. Grinnage, Director of College Readiness Carroll Easterday, […]

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WHS to host SAT School Day for Class of 2015

May 13, 2014 Comments Off on WHS to host SAT School Day for Class of 2015

For the second year, the College Board has granted Westfield High School with a unique opportunity to officially administer the SAT on a school day. This test administration is provided specifically for the Class of 2015.  Westfield is one of the few high schools in the state of Indiana to offer the SAT to its […]

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ACP Application Now Online

Apr 24, 2014 Comments Off on ACP Application Now Online

Attention Students taking ACP Classes in the 2014-2015 School Year  ACP classes are offered as dual credit courses through Indiana University, meaning you can take the courses for both high school and college credit.  (Please note that these are NOT Advance Placement (AP) courses.)  It is not mandatory that students take the ACP course for […]

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