Westfield High School

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Principal's Message

Westfield High School is destined for amazing things in 2015-16. The gifts and talents of our students combined with the dedication and passion of our teachers allows us to follow the path of excellence. Excellence is not the result of a good intention or clever slogan. It is not a vague value that is easily achieved. It comes from a strong, urgent desire to improve how we do things when we see something we can do better. While we celebrate our past success, we know that we can be even better this year. We are working hard to ensure that Westfield High School will be recognized as a top performing school in academics, athletics and student activities. It has been said that: “Tentative efforts lead to tentative outcomes. Therefore give yourself fully to your endeavors. The trials you encounter will introduce you to your strengths. Remain steadfast. . .and one day you will build something worthy of your potential.” As we strive for excellence, we will not be tentative. Westfield High School is a great place to be. I believe that strong community-school relationships are essential to high academic, extra-curricular and athletic achievement. Find any successful school and you will also find parents and community members that are involved and supportive of the school. This community recognizes the value of educational, athletic and extracurricular activities. Therefore, Westfield High School expects our students to excel both inside and outside of the classroom. I hope you are proud of our students as they reflect these expectations through their character, courage, and commitment. Your support is greatly appreciated and remember - IT’S GREAT TO BE A SHAMROCK!

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News and Announcements

WHS Quarterly Newsletter - November 2015
Indoor Rocks Shop Grand Opening
Westfield High School is excited to announce the launch of a new, indoor spirit wear store called the Rocks Shop. Starting on Friday, December 4, the Rocks Shop (located in an adjacent space to the WHS cafeteria) will be open every Friday during lunch from 11:45 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Tickets are now available for the WHS Fall Play, A Nightmare on Union Street
The fall show - a collection of creepy scenes for Halloween will be October 30th at 7pm and October 31st at 2:30pm and is general admission $7 adults, $5 students. Tickets may be purchased on ticketracker at https://ticketracker.com/store/events/316.

There will also be a family-friendly lights-on Halloween party in the LGI that runs concurrently with the show and is $3 general admission for those who do not have tickets to the show. Parents and older kids can go to the show in the auditorium while the little ones are supervised by trained camp counselors in the LGI making crafts, playing games, and trick-or-treating among the student clubs that are participating. Suggested age for the show is 10 and up and younger children ages 5 and up may attend the lights-on Halloween party. All attendees (of the show and of the party) are encouraged to dress in costume.
Rock Shop
We are happy to announce that with the new year and new stadium, we have expanded to our second location at Riverview Health Stadium and a new online store too!
Meet Your Teacher

Meet Your Teacher Katy Harbison
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