The holiday season is something most students (and staff members) look forward to because it means fun, friends, family, food, celebrations and so much more. However, just like everything else this year, COVID-19 is going to drastically change the way we all approach the upcoming holidays.
The Westlake City School District is proud to announce that its director of business affairs, Dave Kocevar, was recently recognized as the 2019-2020 Educational Administrator of the Year by the Educational Office Professionals of Ohio (EOPO).
The Westlake City School District would like to congratulate all of our fall student-athletes and coaches for their dedication and effort during a season like no other. It was difficult but everyone stepped up to the challenge, and did so with a positive attitude.
Westlake Demons Athletic Boosters (WDAB) is thrilled to share its second annual Veterans Day Flag Display at Westlake High School. Athletic teams from Westlake High School and Lee Burneson Middle School, along with WDAB, have each planted a flag in honor of an American Veteran for a total of 27 flags.
Macy Sinreich, senior at Westlake High School was recently named a semifinalist in the 2021 National Merit® Scholarship Program. She joins only 16,000 students nationwide to receive the honor.
The first ever Westlake High School Technology & Engineering Department Modern Egg Drop contest was held in Westlake High School's rotunda.
Westlake City Schools would like to congratulate Rahul Jain for being named a semifinalist in the 2021 National Merit® Scholarship Program. As a semifinalist, he ranks in the top 1% of all high school students nationwide. To continue on in the National Merit Scholarship Program, Rahul must submit a finalist application. If he is one of the 15,000 chosen to be a finalist, he will be eligible for more than $31 million in scholarship awards.
Luke is one of five Westlake High School students to be recognized as semifinalists in the 2021 National Merit® Scholarship Program, an annual academic competition for recognition and college undergraduate scholarships. Only 16,000 students of the more than 1.5 million who took the 2019 PSAT/NMSQT qualifying test earn semifinalists status, putting Luke in the top 1% of students nationwide!
Zain Abbas, a sixth-grade student at Westlake's Dover Intermediate School, was selected to join the Scholastic Kids Press program for the 2020-2021 academic year. Abbas applied for the program as a fifth-grader as a part of an enrichment opportunity offered by fifth grade language arts teacher Donna Dieterich. Abbas was one of 45 students chosen for the program this year. The Scholastic Kids Press program includes students, ages 10-14, from around the world who are assigned to write "news for kids, by kids."
The Westlake City School District is proud to announce that 10 students at Westlake High School have been recognized in the 2021 National Merit® Scholarship Program, an annual academic competition for recognition and college undergraduate scholarships.
LBMS students and their families will have the option to run or walk 1-3 miles to support kindness, positivity and mental health. Whether using a treadmill, running laps around your house or walking up and down the street, share photos of your activities using #WestlakeKindnessRun!
On Monday, September 14, the Westlake City School District will open our doors to our students by utilizing our Hybrid model. You should have received emails from your building principals with information specific to your student.
Revised 2020-2021 Academic Calendar
The Westlake City School District will follow the recommendation from our Board of Health and plan to open our schools remotely.