In a unanimous vote at its Feb. 24 meeting, the Westlake Board of Education – upon the recommendation of Superintendent Dr. Scott Goggin – approved Westlake's membership into the Great Lakes Conference (GLC) starting in the 2021 school year.
A field trip to a local software company opened the doors to Westlake High School students to learn about coding and information technology (IT) opportunities straight from industry professionals.
Westlake High School has three National Merit Finalists. Seniors Seohyun Choi, Teagan Walsh and Eric Kronz are among 15,000 students to achieve Finalist standing in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Every Wednesday, Dover Intermediate School students kick off their day working on academic interventions, addressing social/emotional needs or participating in enrichment activities like yoga and music during WIN (What I Need) Day.
Dover Intermediate School students are in the middle of the first Mousetrap Interschool Design Challenge with two neighboring schools.
Eleven years ago, Dover Elementary School launched the Helping Hands program, matching typical peers with students with disabilities to offer peer tutoring, role modeling and participation in social skill activities.
That program is continuing at Westlake Elementary School, and this school year Dover Intermediate School (DIS) Intervention Specialists Emma McHugh and Kerry Brickman launched the program at the intermediate school.
The Westlake City School District is hosting an excess equipment auction of items from our now closed elementary buildings. Access the Public Surplus site through our homepage, click on Departments, then Business Affairs, then Equipment Auction.
The Westlake High School Academic Challenge Team finished 10th in the nation out of 171 competing schools in the Questions Unlimited Fall 3-2-1 National Tournament.
Westlake City School District is among the districts recognized by the State Board of Education for achieving high performance, outstanding progress and momentum for students.
The Westlake Board of Education approved the 2020-2021 Academic Calendar at its Nov. 25 meeting.