Welcome to Westview!
Westview was established in August 2002 with a freshman and sophomore student body. A comprehensive, four-year secondary school, Westview operates on a “4 x 4” block schedule in which students attend three or four classes each day. Each class meets an average of 82 minutes per day. There are two 18-week terms, which are divided into four 9-week quarters. Three days each week, students attend a 15-minute homeroom period, and two days each week students may attend a 28-minute tutorial period. Upon graduation, students who enter as freshmen can earn 320 credits over four years. In order to earn credits in a class, students must first pass the State and district standards identified for the class. Freshmen, sophomores and juniors are required to carry 60 credits per year. The “4 x 4” block schedule allows Westview students to enroll in a wide array of academic and elective courses.
Core ValuesRespect Your Learning
Respect Each Other
Respect This Place
MissionWestview is a thriving learning community to which all members feel connected. At Westview, high academic and personal standards are established, accessed and achieved by all members through collaboration, meaningful activities, and ongoing, comprehensive evaluation. The culture of Westview is one of respectful communication and interdependence while still celebrating the uniqueness of the individual.
VisionCreating culture and conditions to empower world-class learners.
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Westview graduates will be:
Critical Thinkers Who:
- Successfully, acquire, analyze, organize and apply information.
- Develop and express creative ideas and solutions.
- Examine moral, ethical, and cultural issues from multiple perspectives.
- Integrate and synthesize information across disciplines.
- Demonstrate growth in higher-level thinking skills.
- Commit to high academic and personal standards.
- Understand the importance of new experiences and continual education.
- Work well collaboratively in culturally and organizationally diverse settings.
- Understand and appreciate their roles and responsibilities in a global society.
- Acknowledge and are accountable for their actions and choices.
- Demonstrate respect, trustworthiness, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship.
- Recognize the impact of human activities on the environment, and their role in its protection.
- Understand the choices necessary to develop a healthy lifestyle.
- Listen and communicate well in written, verbal and nonverbal modes.
- Understand and use technology in communication.
- Show respect for diverse perspectives.
- Research, create and evaluate in written, verbal and nonverbal modes.
- Use communication skills to resolve conflicts through positive alternatives.
Mr. Ernie Remillard
Mr. Craig Bowden
Ms. Teri Heard
Ms. Shannon Parker
Mr. Steve McLaughlin
Mr. DJ Sosnowski
Ms. Alisa Berner