West Campus sophomore Lucy Huang has been selected by USA Swimming to the 2018-19 Scholastic All America Team!
To earn the title of Scholastic All American, Lucy had to meet the 2018 Winter Junior time standards in the pool while maintaining a minimum 3.5 GPA at school.
Balancing sports and academics is no easy task, and we are extremely proud of our scholar-athletes at West Campus. Congratulations to Lucy on this achievement, as well as her coaches and family for their support.
West Campus Recognized for Sending Students to College
Five West Campus grads featured in Sacramento Bee video
West Campus has been recognized as one of the Sacramento area schools that send the most graduates to college.
“Not surprisingly, schools located in wealthier areas are much more likely to send a higher proportion of graduates to college… But some schools in economically disadvantaged areas punch above their weight, particularly Sacramento Charter High and West Campus, both located in South Sacramento.”
Be proud: In the U.S. News & World Report’s latest rankings of the best high schools, West Campus is #1 in Sacramento Metro Area and #32 in California — that’s out of more than 2,000 California high schools! Congratulations, Warriors!!
On Friday, September 13th, 16 wonderful Warriors attended the HBCU (Historically Black Colleges & Universities) College Expo, hosted by U-CAN. Students received information from more than 30 schools from across the country and were also fortunate to learn more about HBCU partnerships with universities in London, England.
Several West Campus seniors also earned admission to HBCUs on the spot! Our students are driven to excellence, and we are happy to support their endeavors.
Solana Torres-Pepito continues to make us proud! A West Campus graduate (Class of 2019), Solana is now a freshman at Bowdoin College in Maine. Before leaving Sacramento, she was recognized by Bank of America for her passion for serving the community: She and three other local students were invited to participate in Bank of America’s 2019 Student Leaders program.
This afternoon, from 12:00-3:00pm, administrators met with student leaders and a wonderful parent to discuss some concerns about the 2019-2020 dress code and how staff can enforce the dress code with dignity and respect for our students. Students were challenged with the task to 1). Understand the importance of gender-inclusive language when creating changes to the dress code 2). Provide clear and measurable ways to enforce the dress code 3). Provide clear and sustainable policies/consequences for dress code infractions.
It’s college visit season!
Be sure to check the College Readiness Events page of the West Campus website in order to learn about events that might interest you. Check back periodically to see if new events have been scheduled.
The parking lot nearest the West Campus front office is now reserved for students and visitors (including parents and guardians). The back lot is for staff only, during the school day. This new arrangement became necessary with the completion of our new STEM Building.
In order to maintain pedestrian safety, we no longer allow vehicles to drive between the STEM Building and our main building.
There are no changes to the morning drop-off or afternoon pick-up arrangements.