In the U.S. News & World Report’s 2020 rankings of the best high schools, West Campus is #1 in Sacramento Metro Area and #19 in California — that’s out of more than 2,600 California high schools!
Our school scored 99.08 out of 100, marking an improvement from last year’s ranking of #32 in the state to #19 this year.
We are extremely happy to announce that West Campus has been selected to participate in the 2020-21 Amazon Future Engineer program to help expand computer science education at our school!
Be sure to check back here periodically. We will add to this list as we receive additional information from teachers. Not all teachers are communicating their assignments through this site; students might receive assignments directly from their teachers.
West Campus High School will begin the 2020-2021 school year with full distance learning. For more details about the announcement from Sacramento City Unified School District (SCUSD), click here to read the announcement posted July 15, 2020. (It is available in multiple languages.)
We look forward to the day we can safely welcome the West Campus community back to campus! Stay strong, be safe, and keep learning, Warriors!
West Campus Community:
Our school hosted several virtual events to celebrate the Class of 2020. In case you missed them, the videos are still posted for your viewing pleasure:
Sacramento City Teachers Association (SCTA) is proud to announce its 2019-20 scholarship winners!
Of all the scholarships that SCTA is awarding this year, West Campus High School is the school with the largest number of winners, claiming 9 of the 37 scholarships, including the largest scholarship, for which only one student from the entire region was selected.
Congratulations to these graduating seniors for earning the following SCTA scholarships:
Amazing news: West Campus junior Simone Johnson has accepted a full-ride scholarship to CSU Bakersfield!
Congratulations to our star student-athlete! You are making us proud, Simone!!
Attention Class of 2021:
The Sacramento City College Fall schedule is out and available on their website; however, we expect space to be limited because they are only offering online classes.
The registration procedure will be different than usual.
High school students have lower priority for enrollment, so we must wait while students with higher priority register before us. In the meantime…