Save the date! Our school’s biggest fundraising event of the year is happening Saturday, March 28, from 6-10 p.m. at the Sacramento Turn Verein, located in East Sacramento. All West Campus families and their friends are invited to this fun adults-only event. Stay tuned for ticket prices and details!
Bid on auction items and enjoy great food and drink while you visit with old and new friends from our campus community. Every dollar raised at the gala pays for programs and supplies that our school budget is unable to cover.
We need you!
3349 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95816
A huge congrats to our Boys and Girls Cross Country team for defending the GSL XC title yesterday, October 30, 2019. Thank you, Coach Kevin Clancy, Coach Tracie Podnesik, and our student athletes for your commitment to our team and school.
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!!
2nd Annual Black College Expo
Presented by National College Resources Foundation
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2nd-annual-sacramento-black-college-expo-tickets-63937825758
EVERYONE is welcome…Open to students of ALL ages.
High school seniors and juniors and college transfer students: Meet one-on-one with top Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and a variety of other colleges and universities, including CSUs, UCs, and community colleges.
6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95819
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.
We are so proud of the Varsity Boys Cross Country team for a huge victory at the Wildfire Invitational in Forest Hill on October 5th! Thank you to our families and coaches, Kevin Clancy and Tracie Podsednik, for your dedication and support.
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.
Please remember that online orders can be accepted for Dutch Mill flower bulbs through December 1, 2019. Buyers purchase directly via this link, and the orders will be shipped directly to the address they provide. Orders usually ship out within 48 hours of when the order is placed.
The Class of 2022 will keep 50% of the proceeds, which will help fund our graduation. Thank you very much for helping to support our class!!
It’s that time of year… See’s chocolates make great holiday gifts! Please see a sophomore to place your order.
Sophomores, please submit your order form and payment for See’s Candies by December 3rd. Thanks for doing your part to help raise funds for Class of 2022’s graduation!
Seniors! If you are able to volunteer at the the annual California International Marathon event in early December, please fill out a survey here or on the class Remind. We need your help to raise money for the end-of-senior-year events.
Planning for our school’s most important fundraiser of the year (to be held March 28, 2020) is underway. Every dollar raised at the gala pays for programs and supplies that the West Campus budget is unable to cover.
Please consider lending your time and talent to this effort. The next gala planning meeting is Tuesday, January 7, at 6 p.m. at Cafe Dantorels in Curtis Park, 2700 24th St. 95818.
2700 24th St.
Sacramento, CA 95818
On Oct. 8th, Girls Who Code started meeting every other Tuesday after school in Room 73.
This afterschool club is for girls to explore coding in a fun and friendly environment.
Girls Who Code is on a mission to close the gender gap in technology and to change the image of what a programmer looks like and does.