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newSTUDENTS AT WESTVIEW

If you were not able to attend the "2015 Back to School Night", CLICK HERE to watch a brief video to see some of the options that exist for the  students at Westview.

newPSAT REGISTRATION IS AVAILABLE FOR ALL 9TH AND 11TH GRADE STUDENTS.

You can register in the Finance Office for $18 (cash or check)or you can also go online to the Webstore (credit/debit card). The PSAT test will be given on October 14th. Registration is on a first come first served basis. The Registration deadline is October 9th.

newALL 10TH GRADE STUDENTS WILL BE  AUTOMATICALLY REGISTERED FOR THE PSAT.

The assessment if free of charge for all PUSD 10th grade students. Click HERE for more information.

newIN EFFORTS TO KEEP OUR COMMUNITY SAFE!

Westview has an active partnership with San Diego Police Department.  Click here to read more.

newCALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION C.S.F.

C.S.F is a non-profit organization that recognizes outstanding scholarly achievement. Applications for the FALL 2015 term, are based on grades from Spring 2015.  Bring in your application to Room G-116 on Fridays at lunch from September 4--September 25.  For more information and an application, CLICK HERE

newSTART SMART DRIVING CLASS FOR JR'S & SR'S!

NEXT CLASS:  Wednesday, September 2nd from 6-8 in the Westview Theatre.  Click here to sign up. Junior & Senior students who wish to park in the Westview student parking lot are required to have a Westview Parking Permit.  To receive a Westview Student Parking Permit the student and parent must attend a Start Smart Driving Program.

NEED SOME HELP WITH YOUR CLASSES?TUTORING IS AVAILABLE!

CLICK HERE for all your tutoring information.  CLICK HERE for your tutoring Online Request.

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   7:30AM - 4:00PM

MISSION STATEMENT

Westview 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 each individual.

COLLECTIVE COMMITMENTS

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ENROLLMENT PROCEDURES

IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS

The Wolverine Way

 

Westview graduates will be:

Critical Thinkers Who:

  • Successfully, acquire, analyze, organize & apply information.
  • Develop & express creative ideas & solutions
  • Examine moral, ethical, & cultural issues from multiple perspectives.
  • Integrate & synthesize information across disciplines.
  • Demonstrate growth in higher-level thinking skills.

Accomplished Lifelong Learners Who:

  • Commit to high academic & personal standards.
  • Understand the importance of new experiences & continual education.
  • Work well collaboratively in culturally & organizationally diverse settings.

Responsible Citizens Who:

  • Understand & appreciate their roles & responsibilities in a global society.
  • Acknowledge & are accountable for their actions & choices.
  • Demonstrate respect, trustworthiness, responsibility, fairness, caring & citizenship.
  • Recognize the impact of human activities on the environment, & their role in its protection.
  • Understand the choices necessary to develop a healthy lifestyle.

Effective Communicators Who:

  • Listen & communicate well in written, verbal & nonverbal modes.
  • Understand & use technology in communication.
  • Show respect for diverse perspectives.
  • Research, create, & evaluate in written, verbal & nonverbal modes.
  • Use communication skills to resolve conflicts through positive alternatives.

Page Updated: September 02, 2015
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