News & Information

Academy Applications are taken on an on-going basis. Check with your counselor to see if space is available.


Upcoming Field Trips: The 10th graders will be visiting the Junior Achievement Finance Park simulation on April 29 from 7:30 am -3:00 pm

Team Building Workshop: May 19 at the Teen Center 8:30 am -1:30 am All Grade Levels

Senior Banquet: May 25 at The North Center banquet room. 6:00 pm-8:00 pm. Evites and ticket information will be sent out via email


Want to stay in touch with the Academy happenings? Contact kwooldridge@conejousd.org and sign up for Remind 101


The Academy at Westlake High School would like to thank the Cook family for their generous donation to the program in memory of their son, Chandler, a 2013 graduate of the Academy.

In Memory of
Chandler Cook
4/27/1995-7/21/2015




The Academy at Westlake High School

The Academy Program is a California Partnership Academy combining high quality academic instruction with work-based learning experiences. Students will focus on preparation for post-secondary and career opportunities in Information Technology and Multimedia, two of California's fastest growing industries.

The Academy is a unique "school within a school" led by a team of enthusiastic and innovative instructors who plan together to create an integrated curriculum that focuses on the career theme of IT and Multimedia for students in grades 10-12. Participating students are offered a more specialized and personalized high school experience through this program. All courses are taught at a College Prep (CP) level by Westlake High School teachers on the Westlake High School campus.

10th grade courses: English 10*, World History*, Game Design* 

11th grade courses: English 11*, US History*, Computer Graphics*        

12th grade courses: English 12*, Economics/Government* , Digital Media*     

*These classes will only have Academy students enrolled in them. All other courses will be taken with the general population.

 
The California Partnership Academy, a Career Technical Education (CTE) program, prepares students for Career and College readiness. Students who complete the Academy program will fulfill the requirements to apply to a 4-year college or university and will also have the skills necessary for entry level careers and additional post-secondary job training.


The  2015 Senior Academy class hosted WHS Alumni and Academy Advisory Member Tracie Karasik 

who shared her college and professional experiences. Karasik owns TLK Multimedia