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Westlake High School
100 N Lakeview Cyn Road
Westlake Village, California 91362

Phone: 805.497.6711
Fax: 805.497.2606
Attendance: 805.373.1790

WHS Hours

School Hours:
7:00 am - 2:48 pm

Office Hours:
7:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Title IX Coordinator:
Christina Harrison

504 Coordinator:
Nicole Judd


Westlake High School Mission Statement: provide a comprehensive education in a safe and positive learning environment; prepare students to function academically, vocationally, culturally and socially as responsible citizens; encourage personal integrity, pride and the life-long pursuit of knowledge and well-being; prepare students to make a meaningful contribution to an ever-changing society.

Westlake HighSchool is ranked:
#1 Ventura County High School
#17 in the West by The Daily Beast. See the full article
#29 in the State
#72 in the Nation

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Release of Student Information to Military Recruiters

If you do not wish to have your son or daughter’s name, address, phone number, school site, and grade level released to the Armed Services (Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines, and Navy) for their recruitment efforts, you need to complete the form linked below and return it by October 24, 2014.

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WHS Bell Schedules  

Regular Bell Schedule   Common Planning Time Bell Schedule
Warning Bell 6:54   Mins.   Warning Bell 7:04   Mins.
Period 1 7:00 7:54 54   Period 1 7:10 7:55 45
Period 2 8:00 8:54 54   Staff Development 8:01 9:02 61
Period 3 9:01 9:55 54   Period 2 9:08 9:53 45
Nutrition 9:55 10:02 7   Period 3 9:59 10:44 45
Period 4 10:08 11:02 54   Period 4 10:50 11:35 45
Period 5 11:09 12:07 58   Period 5 11:41 12:26 45
Lunch 12:07 12:47 40   Lunch 12:26 1:06 40
Period 6 12:53 1:47 54   Period 6 1:12 1:57 45
Period 7 1:54 2:48 54   Period 7 2:03 2:48 45
Rally Schedule  
Common Planning Dates  
Warning Bell 6:54   Mins.   9/3/14 2/11/15
Period 1 7:00 7:54 54    9/17/14 2/25/15
Period 2 8:00 8:49 49   10/1/14  3/4/15
Period 3 8:55 9:44 49   10/15/14  3/25/15
Period 4 9:50 10:39 49    11/5/14 4/1/15
RALLY 10:45 11:25 40   11/19/14  4/15/15
Period 5 11:31 12:20 49   12/10/14  5/6/15
Lunch 12:20 12:58 38    1/7/15 5/20/15
Period 6 1:04 1:53 49   1/28/15  6/3/15
Period 7 1:59 2:48 49    

School News

Boys Golf - State High School Champions!

Westlake HS wins the 2014 CIF/CGA State High School Championship. 
Click here to view the Southern California Golf Assoication website for all the details!

Westlake Class of 1994 - 20 year reunion


Pertussis (Whooping Cough)

A new school immunization law requires all students entering 7th through 12th grades in the 2011-2012 school year in California to be immunized with a pertussis (whooping cough) vaccine booster called Tdap. Click here for details.


School Information

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Expected Schoolwide Learning Results

WHS Students will be inspired learners who demonstrate the ability to be passionate, independent, and self directed.

  •   Each student may demonstrate this by:
    •   Setting, pursuing and accomplishing realistic, yet challenging goals for themselves.
    •   Exhibiting self-motivation, self-discipline and self-evaluation.
    •   Developing and applying effective personal learning strategies and work habits. 

WHS students will be effective communicators who are able to demonstrate proficiency in utilizing digital tools and media in order to articulate thoughts and ideas clearly.

  • Each student may demonstrate this by:
    • Displaying communicative competence using both verbal and nonverbal skills.
    • Using technology, including social media, as a means of communicating accurately with others.
    • Exchanging information successfully when working in collaborative grouping and being held accountable for independent articulation.

WHS students will be informed and contributing members of the global community. 

  •  Each student may demonstrate this by:
    • Becoming productive citizens in their community.
    • Being active in affecting global change.
    • Responding to relevant issues that encourage compassion.

Safe Homes Program

Project Conejo Safe Homes is a collaborative effort on behalf of Newbury Park High School, Thousand Oaks High School and Westlake High School for the youth of the Conejo Valley.  The project is asking parents to sign a pledge that they will not serve alcohol at youth gatherings in their homes, and will always be physically present at such gatherings. The goal of the program is to support parents in making informed decisions about the supervision of their teenage children. For additional information, or to take the pledge, please visit the Conejo Council PTA website.



California High School Proficiency Examination (CHSPE)

Information, and results, of the CHSPE exam can be found on the CHSPE website.


Microsoft Office Specialist Certification Exam

Westlake High School is an authorized Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exam testing center. We offer exam testing for Office 2013 (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and Outlook). Please contact Dr. Looker or Dave Tyler for further information.

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