Contact Information

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

Phone: 805.497.6711
Fax: 805.497.2606
Attendance: 805.373.1790

School Hours:
7:00 am - 2:48 pm 

Office Hours:
7:00 am - 4:00 pm

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Future Warrior Night, Wednesday February 17, 2016 in the WHS Gym.


Westlake High School’s students, parents, and staff take great pride in the beauty of our campus, our impressive academic achievement, and the many extracurricular programs offered.  The academic opportunities are abundant, and the quality of education is top notch as evidenced by our most recent Newsweek Ranking in 2015: #26 in the State and #210 in the Nation.   Students feel welcome and supported by our friendly and helpful staff.  The numerous opportunities for student involvement in extracurricular activities provide a sense of belonging and school pride.  We are proud that 96% of our students move on to post-secondary institutions and almost 60% of those attend four-year universities.  Overall, Westlake High School produces well-rounded, productive citizens who make a positive difference in the world.


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 High School is ranked:
#1 Ventura County High School
#17 in the West by The Daily Beast (click here to see the full article)
#29 in the State
#72 in the Nation


Child Nutrition Services Harvest of the Month bulletin.

Turn around don't drown

This Public Services Announcement (PSA) produced by the Thousand Oaks Police Department and Ventura County Office of Emergency Services is a 90-second video to educate youth in this anticipated dangerous El Nino rainy season. Click here to view the short video.


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WHS Expected Schoolwide Learning Results

Westlake High School Students will be:

  • Inspired Learners 
  • Effective Communicators who demonstrate proficiency in utilizing digital tools & media 
  • Contributing Members of the Global Community. 


Science Center

The Westlake High School Science Center is free and open to students of all grade levels and science subjects for tutoring Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, no appointment needed but you may schedule an appointment with a tutor, click here.


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Annual Notifications


Title IX Coordinator:
Christina Harrison

504 Coordinator:
Nicole Judd

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.

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.