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SCHOOL CULTURE

ACTIVITIES


ACTIVITIES

ACADEMICS


ACADEMICS

ARTS


ARTS

ATHLETICS


ATHLETICS

Schoolwide Learning Objectives

Prepare for College and Career
Read and Write Daily
Inquire and Collaborate
Demonstrate Digital Literacy
Engage in School Culture

Our Vision:

Develop globally responsible and empowered citizens.


Our Mission:

Engage students through a rigorous curriculum and diverse extracurricular experiences by cultivating a positive school culture.

We are Lions! Thank you to Adidas for supporting our WHS Lions.

Celebrando un día de las independencias de Latino America en el mes de septiembre.

Celebrating independence for many Latin American countries in September.

Produced by Kaybree Albright
Filmed by Kaybree Albright
Edited by Kaybree Albright

Created for WHS staff and student body.

Westminster High School Link Crew welcomed over five-hundred incoming ninth graders at our Lions in the Making!

 

Produced by Kaybree Albright
Filmed by Kaybree Albright
Edited by Kaybree Albright
Music by Freeplaymusic.com

Created for WHS staff and student body.

COLLEGE SUCCESS AT WHS

CLASS OF 2018


KELLY ALMAZAN

CSU DOMINGUEZ HILLS

SOCCER SCHOLARSHIP

CLASS OF 2018


KATIE KAMIKUBO

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IRVINE

CLASS OF 2018


CHIA-YUN LU

LONG BEACH STATE UNIVERSITY

CLASS OF 2018


RYAN MACIEL

UNIVERSITY OF ST. LOUIS

BASEBALL SCHOLARSHIP


Pride Since 1959

Westminster High School is one of six comprehensive high schools in the Huntington Beach Union High School District. Founded in 1959 and situated on approximately 57.1 acres, Westminster High maintains a British theme that parallels the City of Westminster design. The school also has a five-acre working farm and a successful agricultural sciences program.

Our school is proud of its diverse student population. Of our 2,600 students, approximately 49% are Hispanic/Latino, 40% are Asian, 5% White, 2% American Indian, 0.2% Pacific Islander, 0.1% Filipino, and 2% African-American. Twenty-four percent of our student body is English Learners, coming from homes that speak twelve languages. Additionally, 11% of our students receive Special Education services and 73% of our students qualify for free or reduced-priced lunches.

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