In December 2012, 100 parents graduated from Westminster High School’s Parent Institute for Quality Education (PIQE). Parents attended classes over 12 weeks that helped them understand the high school system, the four-year plan, the importance of grades and grade point average, and
The Parent Institute for Quality Education at Westminster High School is off to its best start in ten years, and Dr. Plutko visits with WHS parents.
Jessica Krimker is the new Assistant Principal of Curriculum at Westminster High School. Ms. Krimker comes from Fountain Valley High School where she served as Assistant Principal of Activities for 2 years. After graduating from Ridgeview High School in Bakersfield, a young Jessica went to UCLA wher
The 2011-2012 school year will start with new leadership at the helm in the K-11 Office. Mrs. Wilson-Willmore retired in 2010 and Mrs. Machado has opted to return to the classroom full-time, leaving former K-11 employee and WHS alumnus, Mr. Alejandro Gimenez as the new Title I/PELL Coordinator. Afte
Aligned with ELD Standards
Every student who has a home language other than English, as determined by the Home Language Survey, must take the California English Language Development Test, or CELDT. The CELDT questions are aligned with the California English Language Development (ELD) Standards, whic
The Title I/PELL Office of Westminster High School will be offering a high school orientation for parents/legal guardians of students who will begin their freshman year at Westminster High. There will be three simultaneous orientations held in English, Spanish and Vietnamese. Title: Freshman Parent