Welcome to Western Heights!
It is that time of year, storms are popping up in the state. We do have shelters available to the public (after school hours) if the sirens are going off in our area. Doors will not open until the sires are going off. The shelters that will be available are located at Winds West Elementary, Ninth Grade Center, John Glenn Elementary, Council Grove Elementary, and Greenvale Elementary. Please keep in mind, we do not allow pets.
Congratulations 2020 US Presidental Scholar
Nick received the honor of being selected as a 2020 US Presidental Scholar. He is one of only two scholars chosen from Oklahoma. We are so proud of his accomplishments! Please see the attached press release from the US Department of Education. Nick was a model student, he was this year’s valedictorian, participated in our Native American Program while in WH and named Bonnie Wood as his most influential teacher. Ms. Wood does amazing work at helping students define a path for their future. Thank you Ms. Wood and congratulations to Nick!
Western Heights Public Schools is a small independent school district located on the southwest side of Oklahoma City. Our 3,300+ students are housed in four elementary (PK-4) buildings, one intermediate school (5-6), one middle school (7-8), one 9th Grade Center (9) and one high school (10-12). The District is small enough for us to know our students and large enough to provide exciting opportunities for the staff and students. For example, Western Heights has implemented a tremendous technology initiative.
Teachers, parents, and administrators operate on a continual school improvement process. Site level teams identify indicators of student success and areas which need attention. Plans are continually monitored and revised to correspond to student needs. Western Heights provides accelerated classes, honors classes, remedial classes, an inclusive special education environment, alternative school, School to Work initiatives, NJROTC, athletics, and a variety of clubs and after school activities. The district is well known throughout the State of Oklahoma for its outstanding vocal and instrumental music programs. Athletes compete annually on the state level.