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The Westerville Education Foundation is accepting applications for its Spring 2024 grant cycle.
Parents and caregivers planning to attend Westerville City School District’s upcoming Parent Prep workshop series can now map out their schedules for the March 9 event at Westerville Central High School.
Vicky Baah, a senior at Westerville Central High School, has been selected as the winner of the 12th-grade essay competition in the 2024 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Art, Writing & Multimedia contest hosted by the Ohio Civil Rights Commission.
Westerville City Schools high school students and families can learn more about the district’s Automotive Maintenance Pre-Apprenticeship Program (AMPP) with Performance Columbus Family of Dealerships that helps prepare students for careers in the automotive industry while in high school.
Westerville World Wide, a district-wide travel club organized by educators from all three high schools, is hosting a meeting to share details about international educational traveling opportunities during 2025.
For the first time, fifth-graders across the district are discovering instruments they’d like to play in middle school without leaving their music classroom.
The challenge was unlike any the fourth-graders at Alcott Elementary had encountered in a science unit: Move an object using wind energy.
Members of Westerville Central High School’s Ruling Our Experiences (ROX) girls group joined ROX leaders at the CannonBall, the annual fundraising gala for the Columbus Blue Jackets Foundation.
The Westerville City Schools Board of Education will convene in a regular meeting at 6 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 12 at the district's Early Learning Center, 936 Eastwind Drive, in Westerville.
The organizers behind the Black History Month programs at all three Westerville high schools wanted to cover topics and themes that resonate across their Black student community.
Fifteen Westerville Central High School seniors and four Westerville South High School seniors signed letters of intent this week to play athletics in college.
All across Westerville City Schools, students and staff are honoring the contributions of African-Americans across history with Black History Month celebrations, projects and lessons.
The Rotary Club of Westerville recognized its February 2024 Students of the Month during a Feb. 1 meeting.
Applications are being accepted through Friday, March 1, for the spring 2024 Westerville City Schools A+ Employee Recognition Program, which celebrates extraordinary staff members.
Parents and caregivers planning to attend Westerville City School District’s upcoming Parent Prep workshop series can now map out their schedules during the Feb. 10 event at Minerva Park Middle School.
Five Westerville high school students are among 4,500 students across the nation who have been named a candidate in the U.S. Presidential Scholars program.
As part of the inaugural Career Cafe event at Westerville Central High School on Thursday, Westerville-based realtor Adam Price shared insight on real estate careers to students interested in the industry.
Westerville students, families, staff and community members are invited to the fifth-annual African-American Read-In 10 a.m. - noon on Feb. 24 at Minerva Park Middle School.
The Superintendent’s Student Advisory Committee for Westerville Central, North and South high schools is accepting nominations for their respective Alumni Hall of Fame.
Parents and caregivers planning to attend Westerville City School District’s upcoming Parent Prep workshop series no longer have to register for sessions in advance. During the workshop events on Feb. 10 at Minerva Park Middle School and March 9 at Westerville Central High School, attendees can create their own schedule, whether it’s attending one session or five.
Westerville Central High School Athletic Director Andy Ey announced Thursday that Josh Franke, head coach of the Toronto (Ohio) City Schools football program, has been selected as head coach of the WCHS football program, pending Board of Education approval.
The Hope Squads at all three Westerville high schools are kicking off Hope Week on Monday, organizing events and activities that promote hope, spread kindness and raise awareness about suicide prevention.
The portraits of Westerville Central High School students whose memoirs are part of a new book are currently on display as part of a gallery exhibition at Otterbein University’s Taylor Lounge.
Newly-elected board member Louise Valentine and re-elected board member Jennifer Aultman were sworn into office of the Westerville City Schools Board of Education at an organizational/regular meeting on Jan. 8.
During the Westerville City Schools Board of Education organizational meeting on Jan. 8, Kristy Meyer was elected president while Jennifer Aultman was elected vice president.
The Board of Education also approved the 2024 meeting calendar.
The Rotary Club of Westerville recognized its January 2024 Students of the Month during a Jan. 11 meeting.
Westerville families are invited to the Westerville Parent Council’s second annual card tournament from noon to 3 p.m. Feb. 10 at Westerville North High School.
The Westerville City Schools Board of Education will convene in an organizational/regular meeting at 6 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 8 at the district's Early Learning Center, 936 Eastwind Drive, in Westerville.
As part of the Westerville City School District’s Parent Prep workshop series, parents and caregivers can take sessions on a variety of topics including mindful parenting, digital safety, conflict resolution, substance education and college and career readiness.
Starting Tuesday, Jan. 9, Westerville students, staff and community members can nominate district staff and adult volunteers for a Great Educator Mentor (GEM) Award, which is presented to individuals who go the extra mile to make a positive impact in the classroom and schools.
High school students, as well as current eighth-graders, interested in learning more about high school courses and activities for the 2024-25 school year can attend the Westerville City Schools High School Information Night.
Parents or guardians wishing to apply to have their children attend a school different from their school of attendance must complete and submit an Intra-district Open Enrollment Application.
A project that started as a compilation of memories by Westerville Central High School students from countries all across the world is now at the heart of an upcoming gallery exhibit at Otterbein University’s Taylor Lounge.
Westerville Central High School junior Sarah Fannin represented the Warhawks and Westerville City Schools at the regional Poetry Out Loud contest on Dec. 12 at the Thurber House.
The Columbus Symphony is currently accepting online nominations for its annual Music Educator Awards, honoring individuals making a difference in our community through their dedication to music education and efforts to promote a greater understanding of and appreciation for music education. Four awards will be given to exemplary music educators in the categories of elementary, secondary, private/community-based, and lifetime achievement.
Throughout the district, Westerville students and staff have raised thousands of dollars, collected hundreds of donations to support families — and animals — in need.
Westerville Central High School senior Andrew “A.J.” Boyd has qualified for the American Invitational Mathematics Examination (AIME) in February after recently scoring in the top 5% on the American Mathematics Competition 12 (AMC12).
The Rotary Club of Westerville recognized its December 2023 Students of the Month during a Dec. 14 meeting.
When Westerville Central High School junior Sahr Julian Rashid Noah was invited to design a t-shirt to be considered by L.A.-based clothing brand PacSun, he was uncertain about what to do.
The first letters from high school students at Montevideo, Uruguay arrived last week, providing students in Erin Moehl’s Advanced Placement Spanish 5 class a glimpse of life for peers living roughly 5,500 miles away.
Amid uncertainty in state funding, unexpected expenses and legislative changes, Westerville City School District has been able to stretch funds from a 5.9-mill levy voters approved in 2019 and delay deficit spending longer than originally anticipated.
Since October, the inaugural members of Hawthorne Elementary’s Ruling Our Experiences (ROX) girls group have been gathering each week to explore topics to help them navigate relationships, experiences and decisions.
Westerville City Schools Special Education Department is hosting a family engagement forum from 6-7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 5 at the Early Learning Center.
Westerville Central High School’s Thespian Troupe 6750 is diving into character roles with their winter production of The Man Who Came to Dinner, a madcap play that serves as a homage to 1930s intellectualism and pop culture.
Westerville City Schools' English Learner Department hosted its third parent meeting on Thursday, covering topics such as school closings in the event of inclement weather, All-Day kindergarten, special education and graduation requirements.
The Westerville City Schools Board of Education will convene in a regular meeting/work session at 6 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 27 at the district's Early Learning Center, 936 Eastwind Drive, in Westerville. Board meetings are open to the public.
Student leaders across Westerville Central High School gathered for the school’s inaugural Warhawk Student Leadership Summit on Monday, where they learned how important their role is in making WCHS a place where staff and students love to be everyday.
Students in Jen Kiko’s Advanced Painting 1 classes are creating artworks inspired by a variety of different cultural celebrations: Diwali, Carnival, Chinese New Year, Ramadán + Eid al-Fitr and Día de los Muertos.
Westerville Central High School junior Prisha Malik is part of a new statewide group focused on the safety, health and wellness of Ohio's adolescents.