• money

  • snowflakes


    Students spend lunch making their annual Snowflake plates with supplies provided by the Art Department and the School Community Council

  • Robotics

    FLL Robotics

    FLL is a robotics competition with three parts: The robot games, robot design, and the project. The project complies with a theme and this years theme is hydrodynamics. For our project this year we created the website down below! Check it out to support us!

  • debate


    Kenji Aoki and Kiyan Banuri win the Silver & Black Debate Tournament

  • HOSA

    HOSA is doing another tree this year!

    Another year, another tree! Festival of Trees is an annual fundraiser in which hundreds of trees and other decorations are donated and then auctioned off. ALL proceeds go directly to our Primary Children's Medical Center which many of us have strong ties.

News & Announcements

$10,000 in 10 Minutes!

On Wednesday December 20th during 2nd Block, Student Government will be sponsoring their annual $10,000.00 in 10 minutes Charity Drive. All the money raised will be donated to our own Family Resource center. Some things we offer are after school tutoring, clothing vouchers, food vouchers, eye glass vouchers, educational classes, educational resources and workshops, and family support. Last year, the West High community donated almost $20,000 to help our own students and their families. This year we hope to surpass that amount. $10,000 in 10 Minutes! If students are successful in reaching the goal of $10,000 they will be rewarded with an early release from school on Friday December 22nd. Send your donations with the students or contact Ms. King in student government at You can also donate through the school website under the My School Fees link:

El día Miércoles 20 de Diciembre durante el Segundo bloque, El Gobierno Estudiantil de laescuela llevara a cabo su evento caritativo $10,000.00 en 10 Minutos. Todo el dinero que se recaude se donará a nuestro propio Centro de Recursos familiar. El cual ofrece tutorías después de clases, vouchers de ropa, comida, anteojos, clases educacionales, recursos educativos y apoyo a familias. El año pasado, la comunidad de West High School donó casi $20,000 para ayudar a nuestros propios estudiantes y sus familias. Este año esperamos superar esa cantidad $10,000.00 en 10 Minutos!!! Si los estudiantes logran exitosamente la meta de $10,000.00 se les recompensara con salir temprano de la escuela el dia Viernes 22 de Diciembre. Envie sus donaciones con los estudiantes o contacte a la Maestra Ms. King del cuerpo de gobierno de estudiantes en el correo: También pueden donar a través del sitio web de la escuela bajo el link “my school fees”


West Debate had an excellent weekend at the Alta Silver & Black Tournament this past weekend. Alta is a national competition bringing in debaters from across the country. and Kenji Aoki and Kiyan Banuri went undefeated to advance to the final round which will be held at a later date. Aoki and Banuri also won 1st and 5th speaker respectively (out of 176 competitors). Their success earns them their second bid to the Tournament of Champions, having earned their first at the Meadows tournament in October. This is Aoki's second year qualifying and Banuri's first. Policy teams Kenny Nelson & Sam Lair were octo-finalists and Matthew Kim & Ramis Banuri were double octo-finalists. Public forum team Mia Yu & Cynthia Chen earned a silver TOC bid when they advanced to octo-finals. Yu was 12th speaker. In Lincoln-Douglas Gideon Gomm was an octo-finalists and 9th speaker. Gomm was the only debater to be ranked in the top 20 of speaker awards from Utah. West's combined effort earns the team the distinction of being the only school represented in octo-finals of all three debate events. Thank you for all the support you give our debaters. Their success is the result of the efforts this entire community.

Pertussis (Whooping Cough) at West

Links to letters from the Salt Lake County Health Department pertaining to cases of Pertussis (whooping cough) at West High School are here: English and Spanish. Please open and read them so that we can help keep our students and staff safe this winter season.

New Parking Regulations

Starting November 6, students and others are required to have a parking pass visibly displayed in the front windshield and parking in an appropriate lot for that pass. If you do not have a parking pass, they are available in the Treasurer's Office. Violators will be. Repeated violations will result in the vehicle being booted.

There are visitor parking spaces in the North Parking Lot across the street on 300 North.


Find out how you can donate to your favorite program, or volunteer here at West!

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West High School
241 North 300 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84103
phone: 801.578.8500
fax: 801.578.8516

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