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  • Cheer

    Cheer

    Our cheer team competed on Saturday and qualified to go to Nationals in Annaheim!

  • Kraken

    West HS Kraken Ultimate Frisbee Club

    See below for story

  • Kearns

    Boy's Basketball Opens up 2017 Season against Kearns

  • Debate

    West Debate

    Utah Debate Coaches Association tournament 1st Place

  • Debate

    West Debate

    Kenji Aoki and Tristan Blot win Varsity Policy Division at the Young Lawyers Tournament

  • FBLA

    FBLA Goes to Atlanta for International Competition

    Rohan Jairam brought home 3rd place in Securities and Investments

  • PXP

    PXP Freshmen


News & Announcements


Early Open Enrollment Starts December 1st

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Ultimate Frisbee Win Co-Ed Tournament

The West HS Krakens A team finished second at the High School State Ultimate Frisbee coed tournament this November in a spectacular season that was marked by wins over Lone Peak and Jordan teams, including the eventual state champs. To cap the tourney they were also in a four-way tie for first place in Spirit of the Game. West's middle school ultimate team also finished second in their category in October. This has been a great year for the West H.S. Ultimate teams, capping rapid growth that began 4 years ago with 0 wins--and now puts their roster at 50 players for several teams with all reaching championship rounds and bringing home trophies. Uuuuuuuppp!!!

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An Evening for Open Discussion on Immigration Rights

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New Tardy/Truancy Procedures

West High Admin and Youth Advocates have a new program with tardy and truancy. They will be hand writing Truancy/Admit Tickets for all students who are lingering in the hallways after the late bell. These students will also have to serve a 15-minute detention. If students have a free period, Home Release class, and/or a Red Card, they should either be in the Library or off campus. If they are on campus and wandering, they will receive a Truancy Ticket and have 15-minutes of detention. Students, you need to be in class when the bell rings so that we can teach you, which is the purpose of this institution. Students must never leave a class early or leave a classroom for a break without a hall pass or you will receive a Truancy Ticket. Thanks for everyone's consistency and help with this!! Click here for an updated West High Attendance Policy sheet for you to refer to.


2nd Term 9th-Period Program

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Want to become more involved in West High School? Interested in our 9th-Period Program? Click here to find out more information. Here are the links to the different bus routes for the after-school activities that run at 4pm and 5:30pm: Westside and Avenues


West Debate

The West Debate Team competed at the annual Utah Debate Coaches Association tournament and won first place overall. Every major school in Utah Debate was represented, so as a team victory this was very significant. West's victory includes many notable efforts by individual debaters. Policy teams Tristan Blot & Kenji Aoki, Kiyan Banuri & Griffin Zody, and Matthew Kim & Jane Galian each won first place in the varsity, JV, and novice divisions respectively. Their combined effort earned them first place overall in policy debate.In Lincoln-Douglas debate, Michael Tao won first in the varsity division, Kenneth Nelson was a semifinalist, and Marchello Alvarez was a quarterfinalist. West's victory was only one point ahead of a very talented Logan team, so every effort was needed to make this happen. Congrats to all West debaters who contributed to this result.

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PXP Field Trip

During two days, the Freshmen PXP students went on a field trip. Click here to see photos!


West Debate

Congratulations to our debaters for their performance at their first local competition of the season. They participated in the Young Lawyers tournament at East High School this past Friday and Saturday competing against the very best teams in the state. Overall, West debaters won 18 awards. Five earned first place honors, and team Tristan Blot & Kenji Aoki won a gigantic trophy for winning the varsity policy division. Though the tournament didn't do overall sweepstakes awards, West's collective effort was by far, better than any other school attending:

  • In novice public forum debate, teams Ambri George & Allissa Nipper and Charlotte Mautz & Oliver Lundgren were semifinalists. Oliver Lungren also won 3rd speaker.
  • In varsity Lincoln Douglas debate, Kenneth Nelson was a quarter-finalists. Michael Tao went undefeated in eight rounds and won first place and was awarded 2nd speaker.
  • In novice policy, Nathan Taylor & Lucy Zavitz were quarter-finalists. Arianna Meinking & Matthew Kim were semi-finalists.Lauren Bacon & Jane Galian won first place.
  • In varsity policy, Sam Lair & Kiyan Banuri were semi-finalists. Tristan Blot & Kenji Aoki won first place.

Late Start Mondays

Late Start Monday classes will begin at 9:30am on August 29th and will end on February 27th. Check the Calendar section for a printable schedule.


Attendance Email

Interested in excusing your child's absence through email? The attendance email is west.attendance@slcschools.org.


Parent Power School Accounts

Need to access your student's Power School account to check on grades and attendance? Forgot or don't have a password yet? Click here for directions on how to create one.


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

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