Educating Each Student Today for Endless Possibilities Tomorrow
This exhibition features artworks by nearly 400 high school seniors, curated and installed by high school students including our very own Iris Kang, Alison Tsoi, and Evalyne Shim.
Congratulations Valedictorian Patricia Keating and Salutatorian, Melania Petriccione.
The lesson was meant to give the students a first hand experience of what life was like in the trenches.
Throughout the year, 8th graders are guided to think more deeply about college and careers.
Westlake Science Research Program brings home gold from the 22nd annual Westchester-Rockland Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (WR-JSHS).
Toni and Mike Williams making Westlake proud then and now
The boys and girls varsity swim teams collected items and assembled parent kits to be donated to Maria Ferrari Children’s Hospital.
More of our littlest Wildcats shared their mastery of research and writing skills.
Three clues and lots of class participation make for a fun activity every Wednesday for these students.
With a focus on ELA, first graders learn research skills.
County-wide auditions were held last April and we just learned that eight WMS students have been invited to Westchester County School Music Association's (WCSMA) All-County Elementary Band.
Michele Caterino and Gayle Garson wasted no time getting their students back into the swing of learning after break, hosting a personal narrative publishing party in the Westlake Library.
Senior Keishianne Bernal and her mentor Dr. Christopher Whitehurst at New York Medical College have gotten some local press regarding their work together.
Students continue to learn all about the hands on work, professional behaviors and personal characteristics needed to thrive in the skilled trades.