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    WSHS offers a diverse and vibrant range of courses to challenge students, readying them for competitive post-high school options. Students are encouraged to enroll in Honors classes in grades 9 and 10, Advanced Placement (AP) in grades 11 and 12, and Career and Technical Education courses in all grades.

    To find out about individual courses or departments, see our complete Course Catalog  2020-2021


    SPS School Day PSAT  *Rescheduled to January 26, 2021

    Visit the Seattle Public Schools PSAT page for the most up to date information. The PSAT is available for Sophomores and the PSAT/NMSQT for  Junior students.                  The PSAT/NMSQT helps juniors prepare for the SAT and is used to qualify students for scholarships and advanced learning opportunities. These tests are offered to all sophomores and juniors free of charge; no pre-registration is required.

    *Students not registered for classes at West Seattle High School must pre-register for the PSAT by February 12th.

    *This date could change to ensure that Seattle Public Schools meets all established health policies and protocols.

    WSHS Testing Coordinator Amy Doll, asdoll@seattleschools.org 206-252-8813


    RECOURCES

    Visit PSAT CollegeBoard to learn more about the PSAT or the SPS School Day PSAT Info. Visit the Khan Academy to find ways to help students prepare for the SAT using their PSAT results. Students will become familiar with the kinds of questions and the exact directions they will see on the SAT.

     



    Student Record Requests:For students that are currently attending or have attended West Seattle within the last two school years, their records can be retrieved at the school via the school Registrar, Joanna Sibounheuang.

    For students that last attended WSHS more than 2 years ago, their records are stored in the Student Records department downtown. Please visit their website to request your record or, for employers, to verify graduation.

    Student Records website


    Advanced Placement

    Advanced Placement courses prepare students for nationally administered AP exams; success on these exams may earn college credit and/or advanced placement at many colleges and universities. All students who meet the minimal course requirements are encouraged to enroll in these challenging courses.

    AP Information
    Advanced Placement Information


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    Career and Technical Education

    The WSHS Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses explore a number of career options in a diverse range of fields including computers & technology, engineering, fashion, marketing,automotive, and family sciences.  

    See the Course Catalog for the latest CTE offerings.