In high school, the program focuses on a full complement of classes necessary for graduation and to fulfill college entrance graduation requirements. Activities like student council and clubs enhance the traditional school experience. We engage our students in real world conversations, preparing them for the world they will live in.
Westview School of Arts high school follows a typical daily block schedule. Classrooms have one credentialed teacher and one instructional assistant. Advisory teachers are students’ case carriers who manage their IEP implementation and communication with families. All students rotate for individual classes. Students in the high school take courses to fulfill graduation and A-G requirements as outlined by their respective districts of residence. These partner districts provide students diplomas once requirements are satisfactorily met. Some students of foster or homeless experiences utilize AB 167/216 to earn high school diplomas without meeting A-G requirements. Teachers and support staff meet weekly with the Director of Education and Assistant Clinical Director to plan, collaborate, and discuss behavior concerns, academic progress, and other student support matters.