Student Parking Registration will open up at 5:00 pm on Wednesday, April 26. A link to the registration will be posted on the WHS website. Important information to keep in mind:
Congratulations to the Westlake High School National Letter of Intent Signees:
Anderson Salisbury (Wrestling) Colorado School of Mines, Joe Palmo (Baseball) Amherst College, Alex Reinhart (Tennis) MIT, Marcus Sweeney (Tennis) Wesleyan University, David Hernandez (Baseball) New Mexico Junior College, Christian Wheatley (Baseball) University of Dallas, Connor Howard (Football) University of North Texas, Barrett Chambers (Football) University of Texas, Andrew Boykin (Football) Texas A&M, Joe Heironimus (Football) Texas A&M,Jared Fong (Baseball) Washington University, Kevin Daly (Baseball) Rhodes College, Kassy Doering (Volleyball) California State University at San Marcos, Victoria Edwards
Everyone should go to Chipotle and Pinkberry TODAY from 5 - 9 to support Relay for Life!! We are competing against LT in Relay for Life, and they are currently beating us badly- this is a GREAT opportunity to catch up and take the lead!! Go eat at Chipotle and pinkberry today please and get that extra guac!! Help us fight cancer and while we’re at it, help us BEAT LT!!
Congratulations to the following students and coaches for qualifying for the UIL State Meet in Academics!
In Computer Science, Westlake High School won 1st overall! The team of Kevin Fang, Owen Graves, Matthew Anderson, and Ryan Zhou will now compete at the UIL State Tournament. Kevin was 4th overall, and is the alternate for individual competition at UIL State, while Owen and Matthew won 5th and 6th overall, respectively. The championship- winning team will be joined by their incredible coach, Lynn Rosier.
In Science, Manuj Shah advances to UIL State by finishing 2nd overall! Manuj is also the alternate for individual competition at UIL State in Biology. Arman Kumar just missed State qualification with a 3rd place finish in Physics, and finished 9th overall. Manuj and Arman are coached by the amazing Jenna Scott.
In Ready Writing, Isabella Zou joins Manuj and the Computer Science team at the UIL State Tournament in May. Isabella finished 3rd overall and is coached by the impeccable Megan Olsen.
Other notable finishes include Alexander Davis of the Westlake Speech and Debate Team, who advanced to the Quarterfinal Round (top eight in the Region!) in the final speech and debate tournament of his career. Also, Miranda Williams finished 6th overall in Social Studies. Miranda is coached by the irreplaceable Leah Pagano. William Wang finished 12th overall in Number Sense. William is coached by the fabulous Kyle Cowan.
These individuals represented Westlake in fine fashion this past weekend. Please congratulate them for their efforts and please wish those competing at the UIL State Meet good luck!
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Westlake Tennis qualified 7 players and 1 alternate to the Regional Tournament! With Lake Travis and Vandegrift is our district this was no easy feat!
Here are the results:
Boys Singles Champion - Roger Chou
Boys Doubles Champions - Cyrus Sabharwal and AJ Valenty
Girls Doubles 2nd place - Keegan McCain and Alex Reinhart
Mixed Doubles 2nd place - Marcus Sweeney & Loli Perim
Girls Singles 3rd place (district alternate) - Jessie Meek
in San Antonio.
Led by Sadie Englemann's 73-71 (3rd place medalist), the Chaps I team of Sadie, Randi Romack, Jordan Shackelford, Madelyn Jones, and Bentley Cotton finished second in District 25/6A with team scores of 301-297/598. Lake Travis I took first with scores of 303-285 while Vandegrift I finished 3rd with team scores of 309-305.
Chaps II finished in 5th place out of 10 teams with team scores of 339-319. Congratulations to Chap's Elena Castanon (75-76) for claiming the #2 medalist spot to also advance to regionals. Joining Elena on Chaps II were teammates Izzy Hallberg, Lauren May, Lauren Hinkle, and Lauren Luu.
Our medalist trio of Madeline Hawkins, Amy Roush, and Merritt Bjork also played some great Chap golf.
Congratulations to our talented Chap golfers and thank you all for your support!
This past(4/1), Westlake Model UN traveled to San Antonio to participate in the RUNWAY Conference at Ronald Reagan High School.
Of the 13 delegates that participated, 8 won awards.
Victoria Benavides representing Tzachi Hanegbi in the Israeli Knesset Committee
Ethan Haywood representing King George III in the American Revolution Crisis Committee
Ted McManus representing Soong Tse Ven in the Chinese Civil War Crisis Committee
Miranda Williams representing Isaac Herzog in the Israeli Knesset Committee
Surya Zutshi (in his first conference ever!) representing Aditya V. Agarwal in the Kashmir Conflict Committee
Campbell Erickson representing Red Jacket in the American Revolution Crisis Committee
Kevin Yee representing Yan Xishan in the Chinese Civil War Crisis Committee
Jason Zhao representing Wu Chi Wai in the Hong Kong Committee
Westlake High School State Results
70 Westlake High School Latin Club participated in the Latin State Convention at Sandra Day O’Connor High School in
San Antonio, TX on March 31-April 1 with over two thousand other Latin students
Overall Sweepstakes Points for Westlake: 489
Rank: 5th in State out of 54 schools, higher than all public and private Austin-area schools
The students, their levels, and their results:
There were two High Point Winners, making the highest overall on their respective tests. They were:
Owen Graves – Reading Comprehension Prose
Raden Bowerman – Latin Oratory
Isabella Zou won election as 1st Vice-President to the Executive Board of the Texas State Junior Classical League
The Advanced Certamen, Basketball and Volleyball teams all won 2nd place
Congratulations to these hard-working Latin scholars!
848 Tom C. Clark
771 Northside Health Careers
679 J. Frank Dobie
429 Ronald Reagan
307 Clear Falls
258 LBJ / LASA (Austin)
238 St. Mark’s School of Texas
233 St. Andrew’s Episcopal (Austin)