Westlake High School
4100 Westbank Dr.,
Austin, TX 78746
Phone: (512) 732-9280
School Hours: 8:50am - 4:15pm
District: Eanes Independent School District
Principal: Steve Ramsey*
Executive Asst. to the Principal: Diane Dealy
* Campus Behavior Coordinators
fax: (512) 327-8302
School Colors: Red, White, & Blue
Oh, come let’s sing of Westlake
High and songs to Alma Mater
raise. True to friend and frank
to foe, how dearly we love
Westlake High. We shall strive
to keep thy name of fair repute
and spotless fame. Time and
change will surely show how firm
thy friendship Westlake High.
Fight that team across the field,
Show them that
Set the earth reverberating
With a mighty cheer-
Hit them hard
and see how they fall,
Never let that team
get the ball.
Hail, hail the gang’s all here,
So let’s have a victory!
Westlake High School is a comprehensive, four-year public high school where the curriculum is primarily college preparatory. The school’s average total enrollment, grades 9-12, is 2,573. Westlake consistently receives recognition at all levels, including its rank among the 100 best high schools in the country by Newsweek and US News magazines. The school consistently exceeds both regional and state standardized test score averages in all categories.
Westlake students excel academically, as well as in music, arts and athletics. WHS consistently boasts impressive numbers in the National Merit competition and Presidential Scholars program. Traditionally, about 99 percent of students are accepted directly to college. On average, more than $20 million in scholarships is offered to WHS grads annually.
Westlake High School offers a full slate of Advanced Placement courses, a Career and Technical Education program, an acclaimed Performing Arts department, as well as special support programs such as the TLC (The Learning Center) and Adult Transition Services (formerly 19+ program).
Westlake is a sprawling campus that includes a dedicated Ninth Grade Center. In 2008-09, a choir room was added, and the Research Center and Performing Arts Center were renovated. The 2011 bond program provided safety updates in the stadium, roofing, flooring, PAC equipment upgrades, as well as major updates to the Family Consumer Science classrooms, TLC and Alternative Education Program. The 2015 bond program included the construction of a new Robotics facility and upgrades to the Chaparral Stadium sound system.