Dates and Events to Remember
July 24-30: OSAA Moratorium Week - all facilities are closed for the week.
Fall Sports Begin | Monday, August 15th
- Boys Soccer - Jason Housley firstname.lastname@example.org
- Girls Soccer - Ashley Ames email@example.com
- X-country - Scott Ball firstname.lastname@example.org
- Volleyball - Kristina Thom email@example.com
- Cheer - Melissa Campbell firstname.lastname@example.org
Freshmen Meet & Greet | Tuesday, August 23rd
Textbook & Chromebook Check Out (Drop in either day)
- Tuesday, August 30th - 4 to 6 pm
- Thursday, September 1st - 4 to 6 pm
Back to School BBQ | Tuesday, August 30th - 6 to 7 pm
New Student and Parent Orientation | Tuesday, August 30th - 7:30 pm
2022 Fall Sports
If you are interested in playing a fall sport below is the contact info for coaches:
Boys Soccer - Jason Housley at email@example.com
Girls Soccer - Ashley Ames at firstname.lastname@example.org
X-country - Scott Ball at email@example.com
Volleyball - Kristina Thom at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cheer - Melissa Campbell at email@example.com
Sign up Now for Summer Camps
Cross Country AND tRACK & fIELD:
If you are interested in attending the workouts, please contact Coach Ball at firstname.lastname@example.org
WCHS Players Camp: August 8-11 from 8:30am-11:30am
Register now by clicking here.
Conditioning Camp: August 1-4 from 9 am - 11 am
Skills Camp: August 8-11 from 9 am - 11 am
To Register, contact Ashley Ames: email@example.com
Conditioning Camp: Aug 1-4 (10 am - 12 pm)
Skills Camp: Aug 8-11 (10 am - 12 pm)
To Register, contact Jason Housley: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sports Physical Form
Students need to have an OSAA Physical on file in order to participate in WCHS athletics. This form can be found HERE. Sports Physicals are good for two years. Questions? Contact email@example.com
The official start of fall sports is Monday, August 15, 2022.
Parents of incoming 9th graders,
Students who want to take Spanish 2, French 2, or math classes beyond Algebra 1 will need to come to Westside and take a 30-60 minute placement assessment.
To schedule, please contact Scott Ball at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503.697.4711 x1222.
Students should bring a pen, pencil, and a calculator if they are taking a math assessment. Plan on approximately an hour for EACH assessment.
Students desiring to take Spanish 2 or French 2 will take the Spanish 1/French 1 assessment.
Students desiring to take Geometry will take the Algebra 1 assessment.
Students desiring to take Algebra 2 will take BOTH the Algebra 1 and Geometry assessments.
Scott Ball, Assistant Principal for Academics
Mr. Ball creates each student's academic schedule. He should be your students' first point of contact with any questions regarding scheduling, such as adding or dropping a class. Mr. Ball also hosts our annual "Going to College" seminars for parents.
Each year, Westside produces a carpool map for our families. This allows you to find families in similar areas to provide carpool opportunities.
The 2022-2023 carpool map will be available the beginning of August.
Ways to Get Involved
Student Council (STUCO)
There will be two students from each grade elected to represent their class each year. If you are interested in STUCO and serving your class by providing input into student activities, this is for you. Elections will be held in the second week of school. All three school events are planned by STUCO: Fall Fest, Sadie Hawkins, and Prom. They also host two to three class parties each year with activities such as snow tubing, bullwinkles parties, bowling, movie nights, game nights, karaoke and more.
If you have any questions about STUCO, email Miss. Ashley Ames.
Student ministry team (smt)
This team focuses on the spiritual life of the student body. If you would like to make an impact for Christ among the students, this is a way to foster discipleship among your peers. You will be able to use the talents the Lord has given you to work at events like Community nights and Chapels.
SMT is an amazing opportunity to serve the Westside community through spiritual life and student leadership. If you are at all interested in joining this team, please look over the job description and fill out an application (click here for more info).
If you would like to get involved or learn more, contact Mrs. Streimer.
These students are selected to represent WCHS at a variety of events, which include Open Houses, Back to School nights, and guides for new students and other outreach to the community. If you are outgoing and love to meet new people, this is a great opportunity for you.
You can be a student ambassador by contacting Mr. Housley.
Electives and Extracurriculars
Westside Christian's award-winning music program is the best in the state for Choir and Band. There are four different music classes for Westside students: Westside Voices, Concert Band, Soli Deo Gloria, and Ignite Worship Team. Westside hosts two concerts each year highlighting all Westside music students. Westside's band and choir compete in statewide competitions for the 3A level.
Contact Mr. Fox, Westside's Music Director, with any questions.
Westside offers 12 sports programs that compete at OSAA's 3A level. Westside Christian strongly encourages each student to be involved at WCHS, which allows our students to try new things and actively participate in the community.
You can learn more about the programs outlined below by contacting our Athletic Director Mr. Henry.
Westside offers six different art classes for students at all levels and of all interests in art. Students can participate in 2D design classes starting at intro to art and work through advanced art, up to AP studio art, in which students develop portfolios. Students can also take Digital Design and learn the skills of Photoshop and Illustrator. Lastly, Westside offers a yearbook class that provides students an opportunity to represent their year at Westside.
If you have questions about our art program, contact Mrs. Sprague.
Westside started a theatre program in 1987. Students have the opportunity to participate in one play acts and a musical each year. It is an extracurricular opportunity that allows students to act, produce, set-design, costume, and provide technological support. Theatre is a great way to get involved in a community and try something new.
If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Tagayuna.