Western High!Welcome to Western High School, home of the Warriors. Western High has a rich tradition of academic success, student opportunities and school spirit. Western High School offers many courses and pathways in meeting the state of Michigan’s graduation requirements. Students choose additional courses from our curriculum and offered programs to meet their goals.
Western High School was proud to host a delegation of 5 teachers and 8 students from Chongqing, China to provide new opportunities for our students. Partnerships with SVSU, Dow Corning, Nexteer and many other local businesses allowed our students a glimpse into Chinese culture. Western High School will send a similar delegation to Friends High School in Chongqing, China. Read More
Arts & CultureWestern High School’s curriculum offers courses in art, drama, other world languages, choir and band. Students also have opportunities in CAD drafting and design, welding and wood shop. Some of our elective classes articulate with Delta earning students college credit while in high school. Western also supports a number of after school clubs for students such as glee, world language, fishing, chess and art.
ExcellenceWestern High School offers 9 AP classes, dual enrollment at Delta and Saginaw Valley, and an extensive Co-Op program for students. Sophomores and freshmen experience extended class time in math and science through the trimester schedule. WHS also offers classes in our industrial arts program which articulate with Delta College.
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FINANCIAL AID NIGHT
October 5th from
6-8pm at WHS
3:30 - 6:30 pm
In the Gym
In honor of Sam Penkala's record breaking peanut butter and jelly sandwich, Western High School has t-shirts on sale now. On Friday, September 9, Sam, a 2009 WHS graduate, built a sandwich 48 layers high and broke the Guinness Book of World Records for the tallest PB&J sandwich. To commemorate this historic event, T-shirts are on sale now and available on-line only. Order yours today while supplies last. Sale ends Oct 2, 2016.
Bay City Western Art teacher, Mark Piotrowski, and three graduates from the class of 2016 spent Labor Day weekend painting a mural under the overpass of Veterans Memorial Bridge. Kelsey Popp, Paige Lloyd, and Lexi Lalonde developed the design last winter and assisted in painting the mural. The mural is absolutely beautiful and is one example of the skill our talented students possess. It is great to see our graduates contributing to the community. More information can be found at mlive and ABC12 news.