Champions' Culture * Pursuing Our Personal Best
Please see the Bell Schedule Page for information about class start and end times.
Triple "A" Points of Pride
In 2020, Pewamo-Westphalia Community Schools was ranked among the top 15 best high schools in the State of Michigan by U.S. News and World Report and 685th in the nation. In 2018-2019, we led Clinton County with the highest 11th grade M-STEP scores in science and social studies, we had the highest average SAT score (1084.8) in the county, and we ranked in the top 65 highest SAT scores in the state of Michigan (65th).
Our industrial arts program competes at MITES (Michigan Industrial and Technology Educational Society), submitting woodworking projects completed each year. Our marching and concert bands consistently earn accolades at competitions and festivals, and our art students have been successful in the Scholastic Art and Writing Competition, earning awards for photography and poetry.
Athletics - Recent State Championships
Boys' Basketball ('19), Boys' Cross Country ('16), Football ('19, '17, '16), Girls' Basketball ('19), Girls' Track ('21, '19, '15, '13, '10), Competitive Cheer ('19, '10, '08), and Boys' Track ('08). Numerous State Runners-Up, Regional, District and League (CMAC) Titles in Football, Boys' & Girls' Track, Boys' & Girls' Cross Country, Boys' & Girls' Basketball, Volleyball, Baseball, and Softball.
Questions, concerns, and ideas routinely arise during the school year. This outline is provided to assist in communication with the appropriate person.
Step 1: Questions or concerns regarding instructional practices should go to the teacher first. A discussion should be scheduled with the principal if you still have questions after talking with the teacher.
Step 2: If applicable, items not resolved in Step 1 should be directed to the administrator or director who has responsibility in the area of concern.
Step 3: A conference with the superintendent is most appropriately held if questions or concerns have not been adequately addressed at earlier levels.
Step 4: The final level of contact with the district about a question or concern is the Board of Education.
2021-2022 Middle/High School Vision Targets
1. We will encourage our students to advance in the areas of character, work ethic, attitude, commitment, and ownership.
2. We will provide clear and concise instruction to all of our students, and support our parents as partners in education.
3. We will foster inclusion through empathy, equity, problem solving, and relationship building for all students, parents, and staff.
4. We will challenge our students to hold themselves accountable in both honesty and integrity, while also being kind and empathetic to others.
October 22, 2021
End of the first quarter
October 25, 2021
No school - students
November 4, 2021
SPT conferences (4pm-7pm)
November 5, 2021
Half day students (SPT conferences 12:15pm-3:15pm))
November 15, 2021
No school - staff and students
November 24-26, 2021
No school - staff and students (Thanksgiving break)
December 14, 2021
First hour exam (full day of school)
December 15, 2021
Second and third hour exams (half day of school)
December 16, 2021
Fourth and fifth hour exams (half day of school)
December 17, 2021
Sixth and seventh hour exams (half day of school)
MS/HS Athletic Director
Director of Curriculum and Assessment
Instructional Technology Specialist