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Wednesday, May 23
Last Day for Students

AFTER SCHOOL TUTORING
Tuesday-Thursday 3:30-4:30


Greetings!
I am excited to have an opportunity be a part of the West Point High School family. High school years are a special time in a teenager’s life. It’s a time of academic and personal challenge, and a time to make important decisions about present and future plans. We appreciate the sustained support provided by our parents, community members, and local businesses. We pledge to continue to work hard to make our academic program even stronger to ensure our students are successful and prepared for the future. We sincerely believe that educating students is a team effort and that, together, we can make a positive difference in lives of students.

Jermaine Taylor, Principal
NCLB REPORT CARD 2016-2017
  • October Teachers of the Month:
    Alissa Foggle, Not Pictured: Cheryl Bowens
    November Teachers of the Month:
    Perry Furr and Sandra Carver
  • October Students of the Month
    1oth Grade Brittni Moore, 11th Grade James Walker,
    November Students of the Month:
    9th Grade Chancellor Drake, 10th Grade Quadry Chandler, 11th Grade Shakyra Collins, 12th Grade Trae Griffin
  • September Teachers of the Month
    Tolanda Ramsey and Catherine Adams
  • September Students of the Month
    9th Shelisa Doss, 11th Tyhja Journigan, 12th John Brown Not pictured: 10th Ashanti McCoy
  • August Teachers of the Month
    Janice Jones and Samantha Wilbon
  • August Students of the Month
    9th Rniyah Grice, 10th LeKimberley Clark, 11th JB Harrell, 12th Prince Jordan
  • Ms. Crawford took five high school FBLA students to district competition in Booneville, MS at Northeast Mississippi community college. They competed in four different events against 750 other Mississippi students.

  • Miss Amy Lenoir, a senior, placed 3rd in journalism and will travel to State Competition in Jackson, MS in April to compete for a chance to go to National Competition in Baltimore, MD.

  • WPHS celebrates National Library Lover's Month
  • Student's participated in a week of activities that included Free Bookmark Day, Sweet Treat Basket Drawing Day, Fine Free Day and I Read Day...
  • Libraries are Valuable!
  • NOTHING BUT CLASS!
    Largest number of college football signees in Coach Chambless' 16 year career..
  • Ron Clark, New York Times best-selling author & founder of the Ron Clark Academy, recently paid a visit to the teachers and faculty of the WPCSD. He was welcomed by Asst, Superintendent Rieta Humphries and Latosha Williams.
  • Ron Clark signs a copy of his book "The Essential 55" for Bruce Mize, AP History Instructor at WPHS.
  • Congratulations...Marica Vance and Niya Selvie
  • Parents and Students celebrate during Honor's Hour as Sgt. Hilbert observes
2017-2018 ACT Test Dates
September 9
October 28
December 9
February 10
April 14
June 9
July 14
Each Senior at WPHS is allowed 2 fee waivers. See a counselor to get a waiver. To register go to www.actstudent.org. You will need an e-mail account, a fee waiver or credit card/debit card, a picture you can upload and your high school transcript. On the day of the test , be sure to report to your testing room by 7:50. You will need to bring your admission ticket printed from the ACT registration page, a photo ID, an ACT acceptable calculator, and a snack if you would like.
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College Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment
If you are interested in getting a head start on college courses, you are now able to do that through our Dual Enrollment/Credit Program. You are allowed to enroll in college courses while you are still in high school. Dual Credit courses will also be counted for required high school credit. Below are requirements for the program.
Students should have:
- completed 14 core high school units
-a 2.5 or better grade point average
-ACT score
-an unconditional written recommendation from their high school principal/and or guidance counselor.
Students are responsible for the cost of the course. WPSD presently pays for the textbooks.
-Cost of a 3 credit hour class is $104. Each additional 3 hour class is $39.
-Cost of a 4 credit hour class is $107. Each additional 4 hour class is $42.
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