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  • WEST HIGH SCHOOL
    Principal: Jenni Weipert
    3505 West Locust Street
    Davenport, Iowa 52804
    Phone:  563.723.5600; Fax:  563.445.5954

    ATTENTION:  Must have Photo ID to enter building.

  • News, Events, and Announcements

    West High Student’s Artwork Chosen for Display at City Hall

    Makayla Covey’s photo entitled “I Walk Alone” was selected to represent West High School and to be displayed at City Hall for the next year. Makayla is featured in one of the photos with Mayor Klipsch at the recognition ceremony.

    Seussical Is Coming to West March 31/April 1

     

    Student Rachael Simmons created the artwork for the Seussical poster.

    Grammy Winning Pianist Visits West Music Students

    On March 14th, West music students were visited by Grammy winning jazz pianist Laurence Hobgood.  Mr. Hobgood entertained the students, playing a number of songs which were mostly improvised.  He also discussed his work in the music industry, his training, and the process of improvisation in jazz music.   

    West’s Economics Class Feeds those in Need

    On Wednesday, March 15, 2017, Mr. Achs’ economics class at West High helped those in need by making 140 sandwiches for St. Anthony’s Care and Share Program in downtown Davenport. The program began in 1985 when then pastor Fr. Kenneth Martin set aside funds from the weekly parish collection to aid the poor and needy in honor of St. Anthony, patron saint of the poor. To facilitate food distribution, Father Conroy opened what became known as the McAnthony Window at the rear of the rectory, which feeds over 200 homeless and needy persons five days per week.

    This is the 3rd time this year that Mr. Achs’ students have supported St. Anthony’s Care and Share Program.

    Future Teacher Club Goes to Iowa City

    The West High School Future Teacher Club visited the University of Iowa and learned about how to prepare for college.