District News

October 16, 2017

All West Sonoma County Union High School District Schools will be open to students on Tuesday Oct. 17

All West Sonoma County Union High School District Schools will be open to students on Tuesday, Oct. 17. Staff will return on Monday, Oct. 16 and Students on Tuesday, Oct. 17.

October 11, 2017

All West Sonoma County Union High School District Schools will be closed through Friday Oct. 13th

The West Sonoma County Union High School District has closed El Molino, Analy, Laguna, and West County Charter Middle through Friday. October 13th due to the fires in Sonoma County.

September 28, 2017

2017 CAASPP Scores

The California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) is a system intended to provide information that can be used to monitor student progress and ensure that all students leave high school ready for college and career. Please click on the link above for more information.

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West County Charter Middle School

As a member of one of Sonoma County's most reputable high school districts, West County Charter (WCC) is uniquely positioned to prepare middle school students (grades 7-8) for high school. WCC's professional development program includes ongoing training in the highly regarded Design Thinking approach to teaching and learning.

About West Sonoma County Union High School District

The West Sonoma County Union High School District is located in Western Sonoma County stretching from the rural orchards and dairies north of Petaluma on up the coast to the historic reaches of Fort Ross. The largest residential area in the District is the city of Sebastopol, located fifty miles north of San Francisco and 10 miles west of Santa Rosa.

The District lies within the world famous wine, grape, and apple producing region of Sonoma County. North of Sebastopol the communities of Forestville, Cazadero, Graton, Guerneville, Occidental and Monte Rio offer a slower paced life style for middle-income families who work in the area. A growing trend sees more families moving north from the congestion and pace of the larger urban areas of the San Francisco Bay.