May 12, 2017
May Mental Health Awareness Letter to all West County Families. Click the news item title for more info.
March 18, 2017
The West Sonoma County High School District is hiring Kirsten Sanft, currently principal at Cloverdale High, to head its new middle school charter program in Forestville. Click on the news item above for more information.
February 14, 2017
February 14, 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SEBASTOPOL—Niche.com released its list of the top 100 districts in California yesterday. At number 55, WSCUHSD received the highest ranking of any school from the Napa Valley to the Oregon border. The high school district serves 2,000 students at Analy and Laguna High Schools in Sebastopol and El Molino High School in Forestville. Click the new item title above for the complete press release.
January 26, 2017
Rialto Cinemas Presents a Free Preview Screening of The Bad Kids Monday, February 13 at 1 & 7pm Rialto Cinemas® 6868 McKinley St Sebastopol Film Screening Followed by a Discussion. Click the item title above for more info...
October 20, 2016
We are proud to announce that West County Charter, our new new middle school, will open in the Fall of 2017. For more information and a link to the new website click the news item title above.
September 26, 2016
From the Press Democrat. There is nothing terribly unique here. Azur Ingrassia, now a senior at El Molino High School in Forestville, grew up playing football. He knows push-ups, he knows laps on the track, he knows group workouts. But this isn’t football. The football team is one field over. These days, Ingrassia works out with the Lions’ cheerleading squad. Click the title above for more info.
August 2, 2016
The WSCUHSD board finalized the process of establishing the district’s new charter school at its June 15 meeting. West County Charter Middle School will serve as WSCUHSD’s first middle school, serving 7th and 8th grade students beginning in the fall of 2017. West County Charter Middle School students will benefit from the Design Thinking process, promoted by Stanford University. Design Thinking is a hands-on inquiry-based learning model that promotes a solution-based approach to problem solving directly linked to the community. The school will be located in Forestville, in beautiful West Sonoma County, which will offer its students the opportunity to connect with the rich ecosystem of the Russian River and the nearby majestic Redwood forests of the region.
June 3, 2016
On Thursday, June 2, 2016, the West Sonoma County Union High School District Board of Education approved the employment of Raul Guerrero as the new Analy High School Principal. Guerrero will be replacing Chris Heller who served 8 years at Analy. Guerrero will start his new position at Analy on July 1, 2016. Click the news item title above for more information>
April 21, 2016
West Sonoma County Union High School District is pleased to announce the addition of a new Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services. Steve Charbonneau is an educational leader with 20 years’ experience in the field. He began his career as a high school social studies teacher in California. From early on in his career, Steve was heavily involved in creating 21st Century Learning opportunities for students. He served as an AT&T Virtual Classroom Teacher, leading high school students in collaborating with students in Japan, South Africa, Korea, and Germany and was also placed on special assignment for several years as an Instructional Technology Leader. In that role, Steve helped create professional development opportunities for staff with the purpose of integrating technology into the curriculum to augment student learning. In addition, Steve served as Fine Arts Academy Leader, guiding other high school teachers from different disciplines to create co‐curricular project‐based learning experiences for high school students. Click the News Item title above for more information.
March 30, 2016
The Summer School Application is now available. WSCUHSD Summer School program is designed for students who need remediation in core subjects to either improve GPA for college eligibility or earn credit(s) towards graduation. This program is not designed to be an opportunity for students to accelerate achievement of graduation requirements. Click the news item above for more information and to download the application