2022

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Westerville City Council recognizes WCSD students for 2022 National History Day projects 2022 National History Day projects recognition

The Westerville City Council recognized three Westerville City Schools students for their 2022 National History Day projects that advanced to the national contest in June.

During the Sept. 20 meeting, Mayor Diane Conley and council members presented certificates to Julianna Trudden, Emilea Gilbert and Fraser Hartnell for their achievements.

Five Westerville seniors named semifinalists for the 2023 National Merit Scholarship Program WCSD National Merit Semifinalists 2023

Five Westerville seniors are semifinalists in the 68th annual National Merit Scholarship Program, according to a recent announcement by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC).

Westerville Education Foundation accepting Fall Grant applications through Oct. 14 Westerville Education Foundation logo

The Westerville Education Foundation is accepting applications for its Fall 2022 grant cycle through 5 p.m. Oct. 14.

Questions about college and career planning? Ask your WCSD high school counselor WCSD counselors support students in college and career planning process

With the college application season ramping up, counselors across Westerville’s three high schools are launching workshops, planning sessions and providing resources to help high school seniors and their families throughout the process.

WCSD students selected to the College Board National African American Recognition Program College Board National African American Recognition Program 2022

Sixteen high school juniors at all three Westerville high schools have been selected to the College Board National African American Recognition Program, which recognizes African American students across the country based on their PSAT or AP scores. 

Summer educational trips take WCSD middle and high school students to Dominican Republic, South Africa Snorkeling in the Dominican Republic

Westerville South High School physical science and biology teacher Becky Rollo explored the waters of the Caribbean with middle schoolers across the district and observed endangered animals native to South Africa with WCSD high school students over the summer. 

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