• Girls’ B-Ball Team Wins Conference, Host Playoff Game Friday

    The Westminster Wolves girls’ basketball team puts its 15 game winning streak on the line Friday night as it hosts a regional state playoff game against Mountain Vista High School. The Wolves won the East Metro Athletic Conference (EMAC) title last week, earning a first round bye and the right to host their first playoff game.
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  • Leggett Family Receives ‘Thanks of a Grateful Nation’

    Last week, Congressman Ed Perlmutter presented the family of Sgt. 1st Class Matthew Leggett with a flag that flew over the U.S. Capitol on Veterans Day, 2014.

    Leggett, a 1993 graduate of Westminster High School was killed August 20th while on duty in Kabul, Afghanistan.
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    MARCH 3RD 5:30PM-7:30PM

    Westminster High School
    Welcomes the Class of

    "Hello Seniors and Parents:
    The Senior Class Panoramic Pictures will be taken on Tuesday, March 3rd at 8:30 AM in the gym.
    This is the ONLY time pictures will be taken of the whole Senior class, so please make sure your student is in school and on time for the special event.
    Students will receive order forms and information at the picture.
    The order deadline for the lowest price will be Sunday, March 8th.
    Additional information is available at"

    Individual Cap and Gown pictures will be taken on  Wednesday, March 4th.  See Ms. Rodriquez I the accounting office to schedule an appointment.

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     MARCH 9-11TH
     March 9, 2015 - 11th grade only
    March 10, 2015 - 10th grade only
    March 11, 2015 - 9th grade only
     There will be Credit Recovery from 12:30 pm -2:25 pm all three days and Seniors do not need to attend these 3 days.

     March 20, 2015 - Flex Day

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  • 72nd and Raleigh Bridge Replacement Project


    As you may be aware, the city of Westminster has begun work to replace the bridge at 72nd and Raleigh Street that runs over Little Dry Creek. It is a high- priority project for the city that will ultimately lead to a safer and more attractive intersection. Over the next year, however, it will have a fairly significant impact on traffic patterns into and out of Westminster High School.

    72nd Avenue
    During much of the construction project traffic will be reduced to one lane in each direction between Bradburn Blvd. and Stuart.
    The city estimates that there will be at least two periods of time when 72nd Avenue will be completely closed between Bradburn Blvd. and Stuart. The city will offer as much advance notice as possible and provide signage about available detours.

    Raleigh Street
    There will be long stretches of time during the construction project when Raleigh Street south of 72nd Avenue will be closed to all traffic and/or reduced to a single lane.
    Utica Street (two blocks west of Raleigh) will remain open at all times, providing a safe entry and exit point to Westminster High School. Campus monitors will be in the north parking lot to facilitate the traffic flow and try to avoid backups.

    Allow extra time when arriving or leaving Westminster High School.
    Stay informed by reading updates on the Westminster High School web page and reading traffic signage from the City of Westminster.
    Exercise patience and flexibility.
    Remember that SAFETY is the highest priority.
    Contact the city of Westminster at 303 658 2125 with questions.
    More information about the project can be found here.

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  • Check out the new WOLVES HOWL -- Online Edition!

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  • To report any concerns regarding school safety or report tips anonymously please call:

    Safe2Tell: (877) 542-SAFE (7233)

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