Westport High School (Massachusetts)

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Westport High School
Westport MA High School.jpg
The front of Westport High
Address
19 Main Road
Westport, Massachusetts
Westport, Massachusetts, 02790
United States
Coordinates 41°37′16″N 71°04′49″W / 41.6211°N 71.0803°W / 41.6211; -71.0803Coordinates: 41°37′16″N 71°04′49″W / 41.6211°N 71.0803°W / 41.6211; -71.0803
Information
School type Public high school
Established 1800s
Status Open
School district Westport Community Public Schools District
Superintendent Dr. Ann Dargon
Principal Cheryl Tutalo
Vice principal Karen Antonelli
Grades 9-12
Age range 14-18 years old
Language English
School colour(s) Brown and White         
Athletics conference Mayflower League - Division 4
Sports Basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, soccer, lacrosse, football (associated with Bishop Connolly), golf (associated with Bishop Connolly)
Mascot Wildcat (Westport Wildcats)
Team name Westport Wildcats
Average SAT scores 475 verbal
485 math
467 writing (2010)[1]
Communities served Town of Westport
Website

Westport High School is located in Westport, Massachusetts. It services students from the 9th grade to the 12 grade, and it is part of the Westport Community Public Schools District.

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Sports[edit]

Westport High School has multiple sports teams that have won many sports championships in the Mayflower League. Westport has basketball, baseball, girls softball, lacrosse, soccer, football, and golf both associated with Bishop Connolly High School. The Westport Wildcats are one of the top teams with the most championships in the Mayflower League.

Education[edit]

Westport High School offers English, algebra, geometry, world history and physical science classes, including honors classes for the four main subjects areas. WHS offers two world languages, Portuguese and Spanish. Westport also has Physical Education/Health, and tech fluency. Electives include Sculpture & Ceramics, Introduction to Art, Photography, Multimedia, Digital Media, Concert Band, Guitar, Jazz Rock, Percussion Ensemble, and Concert Chorus.

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