Westmont High School (California)

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Westmont High School
Westmont High School billboard.jpg
4805 Westmont Avenue


United States
Coordinates37°16′17″N 121°59′06″W / 37.2714°N 121.9851°W / 37.2714; -121.9851Coordinates: 37°16′17″N 121°59′06″W / 37.2714°N 121.9851°W / 37.2714; -121.9851
School typePublic, comprehensive high school
MottoIt's a Great day to be a Warrior!
School districtCampbell Union High School District (CUHSD)
SuperintendentRobert Bravo
PrincipalJason Miller
Faculty70.8 (2020-21)[1]
Grades9 - 12
Enrollment1,723 (2020–21)[1]
Hours in school day7-8 hours
Color(s)    Red, white and black
Team nameWarriors
RivalProspect High School
NewspaperThe Shield

Westmont High School is located in Campbell, California, United States and is part of the Campbell Union High School District. First opened in the fall of 1964, Westmont drew students initially from both Blackford and Campbell High Schools. The school retains many academic achievements including the 1996 California Distinguished School and 1997 National Blue Ribbon School.

The school is also home to the Campbell FFA Future Farmers of America

The school sits at the Northwest corner of the 1839 Alta California land grant, Rancho Rinconada de Los Gatos. San Tomas Aquino Creek wraps around the northern edge of the school and formed the land grant's boundary.


Notable alumni at Westmont High School include:

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  1. ^ a b "Westmont High". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved October 5, 2022.

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