Tuesday, January 3rd is a B Day Schedule

  • The Oxford Academy Stone Family Student Center 1393 Boston Post Road, Westbrook CT

    Light On Westbrook

    Join us on March 25th for Light On Westbrook, a photography exhibition and photo drawing. The proceeds from this event will benefit The Meal Project for Westbrook Youth, a Westbrook Public Schools initiative. Visit https://www.westbrookctschools.org/light_on_westbrook_1226994 for more information.

    Westbrook Public Schools
  • Hartford Expo Center

    NACAC College Fair

    School Counseling Office
  • Xavier High School

    College Fair

    School Counseling Office
  • Culinary Room

    Music Boosters Meeting

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  • SAT Registration Deadline

    Registration deadline for May 6th SAT

    School Counseling Office
  • Good Friday - Schools Closed

    Westbrook Public Schools
  • April Break

    Westbrook Public Schools
  • Culinary Room

    Music Boosters Meeting

    Westbrook High School
  • WHS Auditorium

    Combined HS/MS Small Ensembles Concert

    Westbrook High School
  • WHS Auditorium

    WHS Large Ensembles Concert

    Westbrook High School
  • Memorial Day - Schools Closed

    Westbrook Public Schools
  • Downtown Westbrook

    Concert Band: Memorial Day Parade

    Tardy time 9:30 AM

    Start time 10:00 AM

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The Daily Knight

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Core Values, Beliefs, and Learning Expectations

Core Values

Westbrook High School is committed to educating all students to achieve their unique potential as 21-st century learners. Faculty and staff value collaboration and reflection in order to provide instruction that engages all students in an equitable learning environment.


Westbrook High School believes that students learn best when they are actively engaged in their learning experiences and encouraged by a safe, supportive school climate that nurtures social connections, emotional well-being, academic skills, and personal integrity.

Learning Expectations

Students will meet expectations by:


  1. Reading a wide variety of texts effectively
  2. Writing effectively for a variety of purposes
  3. Presenting ideas accurately with the support of engaging media
  4. Thinking critically to solve problems and reach well-reasoned judgments
  5. Working responsibly and collaboratively


  1. Developing a spirit of belonging


  1. Contributing to a positive school climate by actively participating in the school community and respecting others

NEASC Accredidation Information

In October, Westbrook High School renewed its New England Association of Schools and Colleges accreditation.  Read the newspaper article written about the visit, as well as NEASC's final report, both available below.