PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE: If you want your child to have an awesome educational experience, consider Westside Pre-Engineering Magnet High School. We love and respect ALL students. We believe ALL students can learn. It is our goal to understand and meet our students' needs. Contact me if you need us to serve your child. Also, if you want to be a part of our family... consider teaching, mentoring, volunteering, or serving as a business partner at Westside. We come to work early and stay late for our students!
Bibb County School District CTAE Director Dr. Cassandra Washington and CTAE Supervisor Mr. Jason Weiss are proud to announce that Westside Pre-Engineering Magnet High School has been awarded the coveted Georgia Department of Education “Engineering and Technology Education Program Industry Certification.” This designation certifies that Westside has met the highest standards for instructional program and facilities as established by the Engineering and Technology Education Profession. This award culminates a year of evaluation and a rigorous on-site inspection based on standards established by the International Technology and Engineering Education Association (ITEEA) in conjunction with the Georgia Department of Education. Pictured with their certificates of accomplishment are Lead Engineering instructor Mr. Edward Bujak (L) and STEM Coordinator Mr. Mark Paschal (R). Congratulations to CTAE and Westside Pre-Engineering Magnet High School for this outstanding accomplishment!
Westside’s STEM Engineering Concepts class takes a break to send greetings and wishes for a Happy STEM Day 2017! Now they must get back to work on their Hydraulic Robotic Arm Project….
Westside is proud to present our Teacher of the Year for 2017-18, Ms. Apeksha Mehta! Ms. Mehta is our Math Department Chair, and has an exemplary background with multi-national educational experience. She consistently implements student-focused instruction with an unwavering commitment to high expectations for student achievement and success. Her collaborative contributions bring a constant flow of fresh ideas and applications for instructional technology that benefit both her math colleagues and the entire teaching staff. Her contribution to school and community organizations and educational initiatives is a model for all members of the educational profession. Please join us in recognizing this outstanding educator’s contribution to Westside’s students, staff, and stakeholders!
GEAR UP students show “Top Gun” form at Robins AFB Museum of Aviation Flight Sim School! One of Westside’s STEM partners!
Registration for the Summer Opportunity Program 2017 will be held on May 15th and May 22nd from 5-7pm in the Westside High School Rotunda and Media Center. Stakeholders can choose the date that is convenient for them. There is no cost for summer school, however, a $10 donation at the time of registration is requested. Funds will be used for the sole purpose of PBIS Incentives for Summer Program students. Students who had failing grades on their most recent progress report are STRONGLY ENCOURAGED to register for this opportunity to repair or recover credit. The program will run from 8am-4pm, Monday through Thursday, on June 5th-29th. Transportation will be available; breakfast and lunch will be provided.
Students are asked to leave backpacks, bookbags, tote bags, sports packs, gym bags, and large purses at home for the remainder of the school year. Help us ensure a safe and orderly finish to the school year!
Congratulations to Westside’s 2017 Golden Eagle winners! Sophia Franklin - Industrial Vocational and Myles McKay – Citizenship. Outstanding Honor for these exemplary Westside Students! Award receipients are shown at the Golden Eagle Awards Ceremony joined by CTAE Department Chair Ms. Valeria Drummond and Proud Principal Dr. Julia Daniely.
Westside’s BETA Club has been recognized as a 2016 - 2017 National Beta School of Merit. We salute their dedication to community service, and commitment to academic excellence! Special commendation to BETA Club sponsors Mr. Dominique Nichols and Ms. Janita Henley.
Congratulations to Mr. Dominique Nichols, who was honored as Bibb County School District Teacher of the Year for 2016-17! A well-deserved honor for a most humble and gracious educator, who is dedicated to serving the educational needs of ALL students!
Starting this Fall each Monday and Wednesday at WHS, students will Dress for Success >< Dress to Impress. This is a requirement for all students who are a part of Athletics, Beta, DECA, FBLA, TSA, National Honor Society, Student Council, Yearbook, Academic Team, Band, Drill Team, Drama, Math Team, SAAB, and Mod Squad. We want ALL students to Dress to Impress as well! Higher expectations for our students!
"Dress How You Want to be Addressed!"
8:00 AM Last Day of School
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Standup Meeting
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Testing- Final Exams
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM Instructional Team Meeting
2:50 PM - 3:00 PM Administrative Meeting
5:00 PM Westside High School Graduation
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM WHS Graduation- Macon Centreplex
Westside is proud to present our Star Student for 2016-17, Mr. Jacob Mulli. Pictured here at the BCSD Star Student banquet with his mother Ms. Nancy Midimmo (C), Senior Counselor Ms. Cathy Denson (R), and Principal Dr. Julia Daniely (standing). Jacob Mulli, a dual enrollment student who has a love for mathematics plans to attend Columbia University in the fall and major in Statistics. Jacob selected his AP Calculus teacher, Ms. Avila, as STAR teacher. Ms. Avila currently lives in another city and was not able to attend.
Teacher of the Year 2016-17
This exemplary educator is a former Westside student who has returned to develop his career as a professional educator. His academic portfolio includes a Bachelor of Arts in English from Fort Valley State University, followed by a Master of Arts in Teaching at Georgia College and State University.
His personal leadership and motivational skills have quickly led him to Language Arts Department Chair, Westside’s Leadership Team, as well as organizational and leadership responsibility for many special programs at Westside. Mr. Nichols maintains high personal standards, as well as high academic standards for his students, as he states “I believe in the capabilities of ALL students and I am persuaded that ALL students can learn.”