• Cardinals Claim 2nd Straight State Crown

    On Saturday, December 6th, at Met Life Stadium, the Westwood Cardinal football team defeated the Warriors of Waldwick/Midland Park to win the first back to back state football championships in school history. Congratulations to the players, coaches, and all those who supported and cheered them on along the way.

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  • Westwood Jr./Sr. High School

    Welcome to the Jr./Sr. High School website! On our site, you will find helpful information and links. Please be sure to visit our site often for updates and current information. You are encouraged to subscribe to e-alerts so you don’t miss any important updates. CLICK THE PICTURE TO THE RIGHT TO VIEW A MARKETING VIDEO WHICH HIGHLIGHTS THE SCHOOL'S MISSION AND VISION.

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  • Academic Program

    The foundation of the multifaceted educational experience offered at the Westwood Regional Jr./Sr. High School is, first and foremost, a curriculum that fosters high academic achievement through rigor and relevance to both the students’ lives and the world around them. To challenge our students, we offer three levels of instruction to address all ability levels. Click the picture to the right to learn more

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  • Arts, Athletics, Activities, and Service

    As academics are a keen focus of the Westwood Regional Jr./Sr. High School, our community also recognizes that student achievement comes in various forms. This is evident in the school’s outstanding Visual and Related Performing Arts curricular and extracurricular programming. Click the picture to the right to learn more

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Headlines & Announcements

  • WWRSD, WWJSHS Garner Distinction

    The Westwood Regional School District, Westwood Jr./Sr. High School, and 8th grade got nods from school rankings clearinghouse Niche.com as top 100 in various categories.

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  • Advanced College Readiness Program

    On Thursday, December 18th, Mr. Brian Faehndrich, K-12 Science Supervisor, presented on the status of the implementation of the Advanced College Readiness Science Program.

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  • French Students Visit Bilingual School

    Students in the French IV H/AP class went on a field trip to The French American Academy located in New Milford.

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  • Math and Science Teachers Team Up

    On Monday, December 15th, Math and Science teachers at the Jr./Sr. High School teamed up to examine the Next Generation Science Standards.

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  • Tri-M Spreads Holiday Cheer

    On Monday, December 15, band students from the Jr./Sr. High School's Tri-M National Honor Society performed a holiday concert at HUMC– Pascack Valley.

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  • ASL Students Visit Elementary Schools

    High School ASL students visited the elementary schools to present holiday songs. Each ASL class had the opportunity to visit an elementary school. Mrs. Kang and Mrs. Schinn worked together to have each class prepare multiple holiday songs.

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  • Dream House Design Competition

    Mrs. Gann's students designed a house generating a 3D model in Google SketchUp. The unit also included a competition, the winning 3D model will be 3D printed!

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  • Campanile NY Jets Coach of the Year

    "The New York Jets announced today that Westwood football coach Vito Campanile has been named this year's recipient of the New York Jets High School Coach of the Year Award presented by Chase." (www.newyorkjets.com)

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  • WW To Observe Hour of Code

    “The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching millions of students in 180+ countries. Anyone can organize an Hour of Code event. 1 hour tutorials are available in over 30 languages.

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  • Italian Teacher Awarded Grant

    The WWRSD World Language Department is pleased to announce that Italian teacher, Anthony Genovese, has been awarded a $4,500 grant from the Italian American Committee on Education (IACE). The IACE partnered with Edizioni Farinelli publishing company to provide Italian educational resources for the receiving school district.

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