December Newsletter


Homeless to Harvard

With an extraordinary story of triumph - going from homeless to Harvard - Liz Murray changes our perspective of hardship and despair by celebrating the opportunity and possibility of renewal that comes with every drawback in life. Her infectious attitude and fresh perspective on adversity are the highlights of this inspiring talk.

Click the following Youtube link below to watch her story:

Health and High Ability

Watch the following Webinar to get information about the link between health and academic high ability

The Importance of High School Extracurriculars

The Key to Extracurriculars

  • Pursuing something that really interests you. And even better, what you feel passionate about.
  • Colleges aren't impressed with dilettantes who share a random list of clubs on their applications.
  • Teenagers who focus on one or two interests in a meaningful way.

Follow the link below to learn more about the importance of choosing the right extracurricular activities for you!

Scholarship Newsletter

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Maximizing Financial Aid!

It's Financial Aid season!

Parents whose children are heading to college in the fall of 2018-2019, can complete the required financial aid forms now!

Five Mistakes to Avoid When Maximizing Financial Aid:

Answers to Common Questions about the FASFA:

Financial Aid Night

Tuesday, Jan. 30th, 6pm

Westview Theater

Parents & Guardians

PUSD Parent Education Course Offerings

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Supporting your Child through Grief and Loss

Beth Huppert a counselor at Chaparral Elementary School and the Caring Connections Center presented on how to help support your child through grief and loss. If you would like more information about the presentation please email

Sophmores and Juniors

Empower Hour Opportunity

Westview High School is committed to helping you reach your highest academic potential. Beginning third quarter, you will have the opportunity to participate in ‘Empower Hour’, a group designed to help you discover your personal strengths and learn how to deal with everyday stress. If you would like more information see Mrs. Martinez in the Wolverine Center or email her at

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Attention Seniors!

The CCC provides paid opportunities for youth to serve their state protecting and restoring California’s environment, responding to disasters, and becoming stronger citizens, students and individuals through full-time job training. It's a chance for individuals to explore projects with different agencies during their year in the Corps and perhaps find something of interest. Corpsmembers are young men and women 18-25 years of age from all walks of life who sign up for a challenging year of service to California’s natural resources and communities. It is also a chance to earn scholarship money ($2,000 up to $14,200 ) to use in academic or vocational schools after the CCC.

if you are interested follow the link to learn more!