Update on COVID-19:
For the 2020-2021 school year, families have two educational options to choose from for our district. One is our hybrid model of learning where students are grouped into Cohort A and Cohort B. Cohort A will attend school for 5 days while Cohort B will remain at home and work remotely. The following week the cohorts will switch and Cohort B will be at school and Cohort A will work remotely from home and it will continue as such until it is safe to have staff and students in the buildings. Option two for students is to register for the Westerville Virtual Academy where they will complete all of their coursework 100% virtually for at least the first semester.
With the uprise in COVID-19 numbers in Franklin County, the district has decided to go 100% remote learning for all students as of July 29, 2020 until at least October 2020. Our original start date was August 13 and that has been changed to August 24. If you have questions regarding our district's plan please go to www.westerville.k12.oh.us for more information.
The mission of Westerville North is to ensure learning by effectively engaging every student, every day.
Westerville North High School is a dedicated and passionate learning community of parents, students, staff, and community members who are committed to cultivating one of the best high schools in America. Centered on the spirit, pride, and tradition of the Warrior Way, our community empowers students to become responsible, productive participants in our global society. The following vision statement is intended to clarify the commitments Westerville North High School Stakeholders make to ensure we achieve excellence in education for every student every day… Read More
College Credit Plus
The CCP Program allows eligible Ohio students in grades 7 through 12 to earn college and high school credit through the successful completion of college courses. Students interested in CCP (which includes, but is not limited to, specialized programs such as the John Glenn Internship as well as CCP courses offered on a student’s high school campus) must turn in an intent form to their school counselor, demonstrate college-readiness, and be accepted by the college/university they wish to attend. Each college/university has their own GPA and standardized test minimums. Please visit the Westerville City Schools district site for more information
Miss the 2020-2021 CCP Informational Meeting? View our 2020-2021 Informational video to access your intent form!
Are you a returning CCP student? View this refresher video to obtain your intent form for 2020-2021! Returning students must submit an intent form each school year.
Want To Stay Up To Date?
To replace Remind 101, counselors have created a classroom on Schoology. You can join by using the parent access code: WBFF-352M-7BJTP
Be sure to turn on mobile notifications to get notified when a post is made.
Need help logging onto Schoology? Please contact your student's counselor for assistance.
Although Community service is not a requirement for graduation, we encourage every student to get involved.
POINT matches volunteers with local charity events through the volunteer app and nonprofit web dashboard. Using the free POINT app, volunteers can find nonprofit service events and sign up with a tap. STUDENTS: your access code, once you download the app to a smart device, can be found in your student email account. Please use this code to set up your profile in your account and you will be ready to use.
Needing a Schedule Change?
The Deadline to drop a class has passed. Please see your counselor if you have questions or concerns about a particular class.
Missed a Presentation or want to see it again?
Columbus Career Center Information for the 20-21 school year
1/29/2020 Advisory Presentations:
Financial Aid Process- Faith Phillips (09/2019)