Everything's Under Control Here

Everything's Under Control Here

Pay no attention to what appears to be chaos. We've got the situation under control!

Counseling Center Highway

Counseling Center Highway

Someone has been painting even more on a wall at school! What will it become?

Senior Scholarships & Awards Announced

Senior Scholarships & Awards Announced

Please visit our Facebook page for photos of ALL our Scholarship and Award Winners!

Oh! The Places you'll go!

Oh! The Places you'll go!

Please click on "Congratulations, Graduates!" link on the side menu.

Oh, the Places You'll Go!…

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English 9 Honors Summer Reading 2016-17

All upcoming English I Honors students (rising Freshmen) must read The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch with Jeffrey Zaslow and The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien. Students will be tested on these books on the first full day of classes for the fall semester. Students must know that tests count multiple times towards their overall average; failure to complete the reading assignment will negatively affect a student’s overall grade and possible inclusion in the honors program.


Please note that Mr. Gray will offer some extra credit to students that are willing to donate either of these two books to the English/Language Arts Department.

Nondiscrimination Notice


The Sumner County School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs or activities; and provides equal access to all programs and youth groups. The following individuals have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies:

Title IX Coordinators: 

Ms. Katie Brown (if student to student), Safe Schools, Healthy Students Coordinator, 695 East Main Street, Gallatin, TN 37066, 615-451-6500, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Mr. Shawn Curtis (if adults are involved), Assistant Director for Human Resources. 695 East Main Street, Gallatin, TN 37066, 615-451-5226, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

504 Coordinator: 

Ms. Selena Elmore, SCS Section 504 District Coordinator, 695 East Main Street, Gallatin, TN 37066, 615-451-6598,  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

District Newsletter

Follow the links below:

.....to read about how WHS and other Sumner County Schools are preparing for TN Ready Testing:

SCS District Newsletter (Fall, 2015)

.....or to learn about the SMART Goal process and WHS's top results in Algebra and English (page 40):

SCS District Newsletter (Spring, 2016)

WHS CTE/Metals Sweep SkillsUSA Competition

CTE Metals Teacher Charlie Shaw took four students to the Skills USA tournament and each one of them were recognized among the top students in their fields of competition. Sophomore Dylan Paquette not only won the Silver Award for Welding, but also a scholarship to Lincoln Tech valued at $5,000 to continue his education in the field. Junior Michael Shaw won a Bronze Award for CNC Lathe/Turning. Senior Jacob Tingle won a Silver Award in CNC Milling. Senior Lilly Tucker was named THE STATE CHAMPION in the Sheet Metal Competition. Mr. Shaw said "It is rare for all of a school's student competitors to place at the state level in the SkillsUSA competition." But these students represented Westmoreland High School EXTREMELY well and did just that. Congratulations to each of them and a special THANK YOU to Mr. Shaw for being an outstanding member of the WHS Faculty!


Welcome to Westmoreland High School, where spirit, pride, and tradition are the bywords of a school in which the entire community takes pride! WHS has been serving the students and families of northern Sumner County since the 1930s. Over the years, the students have excelled in both academic and extracurricular activities. We are exceptionally proud of our continuous commitment to the improvement of student learning.

Located in the backwoods of Westmoreland, TN, WHS is the best-kept secret of Sumner County. Our student population is approximately 580 students with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. 

 Our community is one that provides support and encouragement to all areas of our endeavors, and its support contributes greatly to the success of our students. We desire to continue our commitment to excellence in education; yet, we recognize that our students must be prepared to meet challenges far different from students in the past. It is with this attitude that we at Westmoreland High School understand the need for and commit ourselves to answering the challenges of the twenty-first century. 


Our Mission and Vision:

Mission Statement

Westmoreland High School’s Mission is to provide a broad educational experience within a safe atmosphere in order that all students may develop their academic, social, emotional, and physical potentials.

 Vision Statement

At Westmoreland high School, we are committed to our vision of teaching and learning, where

  • Students

    • Come to school regularly, on time, and prepared to learn

    • Are responsible for their own academic success by participating in the educational process in and out of school

    • Understand their current performance levels and work toward improvement


  • Teachers

    • Design and implement a standards-based curriculum

    • Work collaboratively and use data to develop, implement, and examine lessons and assessments to support student learning

    • Will set consistent, high expectations for their performance and for their students’ performance


  • The School

    • Will develop curriculum that addresses mastery of academic content and acquisition of life skills

    • Will create a supportive environment that establishes student/staff rapport and fosters students’ sense of community

    • Will provide a solid foundation for post-secondary educational choices and career opportunities


  • Parents and Community

    • Participate in the life of the school by attending programs, volunteering service, and assisting in the processes designed to enhance the various aspects of the school

    • Participate in two-way communication with the school for information and feedback

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