Olivia Crudup: Singing Superstar!

Olivia Crudup: Singing Superstar!

Olivia was surprised by Mix 92.9 and the entire student body when she learned that she had won the Singing…

2014 WHS National Merit Finalists

2014 WHS National Merit Finalists

Mr. Duffer and Mrs. Pardue congratulate Morgan and Michael Byrd upon the announcement that they were named 2014 National Merit…

Hayley Andrews - TN Gov's School for Computational Physics

Hayley Andrews - TN Gov's School for Computational Physics

Hayley Andrews, WHS Junior, has just learned that she has been named to participate in the Tennessee Governor's School for…

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Westmoreland High School
Singing Star


Olivia WON the Mix 92.9 Singing Star Competition!!!

Not only did she win the competition,

she won $1,000 for herself AND $1,000 for WHS!!!

(pictures to follow!)



Cafeteria Insufficient Check Policy


Sumner County Schools has adopted a new policy regarding "insufficient funds" checks received by the cafeteria. Effective Monday, January 27th, the responsibility for collecting on insufficient funds checks was contracted to Nexcheck Payment Solutions. In addition to the returned check amount, Nexcheck will add a service fee of $30.

Example: For a check in the amount of $20 that is returned for "insufficient funds", Nexcheck will be collecting the amount owed ($20) plus a returned check fee ($30) for a total of $50.

Additionally, the Cafeteria can no longer accept "Counter Checks". Checks sent in should have the payor's name and address printed on them and must include a valid telephone number.



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

Westmoreland High School’s Vision is to ensure that all students master state standards, End of course exams, and earn a high school diploma.


Attention Teachers: Follow the following link to TN Core and Constructed Response information: http://tncore.org/