Welcome toWayne-Westland Community High School
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Visit our Enroll Today page now for information on the Enrollment Process, What Schools your Child/ren will attend, What to Bring, as well as other important information and enrollment Quick Links.
If you are interested in registering for courses here at the Tinkham Educational Center, fill out the form and someone will be in touch with you.
How many credits do you need to graduate?
Students with 18 credits in the Michigan Merit Curriculum (MMC) can graduate.
How often do graduations take places for students?
We graduate students every 9 weeks.
Important Forms, Documents & Links
WWCS Forms, Documents & Links
Bus Transportation Routes - MISTAR
Bus Transportation Forms & Information
Champions Before & After School
High School Points of Pride
Meal Magic Parent Portal
Military Recruitment Opt Out Form
Update Registration for Current Students
Volunteer Information & ICHAT Form
Points of Pride
Points of Pride
- 85 graduates for the 2017-18 school year, compared to 46 in 2016-17, 10 in 2015-16, and 6 in 2014-15.
- 88% of the school population feel supported by staff, compared to 44% in recent years, found through our school perception data survey
- Over 90% of our student population passes at least one of their classes, compared to 71% of our students in 2015-16
- We have almost tripled the percentage of students who pass all of their classes from two years ago.
- 88% of our potential graduates this year graduated on time
- 3 teachers (almost half of my teachers) on staff have been teaching for over 20 years
- The newly developed COST (Coordination Of Services Team) program has almost 40 community members on it!
- Program enrollment has tripled over the past four years and each year we have a waiting list
- Our e2020 (online) pass rate has increased from 26% three years ago to now 65%
WWCHS Latest News
Good Evening Wayne-Westland Community School Students, Staff, and Families,
What a great first week of school! This was one of the smoothest starts of the year that I can remember. Our students were able to open lockers, find their classrooms, navigate the technology, and acclimate themselves to what is going to be a great year. I want to thank all of you for your support and guidance.
Also, I want to inform you that we received reports of positive COVID-19 cases involving individuals connected with some of our schools. Those students who were in direct contact with any individuals were notified by our staff and are in quarantine. The purpose of this note is to ensure transparency with our entire school community by sharing information about a COVID-19 case involving an individual who was recently in one of our buildings.
We continue to work closely with the Wayne County Health Department, which will follow its protocols and communicate directly with those who may have been impacted. To protect the confidentiality, we do not release names in any COVID-19-related case. I appreciate your understanding and ask that you respect the privacy of those impacted. Wayne-Westland Community Schools’ response procedures for cleaning and disinfecting are being followed.
We all must continue to partner for the health and safety of students, families, and staff. Please take all steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. These activities include self-screening and keeping your child at home if they do not feel well, using personal protective equipment, distancing where practicable, and frequent hand washing.
Have a wonderful week.
John Dignan, Ed.D.
Dear Wayne-Westland School Community,
The 2021-22 school year is right around the corner. We can’t wait to welcome our students back on Monday, August 30. All school offices are open and our team is busy preparing a welcoming and engaging environment at your school. Our high school bands and athletic teams are back on the practice field and secondary parents have received informational packets. You will also receive emails from your child/ren’s principal with school information.
Today, August 27, 2021, the Wayne County Health Department announced they are implementing a K-12 mask mandate for all schools in Wayne County. Effective immediately, all PreK-12 students, staff, and visitors, both vaccinated and unvaccinated, are required by law to wear masks while inside any District school or building. This is a mandate for all Wayne County school districts. Masks are not required outdoors for staff, students or visitors.
In addition to the mask mandate, the District will continue protocols that have proven effective, including self-screening, regular hand washing, use of disinfectant, distancing to the extent practicable, and contact tracing in combination with quarantine. While vaccines remain a personal choice, we join the health department and the many individuals impacted by COVID-19 to encourage you to learn more about their availability.
Please engage in daily screening and keep your children home if they do not feel well or run a fever.
For Families Who Use Transportation
Consistent with the federal mandate and the CDC's Requirement for Face Masks on Public Transportation, which includes school buses, face masks will continue to be required for students, staff, and drivers while using WWCS transportation services.
All athletic and activities programs will continue to follow MHSAA guidelines and Wayne County Health Department mandates. Until further notice, all indoor activities including practice, competitions, weight room, team meetings, locker room use, team dinners, etc., require all personnel, student-athletes, and spectators to wear a mask.
Information on the latest school protocols is on our District website and is included in our WWCS Parent Handbook. I also encourage you to reach out to your school principal should you have additional questions regarding building protocols or other back-to-school-related questions.
Our skilled WWCS educators foster excellence and growth in our students is about to begin! Thank you for your partnership as we launch another exciting school year. As we look to the coming year, I am excited about the traditions and positive experiences that are characteristic of every school year. We develop champions in the classroom, in competition, and in life here at Wayne-Westland CommUNITY Schools. Thanks for your continued support and assistance as we start a great new school year!
John Dignan, Ed.D.
Have you attended or attempted 2 or more years of high school? Do you want to graduate high school with a diploma quickly? Are you interested in learning in a unique, fun way? If you answered YES to those questions, you need to check out Wayne-Westland Community High School. Please see the attached Registration Information document for more details.
We are excited to share that Wayne-Westland Community Schools is offering a Young 5s program this fall. Attached is a flyer that explains the program with a link to an interest form.
Wayne-Westland is also a School of Choice District so students do NOT have to live within our attendance boundaries to attend our District.
Please share this information with anyone who may be interested in a Young 5 program for their child.
Enjoy the rest of your summer.
Are you a new family considering Wayne-Westland Community Schools and looking for information about the programs offered in the District? Want to know a little bit more about each of the schools in the District? The WWCS Tour Book will give you an overview of the District and each of the schools.
There is also information on
how to enroll a new student,
free sports programs for elementary, middle and high school students,
Talented and Gifted programs,
free preschool programs and
our Wayne-Westland Online school.
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Wayne-Westland Community High School.
5400 Fourth Street
Wayne, MI 48184
Attendance Line: 734-419-2436
Full Day: 7:50 am - 2:40 pm
Wayne-Westland Community High School
5400 Fourth Street
Wayne, MI 48184
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