Western Hills High School News
Hills has most sucessful year yet at BETA Convention
Western Hills brought home the most awards in its History at the State BETA Convention. The convention was held this past Sunday-Tuesday in Louisville, featuring schools from various districts across Kentucky. 
The Western Hills BETA Chapter had its most successful year in WHHS BETA history, receiving second place overall in statewide BETA awards, winning the silver medal in Convention Sweepstakes. [Click "Read More" for the full article.]
Peru trip parent meeting to be held Thursday, February 19th

Want to learn about another culture first hand?
Want to visit another continent with friends and a personal guide?
An informational meeting for the summer trip to Peru will be held February 19th.
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Poetry out loud winners chosen

Thirty six students competed today in the Western Hills Poetry OutLoud competition. Read More to see our winners.  

Western Hills FCCLA chapter officers, Taylor Moreland and Abby Lucas, met with the Kentucky Board of Education on Wednesday, December 3 at KDE to promote Family and Consumer Sciences Day  
Hill's A-Team Undefeated
The Western Hills academic team claims yet another victory, this time over Sayre.  Western Hills Academic Team defeated The Sayre School of Lexington by a score or 124 to 111 on Monday evening, resulting in an UNDEFEATED SEASON for the WHHS A-Team in regular season Commonwealth Academic League play. Hills was up 67 to 61 after the written round, winning every round other than science, which was a tie.

Top written scorers for Hills included Todd Stetler in math, Andrew Bates in science and arts/humanities, and Cam Newton in language arts and social studies. Todd Stetler had the high score of the day with a 19/20 in math.

In quick recall, Sayre won the math round 14 to 6, giving them the lead. Hills won science 12-9, then lost language arts 11-8. In social studies, Cam Newton and Andrew Bates had an impressive 18 points (9 each), catapulting Hills into the lead. Hills went on to win humanities as well.

Top quick recall scorers for Hills included the following: Todd Stetler in math, Andrew Bates in science, Cam Newton and Samantha Hensley in language arts, Newton and Bates in social studies, and Newton in humanities.  

New Dates Available for SBDM Meetings
The new SBDM meeting dates are available for the rest of the school year.
Put Social Security numbers on ACT for KEES money
In order to recieve KEES money, students taking the ACT will need to submit their social security number on the ACT registration form. March 3rd, 2015 is the WHHS ACT test date for all juniors.  
WHHS KYA Achievements
The KYA trip was a success.  Awards are as follows:

*Outstanding Delegate- Dawson McCoun

* President of the Senate for 2015 KYA- Sierrah Miley  

The Western Hills Academic Team placed first in the Commonwealth Academic League tournament. They defeated Sayre in the finals 114 to 110.  
Credit Union
The Westside Credit Union (sponsored by Commonwealth Credit Union) is giving away a frozen turkey & Adelia’s homemade pie!! WHHS Faculty/Staff members can be entered to WIN one of these simply by opening an account (for as little as $1), making a deposit or withdrawal into an existing account, or borrowing/paying off a lunch loan.  
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