eBooks are now available! Just click the picture for more information!
Congratulations to Star Voices on receiving a Gold Rating at both District and State Solo and Ensemble!
Garret Cooney was awarded 3rd place at the Indiana High School Junior Art Invitational held at Herron School of Art and Design.
Mackenzie Hoffman was a participant at the Indiana High School Junior Art Invitational held at Herron School of Art and Design.
Lilly Finalists David James & Erica Timmons
Congratulations to Pate Thomerson on winning the Evans Scholarship! Click on the picture for the story!
Washington D.C. Trip Summer 2014
Life Skills will be hosting its next Big Cooking Project (BCP)on Friday, March 13. We will be hosting 10 Webo staff for a wee taste o' Ireland!
The AG class and the Life Skills class are partnering together to build a handicap accessible garden for the junior/senior high school. It will be located outside the band room entrance. Watch for a splash of color to bloom (hopefully) very soon!
Life Skills would like to thank the Community Foundation of Boone County for the mini-art grant they awarded to us a few months ago. This allowed us to purchase a wide range of instruments and equipment to set up our own classroom music therapy program. The boom whackers are a definite favorite with the students!
THANK YOU so much to Cindy Andersonand the State Bank of Lizton for working with the Life Skills class to set up the real-life banking project! Participating students really enjoy these Wednesday excursions and are learning so much!
Congratulatons to the February Student of the Month winners!
7th Kalei Garza
8th Faith Browning
9th Vincent Landfair
10th Colton Cromwell
11th Cassie Washam
12th Isaiah Huckstep
Life skills has now collected and recycled over 5,000 plastic bottles and aluminum cans since the beginning of the school year!Their new goal is to recycle 10,000 by the end of May. PLEASE do your part by putting all of your bottles and cans in the various receptacles around the school grounds. Together WE can make a difference in our world!
Western Boone is partnering with Excel Edge to offer a SAT prep class called SAT 2400. Class will run from March 2nd through April 27th on Mon, Tues, and Thurs mornings from 7-8am and costs $245. For more information please review the SAT 2400 information document.
The spring Book Fair will take place in the Media Center from 7:30 to 3:30 the week of March 16-20. The fair will feature fun, entertaining, and educational books and accessories for teens.
Our staff believes in creating an environment that is conducive to providing ample opportunities for all students to be successful. As a result, there is a strong commitment to every program and service that our student body is involved with on a daily basis. Whether it be in the classroom, on the athletic field or on the auditorium stage, our philosophy is if we are going to provide something for all of our students, it needs to be the very best possible. At Western Boone Jr.-Sr. High School, we may be small in size but we are big on opportunity.
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Rob Ramey, Principal
Western Boone Junior-Senior High School is committed to creating an inspiring and safe environment where all students are encouraged to maximize personal growth and accountability, while being empowered with the tools necessary to be problem solvers and life-long learners.
Graduates of Western Boone Junior-Senior High School will be able to implement the knowledge gained from all facets of the programs and services provided in order to become responsible and productive citizens who value the importance of being adaptable thinkers in an ever-changing world.
Western Boone Junior-Senior High School values and embraces quality instruction while incorporating best practices and an effective curriculum aligned to the state standards within our school. We also value community resources and use those resources available to us as a means to develop our students into independent, responsible, and diverse citizens.