West Campus High School

West Campus High School is a public college preparatory magnet high school in Sacramento, California. The school serves 800 students in grades 9–12 in the Sacramento City Unified School District.

Prior to the 2002–2003 academic year, West Campus was a satellite high school of the nearby Hiram W. Johnson High School and used the name Hiram Johnson West Campus.

West Campus has an Academic Performance Index score of 902 and a state ranking of 83. In 2007, West Campus High School shared the California Distinguished School Award with a few hundred other schools.

The mission of West Campus High School is to provide a safe and supportive school environment that fosters social and emotional well-being; presents students with a challenging curriculum focused on college and career readiness; and promotes the development of lifelong learners and contributing citizens. We are a small, public college-preparatory high school serving academically motivated students who reside in the culturally and economically diverse neighborhoods of Sacramento. 

    The West Campus High School is a Public university located in Sacramento.
    The West Campus High School was founded in 2002.
    The current president of West Campus High School is John McMeekin.

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