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Our FIRST Robotics Competition team was the 9th overall robot, 2nd draft pick, quarter-finalist
and winner of the Engineering Excellence Award at the St Joseph District competition.
Catch them in action again at the Tippecanoe District March 23-24 at Lafayette Jefferson High School!

robot5 robot
robot3 1
robot3 2robot4


 67th Lafayette Regional Science and Engineering Fair
  • Ania Ahsan; Thermodynamics of Myoglobin Renaturation
    • ISEF Category Award Winner - Silver in Biochemistry
    • The American Chemical Society - Purdue, Excellence in Biochemistry; $100, trophy
    • Biophysical Society; $100
    • Department of Biochemistry; $150, trophy
 
                               ania                                                                                                    
  • Irene Bhunia; Diabetes to Alzheimer’s Disease: The Effect of Insulin Resistance on the Mitochondrial Peptide Humanin in vitro
    • Grand Prize Overall Winner, Senior Division (top ten)
      • Will advance to HSEF
    • ISEF Category Award Winner - Gold in Biomedical
    • Biomedical Engineering Graduate Student Association; $50
    • Department of Biological Sciences; $50, trophy
 girls
  • Siya Goel; Improving Treatment for Alzheimer’s  by Enhancing Tyrosine Phosphorylation of the DAB1 Protein through Lauric Acid
    • Grand Prize Overall Winner, Senior Division (top four, 1st or 2nd place); $200
      • Will advance to HSEF
    • ISEF Category Award Winner - Silver in Cellular and Molecular
    • College of Engineering; trophy
    • Purdue Center for Cancer Research; $100
  • Kreesha Saha; Engineering a Systems Dynamics Model to Predict Plastic Degradation  
    • Grand Prize Overall Winner, Senior Division (top four, 3rd or 4th place); $100
      • Will advance to HSEF
    • Arizona State University, ASU Walton Sustainability Solutions Award
    • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), “Taking the Pulse of the Planet” Award
  • Saivisvesh Karthik; What is the most effective antacid for foods that commonly cause heartburn?
 sai

 


 GLCA

Announcements

Attendance

To report an absence, please call the 24-hour attendance line 765-746-0414, or use the Attendance email. You may also pdf review our Attendance Policy .

Be Our Sub!

West Lafayette Community School Corporation is currently hiring substitute teachers for the 2018-19 school year. Substitute teaching at WLCSC is an opportunity to positively support teachers and students in our community. We encourage anyone to apply who is able to work half or full days.
  • $90 for a full day.
  • Retired WLCSC teachers receive $110 for a full day

Interested? Do you meet our requirements:
  • Satisfactory background check results
  • Substitute teaching license (can be obtained through our school district)
  • Experience volunteering or working with K-12 students
  • At least 60 college credits

If so, review more information and apply here.

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Awards & Honors

usnews 300
West Lafayette Jr/Sr HS is one of only four Indiana High Schools to receive a Gold Badge, and one of only two public high schools to do so. Also, West Lafayette Jr/Sr HS ranks in the top 1% of the nation’s best high schools for STEM education. Congratulations RDP schools and RDP community!

Learn More ...
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West Lafayette Community School Corporation ranked #1 in Indiana!
  • #1 Best School District in Indiana!
  • #1 Best Teachers in Indiana
  • #1 Best College Prep Public High School in Indiana!
  • #1 Best Public Elementary School in Indiana (Happy Hollow)
  • #3 Best Public High School in Indiana!
  • #7 Best Public Elementary School in Indiana (Cumberland)

Learn More ...
buisness insider
West Lafayette Community School Corporation named the best district in Indiana by Business Insider!
  • Academics: A+
  • Health & safety: A
  • Student culture & diversity: A-
  • Teachers: A+

Learn More ...
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West Lafayette Community Schools has been named one of the best communities in the nation for music education!

Learn More ...
College Board 300
West Lafayette Community School Corporation placed on the College Board's 9th Annual AP District Honor Roll for significant gains in student access and success. RDP!! WLCSC is one of 373 school districts to earn a spot on CollegeBoard’s 9th Annual AP® District Honor Roll


The complete 9th Annual AP District Honor Roll can be found here.

Congratulations

Rocky Killion named 2015 Superintendent of the Year for District 4 by the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents. Learn More ...

Statements

Mission Statement

In order to prepare our students to meet the challenges of the twenty-first century, the West Lafayette Jr/Sr High School, in partnership with the community, will cultivate in our students
  • The academic, artistic, physical, and social growth of the individual;
  • A love of learning that will continue growth beyond formal education;
  • Respect for themselves and others;
  • The ability to interact effectively with people from diverse backgrounds, societies, and cultures;
  • Problem-solving skills and the adaptability in thinking needed to take their places as productive members of a global society.
Vision Statement

Graduates of West Lafayette Jr/Sr High School will be able to implement the skills and knowledge gained in academics and the arts (fine, practical, and physical) as productive members of our society. They will be adaptable thinkers, respecting themselves and others, ready to take their places in a rapidly changing world.

Beliefs Statements
  • Every individual has the value and the power to make a difference.
  • Strength lies in diversity of race, cultures, abilities, and talents.
  • Critical and creative thinking skills are essential to function in today's society.
  • Effective use of technology is an essential tool in today's society.
  • Our FIRST Robotics Competition team was the 9th overall robot, 2nd draft pick, quarter-finalist
    and winner of the Engineering Excellence Award at the St Joseph District competition.
    Catch them in action again at the Tippecanoe District March 23-24 at Lafayette Jefferson High School!

    robot5 robot
    robot3 1
    robot3 2robot4


     67th Lafayette Regional Science and Engineering Fair
    • Ania Ahsan; Thermodynamics of Myoglobin Renaturation
      • ISEF Category Award Winner - Silver in Biochemistry
      • The American Chemical Society - Purdue, Excellence in Biochemistry; $100, trophy
      • Biophysical Society; $100
      • Department of Biochemistry; $150, trophy
     
                                   ania                                                                                                    
    • Irene Bhunia; Diabetes to Alzheimer’s Disease: The Effect of Insulin Resistance on the Mitochondrial Peptide Humanin in vitro
      • Grand Prize Overall Winner, Senior Division (top ten)
        • Will advance to HSEF
      • ISEF Category Award Winner - Gold in Biomedical
      • Biomedical Engineering Graduate Student Association; $50
      • Department of Biological Sciences; $50, trophy
     girls
    • Siya Goel; Improving Treatment for Alzheimer’s  by Enhancing Tyrosine Phosphorylation of the DAB1 Protein through Lauric Acid
      • Grand Prize Overall Winner, Senior Division (top four, 1st or 2nd place); $200
        • Will advance to HSEF
      • ISEF Category Award Winner - Silver in Cellular and Molecular
      • College of Engineering; trophy
      • Purdue Center for Cancer Research; $100
    • Kreesha Saha; Engineering a Systems Dynamics Model to Predict Plastic Degradation  
      • Grand Prize Overall Winner, Senior Division (top four, 3rd or 4th place); $100
        • Will advance to HSEF
      • Arizona State University, ASU Walton Sustainability Solutions Award
      • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), “Taking the Pulse of the Planet” Award
    • Saivisvesh Karthik; What is the most effective antacid for foods that commonly cause heartburn?
     sai

     


     GLCA

    Announcements

    Attendance

    To report an absence, please call the 24-hour attendance line 765-746-0414, or use the Attendance email. You may also pdf review our Attendance Policy .

    Be Our Sub!

    West Lafayette Community School Corporation is currently hiring substitute teachers for the 2018-19 school year. Substitute teaching at WLCSC is an opportunity to positively support teachers and students in our community. We encourage anyone to apply who is able to work half or full days.
    • $90 for a full day.
    • Retired WLCSC teachers receive $110 for a full day

    Interested? Do you meet our requirements:
    • Satisfactory background check results
    • Substitute teaching license (can be obtained through our school district)
    • Experience volunteering or working with K-12 students
    • At least 60 college credits

    If so, review more information and apply here.

    Popular Links
  • usnews 300
    West Lafayette Jr/Sr HS is one of only four Indiana High Schools to receive a Gold Badge, and one of only two public high schools to do so. Also, West Lafayette Jr/Sr HS ranks in the top 1% of the nation’s best high schools for STEM education. Congratulations RDP schools and RDP community!

    Learn More ...
    niche 300

    West Lafayette Community School Corporation ranked #1 in Indiana!
    • #1 Best School District in Indiana!
    • #1 Best Teachers in Indiana
    • #1 Best College Prep Public High School in Indiana!
    • #1 Best Public Elementary School in Indiana (Happy Hollow)
    • #3 Best Public High School in Indiana!
    • #7 Best Public Elementary School in Indiana (Cumberland)

    Learn More ...
    buisness insider
    West Lafayette Community School Corporation named the best district in Indiana by Business Insider!
    • Academics: A+
    • Health & safety: A
    • Student culture & diversity: A-
    • Teachers: A+

    Learn More ...
    music 300
    West Lafayette Community Schools has been named one of the best communities in the nation for music education!

    Learn More ...
    College Board 300
    West Lafayette Community School Corporation placed on the College Board's 9th Annual AP District Honor Roll for significant gains in student access and success. RDP!! WLCSC is one of 373 school districts to earn a spot on CollegeBoard’s 9th Annual AP® District Honor Roll


    The complete 9th Annual AP District Honor Roll can be found here.

    Congratulations

    Rocky Killion named 2015 Superintendent of the Year for District 4 by the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents. Learn More ...
  • Mission Statement

    In order to prepare our students to meet the challenges of the twenty-first century, the West Lafayette Jr/Sr High School, in partnership with the community, will cultivate in our students
    • The academic, artistic, physical, and social growth of the individual;
    • A love of learning that will continue growth beyond formal education;
    • Respect for themselves and others;
    • The ability to interact effectively with people from diverse backgrounds, societies, and cultures;
    • Problem-solving skills and the adaptability in thinking needed to take their places as productive members of a global society.
    Vision Statement

    Graduates of West Lafayette Jr/Sr High School will be able to implement the skills and knowledge gained in academics and the arts (fine, practical, and physical) as productive members of our society. They will be adaptable thinkers, respecting themselves and others, ready to take their places in a rapidly changing world.

    Beliefs Statements
    • Every individual has the value and the power to make a difference.
    • Strength lies in diversity of race, cultures, abilities, and talents.
    • Critical and creative thinking skills are essential to function in today's society.
    • Effective use of technology is an essential tool in today's society.
 
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