Dr. Brown has posted an update to his Notes from the Superintendent where he discusses the musical at the high school this past weekend, the Community Coalition on Substance Abuse discussing their next steps, and information about other activities from last week including the District Strategic Planning sessions.
On January 26, twelve students gave speeches around the theme, "How My Best Brings Out the Best in Others" to members of the Camillus Optimist Club. The Optimists chose Greta Hahn from the high school and Eric Leubner from CMS to represent them at the next level of the 2016 Oratorical Contest that will be held on April 9 in Albany, NY. Congratulations!
On January 14, it was announced that twelve WGHS photography and ceramics students won recognition at the 2016 Scholastic Art competition. To see a listing of the photography students with information about their artwork, click on
West Genesee High School students will present the musical Once Upon a Mattress, at the high school auditorium on February 4-5 at 7:00 p.m. and February 6 at 2:00 p.m. Seats for all three shows are reserved and are $12 each.
The Academic Decathlon was held at Westhill High School on January 23 with competitors from Cazenovia, Liverpool, Tully, Westhill, and West Genesee high schools. The team from West Genesee High School came in first overall. The top three teams will advance to the state competition at SUNY Brockport to be held on February 26-27.
On Thursday, January 21, West Genesee High School hosted a Community Forum on Substance Abuse and Expo. The Camillus Police were one of our twenty expo participants who were on hand before our community forum on substance abuse that was attended by close to seven hundred people.
Dr. Brown has posted an update to his Notes from the Superintendent where he discusses the Academic Decathlon Team winning at the regional level, the Community Forum and Expo on Substance Abuse held last Thursday at the high school, and the upcoming Dialogue with the Superintendent.
The National Interscholastic Lacrosse Coaches Association presented their 2015 Man of the Year Award to Mike Messere, from West Genesee High School, at the IMLCA Convention on Saturday, December 12. Congratulations Coach Messere!
The Administration and Board of Education of the West Genesee School District join in extending greetings and best wishes for a Happy Holiday Season. May this season be filled with peace and joy and everything that makes for happiness. The artwork at right was created by Camillus Middle School eighth grader, Margaret Patten, and was sent out to the community. Congratulations to Margaret for having his artwork selected for the community holiday card!
On November 10, Kamel Awayda and Colleen Augello from the high school; Ty Lisi and Analise Castro from Camillus Middle School; and Maxsim Mekker and Lily Wegerski from West Genesee Middle School were honored by the Camillus Optimists with the David Kenna Youth Appreciation Awards. Lisa Long (foreign language teacher at West Genesee High School), Susan Mills (foreign language teacher at West Genesee Middle School), and Kristin Hudson (Kindergarten teacher at Onondaga Road Elementary School) received the 2015 Joseph A. Witowski Teacher of the Year Award.
On Sunday, September 27, 2015 the West Genesee School District and the Town of Camillus will hoted the 17th annual Race for Respect. The purpose of the race/walk is to promote and celebrate mutual respect, acceptance of responsibility and community among members of our school and local communities. Just click on the arrow below to view a short video of the event.
Eleven West Genesee High School musicians were accepted into the All-State Conference to perform in Rochester, December 3-6, 2015. The conference, including the final concerts, will take place at the Rochester Convention Center and is sponsored by the NYS School Music Association.
On August 24-25, new teaching staff participated in orientation and mentoring meetings. To view pictures of those teachers that participated in the program and who will be starting in the District this year click on
Eighty-seven students and recent graduates of West Genesee High School have been named Advanced Placement Scholars by The College Board in recognition of their exceptional achievement on the college-level Advanced Placement (AP) Examinations.
On August 19, 2015, the West Genesee Central School District
was notified by the New York State Education Department that West
Genesee High School has been designated a Reward School.
This signifies that the school is among those in New York State that has made the highest performance with no significant gaps in student achievement. Congratulations!
Twenty-seven WGHS students had a total of thirty-five perfect scores on their Advanced Placement examinations in May.
Welcome to the 9th Grade Students! Click here for the invitation letter to Freshman Orientation on Monday, August 31.
The WGHS student planners will be available through the school store at a cost of $3 when school starts.
The West Genesee PTA/PTO District Council is once again sponsoring a School Supply Drive. The purpose is to provide free school supplies for students in need of assistance who attend any school in the West Genesee School District. (Click on more for information about the program.)