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Westview High School is a public high school in Portland, Oregon in the Beaverton School District. It opened in 1994 and its first graduating class was in June 1996. As of 2015-16, Westview has 2,651 students.
Westview High School (Beaverton, Oregon) Wikipedia
The demographic breakdown of the 2,470 students enrolled in 2013-14 was:Male - 51.8%
Female - 48.2%
Native American/Alaskan - 0.6%
Asian/Pacific islanders - 24.0%
Black - 4.0%
Hispanic - 17.0%
White - 47.9%
Other/Multiracial - 6.5%
27.6% of the students were eligible for free or reduced lunch.
In 2014, the average SAT score among Westview students was 1708, compared to the Oregon state average of 1544.
Also in 2014, the average ACT score among 552 students at Westview was 22.4, compared to the 21.4 state average.
From the Class of 2014, which consisted of 571 students, 65% attended a 4-year college, while 15% attended a 2-year college.
In 2005, the team won the Rookie All Star Award at the Pacific Northwest Regional held at the Portland Coliseum, and a seat at the FIRST Robotics Championship in Atlanta, but they did not win.
Westview has one of the largest Speech & Debate programs in the state, with over one hundred students participating in the 2015 school year. Westview is ranked the highest in the state of Oregon with over 300 National Forensics League points, which is among the top one percent in the nation.
Westview has been awarded 3 state championships in the 6A classification (for schools larger than 1,521 students). The school earned successive state championships in 2006 and 2007, and most recently earned the 2012 Oregon School Activities Association state championship. Among Metro League conference schools, Westview is the only one to have earned a state championship in Speech & Debate.Symphonic Band: State Champions 2000,2001,2002
Boys' Soccer : 2011
Kara Braxton – WNBA basketball player
Trevor Crowe – former MLB baseball player
Erik Hurtado – MLS soccer player
Garrett Jackson – professional basketball player
Carson Kelly – MLB baseball player