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  • ACT ACT Test February 27th

    On Tuesday, February 27th, junior students will be taking the State/District ACT test during periods 1-6 at MWHS.  It is a full length, official ACT with Writing test that will yield a college reportable score.  


     However, it is different from a National ACT Test in three important ways:

    1. Students do not need to register for this test as they will for any other ACT they take.  Registration is done in school with all students about one week prior to testing.

    2. Testing will take place during the school day rather than on a Saturday morning.  

    3. It will only cost $20.  Any national ACT with Writing will cost students $58.50.  Confidential fee waivers are available to students who qualify for free/reduced lunch.


    Students planning to apply to 4-year colleges will be able to use their score to satisfy college application requirements.  Students planning to apply to 2-year schools may be able to use their score to substitute for otherwise required placement testing.  And, students who are unsure of their plans for after high school will be able to use their score as a data point to help them determine an appropriate plan.  We are excited to be able to offer this opportunity to all junior students.

    Some important information for you to be aware of:

    • The $20 payment will be collected through the Skyward Family Access Fee Management tool.  This is the same process that is used to pay for class fees.  Simply login into Skyward Family Access, click on the Fee Management link on the left side and submit payment.  A confidential fee waiver will be applied to all students who qualify for free/reduced lunch.  The payment deadline is Friday, February 9th.

    • A resource titled Preparing for the ACT (paper) pdf is available to students on this website. It includes test taking strategies, test overview information and practice multiple choice tests.

    • Score reports will be mailed home 5-8 weeks after the answer documents are received by ACT.  

    • 10th grade students will be taking the PreAct (PACT) on the same day, so part of the high school building will be shut down to create a quiet and secure testing environment for all students.  


    If you have any questions, please contact your child's school counselor.  

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  • Winter Link Night Winter Link Night

    Friday, March 2nd, 2018

    7:00 -10:30pm

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  • Spring Play Egad MWHS Spring Play
    Egad, The Woman in White
    A Melodrama by Tim Kelly
    Friday, March 9th at 7:30
    Saturday, March 10th at 7:30
    Sunday, March 11th at 2:00pm
    Tickets: $10 adults $8 students
    Tickets will be on sale beginning Thursday, March 1st both in the activities office during school hours and online. 
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Westonka News

  • MWHS Celebrates Second Quarter Success

    Mound Westonka High School students and staff combined the 100th day of school and the second quarter celebrations at a school-wide assembly on Feb. 13. Students celebrated 100 years of Westonka Schools by participating in School Spirit and Throwback Dress-Up Day and a trivia contest centered on the district’s centennial.

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  • Support Team Westonka in the Polar Plunge

    Team Westonka is taking the Polar Plunge on March 10. Learn how you can participate or support a plunger.

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  • Don't Miss the Biggest Band Event of the Year

    Over 350 students in grades 5-12 are gearing up for the biggest band event of the year. The Westonka All-District Band Concert will be held Sunday, March 4 at 2 p.m. in the MWHS gym. At this special concert, the audience will get to hear the music progress from the simplicity of first-year band students' notes to a challenging and inspiring Wind Ensemble performance.

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  • Jessy Cai Named National Merit Finalist

    Jessy Cai, a Mound Westonka High School senior, has been named a finalist in the 63rd annual National Merit Scholarship Program and will compete for more than 7,500 scholarships offered to National Merit finalists.

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  • Hometown Crowd Welcomes Minnesota Teacher of the Year Corey Bulman

    Mound Westonka High School English teacher and current Minnesota Teacher of the Year Corey Bulman presented to Westonka students, staff and community members on Feb. 15. Watch the video of his powerful presentation.

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  • Alumni Profile: Super Bowl's 'Mr. Hospitality' Reece Anderson

    He was known as “Mr. Hospitality” and the “Go-To Guy” for events leading up to Super Bowl LII, but to those who remember him from his time at Mound Westonka High School, he’s Reece Anderson. The 2005 MWHS graduate served as the main liaison with businesses and the NFL during the 10-day Super Bowl festival earlier this month.

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