Please join Westonka Public Schools as we mark the centennial of the opening of our first high school and our first graduating class.
Westonka has been celebrating its district centennial since the fall of 2015. In September 1915, the residents of several local K-8 school districts voted to consolidate and build a high school. The first meeting of the school board of the new consolidated district was Oct. 11, 1915. The board immediately went to work to design and build the first high school in downtown Mound at the current location of Mound Marketplace. Mound Consolidated High School opened in September 1917 and graduated its first class in the spring of 1918. That means the Mound Westonka High School Class of 2018 will be our 100th graduating class!
Although the centennial marks the founding of the high school, this will be a celebration for the whole district, with events and activities planned at all buildings. The celebration kicked off at the 2017 Spirit of the Lakes parade and will culminate with an all-class reunion in conjunction with Spirit of the Lakes on July 21, 2018.
Please check back on this website for more details.
Video: Celebrating a Century and Beyond
Share Your Memories
We invite Westonka students, alumni, families and community members to share stories and photos of Westonka Public Schools. We plan to highlight our history on Facebook and Twitter throughout the year, so feel free to follow along and share your photos and memories with the hashtag #Westonka100.
You can also share your photos or memories by emailing the Community Relations Office. We’ll share some of our favorites on social media.