Westmark School incorporates the use of technology to enhance student learning and to enable students to access curriculum and produce academic work at a level that reflects their strengths and potential.
Individualized InstructionReading ● Math
Learning differences vary, requiring an individualized learning program for each student. When students understand how they learn, they develop strategies to compensate for weaknesses and take pride in their strengths.Learn More
Westmark’s Social Thinking program is a vehicle for students to explore their identity, develop leadership skills, and strategies for self-advocacy. The program fosters community, and provides increased self-awareness and
social thinking skills.
Westmark School athletics promote positive attitudes, develop skills and knowledge and encourage students to have fun. We promote sportsmanship, honesty, commitment, support, patience, hard work, integrity, loyalty, and pride.Learn More
ArtsPerforming ● Visual ● Digital
Westmark's Art curriculum encompasses performing, visual and digital arts, providing our students opportunities to explore their creativity, and develop advanced skill levels.Learn More
A key emphasis of the Westmark education is on the development of responsible members of society who contribute their time, energies, and talents to improving the quality of life in our school, community, nation, and world.Learn More
Westmark School’s experiential learning program offers students learning opportunities outside of the classroom that promote camaraderie, leadership, and independence and apply classroom learning to real world environments.Learn More
Through a wide array of enrichment program offerings, including after school classes and clubs, students have an opportunity to explore their strengths, discover new interests and build community outside of the classroom.Learn More
Westmark’s College Center works closely with students and their families to navigate the road to college. Students receive support in preparing for testing, identifying appropriate accommodations, preparing for the college interview and essays, and developing self-advocacy skills.Learn More