Open enrollment has been extended until further notice.

2014-2015 Cheer Results

CAASP Test Schedule

School Calendar

*All Events Subject to Change


Wildcat Sports This Week (Subject to Change)

  • Monday, April 21 Varsity Boys Golf League #2 @ RR-Mtn. @ 11:30 AM
  • Monday, April 21 Freshman Baseball vs Harvard Westlake @ WR @ 4pm
  • Tuesday, April 22 JV Boys Golf League #4 @ Elkins @ 1:00
  • Tuesday, April 22 Freshman Baseball vs Golden Valley @ WR @ 3:30 PM
  • Tuesday, April 22 Varsity Tennis vs Canyon @ Canyon @ 3:00 PM
  • Tuesday, April 22 JV Tennis vs Canyon @ WR @3:00 PM
  • Tuesday, April 22 Varsity & Freshman Softball vs Saugus @ Saugus @ 3:15 PM
  • Tuesday, April 22 JV Softball vs Saugus @ Saugus @ 4:45 PM
  • Tuesday, April 22 Volleyball vs Hart @ Hart Fr: 4:00 JV: 4:30 Varsity: 5:30
  • Tuesday, April 22 Lacrosse vs Glendale @ Glendale Varsity & JV TBA
  • Wednesday, April 23 Varsity Baseball vs Golden Valley @ GV @ 3:15 PM
  • Wednesday, April 23 JV Baseball vs Golden Valley @ WR @ 4:00 PM
  • Wednesday, April 23 Swim vs Valencia @ SCAC @ 3:00 PM
  • Thursday, April 24 JV Boys Golf vs Canyon @ Elkins @ 12:00
  • Thursday, April 24 Varsity Tennis vs Saugus @ WR @ 3:00 PM
  • Thursday, April 24 JV Tennis vs Saugus @ Saugus @3:00 PM
  • Thursday, April 24 Varsity & Freshman Softball vs Golden Valley @ GV @ 3:15 PM
  • Thursday, April 24 JV Softball vs Golden Valley @ GV @ 4:45 PM
  • Thursday, April 24 Volleyball vs Canyon @ Canyon Fr: 4:00 JV: 4:30 Varsity: 5:30
  • Thursday, April 24 Track vs Valencia @ Valencia @ 3:00 PM
  • Thursday, April 24 Lacrosse vs Royal @ WR Varsity: 3:00 PM & JV: 5:00 PM
  • Friday, April 25 Varsity Baseball vs Golden Valley @ WR @ 3:15 PM
  • Friday, April 25 JV Baseball vs Golden Valley @ GV @ 4:00 PM
  • Friday, April 25 Freshman Baseball vs Golden Valley @ GV @ 7:30 PM
  • Saturday, April 26 JV Softball Royal Tournament, TBA


Spring Standardized Testing Information

California Assessment of Performance and Progress (CAASPP)

11th Grade Testing Locations - 10th Grade Testing Locations

CAASP Test Schedule

California Assessment of Performance and Progress (CAASPP) was signed into law as Assembly Bill (AB) 484 on October 2, 2013. This is the new assessment system that replaces the Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) Program.  Please click on the image for more details. 
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Parent Information

From Tuesday, April 22nd to Thursday, April 24th, West Ranch High School will have reverse minimum day schedules.  Please click on the link for important CAASPP testing schedule information. 

CAASP Test Schedule

Please click on the link below to see a film on the test.

California Department of Education Video on Computer Based Standardized Field Test

Take a Practice Test Here


New Official WRHS Online Store



Keep Track of Grades Via Smart Phone App

Infinite Campus Mobile App Information

The Infinite Campus Mobile Portal App is available for Apple and Android devices. The Mobile Portal App enables students and parents to check the Campus Portal on mobile devices, such as phones and tablets.

The Hart District ID for the Infinite Campus App is FJCWMK.


West Ranch Announces New Principal

Mark Crawford, new principal at West Ranch High School:

Join us in welcoming our new principal, Mark Crawford.

Mark has served as Principal of Sierra Vista Junior High School since 2009 and has been instrumental in raising API scores and implementing a number of successful academic and extra-curricular programs at that school. Prior to his position at Sierra Vista, Mark served as Assistant Principal at Hart High School from 2003-2009. Mark was previously a teacher and coach at Hart High School from 1998-2003.

Mark earned his Bachelor of Science from San Diego State in 1992, his Master of Arts in Social Studies from Arizona State University in 2000 and his Administrative Credential from University of La Verne in 2003.

Mark has held numerous administrative positions in the Hart School District including President of the Hart District Management Association, Chair of the Hart District Athletic Council, Foothill League coordinator for the CIF-Southern Section and member of the Hart District Curriculum Council.

Under Mark’s leadership, Sierra Vista Junior High School was named as one of 25 Coolest Schools in America in 2012 by Scholastic Publications and won the California School Board Association Golden Bell award for its world-renowned physical education program. Sierra Vista Junior High School earned a Distinguished School Award in 2013.

Mark is the 2014 Southern California Association of California School Administrators (ASCA) middle school principal of the year.


Letter From Outgoing Principal

February 10, 2014

Dear West Ranch Students and Families,

Last Friday I submitted my letter of resignation for the purpose of retirement. It is hard for me to believe that I will be leaving West Ranch High School at the end of June. The thirty-eight years I have been an educator for the William S. Hart Union High School District have flown past. By far the most rewarding years of my career have been having the honor of being your principal at West Ranch High School from 2003 – 2014. My first year as your principal was spent building the school and hiring the staff. In the summer of 2004, West Ranch opened in 12 portable classrooms and some borrowed classrooms at Rancho Pico Junior High School. Every day as students came to school they watched the construction of their 52 acre, 80 million dollar campus being built across the street.

Over the past 10 years West Ranch students have accepted our mission of Relationships, Rigor, and Relevance, and we quickly grew to be an academic powerhouse earning the highest test scores in Northern Los Angeles County.

I am so grateful for the relationships that we have built over the years and for the positive impact you have had on my life. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

It is with a grateful heart that I leave knowing that I have done my best and now it is time for others to do better.

All the best,

Bob Vincent

Founding Principal

West Ranch High School

Relationships, Rigor, Relevance


Latest News & Information


Senior Handbook- Download the 2014 Senior Handbook HERE

ATTN: Class of 2014
You will be receiving your Senior Contract for graduation in your Government/Econ classes. Please have them signed and returned to your teacher by May 2nd. If you don’t have a Government/Econ class, a contract will be sent to you by Mr. Wilson. ALL contracts are due into your teacher or Mr. Wilson’s office by May 2nd.

NCAA Signing Day will be on Friday, April 25th during Brunch outside the ASB Office.

There is a meeting for Seniors in the Health Science Career Path on Wednesday at lunch in room 307. This will be the last time requirements will be collected.

Need Summer School? Good News! Summer Hart District Summer School Forms are Now Available Online!!!
You can access the forms on the WR Counseling Website or the Hart District Website. Just print out the
form, fill it out and return it to your Counselor.

A College Representative will be here from the Academy of Art University. She will be available during tutorial
on April 25th from 8-8:30 in front of the Admin. Counseling Building. If you have any questions and would
like to learn about the school - just stop on by the table.

The Oak Hills Elementary Alumni Scholarship is due to Mrs. Cazan this Friday, no exceptions. If you need an
application, please visit Naviance or see Mrs. Cazan in the Counseling Office.

Reminder: The Castaic Lions Club scholarship application is due May 3rd. Please visit Naviance or see Mrs.
Cazan for an application!

Senior Spiritwear can be purchased in the ASB office: Shirts - $5 for t-shirts, $10 for crew neck sweatshirts, and $15 for hooded sweatshirts.

New this Semester! Juniors and Seniors will be able to print their own OFF CAMPUS APPLICATION for the 2014 Spring Semester. To redeem your Off Campus Form, watch WRTV the 2nd week of school for times and locations to acquire your stickers. To leave campus the 1st week of school you MUST show BOTH your ID card and schedule to leave at lunch and/or your open period.

Download Off-Campus Pass Form HERE

Newsweek has published their list of the top 2,000 public high schools in the nation – those that have proven to be the most effective in turning out college-ready graduates. West Ranch High School is number 521 out of the top 2,000 schools. There are about 30,000 public high schools in the United States. That means that West Ranch is in the top 1.8%


Club and Sports News

CSF scholarship applications and officer applications are available on-line and due to Mrs. Solarez by brunch on May 2.

Cooks R Us
There will be a meeting on Friday (4/25) at lunch in room 520.

NHS - Seniors, in NHS, do you need money for college? Go to our NHS website and print off the scholarship
application. Application is due by April 28th by 10:30 a.m. to room 311. Also, check the website to see if you won the raffle prize for turning your hours in early.

Sophomores in NHS, we are looking for energetic, honest and hard working students to apply for an officer
position. The application is on the NHS website and applications are due by May 9th during brunch.

COC is having a Battle of the Bands contest and auditions are open to our students and the community.
Upload your best track to: Deadline is 5 PM APRIL 30TH SEVEN FINALISTS WILL


Solar Panel Information


Follow the link HERE to see the West Ranch HS solar panel output and information.


Mission Statement and ESLRs


West Ranch High School Mission
West Ranch High School is committed to challenging and motivating each student to
achieve excellence and become a responsible and valuable member of society.

Through relationships, rigor, and relevance, West Ranch High School
promotes integrity, distinction, and vision.

Expected Schoolwide Learning Results
Expected Schoolwide Learning Results are statements that describe what each student should know, understand and be able to do upon exit from the school. West Ranch High School ESLRs are based on the concepts of Relationships, Rigor, and Relevance found in our school mission statement.

View List of ELRs Here

API Score Results

The state of California has released the Academic Performance Index (API) scores for the 2012-13 school year. The Wildcats earned an API score of 853.

Since the opening of West Ranch High School, the Wildcats scores have been among the highest API scores of all of the comprehensive high schools in the Hart District and in Northern Los Angeles County.

West Ranch was the first Hart District Comprehensive High School to earn an API score of over 800.

Last year 864 West Ranch Advanced Placement students took 1,533 AP Exams. No other school in Northern Los Angeles County comes close to these numbers!


Request Transcripts

Unofficial transcripts are now available through the Campus Portal! Unofficial transcripts may be used for reference, college applications, car insurance discounts, grade reports, etc!

All Official Transcript requests must be in writing. You may come to the Registrar’s Office in the main Administration Building and fill out a request card or you may print out the Online Transcript Request form and mail it to:

West Ranch High School
Registrar’s Office
26255 Valencia Blvd
Valencia CA 91381

There is no charge for Official Transcripts used for college or employment for one year following graduation. Official Transcripts for personal use, or after one year of leaving, are $3.00 (cash or money order). Unofficial transcripts may be requested from the student’s counselor or in the Registrar’s Office during school hours. All transcripts will usually be processed within 24-72 hours.



Parking Pass Information

Student Parking Permit Information

View Parking and Student Drop-Off Information

Parking Lot Update
On July 11th we added twelve speed bumps to our student parking lot. Please, be aware of the change. As always, stay aware and safe in our school parking lot.

Parking permits must be purchased the day before you park at school.
If you park without a current parking permit, you may receive a citation.
Parking permits are available in the SRC (200 Bldg.) during tutorial, brunch and
lunch only.

Reminder:  Do not park without a valid permit. Vehicles improperly parked will be cited. 

Parking privileges are extended to seniors and juniors of West Ranch High School who hold a valid California driver’s license. If the student has unpaid parking citations, the fines must be cleared prior to purchasing a new parking permit.

Parking pass applications will be sent home in the summer registration packet and are also available, during the year, in the SRC located in the 200 building.

How to purchase a Parking Permit:

  • Bring the WRHS Parking Permit form filled out with your parent’s signature on both sides of the form.
  • Bring your ID card.
  • Bring the current vehicle registration.
  • Bring your current proof of insurance.
  • Bring your driver’s license.
  • The parking permit is $25.00 and ONE permit per student will be issued. Payment needs to be CASH or a SEPARATE CHECK. The permit may be replaced one time for $30.00 and a second time for $50.00

When can I purchase the Parking Permit?
Parking permits may be purchased during summer check-in and, during the school year, in the 200 building
Student Responsibility Center during tutorial, brunch or lunch. Permits will not be sold during class time.

Parking without a parking permit may result in receipt of a parking citation.


1—Vehicles must park headed into the space.
2—Speed limit in the lot is 5 MPH.
3—Students may not park in any area for STAFF, VISITORS, RED ZONE, PLANTERS, CURBS OR NO PARKING AREAS.
4—Parking permits are NON-TRANSFERABLE. Violation of this rule will result in forfeiture of parking permit for, at least, the remainder of the school year.

Violations are processed in the Student Responsibility Center by the Administrator of the Day.

A parking permit DOES NOT GUARANTEE the student a parking space at any given time. However, no car will be admitted to the parking lot without a permit prominently displayed by hanging it on the rear view mirror with the permit facing the front of the car.



1—Parking privileges are only on a first-come, first-served basis. The lot will be closed when it is full.
2—Students will only be allowed in the front parking lot (east of the main school entrance).
3—Lots on the side or behind the school are for faculty use only.
4—The parking lot is CLOSED to ALL students during CLASS PERIODS and during PASSING PERIODS.
5—Students who use the student parking lot do so at their own risk. The Wm. S. Hart UHSD and West Ranch High School are not responsible for any loss or damage.


Follow West Ranch on Twitter

Now you can get important information about West Ranch High School through Twitter. If you have a Twitter account, you can follow us on any or all of the following:

--WestRanchHS - general information about events at West Ranch
--WRCareer - School to Career, Career Paths, and Career Center Speakers
--WRCounseling - College application and scholarship information


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