Important Dates

January 9, 2019  Early Release - Students leave at 11:20am

January 21, 2019  No School - Martin Luther King Jr. Day

January 25, 2019  End of CAP 4 & Semester 1

January 28, 2019  No School - In Service 



Welcome to Weston High School-Your school of choice

We are a school of choice serving students from 9th-12th grade.  Weston High School was founded in 1986 by Linda Weston.  At that time she was an Assistant Principal/Vocational Director at Arlington High School.  Linda was concerned that students who dropped out of school had no other options within the district.  They needed a place to go.  With this vision in mind, she created the Arlington Alternative School where she remained principal until 1992.  In 1994, the student body voted to change the name to Weston High School in Linda's honor.

Weston Wagon Afternoon Transportation

On Wednesday and Thursday afternoons the district is providing later afternoon transportation for after school activities such as clubs or tutoring.  The bus will pick students up at Weston High School at 4:15pm and transport them to Arlington High School to catch buses home.  There is limited transportation to Routes #1, #2, #3 and #4.  If you have any questions regarding bus routes please call Transportation at 360-435-3307. 

Students need to inform the office staff by 10:00am if they plan to use the "Weston Wagon" so they can inform Transportation that there is a need for that day.    

Work-Based Learning Credit for Employed Students 

Work-Based Learning Credit for Employed Students.

Weston students are able to earn credit for the time they spend working at a part-time job outside of school. Employed students can earn a .5 credit for every 180 hours they work outside of school.
Requirements include.
-Past or current enrollment in Career Choices or any Career and Technical
Education class that relates to their current job.
- Completion of Work-Based Learning paperwork including signatures from
both parents and employers.
- An accurate report of hours monthly.
- Developing specific worksite goals twice per semester.
-Completion of two worksite evaluations per semester.

Hours can be counted from the date the WBL packet is returned to the WBL
Hours prior to that date cannot be counted.
The Work-Based Learning program adheres to all rules and regulations related to minors in the workplace as determined by the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries.

If you have any questions or are interested in Weston’s Work-Based Learning program, please contact:

Diane Wurz
Work-Based Learning Coordinator
Weston High School
(360) 618 6300