Westbrook Announcements:


Please click on the links below to shop in our WCS catalog for our new line of Warrior Wear. If you are interested in ordering, please download the order form and send it to the office with your check payable to WCS. Please note that there is a December 3 deadline. There will be another order coming soon that will include children’s sizes, hats, visors, etc.


Spirit Jersey

Westbrook Collection Order Form

Poinsettia Sale!

The Varsity Basketball team will be selling Poinsettias when the students  return from Thanksgiving holidays.  There will be a limited number available this year.    The poinsettias will be for sale at school on Wednesday Dec. 3rd.


Congratulations to Mary Reid Goodwin, who placed 10th out of 190 runners in the State Cross-Country Meet! 

Congratulations, also, to Jake Christenberry and Ella Lawley who were chosen to represent our school in the Wendy’s High School Heisman Award Competition! 

We’re proud of our Warriors!!!

411 Project – Honoring Our Veterans

The 411 project that was started by last year’s honors government class is almost complete!!! A portion of highway 411 has been named in honor of the Iraqi/Afghanistan Veterans.  Our fundraising effort to raise money for the signs is almost complete!  To date, we lack $235.  If you are interested in donating to this very worthy cause, please send your check to the school noting that it is for the 411 project.  If you have questions, you can contact Tammy Bean, tbean@westbrookchristian.org.

Senior Ad Money Due

The balance of senior ads for the yearbook is due on Nov. 21.  For a full page ad, please submit a vertical picture and for a ½ page ad submit a horizontal picture.  For more information, please contact Mrs. Calhoun, ccalhoun@westbrookchristian.org.

Westbrook Robotics Team

The WCS Robotics Team, the “Warrbots”, made it to the semi-finals and won 5th place in the Central Alabama BEST Robotics Competition!  The event was held at the Talladega Superspeedway on Saturday, November 1st.

Our team out-scored both Gadsden City and Episcopal Day School to be the best Etowah County robot at the event.

Team members are Josh Buchi, Baylor Wood, and Brandon Hicks.  The WCS team is coached by Mr. T. Hall.

If you are interested in taking part in the competition next year, contact Mr. Hall.


Administrator: Mrs. Greer

Elementary/Early Childhood Director: Mrs. Handley

Assistant Principal: Mr. Kennedy