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November 4, 2011 (Santee CA) - Teachers, parents, alumni and supporters from throughout the community are anticipated to attend the 25th Anniversary Celebration of West Hills High School.


This event will be held Friday, November 4, 2011 at 7 p.m. at the Carlton Oaks Country Club, 9200 Inwood Drive, in Santee. A ribeye steak dinner will be served; entertainment will include live music from Ramshackle, along with dancing and a live auction.



Reinstated in September 2010, the mission of the West Hills High School Foundation is to fund projects that modernize technology, enhance campus facilities, and advance the tradition of Academic, Athletic and Visual and Performing Arts excellence.


The Foundation is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization comprised of parents, faculty, alumni and community leaders with a single objective – to generate alternative financial and in-kind resources that support vital school programs, provide materials and equipment, and help to sustain the school’s ability to meet student and community expectations of a superior and enriching educational environment.


Last year, West Hills was recognized in Newsweek Magazine as one of  “America’s Best High Schools 2010”.


West Hills High School Foundation invites the Community, Alumni and Faculty to join in the Celebration of 25 years of Excellence at West Hills High School.


The cost of the tickets is: $50/person or $375/table of 8 and are available by advanced purchase only at www.whhsfoundation.org. Ticket sales close October 28, 2011. Ages 21 and over only.


For additional information, please contact Karen Fleck, President, WHHS Foundation, P.O. Box 712966, Santee, CA 92072 ▪ 619-956-0400 ▪ whhsfoundation@gmail.comwww.whhsfoundation.org.

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