Weston High School

Important Information for Students and Parents/Guardians:

Weston High School Program of Studies 2023-24

WHS Departmental Course Sequences 2023-34

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Attendance Line: 203.221.6501 (Grades 9 – 12)

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  • If your student will not be attending school, is arriving late at school or leaving early for an appointment – you must call the attendance line at (203) 221-6501 before 9:00 am, and leave a detailed message: student name, grade, date, and reason for absence, lateness or appointment reason. If no reason is given, it will be marked unexcused Students may also bring a note outlining the reason for leaving for an appointment to the Main Office before first bell. Please refer to the Student Handbook pages 26-29 for reasons which are considered excused.

      Regular School Hours
      7:45 AM – 2:30 PM

      115 School Road
      Weston, CT 06883
      Main Office: (203) 221-6500
      Fax: (203) 221-1252

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      Recent Communications

      Welcome 9th Grade Students and Families!

      Dear Weston High School Grade 9 Students and Families, I want to officially welcome you to Weston High School…Go Trojans! I’m so excited to be starting this new chapter with you! You are joining a community of learners, thinkers and doers. As you continue with your...

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      School Administrators

      Principal's Welcome Message - Ms. Meghan Ward

      August 30, 2022

      Dear Students, Staff and Parents:

      I am so thrilled to be here and have had such a busy summer getting the lay of the land and meeting all of the wonderful people who contribute to the success of students at Weston High School. The warm welcome I have received is such a positive reflection of all this community has to offer and the value Weston places on the high school experience. Weston has maintained a tradition of excellence throughout its history. As a graduate of a rival SWC high school I know well the reputation of WHS and will endeavor to do all that I can to maintain traditions while propelling us into the future and becoming better than ever.

      As we embark on a new school year it is important for all of us to remember what it means to be a True Trojan. We at WHS will expect you to Team Up With Your School, Respect One Another, Own Your Actions, Join Your Community, Act With Integrity and Notice the World Around You. These principles are the foundation of our daily interactions with each other. There is no doubt that aspects of high school will continue to be challenging. Your commitment to these core principles will help you persevere during tough times and allow all of us to enjoy all that WHS has to offer. Thank you for your continued commitment to being a True Trojan!

      I am happy to be here and look forward to meeting each and every one of you during the opening days of school. I’m hoping you are feeling refreshed this summer and are excited to start another school year. Everyone always says high school goes by in a flash…try not to get caught up in what others are doing, stay true to yourself and be curious! I assure you that in the end what matters most is making healthy decisions that lead to your own happiness. See you soon!


      Ms. Ward

      Mr. Matthew Filip


      Assistant Principal Matt Filip joined Weston High School in the summer of 2015.  He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Science and Business from the University of Notre Dame, and a Master of Edu

      cation Degree in Teaching and Learning from DePaul University.  He completed his preparation for administrative certification at Sacred Heart University.

      Before coming to Weston, Mr. Filip served as the Science Department Chair at Amity High School in Woodbridge.  Previous to that , he taught at Staples High School in Westport, Middlebrook School in Wilton, and Harris City Academy Crystal Palace in London, England.

      Mr. Filip supports students with last names A – L, and can be reached via email at matthewfilip@westonps.org

      Ms. Juliane Givoni

      Assistant Principal Juliane Givoni joined the faculty of Weston High School in 2015. Before coming to Weston, Ms. Givoni served as Instructional Leader in the Humanities and Choral Director at Joel Barlow High School. Ms. Givoni holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education and a Master’s Degree in Nonprofit Administration from New York University, and a Sixth Year Certificate in Educational Leadership from the University of Connecticut.

      Ms. Givoni supports students with last names M – Z. She can be reached via email at julianegivoni@westonps.org.


      School Mission Statement

      Weston High School is committed to providing a safe and intellectually challenging environment that will empower students to become innovative thinkers, creative problems-solvers, and inspired learners prepared to contribute to our global society.

      School Core Values & Beliefs

      We believe that effective teachers:

      •  Create opportunities for intellectual risk-taking, collaboration, problem-solving and application of classroom learning to real-life situations;
      •  Implement strategies that promote ownership of learning to students;
      •  Design instruction to integrate a variety of innovative technological tools and resources to
        enhance learning;
      •  Demonstrate ongoing professional growth in order to increase the quality of instruction;
      •  Collaborate with colleagues to share and discuss exemplary practices, interpret student
        performance data, and design assessments that promote twenty-first century skills.

      We believe that successful students:

      •  Communicate in a meaningful way for a variety of purposes and audiences;
      •  Demonstrate a sensitivity to the precision and nuances of written, visual and aural medium
        through comprehension, interpretation and evaluation;
      •  Employ critical and creative thinking skills to solve problems;
      •  Pose questions, examine possibilities and apply skills to find solutions to authentic issues.

      Our Social and Civic Expectations are:

      •  Make positive choices related to physical and mental wellness;
      •  Contribute to the local and global community in a collaborative and respectful manner.

      To Report a Student’s Absence – (203) 221-6501
      Please notify the school between 7:30 – 8:30 a.m.

      Administrative Staff

      Meghan Ward
      (203) 221-6500

      Assistant Principal
      Matthew Filip
      (203) 221-6500

      Assistant Principal
      Juliane Givoni
      (203) 221-6500


      Security Officers
      Phyllis (PJ) Mickle

      Richard Ross

      PLEASE NOTE: Visitors to the school are required to make an appointment in advance. Please call the Main Office to make an appointment 203-221-6500


      Office Staff

      Assistant to the Principal
      Monica Zarba
      (203) 221-6500

      Main Office Secretary & Attendance Clerk
      Kellee Boccanfusco
      (203) 221-6500
      (203) 221-6501 Attendance Line

      Maintenance Staff

      Building Custodians
      Kevin Drotos
      Rene Morales
      Jeff Palmero

      Medical Staff

      Nursing Supervisor
      Sheryl Zulkeski
      (203) 221-6500, Option 2