Eanes ISD

Westlake High School Celebrates 50th Anniversary

Alumni, former teachers, invited to several events in the Fall

Westlake High School celebrates its 50th anniversary in the Fall and will host several events with the Eanes Education Foundation and the Westlake Alumni Association to commemorate the milestone. 

Westlake junior Ryan Mulcahy created the 50th-anniversary logo after a school-wide logo contest.

 

Events

Friday, Oct. 18, 2019

12:09pm – 1:45pm
Former Westlake HS Teacher Luncheon – WHS Courtyard

Former WHS teachers are invited to a free, come-and-go, live music event with lunch provided

5pm
Westlake HS Tour – Front entrance of WHS on Westbank Dr. (near stone marquee)

Alumni are invited to tour the campus, see old hangouts and hear about new student programs

5pm – 7pm
EEF / Alumni Association Tailgate – Across from WHS in Dr. Brian Smith’s parking lot

Free, come-and-go EEF event to gather, recognize and welcome alumni

7:10pm
Spirit Line to Field -- Outside stadium, near red archway onto field
Take part in this new tradition and join the spirit line to cheer the football team into the stadium!

7:30pm
Homecoming Football Game vs. Del Valle HS – Chaparral Stadium

Tickets required; special seating for alumni and former teachers

3rd Quarter
Alumni Association Gathering – South Endzone

Alumni attending the game are invited to gather in the south endzone at the beginning of the third quarter for a group picture, special recognition and a drawing for an alumni gift

 

Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019

9:45am
Westlake Tour – Front entrance of WHS on Westbank Dr. (near stone marquee)

Alumni are invited to tour the campus, see old hangouts and hear about new student programs

10:30am-12pm
EEF Distinguished Alumni Brunch – WHS Commons

EEF complimentary brunch (RSVP required) to recognize inaugural class of WHS Distinguished Alumni (names announced in September) and unveil the new Alumni Wall with Founders Circle in the Commons. All alumni invited to attend.

WHS 50th Anniversary

 

 

 

For 50 years, Westlake High School has been lauded as one of the top high schools in Texas and the nation. The school was constructed after two contentious community elections proposed separation from Austin ISD and the construction of a high school dedicated to Eanes students. The first vote was in favor of the split, 708-564. After disgruntled residents challenged the election, another vote passed in favor, 1,000-601. In 1969, Westlake High School opened making Eanes ISD a K-12 school district. 

For information on the history of Eanes ISD and Westlake High School, visit http://ehc.eanesisd.net/.