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West Port High School students are inspired to achieve and advocate for their own personal success in college, career, and life. Our students are ambitious, innovative, productive, and well-educated members of society.
The mission of the West Port High School Comprehensive School Counseling Program is to identify the specific academic, career, and social/emotional needs of all students through a needs assessment, data analysis, and collaboration with stakeholders to deliver evidence-based interventions. Our school counselors advocate for all students to have a positive and nurturing learning environment that promotes high achievement and will be directly involved in preparing students for post-secondary success. As a result, all students will be able to identify and apply their personal strengths to achieve their academic, career, and social/emotional goals.
All registrations (new students, returning students and district transfers) are now completed online. Please refer to Marion County Public School’s website for directions on completing the application. Required documents for enrollment can be uploaded to the application or faxed to 352-291-4025. Any additional questions, please call our guidance team at 352-291-4004 or e-mail individual team members.
Parents may request appointments by contacting their grade level counselor directly through email or by phone. Refer to the School Counselor's and Guidance Staff tab along the left side of this homepage.
Please contact the Guidance Desk at 352-291-4004 to schedule a parent/teacher conference. All parent teacher conferences will be conducted in a virtual format or over the phone.
As an alternative to conferences, we encourage parents to communicate with teachers by phone or email. For your convenience, email links can be found on the West Port High School website under TEACHER EMAIL DIRECTORY. Click HERE to access the teacher email directory.