On February 16, 2017 during a regularly scheduled Board of Education meeting the Washington Unified School District (WUSD) Trustees approved the renewal petition and material revision of West Sacramento Early College Prep Charter School’s Charter (WSECP) to be operated as Washington Middle College High School Charter School (WMCHS)— An innovative Dependent Charter School.

What makes the school unique is its strong partnership with Sacramento City College—West Sacramento Center allowing students to be immersed in a blended program drawing on both high school and college-level curriculum. 

We strongly believe in providing flexibility and options for our students. By revising the education program to a middle college high school program, West Sacramento students who have different goals for their high school years could potentially earn an associate (AA) degree in a smaller school setting. With personalized instruction and a guided plan aimed at helping students attain 30-60+ credits of university transferable college credits upon high school graduation, this program makes them better prepared for and more likely to finish a four-year college degree.

The WSECP Charter expires on June 30, 2017 and the approved renewal charter petition extends WSECP’s operation for an additional five-year term from July 1, 2017, through June 30, 2022.
Informational Meetings
Open to ALL community members! Join an upcoming informational meeting to learn more about the newly designed Washington Middle College High School (WMCHS) and why this innovative dependent charter school is the right option for you and your child.
Meeting Dates
Monday, April 17 at 5PM
Riverbank Elementary School Library
1100 Carrie Street, West Sacramento

Wednesday, April 19 at 6pm
Stonegate Elementary School Library
2500 La Jolla Street, West Sacramento

Thursday, April 20 at 6pm
Washington Middle College High School
1504 Fallbrook Street, West Sacramento
Sean J. O'Neil, Principal
(916) 375-7680