INFO FOR 2021-22
Attached below are documents with valuable information regarding attending Great Hearts Western Hills next year!

Please contact us if you have any questions!
Summer is right around the corner, and our team is excitedly preparing for our Summer Programs. Programs are filling quickly, so register today to give your child a summer experience they will never forget!

Summer Programs include:
  • Kinder Readiness: designed to prepare incoming kindergarteners for the upcoming year
  • Summer Camp: reminiscent of traditional summer camps with hands-on, engaging activities, songs, crafts, guest presenters, and much more!

Space is limited! For more information and to register today, please visit our website page here!

**Registration for the first week of programs ends June 3rd at noon**

In Truth, Goodness, and Beauty,
Sarah Solombrino
Campus Coordinator Co-Curricular Programs
Spartan Families, please begin to return borrowed materials to the Western Hills campus.

If your scholar was loaned a laptop, you are responsible for returning the laptop or paying the cost of the device. You can either:

  1. Drop off laptop and cords bundled and clearly labeled with a name and class section at the Western Hills receptionist between 8 am to 2:00 pm through May 28th.
  2. If you are a Distanced Learner, you may drop off the laptop at Western Hills on June 2nd between 9 am to 12:30 pm.
Additionally, if you were loaned a book or other supplies, please begin to return the school property with the Western Hills receptionist.

Borrowed materials would include Core Knowledge readers, whiteboards, Classics to Keep novels, Biology and Math textbooks, etc. Please place these items in a bag and clearly label them with the scholar's name and their class section or teacher.
Thank you to all the parents who participated in last Sunday’s virtual march at the Capitol for “Students over Politics” and reached out to their elected officials to support pro-charter legislation in the final week of the 87th Texas Legislature.

The charter school community took a win with the passage of a bill giving public charter schools a property tax exemption on leased or purchased property. The bill squeaked by with a vote of 68 to 67 in the Texas House.

On Tuesday, an El Paso representative killed a critical piece of legislation for charter schools on a point of order for the second time. This urgent legislation would have protected charter schools from discrimination by planning and zoning commissions. This is a tough loss, and we must work on elevating our voices in the interim to educate our elected officials on this critical issue. 

If you would like to learn more about advocacy in the legislative interim, and how you can help, email Great Hearts parent advocacy manager Bridie Chaudoir at