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Westview High School
Tolleson Union High School District


We are committed to helping each student reach his or her highest potential. Here you will find pertinent information and links to help you on your way to higher learning! We hope you find the information found on this page helpful. Please do not hesitate to contact our staff, listed below, with any questions you may have. We believe that with a little help, every student can achieve his or her dream of attending college! We are available Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. or by phone at (623) 478.4621.

2017-2018 Class Schedule Pick-up Information

Westview High School welcomes our returning students and new students to Westview for the 2017-2018 school year. Please see our student schedule pick-up and walk through information flyer for dates and times. Dates and times listed are for pre-enrolled students at Westview High School to pick up their schedules and go through the walk-through process by grade level. If you have any additional questions, please contact us.

Communication Tips and Hints for Parents

The Westview Guidance Department wants to be able to better communicate with you regarding important dates and information from our department such as college testing, orientations, and grade information. If you would like to be able to receive more messages, please follow the instructions below. We look forward to assisting your child to have a successful year. 

  • To receive messages via text, text @whsgui to 81010.
    • Then to join your cohort class reply with the following message:
      • Seniors reply @2018whsaz
      • Juniors reply @2019whsaz
      • Sophomores reply @2020whsaz
      • Freshmen reply @2021whsaz
  • You can opt-out of messages at any time by replying, 'unsubscribe@whsgui'. 
  • To receive messages via email, send an email. To unsubscribe, reply with 'unsubscribe' in the subject line. Visit the remind website to learn more.

Westview Electives


Are you looking for more information about the SAT or ACT? Do your parents have questions about test scores? We encourage you to check out our important info links to the left of this page for all your testing questions.


There are many scholarships, both government and independently funded, for those students who are hoping to avoid accruing debt in the form of student loans. The resources found on this page will provide information on how to find and apply for the scholarships that best meet your needs and circumstances.


These days, trying to pay for college yourself can be a daunting experience. Not to worry! There are many resources available for students who are in need of grants or loans to help with tuition and living expenses. Check out the information on the side of this page to find out more.

Attention, seniors! Are you planning on attending college? If so find out how much financial aid you may be eligible for at our financial aid night on Wednesday, October 19 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the library. University representatives will be available to help you and your parents file your FAFSA online. 

Please have your parents bring the following:

  • Parents 2015 W-2(s) and federal income tax forms (1040, 1040A or 1040 EZ)
  • Driver’s license or state ID
  • Social security number, alien registration number, date of birth for student, spouse, and/or parents


We are excited to announce that the Tolleson Union High School District (TUHSD), in partnership with the Helios Foundation, will provide funding for all TUHSD 11th grade students to take the ACT test. The ACT test is a nationally known test that measures college and career readiness. Students will receive a score that provides them with feedback on their core academic skills, critical thinking and problem solving skills, behavior skills related to success in education and the workforce, and career navigation skills. We will administer the test on Tuesday, February 28. We encourage students to get a good night’s sleep, and eat a healthy breakfast. If you have any questions, please contact the school at (623) 478.4600. Please see our parent letter for additional information.


Cynthia Aguirre
Guidance Clerk
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Heather Anderson
Guidance Counselor
(623) 478.4624
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Monica Buensuceso
(623) 478.4618
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Gabriel Carter
Guidance Counselor
(623) 478.4620
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Cecily Chang
Guidance Counselor
(623) 478.4619
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Julie Lynch
Social Worker
(623) 478.4622
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Peter Nitka
(623) 478.4642
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Guidance Clerk
(623) 478.4621

Tom Junk
Assistant Principal
(623) 478.4607
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Mary Moreau
Registrar Clerk
(623) 478.4614
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Robyn Morris
Admin Asst
(623) 478.4607
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Rhonda Szoke
(623) 478.4615
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