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Westchester High School and Westchester Academy




When:  December 3rd, 6 PM to 10 PM

Where:  CITYCENTER, 800 Town and Country Blvd Houston 77024

6 PM-7 PM - Houston Texans Grille (Happy hour drinks and eats until 7)

7 PM-8PM - Monnalisa (wines, cocktails and a delicious light-fare menu)

8 PM-9PM - Straits Restaurant (Asian flair with yummy looking desserts and cocktails)

9 PM-10PM – Yard House (lots of beer on tap and late night snacks to choose from)


What to Wear:   Clothing of choice plus your Westchester Santa hat (provided). 

Plan:  Meet us at the Houston Texans Grill between 6 PM-7 PM.  Look for our group near the bar area, wearing orange and white Santa hats.   We will walk together to the other three venues. 


1)    What’s a Pub Crawl – A pub crawl (sometimes called a bar tour, bar crawl or bar-hopping) is the act of one or more people drinking in multiple pubs or bars in a single night, normally travelling by foot or bus to each destination and occasionally by cycle. (Wikipedia)

2)    Do I have to drink alcohol to attend?  No, every venue will have plenty of choices for food and drink

3)    Should I eat at the pub crawl?  Yes, especially if drinking alcohol you will want to eat something early in the evening and again before you leave

4)    What if I can’t be there at 6 PM when it starts?  No problem, just use the itinerary to find your fellow alum’s!

5)    Do I have to leave the last venue at 10 PM?  No, but please remember to drink and drive responsibly.  Ask for an alternative ride/cab if needed.

6)    Where can I find out more information about the places we will visit?  citycentrehouston.com


MAP (restaurants and parking):  http://citycentrehouston.com/uploads/CITYCENTRE_Map.pdf

Fellow Wildcats,

I am pleased to announce that the next Wildcat Wednesday event will be a "Pub Crawl", Holiday style,  through the exciting City Center area, December 3rd, located at 800 Town and Country Blvd, Houston, TX 77024.  

We will meet between 6PM and 7 PM at the Texan's Grille and walk together to three other venues (Monnalisa,  Straits, and The Yard House). 

Stay tuned for more information or visit our website www.WestchesterWildcats.com.

Looking forward to our first "Pub Crawl", tell your friends and I'll see you there!

Jeff Martin

Events Coordinator

Congratulations to the

Westchester Class of 2014

Scholarship recipients!


The Westchester Alumni Association presented six recipients with scholarships during the Westchester Awards Night on May 21st.   

Congratulations to:

Paola Gutierrez

Connor Alexander June

Rachel S. Loving

David T. Pham

Hugo Miguel Rodriguez (not pictured)

Helen Grace Scott


Since Class of 2007, the Westchester Alumni Association has awarded 48 outstanding Westchester seniors with $1,000 scholarships. 

Thank you to all alumni, friends, parents and students who have donated generously over the years!  

The Class of 1972 Reunion Committee is proud to announce our Class is donating $1972.00 to the Westchester Alumni Association, Inc. Student Scholarship fund.  Our donation will fund TWO $1,000 scholarships to outstanding College-bound Westchester Academy seniors.  Once the two recipients sponsored by our class are determined by the Westchester Alumni Association, we will announce their names. 

Thank you Class of 1972 for making these scholarships possible!

Click here to read a copy of the donation Letter

If you wish to make a donation to the Westchester Alumni Association's Student Scholarship Fund please follow the instructions below.    

Electronic Donations

  1. Electronic tax deductible scholarship donations may be made online using a credit card  by clicking the orange button below.
  2. After clicking on the button you will be transferred to a webpage hosted by the Spring Branch Independent School District. 
  3. A list of donation choices will appear on the webpage.  The Westchester Alumni Association Scholarship Fund (WAA) is the 8th item on the list.
  4. Please click the donate button beside the WAA name and follow the further instructions on the site.  You do not need a PayPal Account to donate you can use your personal credit card.


Donations by Check:

Checks can be mailed to the Westchester Alumni Association at:

        Westchester Alumni Association, Inc.
        Westchester Student Scholarship Fund
       5373 West Alabama Street, Suite 209      Houston, TX  77056-5923



National Hsipanic Scholars Recognition

Seventeen SBISD students were named finalists in the annual National Hispanic Recognition program. These students, also known as National Hispanic Scholars, include

Westchester Academy for International Studies two finalists in this category Adam Kassir and Jabob Saenz.

To earn this highly regarded recognition, students must be at least one-quarter of Hispanic/Latino descent, attain a high performance level on the PSAT, and have a GPA of 3.0 or higher at the end of their junior year. About 5,000 students nationally earn this recognition.

Westchester is now authorized to offer International Baccalaureate (IB) Programme for Grades SIX through Twelve!!

Only 13 schools in the state of Texas offer both middle school and high school programs.

Many consider the IB curriculum the best curriculum in the world.

Shaun Wegscheid (a Westchester grad and now faculty member at Westchester) worked alongside many other Westchester staff members to bring this excellent opportunity to Westchester students.