Little Rock West

High School of Innovation

Little Rock School District

  • School Improvement Plan

    School Improvement Plans are required by the state each year for every school. West High School developed our plan with input from teachers, staff, students, and parents. You can find our plan here.

    West High School of Innovation School Improvement Plan 23-24


    Parent/Family Engagement

    At West High School we want to engage our parents and families in order to better our school for everyone. We encourage you to read our plan and contact us with any questions, or how you might like to volunteer!

    West High School Parent & Family Engagement Plan

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  • Great news, parents!

    As promised, your LRSD middle and high school students can now take advantage of 24-7 online support through TutorMe.  Here are a few other advantages:

         *15,000 plus tutors available
         *300 plus subjects supported
         *Available on-demand "around-the-clock" - 7-days/week

    Access is simple. All your student has to do is log onto "Classlink" and click on the TutorMe icon.  Remember, this service is available now. 

    LRSD is excited to partner with TutorMe to provide your student(s)  with additional tools to help ensure their success.  To learn more, visit
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  • LRWHSOI Students Give Back to Their Community

    One of the focus areas for our Advisory Program is Service Learning, our young adults are learning to build a better society through volunteering their time and energy. Before Winter Break, Little Rock West High School of Innovation donated 160 pounds of food to the Arkansas Food Bank in order to help feed hungry families during the holidays.  We are so proud of our kids and their generous spirit. LRWHSOI continued with our spirit of giving by volunteering at the Arkansas Food Bank during the month of March. The students worked hard sorting several thousand pounds of food into large bins that could then be and pack into smaller individual boxes for distribution. They learned about all the ways the Arkansas Food Bank serves our local community and were able to see how the food they raised could help a needy family. We are proud of our students and look forward to more opportunities to grow a school of givers.

    Students get instruction on how to sort goods. Students work together sorting food and packing boxes for distribution.