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Community School Corporation

Superintendent's Message

Our highly qualified teachers are passionate about what they do and committed to providing our students with learning opportunities that recognize individual talents in an environment and era where diversity is appreciated and embraced.  We believe it is important to further develop individual talents and to celebrate diversity so that our students are ready to face an ever-changing world that is globally connected. We value partnerships between teachers, parents, and community.  These partnerships, along with hard work and personal best efforts, lead to student success. We are committed to emphasizing 21st century skills as we develop learning opportunities for our students.  Technology integration is embraced and incorporated into the learning experience.  Through our personalized approach, we focus on every student achieving excellence, and we are committed to helping every student meet individual dreams and aspirations.  Students graduating from WLCSC are marketable for work and/or ready to pursue advanced education at the university of choice depending on their desires.

Make no mistake, our school community is right for you.  Come and be a part of our amazing community of learners and experience firsthand what makes us ranked among the best as a Nationally Top Ranked High School by U.S. News, Best Communities for Music Education, an A+ Rated School by NICHE BEST SCHOOLS and Best STEM High Schools.  Do not hesitate to speak with any member of our administrative team to discuss why there has never been a better time to join our school community!  


Dr. Shawn Greiner, Superintendent

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It is the policy of the West Lafayette School Corporation not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or disability in its educational programs or employment policies as required by the Indiana Civil Rights Act, Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Equal Pay Act of 1973, Title II, Title IX and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Questions and concerns should be directed to the appropriate contact person as indicated on the Rights & Reporting page. For additional assistance, please contact West Lafayette Community School Corporation at 1130 N. Salisbury St. West Lafayette, IN 47906 or call 765-746-1602.