We can’t wait to welcome our new students and families to West-MEC! Here you will find resources and information to better help prepare you and your student for their experience at West-MEC. If you ever have any questions about your student’s program, feel free to contact us at 623.738.0014.
West-MEC’s top priority is the safety and well-being of our students and staff. We value a safe and secure environment for all that attend our campuses, and to ensure student safety we have developed policy and procedures with your students safety in mind. For more information about our safety plan, please contact our Communications Department at 623.738.0053.
If you are aware of any bullying or potential risk to students or staff, you can report it anonymously here. If you have an emergency, please dial 911 for immediate assistance.
Are you interested in taking your CTE experience to the next level? A Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO), might be just what you are looking for!
Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs) are vocational organizations primarily based in high schools and career technology programs. They are organizations that are integrated into Career and Technical Education to help engage students in leadership skill building activities.
For more information about how to join a CTSO that’s right for you, contact our Curriculum and Instruction Department at 623.738.0043.
Click here to see the CTSO calendar of events.
Arizona tax law (ARS 43-1089.01) allows taxpayers a tax credit if they contribute to extracurricular activities in public schools. The tax credit is a dollar-for-dollar deduction of the actual owed tax, and if you have no tax, you may carry the unused credit forward up to the next five consecutive taxable years’ income tax liability.
Your tax donation supports extracurricular activities. That means any optional, non-credit educational or recreational activity that supplements the education program of the school. Your donation directly supports West-MEC student participation in leadership organizations such as SkillsUSA and HOSA.
West-MEC provides needs-based grant and scholarship opportunities for qualifying students. Students are advised to consult with their home school counselor and to conduct scholarship searches on the internet for additional opportunities.
Please review the opportunities below to determine if you may be eligible to apply.
Registered and/or Accepted West-MEC Central Program Students:
West-MEC Grant 2017-2018 (financial need-based)
May be used to request: Assistance with registration fees for the AESTHETICIAN, AVIATION, COSMETOLOGY and MASSAGE THERAPY PROGRAMS; or assistance with fees for college textbooks for the FIRE SCIENCE PROGRAM.
Public transportation (31-day transit passes)
May be used to request: Transit pass to and from ALL West-MEC Central Programs
DOWNLOAD BUS PASS APPLICATION
BHHS Legacy Foundation Grant (financial need-based)
May be used to request: Assistance with college textbook fees for the EMT PROGRAM only and personal equipment for the MEDICAL ASSISTING AND PHARMACY TECHNICIAN PROGRAMS only.
Upcoming/Recent West-MEC Central Program Completers:
West-MEC Industry Certification Scholarship
West-MEC Industry Credentials Grant may be used to request:
Reimbursement for industry specific licensing/certification exam(s).
All grant and scholarship opportunities are subject to availability of funds.
West-MEC is pleased to welcome new Central Program students and we hope you will enjoy your experience with us! For your convenience, please use the following MAKE A PAYMENT OR VIEW PAYMENT SCHEDULE link. If you have any questions, please contact the Registrars Office at 623.738.0009.