Meet some West Side grads

Daniel Wodicka

Meet Daniel Wodicka

“West Side has a bright future…it would be a great disappointment if this all came to an end because of money problems.”

Daniel Wodicka, WLHS Class of 2010
2010 Valedictorian, 2009 Indiana Mr. Football, National Football Foundation, National High School Scholar-Athlete Award, Enrolled at Johns Hopkins University
First Ever Back-to-Back National Winners!

Daniel Wodicka was honored with the 2010 National Football Foundation High School Scholar-Athlete Award. This national achievement  also was awarded to West Side’s Matt Lancaster in 2009.

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Vicki Veenker

Meet Vicki Veenker

“It’s not just what I learned in the West Lafayette schools that prepared me for a career in Silicon
Valley; I also learned how to learn.  That skill has been essential in keeping pace with the global technology and life sciences industries.

I am grateful for the gifted classmates and talented teaching staff at West Side who created a vibrant learning environment, such as the incredible chemistry night labs.  I treasure the lifelong friendships that started in the WL schools and continue today.”

Vicki S. Veenker, WLHS Class of 1980
Indiana University, B.S., B.A.; Georgetown University, J.D.
Founding Partner, Silicon Valley intellectual property group of Shearman & Sterling LLP
Former General Counsel, Women’s Professional Soccer
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Michael Warren

Meet Michael Warren

“When I went to Yale, at first it was difficult. But, what I learned at West Lafayette taught me to navigate effectively because of the high bar that was set for me.
You can play basketball and the violin. You can debate and be in student council. You can cheer on your teammates. You can be who you are at West Side. Crossing barriers and boundaries is a way of life here.”

Michael J. Warren, WLHS Class of 1985
A Rhodes Scholar, Mr. Warren earned degrees from Yale University & Oxford University
Chief Operating Officer, Albright Stonebridge Group, Washington, D.C.
 
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