Whether you are an alum of Westlake, Harvard, or Harvard-Westlake, your association with Harvard-Westlake lasts a lifetime. But our community does not end there. Parents and faculty members, both past and present, are also an important part of the extended Harvard-Westlake family.
Harvard-Westlake is an amazing place, and the Office of Advancement is here to serve you. We are committed to providing and creating opportunities for members of the Harvard-Westlake family to take full advantage of the resources available within our own community. As strong as the programs and the facilities are at Harvard-Westlake School, it is you, our friends, who are our greatest asset.
There are many ways for you to benefit from Harvard-Westlake, but you can also make a difference and help make us stronger. Whether it is volunteering your time at a Phonathon, sharing your expertise in your field with a student or young alum, being a part of or coming to a networking event (entertainment, real estate, athletic), hosting a Career Day visit, helping organize a reunion or reception, or participating in Annual Giving, you can contribute to the Harvard-Westlake of today and, in turn, provide for its future.
If you choose to help the school by contributing to our Annual Giving campaign, we have several different recognition levels based on the amount you give during a fiscal year. We would like to emphasize that as much as we appreciate large gifts, even small gifts truly help.
- Community Circle (up to $1,499)
- Scholars Circle ($1,500 to $3,499)
- Deans Circle ($3,500 to $4,999)
- Presidents Circle ($5,000 to $9,999)
- Founders Circle ($10,000 to $24,999)
- Leadership Circle ($25,000 to $49,999)
- Centennial Circle ($50,000 to $74,999)
- Heritage Circle ($75,000 or more)
We created this website to make it easy for you to stay in touch. With news about local and regional events, campus activities, reunions, and social and professional networking opportunities, we hope you will come to these pages often to stay in touch and continue to be a part of the Harvard-Westlake community.
We also welcome any suggestions, questions, or feedback you might have. Please feel free to contact me or any members of the Advancement staff
Head of External Relations
Reminder About Gift-Receipt Wording
The date on our receipt reflects when we processed your gift and does not imply the date your gift was made. While you should consult with your CPA or tax preparer to determine the tax consequences of your donation, the date you delivered or mailed your donation is generally recognized as the gift date. The determination of the contribution date is entirely your decision.