Letter from the Principal

Welcome to the Weimar Warrior’s website!

We are a 4th through 8th grade middle school of over 400 thriving students and an innovative, dedicated staff in a supportive and involved foothill community. Our students are both challenged and nurtured in a rigorous academic environment. The core curriculum is augmented by a high quality physical education program, comprehensive library services and 1-1 technology devices. Students can participate in an after school homework club, supervised by a credentialed teacher and high school tutors to further support academic growth. Weimar Hills students have numerous opportunities throughout the year to participate in our thriving interscholastic athletics teams. 

Weimar Hills School is committed to educating our students by meeting both their academic and social emotional needs. Our 4th-8th grade teachers have implemented the Toolbox project which promotes building resilience and empathy for self and others. We have an Associated Student Body (ASB) and Care Crew who provide activities and engagement for all students. During the 2021-2022 school year, Weimar Hills added a Wellness Center to support the social emotional needs of our students. 

Weimar Hills School is the fortunate beneficiary of great support from our active PTC club and PHEF (Placer Hills Education Foundation). Our students benefit throughout the year from the support and involvement of our local service organizations with events such at the Back to School BBQ and End of Year Picnic. We welcome you to volunteer in the classroom and at student activities during the school day. 

We thank you for the privilege and opportunity to educate, encourage and engage your middle school student at Weimar Hills School.  Please do not hesitate to reach out to me or our staff at Weimar Hills School with any questions or concerns. 

We look forward to partnering with you to ensure student success in the coming year.

Jodi O’Keefe


Weimar Hills School

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