Junior High Solar Panel Project 



The solar panel project that was installed on the roof of the Junior High is going strong!

This project started a few years ago via a grant from Blue Sky and the Bonneville Environmental Foundation, and we’re proud of the amount of energy generated by these panels.


You can see the amount of power generated today, weekly, monthly, yearly, and over the lifetime of the project by clicking here.


Students in our 8th grade Green Sustainable Energy class learn about renewable/sustainable energy. This class culminates in the spring with a visit to the Wild Horse Wind and Solar Facility and Renewable Energy Center, which is run by Puget Sound Energy. 


Learn more about tours to Wild Horse here.

West Valley Junior High School was recognized by OSPI (Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction) in 2013 as a Lighthouse School for STEM Education (science, technology, engineering, and math).


We’re excited about the learning opportunities this program offers our students!

Posted by WVSD On 14 September, 2017 at 4:34 PM