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Save & Shop To Support Your School


Clean out those closets and contribute things that are no longer useful for you or your family, but turn out to be great bargains for someone else. Please drop off your gently used, clean, working items that no longer serve a need in your household by leaving them under the overhang outside the West High Cafeteria entrance located off the staff parking lot (signs will guide you from Regent Street and Van Hise Avenue) Monday-Saturday between 6:30am and 6:00pm. All donations are tax deductible.


Saturday, December 8th – 8:00am-1:00pm – West High School Cafeteria


Beth Swedeen and Sara Pope, West parent alums, neither of whom currently have students at the school, have been the backbone of this initiative since 2010. Amy Boutelle is our current West parent taking the lead. Franklin Randall School and the Regent Neighborhood Association partner with West to grow the Regent Resale in support of our neighborhood schools.


Regent Resales have made a solid contribution toward improving the academic experience at West for all students. This is the 8th year of this sale and we have cumulatively raised more than $35,000 dollars which over the years has contributed to classroom improvements such as new desks, books, calculators, computers and other school supplies, as well as student aid for the BSU college tour, field trips, club participation, college scholarships and more. In addition we provide grants to teachers and other support staff to foster creative and innovative changes to curriculum and student support services. In light of successive budget cuts this need has never been greater.

All Proceeds Directly Benefit West High and Franklin Randall Elementary Students, Teachers & Classrooms

Supported By:

West High PTSO Logo Regent Neighborhood Association Logo Franklin Randal PTO Logo


If you are able to help sort, price, and set up on Friday, December 7th in the afternoon or help at the sale on Saturday, December 8th, please SIGN UP ONLINE or contact Deb Neff.