Great Food, All day, every day.West Catholic offers a daily breakfast and lunch program through the National School Lunch Program (NSLP). It also provides a dinner program through the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) that follows the health guidelines set by the State and Federal Governments.
As of March 16, 2020:
West Catholic is working in collaboration with All Saints Academy, Holy Spirit, Holy Trinity and St. Anthony of Padua to offer free meals to ALL students under the age of 18 during this extended break. We are currently providing breakfast and lunch to be picked up at the front of the gymnasium entrance at West Catholic High School. We will be distributing meals each day from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Vegetarian, gluten-free and peanut-free items will also be available. Parents may stop by to pick up food for their child(ren).
Lunch menus will be posted on our School & Programming Updates page each week and are subject to change.
West Catholic High School, a school member of the Diocese of Grand Rapids, is committed to the health and development of all students and to the continuing growth of student knowledge to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
West Catholic High School believes that healthy individuals are defined not only by their physical health but also by their psychological and spiritual well-being. The overall wellness of an individual is determined by the combination of these three aspects. Through faith, we recognize that our physical being is a gift. It is our responsibility to respect and nurture this gift so that we can fulfill our mission to be Disciples of Christ.
West Catholic High School recognizes that there is a link between physical health and a student’s ability to learn in school. The school has a duty to provide information on proper nutrition, activities that promote good health and dietary selections that are suitable for maintaining good physical well-being. For more information on our nutritious and delicious program, consult our full West Catholic Wellness Policy.
West Catholic High School participates in the National School Breakfast and Lunch Program which allows us to provide free and reduced meals to families who qualify. All parents are encouraged to check out the linked application for free and reduced meals. Once your student(s)' eligibility is determined, the benefits can be applied for both breakfast and lunch. If you want to apply, complete the Free and Reduced Meals Family Application and return it to the school office in a sealed envelope clearly marked “Food Service Application”.
Applications are confidential and students receiving free or reduced meals check out the same as all other students. Qualifying for free and reduced meals sometimes qualifies a family for other programs such as reduced or free SAT testing and AP exam fees.
As a convenience to parents, West Catholic High School provides an easy way to add money to their student's food service account in Infinite Campus. Online deposits can be made via a secure online payment portal. We have contracted with RevTrak, a national credit card payment processor, to provide a secure site for making payments.
Money deposited into the RevTrak account can be accessed by students via a personal PIN which is issued by West Catholic to each student.
To get started with online payments, simply follow these easy steps:
1. Click the Create Account button below to create a RevTrak account.
2. Login to the RevTrak account and click to choose Food Service Payments (or simply click the Online Payments button below). You will then need to enter your Infinite Campus username and the birthdate of your enrolled child (MM/DD/YYYY).
3. Determine the amount of funds to add to the account and enter your payment information to make a deposit. There is also an Auto-Replentish option for parents who wish their card to be automatically debited if funds get too low.
Still have questions? Click on the RevTrak FAQs button below.
Not ready for online payments? No problem. We accept check or cash deposits accompanied by a printed lunch deposit form.
"Peace begins when the hungry are fed."