West Lafayette Junior-Senior High School (also informally known as West Side High School or simply West Side) is the only high school within the West Lafayette city limits, and is administered by the West Lafayette Community School Corporation. It was constructed in 1939 of cream brick and glass at a cost of $225,000, and was remodeled in the late 1990s.
The school offers athletic programs including football, baseball, basketball, soccer, wrestling, golf, track and field, swimming, tennis and volleyball. The teams play under the nickname of the Red Devils and belong to the Hoosier Athletic Conference. The West Lafayette football team won Indiana high school state football championships in 1993 and 2009 (in Class 2A and Class 3A, respectively). Other state championships include the 1964 boys cross country and 1998 girls Class 3A basketball titles.