It's looking like former Montrealer, Kamala Harris, is set to become the first female vice-president of the United States, according to AP projections — and her alma mater, Westmount High School (WHS), "couldn't be more proud." \nHarris moved to Montreal at the age of 12 and attended WHS when her mother, Dr. Shyamala Harris, got a position at the Jewish General Hospital and McGill University.Naturally, Harris's former high school took to Twitter to react to the news — as you do when your alumna is set to wind up in the White House.\nEditor's Choice: Former Montrealer Kamala Harris Is Projected To Be The First Female U.S. Vice President\nWHS Knight in the White House!! 🎉🎊🍾🥳 pic.twitter.com/x0NKtHeJp8— Westmount High (@westmounthigh) November 7, 2020\n\n\nWestmount High referred to Harris as the "WHS Knight in the White House," in reference to its sports team name.\n"We couldn’t be more proud of WHS graduate @KamalaHarris - future Vice President of the United States," the school tweeted.\nShe did it. Kamala Harris- so many firsts. WHS Pride 💜💜💜 https://t.co/3RHPV6WO3J— Westmount High (@westmounthigh) November 7, 2020\n\nThe New York times said Harris was shaped by her formative years at Westmount High in Montreal, describing her as a "disco dancing teenager" in a dance troupe named Super Six.\nThat large public high school was none other than the #EMSB's (#PSBGM's) @westmounthigh and we're proud to call @KamalaHarris an alumna! Kamala, you're welcome back anytime! #WeAreEnglishMTL https://t.co/T9cgGW8dgm— English Montreal School Board (@EnglishMTL) October 5, 2020\n\nThe English Montreal School Board, which governs Harris's former high school, encouraged Harris to come back to Montreal anytime.