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Beginning in Pre-K, Westfield students are inspired to paint, sing, and perform as they receive fine arts instruction each year.

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Every day at Westfield, we are working to instill in our students integrity, honor, and respect, backed by truths in scripture.

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Our learning environment inspires intellectual curiosity and encourages students to make learning a life-long dedication.

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Perform!

Perform!

We believe arts education is a building block for students to develop self-expression, self-confidence, and empathy for the broader world.

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Compete!

Compete!

Nearly 90 percent of our Middle and Upper School students compete in 13 different sports at both the JV and Varsity level.

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Students engage in collaborative learning in and out of the classroom, having fun while learning and thinking critically together.

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Lead!

Westfield cultivates compassionate leaders with a strong sense of school and community pride.

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Westfield Spotlight

News & Highlights

  • Westfield Students Recognized as National AP Scholars

    Congratulations to Westfield seniors Andrew Collins and Dalton James who were recognized as AP Scholars (received scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams) and to Alice Culpepper, Olivia Eubanks, and Nate Sizemore who were recognized as AP Scholars with Honor (received an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams) by the AP/College Board. Congratulations also to the following students who scored a 5 on an AP exam: Leeanna Allen, Joseph Bourque, Andrew Collins, Alice Culpepper, Olivia Eubanks, Elizabeth Gentry, and Nate Sizemore.

    Several recent graduates of the class of 2018 also received AP Scholar awards: Caroline Brewer (Georgia Tech), Eve Hardy (Georgia Tech), Jenny Lefholz (Mercer University), Erin McDonald (University of Georgia), Garrett Rozier (University of West Georgia), and Lucy Swearingen (Belmont University). Adam Chalmers (Freed-Hardeman University) and Ellie Knight (University of Georgia) received AP Scholar with Honor awards. Madeline Kinnebrew (University of Georgia) and Cale Parks (University of Georgia) received AP Scholar with Distinction (receives an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams).

     

  • One Act Play

    The Drama Department of The Westfield School presents Our Place, a one-act play by Terry Gabbard. An old dock serves as the setting for various stories and situations that portray the importance of having a special place to call our own.  From the humor of the scenes “Our Place” and “Fam Time” to the poignancy of “Flick of the Wrist,” “Tuna Fish,” and “Staying With You”, everyone in the audience will be able to relate to the situations and characters. The cast consists of Leeanna Allen, Lauren Black, Charles Cartwright, JD Caulley, Shelby Euler, Luke Hartley, Jacob Nelson, Eva Catherine Parnell, Mahi Patel, Carley Schwelling, Nate Sizemore, and Emily West. Show times are Thursday and Friday, October 25 and 26, 2018, at 7:30 p.m. in the Recital Hall of the Arts and Sciences Building. Admission is free.

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