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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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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!

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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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100% of our graduates attend college or university.

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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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Westfield Spotlight

News & Highlights

  • Literary Teams Wins 2020 Region Championship

    Congratulations to our Literary Team for earning first place in the 2020 GISA 4AAA Region Literary meet! The Westfield Literary Team also won region in 2017 and 2018.

    Congratulations to the following students: Kaitlyn Lambert 1st place argumentative; Boys’ Quartet, first; Girls’ Trio, first; Jesus Calvillo, first, Solo; Elizabeth Gentry, 1st Spelling and 2nd Piano; Emily West, first, Dramatic Interpretation; Gracie Hughes, second, Solo; Lydia Hardy and Emily Harrison, second in essay competition; Cooper Hardy second in Extemporaneous Speaking; Claire Stanage, third in Impromptu Speaking; Mahi Patel and Shelby Euler, fourth, Duo Interpretation. The team is coached by Lauren Mann, Kathy Stubbs, and John McClellan. All students placing either first or second will advance to the State Literary competition on March 18th.  Great job, Hornets!! #westfieldliterary #regionchamps #westfieldproud

  • Senior Elizabeth Gentry Named Westfield 2020 STAR Student

    Congratulations to senior Elizabeth Gentry who has been  named Westfield's 2020 STAR student! Elizabeth was honored at the Houston County STAR Student/Teacher Banquet, sponsored by the Perry Chamber and the Robins Regional Chamber, and was one of three STAR students selected as Houston County STAR Students. She selected Mrs. Anna Caulley, AP French, as her STAR teacher. Elizabeth and Mrs. Caulley, along with the other students and their teachers, will attend the Region STAR banquet to be held in March. To be named a school winner, high school seniors must have the highest score on a single test date on the SAT and must be in the top 10 percent or top 10 students of their class based on grade point average. Each STAR student selects a STAR teacher who has been the most influential in his or her academic success. Congratulations, Elizabeth and Mrs. Caulley! We are Westfield proud!

    Elizabeth is also a 2020 National Merit Scholarship program Commended Scholar.Commended Scholar students place among the top 50,000 scorers of more than 1.5 million students who entered the 2020 competition by taking the 2018 PSAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. Congratulations, Elizabeth! #westfieldproud

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