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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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Westfield Spotlight

News & Highlights

  • Literary Team Captures Region Championship!

    Congratulations to our Literary Team for earning first place in the 2018 GISA 4AAA Region Literary meet.  Westfield was the only school in the region to have students place in all 14 categories. Congratulations to the following students:  Adam Chalmers, 1st place Argumentative Essay; Sophie McEntee, 1st place Dramatic Oral Interpretation; Jack McClain, 1st place Boys Solo; Sophie McEntee, Eve Hardy, and Lucy Swearingen, 1st place Girls Trio; Ellie Knight, 2nd place Rhetorical Essay; Gracie Johnson, 2nd place Humorous Oral Interpretation; Lucy Swearingen and Madelaine Kinnebrew, 2nd place Duo Oral Interpretation; Garrett Rozier, 2nd place Impromptu Extemporaneous Speaking; Lucy Swearingen, 2nd place Girls Solo; Jack McClain, Adam Chalmers, Tyler Malakius, and Drake Jones, 2nd place Boys Quartet; Madelaine Kinnebrew, 3rd place Spelling; Caroline Brewer, 3rd place U.S. Extemporaneous Speaking; Dillon Partain, 3rd place Piano; and Gracie Johnson, 4th place Personal Essay.  All students placing either first or second will advance to the State Literary competition on March 20th at Gordon College.  #westfieldliterary #regionchampions

     

  • 2018 Salutatorian and Valedictorian

    The Westfield School is pleased to award Madelaine Ruth Kinnebrew as the 2018 Valedictorian and Christin Eve Hardy as the 2018 Salutatorian.

    Madelaine Ruth Kinnebrew is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Todd Kinnebrew of Warner Robins.  A National Merit Commended Scholar, Madelaine has earned numerous academic excellence awards during her high school career including STAR Student, National AP Scholar, Golden Eagle Award winner, Georgia Governor’s Honors semi-finalist, University of Georgia Certificate of Merit, and 2017 Junior Fellow Scholar.  She has received top academic average awards in all subjects during her high school career, and has served as either president or vice president of her class each year.  As a member of the region champion literary team, Madelaine earned individual awards in duo oral interpretation.  Madelaine has participated in many school activities including Beta Club, Key Club, Tri-Hi-Y Club, Student Council, academic bowl team, one act play, spring musical, chorus, math team, Culinary Arts Club, Foreign Language Club, Homecoming Court representative, and peer tutoring.  She has also been involved in various community activities including the Robins Regional Chamber Youth Leadership program and as a volunteer for the CEF Good News Club and the Museum of Aviation.  She participated as a summer exchanged student in the Junior Diplomat French International Homestay program and began a French class for children at the Perry Public Library.  She is a member of Houston Lake Presbyterian Church where she has been a volunteer in the nursery and involved in the church youth ministry program.  Madelaine plans to attend the University of Georgia (Honors Program) as a Charter Scholar. 

    Christin Eve Hardy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brett Hardy of Perry.  Eve has earned many academic awards during her high school career including highest academic average in various subjects, Governor’s Honors Program nominee, Poetry Out Loud, Fellow Scholar Award, and the University of Georgia Certificate of Merit.  She participated in the Perry Area Chamber of Commerce Youth Leadership program, as well as the Rotary Youth Leadership program and the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership program.  She has been involved in one act play and spring musical, in addition to varsity basketball, varsity soccer, and varsity cross country.  Eve has participated in numerous school activities including Beta Club, Key Club, Tri-Hi-Y Club, Prayer Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Foreign Language Club, Culinary Arts Club, peer tutoring, chorus, math team, and academic bowl team.  As a member of the region championship literary team, Eve was a participant in the girls’ trio that earned region and state awards.   She has served as a volunteer for many organizations including the ALS Association, Perry Dogwood Festival, City of Perry Parks, Kings Chapel Elementary School, Mistletoe Market, Perry United Methodist Church Nursery, and the American Heart Association.  She is a member of Fellowship Primitive Baptist Church.  Eve plans to attend the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech).

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