Westfield’s 28-acre campus is located on U.S. Highway 41 South in Perry, Georgia. Currently, the campus includes nine major buildings.
The Pre-School Building houses classrooms for the pre-kindergarten and kindergarten programs as well as the After School Program.
The Lower School Building holds classrooms for grades 1-5 and houses the Lower School Library and Computer Lab along with the office of the Lower School Director.
The Middle School Building houses grades 6-8, providing academic classrooms for Middle School students’ instruction in English, mathematics, science, social studies, and foreign language, along with the office of the school’s Dean of Students.
The Upper School Building provides academic classrooms for Upper School students’ instruction in English, mathematics, social studies, and foreign language. This building is also the location for the Upper School Principal’s office and School Counselor’s office, and it houses the Upper School Library/Media Center.
The Arts and Sciences Building, completed in the fall of 2006, houses two modern science laboratories, two foreign language classrooms, two art instructional studios including pottery wheels and a kiln, and two music instruction areas. This facility also provides a Recital Hall for the fine and performing arts.
Another facility on campus houses the school cafeteria, a gymnasium, three computer labs, a Field House featuring a complete weight room, coaches’ offices and dressing rooms, and the school’s gymnasium. The Gymnatorium offers a multi-purpose space for physical education instruction, team practices, and student assemblies. Administrative offices are located at the front of the campus in the Administration Building. Outdoor areas include playgrounds, multi-purpose practice fields, track, and fields for baseball, football, softball, and soccer. Concessions areas, outdoor pavilions, outdoor lighting, and landscaping have been added over time to enhance the utility and appearance of these areas.