Through the Westfield experience, students become independent, self-assured, confident learners ready for college and life – and they make life-long friends along the way.
The educational program is divided into three distinct divisions: Lower School (grades PK-5), Middle School (grades 6-8), and Upper School (grades 9-12). The curriculum and content delivery are carefully attuned at each level to children’s developmental and emotional needs. The school’s administration, faculty, and staff work closely together to insure a smooth transition academically and socially as students move from Lower School to Middle School and on to Upper School.
Small classes allow teachers to build a personal relationship with each student and to develop bonds that are vitally important to a student’s overall success. Students receive quality instruction and engage in meaningful activities as they focus on core academic curriculum. This study is enhanced at all grade levels with a strong curriculum that includes foreign language, fine arts, technology, and physical education. The Advanced Placement, Honors, and College Dual Enrollment programs provide opportunities for students to experience more challenging academic rigor.
- 100% college placement
- SAT scores above national average
- 82 National AP Scholars in 2013-2018
- Four National Merit Commended Scholars and one National Merit Finalist in Classes of 2016-2018
- Over 86 percent of the Class of 2018 received the HOPE Scholarship with 33 percent receiving the Zell Miller HOPE Scholarship.
- Foreign Language instruction is offered to every Westfield student from Pre K through 12th grade.
- AP and Honors classes
- Dual Enrollment Courses for College Credit
- Average SAT and ACT scores rank above the national, state, and local district averages.
- Music instruction in Pre-K through 6th grade is influenced by the Orff-Schulwerk music education philosophy, a “hands-on” approach to teaching music where children experience the music.
- Art and music instruction is offered to every Westfield student from Pre K through 12th grade.