The Upper School program offers a curriculum designed to uphold the school’s mission and to prepare students for quality colleges and universities by continuing to build on the skills and principles learned in the early and middle grades, developing intellectual curiosity and encouraging students to make learning a lifelong dedication. Westfield values rigor in the Upper School curricular experience for all students. In addition to traditional courses in English, math, science, and social studies, all Westfield Upper School students are required to take a minimum of two years of a foreign language. Students may choose from a variety of electives including fine arts, Bible, advanced science, technology, journalism, additional foreign language study, and a range of Advanced Placement courses. Westfield students perform well on AP exams and have been awarded advanced standing by major colleges and universities. Dual enrollment courses in College Algebra and American Government are offered on campus through Middle Georgia State University.
Westfield’s Advanced Placement Program has earned full certification from the College Entrance Examination Board (CEEB) for its delivery of advanced placement curriculum of English Language and Composition, English Literature and Composition, United States history, European history, American government, Macroeconomics, psychology, statistics, and calculus.