Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

The Westfield School encourages student participation in extracurricular activities. Clubs meet on a regular basis, and each club is supervised by a faculty/staff advisor. Dues and membership requirements differ per club. Information is made available to all students at the beginning of the school year during a Club Fair.


Student Councils

Westfield's student leadership includes two Student Councils composed of officers and class representatives from grades 6-8 for Middle School and grades 9-12 for Upper School. These leaders discuss student policies and convey student opinions, suggestions, and ideas to the school faculty and administration.

Upper School Peer Leadership Team
Peers helping peers was founded on the principle that 'youth helping youth' enhances positive social and cultural development in schools. Westfield Peer Leaders have been creating positive changes since the team was established in 2021 from mentoring younger students to serving as positive role models, tutoring, educating, and engaging in community service projects. Students may apply for the Peer Leadership Team during their junior or senior year.
Senior and Junior Beta Clubs
The purpose of the Beta Club is to promote leadership and service and to reward and encourage meritorious achievements among students who are of high moral character and have earned an academic average of 90 or better. The Senior Beta Club is open to qualifying students in grades 9 - 12, and the Junior Beta Club is open to qualifying students in grades 6 - 8.


Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
The FCA is composed of student-athletes in grades 6 - 12. Its purpose is "to present to athletes and coaches, and all whom they influence, the challenge and the adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church."
Prayer Clubs
The Prayer Clubs are open to Middle and Upper School students who wish to meet on a regular basis to share a devotional and pray for the school, students, faculty, and other needs. The clubs meet weekly at break.


Key Club
Key Club is a service organization sponsored by the local Perry Kiwanis Club. Students in grades 9 - 12 are eligible for membership.

Art Club

Students interested in pursuing their artistic talents may participate in the Middle/Upper School Art Club. Art Club is a place where students can practice and hone their skills. From mixed medium to water color to ceramics, students can find where their unique talents lie and explore new avenues of enrichment and expression.
Speech and Debate Team
Our Speech and Debate Team participates in competitions throughout the year on the designated topic selected annually by the National Speech and Debate Association for student debate. Students interested are encouraged to enroll in the class which provides instruction and practice for the matches. Please click here for more information.
Literary Team
The Literary Team is composed of students who compete with other GISA schools in the areas of essay, oral interpretation, one-act play, spelling, vocal solo, girls’ trio, boys’ quartet, piano, extemporaneous speaking, and impromptu.
Green Team
The Green Team promotes a healthy green campus by leading and organizing a campus-wide recycling program. The team also works in collaboration with our cafeteria dining services to grow herbs and vegetables through a Tower Garden growing system.
Culinary Arts Club
This club meets monthly among Upper School students to encourage fun and fellowship while making and sharing recipes to improve their culinary skills.