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Join our Westfield Community in support of our Responsive Tuition program by golfing, having your business sponsor, or donate to the 6th Annual Golf Outing being held at Riverton Country Club on Monday, September 19th. The online silent auction will also be available about a week before the event!


Burlington County Library StoryWalk® in Westampton AND Moorestown Library are both offering summer reading programs this summer.
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Graduation Day for Class of 2022

CONGRATULATIONS! A beautiful June day for our outgoing Class of 2022 surrounded in love by family, friends, faculty and staff. See photos from their celebration.
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End of Year Assembly!

It's the LAST DAY OF SCHOOL! Click through to see our end of year assembly and some photos from the day. HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!


Wishing all of our graduates joy and success in their High School careers and beyond! Read all of the student spotlights here.
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WFS Student Art Notecards

This 12 pack of notecards features selected WFS student art from each of our grades, PreK to 8th grade. Curated by Art Teacher Deborah Marris, you're sure to want these and even give them out as gifts. Pick up your $15 pack at the main office at Westfield Friends School or have them mailed to you.

All the profits will be donated to Westfield Friends School and will benefit students, faculty, and staff directly.

Owl Corner

A WFS Faculty Blog

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Music Appreciation

Teacher Jessica explains how learning the skill of "why" we like certain pieces of music enriches our entire experience of appreciation, hopefully making it more meaningful.
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MARCH Newsletter

This month which focuses on health - National Nutrition Month, National Kidney Month, and Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month. It’s time to consider ways to get and stay healthy from the inside out!
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Meeting for Worship & Perseverance

Teacher Molly/Mrs. Cope describes how valuable weekly Meeting for Worship can be, giving students the opportunity to connect with their "true self".
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Food and Sustainability

Middle School teacher, Mr. Abramowitz, shares with us, that to eat healthy is to eat with grace and gratitude.
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Living Musically

Music Teacher, Jessica Fielding, shows us how we can invite music into our summer!
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Find Her Story

Teacher Paige is helping Westfield celebrate Women’s History Month, this March, with stories of women that are shaping our world.
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The Power of the Pen

Teacher Valerie Parry loves to write. Learn the many ways that children can discover the fun of writing.
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Looking at Art

WFS art teacher, Deborah Moss Marris, shares how adults and children can discover this piece of art, Surrender at Breda by Diego Velazquez, together.
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Reading for Success

Head of School, Margaret Haviland, writes how children learning to read is fundamental to their success in life, and how WFS facilitates and supports this philosophy. ~Published 1.6.21
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Fun + Free Family Adventures Over Winter Break

Looking for some fresh, new ideas for activities to do from your home? Here are a few of our Director of Admissions, Mary Rinck's, favorite things to do any time of the year. Have fun! ~Published 12.15.20

Mission Statement

Westfield Friends School lights a brilliant path for children. As a Quaker school, we honor the Divine essence in every student; we find power and wisdom in our differences; and we seek truth through active, joyful, collaborative inquiry. Our graduates go on to lead lives of conscience and consequence. The world we seek for our children begins here.

School Stats

  • 45% Students of color
  • 6:1 Student to teacher ratio
  • 100% of students attend first-choice high school
  • 25 zip codes are represented