Westfield Friends School has been nurturing artistic talent for over 230 years. Now, we are reaching out to all our alumni artists to participate in a contest to design and create a mural that reflects our values and Mission. We are excited to see your artistic journey and your vision for the world we seek.
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Congratulations to our Garnet team for their victory today! See the photos from the event here.
Join us via Zoom on May 27th to discuss Biased: Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice That Shapes What We See, Think, and Do
Read the interview with Ethan Birchard '91, and find out what's happening with other Westfield Friends School Alumni.
Find out which faculty member became a grandparent last weekend!
See where in the world the almost 850 WFS Alumni that we are in touch with, are. Find out if you're on the map and if you think you're not - send us your contact info to 'Get On the Map'! Stay tuned for a password-protected page you'll be able to register for showing where your classmates are today.
See what 2nd grade discovered and learned outside in Science class!
Find out more about our magnificent 8th-grade class! Each week, one of our eighth-grade students will be spotlighted.
Drum roll, please....!
Find out important information and announcements from Parent and Guardian Council.
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A WFS Faculty Blog
Teacher AJ shares a recipe for family fun with self-care in mind!
Teacher Paige is helping Westfield celebrate Women’s History Month, this March, with stories of women that are shaping our world.
Join Teacher Molly in her exploration of the benefits of hiking.
Teacher Valerie Parry loves to write. Learn the many ways that children can discover the fun of writing.
How is this possible? Let Teacher Christine show you how.
WFS art teacher, Deborah Moss Marris, shares how adults and children can discover this piece of art, Surrender at Breda by Diego Velazquez, together.
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
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
Read our first Faculty Blog written by School Counselor, Laura Jaslow, on helping our children build resilience during these uncertain times. ~Published 12.8.20
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- 45% Students of color
- 7:1 Student to teacher ratio
- 100% of students attend first-choice high school
- 19 zip codes are represented