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Don't miss out on your student's memories from this year! Click through to order online.
4th & 5th Grades Trip Featured Photo

4th & 5th Grades Trip

Their trip to the Franklin Insitute in Philadelphia reinforces the knowledge that the Fourth Grade students are learning in their science unit on Human Body Systems. It was a beautiful day!
Coach Shane is a Pro! Featured Photo

Coach Shane is a Pro!

Did you know that our Coach Shane made his debut in the Philadelphia Spartans game this weekend?


Enjoy your spring break! This might be a great time to look at your summer plans. Preschool 3 students through rising third graders can join us for 8 fun-filled weeks of adventure and creativity!
Registration open until May 15th. Camp will fill up quickly!
Recognizing Signs of Depression Featured Photo

Recognizing Signs of Depression

Join this follow-up to School Counselor, Donna Hughes-Gore's presentation on understanding and managing anxiety in children.
Pot of Gold Playdate! Don't forget to RSVP today. Featured Photo

Pot of Gold Playdate! Don't forget to RSVP today.

Your Parent & Guardian Council cordially invites your family to a St. Patrick's Day-themed playdate, complete with a gold hunt, photo booth, Celtic music, and a food truck. CLICK FOR LINK TO RSVP.

Owl Corner

A WFS Faculty Blog

Music Appreciation Featured Photo

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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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