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Local parents can read all about Westfield's return to school starting August 30th, for our Preschool, PreK, and K students, August 31st for Grades 1-4, and September 1st for Grades 5-8!
PLEASE JOIN US for a fantastic day of 18 holes, including lunch, a cocktail party, and auction at the superb Riverton County Club. Sponsorship opportunities available! We appreciate your support. Click for details on the WFS Golf Outing page.
Building on the valuable lessons learned in this past year of in-person school, we are all looking forward to an incredible new school year in a more normal post-pandemic world.
Read the interview with Nicole Jung '20, and find out what's happening with other Westfield Friends School Alumni.
Thank you to all the families who walked with us in the parade and all the other families who cheered us on along the parade route. Everyone had fun!!
Get ready to golf for a cause! Information is coming soon about our WFS 5th Annual Golf Outing where you'll be able to support Westfield Friends School's Responsive Tuition Program.
Click here to learn more about Westfield's magical Music Program, taught by Ms. Fielding, and to see all the individual grade performances from our Final Assembly.
All the best in your High School careers and beyond. Remember to check back here to keep abreast of your Alma Mater and stay in touch. Click here to see your last day of school presentation and photos from Graduation Day. You will be missed!
Click through here to see where you can view all of the presentations from our last day at school. Final Assembly...All Grades Visual Arts Presentation...PreK Art Show...and last but not least the Graduation Class 'Lean on Me' Presentation
After almost 30 years of teaching at Westfield Friends School, our beloved Heather Marrazzo has decided this will be her last class of PreKindergarten teaching.
Mrs. Parry set to retire from full-time teaching at the end of the year. Share your memories and well-wishes here!
Parents - Please take a look here for information about accessing your child's health records.
Find out how you can help support this essential cause. Students in 4th-8th grade worked to help the organization "Black Voters Matter".
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Find out what you can read this summer! This year we are sponsoring a community reads together program.
A WFS Faculty Blog
Music Teacher, Jessica Fielding, shows us how we can invite music into our summer!
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