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National Letters of Intent

Ten Westfield High School student-athletes signed Letters of Intent with colleges and universities, signifying recognition of the seniors’ accomplishments both academically and athletically.

Earth Day Initiatives in Westfield Public Schools

Whether cleaning neighborhood storm drains, tending to school gardens, or collecting gently used toys and clothing to both aid those in need and reduce landfill loads, a tradition of environmental stewardship remains constant in the Westfield Public Schools community on Earth Day and year-round.

NJ Governor's School Scholar

Westfield High School 11th grader Ashley Talwar has been accepted into the prestigious New Jersey Governor’s School in the Sciences.

Talking to Children about Race

How to talk to children about race was the topic of a special virtual gathering on April 13, with about 50 people in attendance for the session organized by the Westfield Public School District, in partnership with the Westfield Education Fund (WEF).

SAT Perfect Scores

Congratulations to five WHS 11th graders who earned perfect scores on recent SAT subject area tests. Click the headline to find out who.

Supporting the Community

Child comfort and support kits for children in homeless shelters, donations of Spanish language books for an aftercare program, and collections of granola bars and other nutritional treats for service men and women and first responders were among the many creative efforts undertaken during Community Service Week in the Westfield Public School District.

MP2 Honor Roll at WHS

Westfield High School Principal Mary Asfendis announced the second marking period honor roll for the 2020-2021 school year. Westfield High School recognizes student achievement every marking period at two levels: Honor Roll and Distinguished Honor Roll.

WHS NPFH Hosts Community Book Discussion

More than 30 students, staff, and community members gathered on March 25 for Westfield High School’s No Place for Hate community book-read discussion. The participants met via video chat to talk about Kekla Magoon’s novel. How It Went Down, which tells the story of a community responding to the shooting of an African-American teenager by a white man. The discussion addressed themes such as identity, perspective, and stereotypes, as well as the ways in which this book from 2014 remains relevant today.

WHS Students Receive Prestigious Recognition

Westfield High School 11th grader T.J. Walsh is among several WHS students/alumni who continue to contribute to and represent WHS in prestigious and meaningful ways. Click the headline to read the full story.
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