Westfield High School is an incredible place, where you can pursue your passions and gifts, all while preparing for your future. While academics at WHS will provide a rich foundation for your success, getting connected and involved beyond the classroom will change you and shape you even further. All you have to do is be willing to step out and try something new, and you will find yourself connected with peers who share similar interests and passions as you. From theater to government, to culinary arts to academic competition teams, WHS offers an array of ways to connect and get involved. There is something for everyone.
Westfield High School has over 80+ different clubs students can be a part of. There is something for everyone.
The Rock Shop is a student-run store that designs and sells spirit wear, club shirts, athletic team shirts, and other gear for students at all WWS schools and their families. The shop is located next to Mimi's Cafe in the Learning Center and is open Monday - Friday during school hours.
Members of Mr. Moore's Small Business Operations class runs the Rock Shop, but all students are encouraged to get involved by designing merchandise and creating new marketing ideas to help promote the shop. This is a great way to learn about running a brick and mortar retail store, as well as e-commerce techniques for managing an online business.
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also see Mr. Moore in room 1324 with any questions.
The Lantern represents the student voice at Westfield High School. Founded in 2018, the purpose of the website is to inform and to entertain the Westfield community through various forms of media content. Not only does it allow for students to voice their opinions, but it's also a way to publish important information as quickly as possible. The Lantern is our online news magazine, which highlights news stories, features, sports, entertainment and exclusive editorials. Unique to WHS journalism, this site also features Verbatim, an online literary magazine that features original student writing.
Westfield High School supports the idea that students learn best through active participation. Active participation in drama or music is linked to positive development of problem solving and critical thinking skills, as well as creative imagination and self-expression. The Performing Arts Department offers students a diverse curriculum where students are able to participate in a wide range of offerings, including band, choirs and acting ensembles. The entire ROCKS community attends a multitude of performances throughout the school year.
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