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Westfield-Washington School District, Hamilton County, Indiana

Centered in the city of Westfield, Indiana in Hamilton County, the Westfield-Washington School District has nine great schools within its district. A total of six elementary schools, one intermediate school, one middle school, and one high school comprise the Westfield-Washington School District.

If you are planning to move to the Westfield area, your children may be placed in one of these highly-rated schools:

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Carey Ridge Elementary School Carey Ridge Elementary School offers education for students from Kindergarten to Grade 4. With a curriculum that covers art, literacy, ESL, music, physical education, and special education, your child is sure to get a well-rounded education at this school. This highly-rated public school received an A rating by the Indiana Department of Education and was given a four-star rating in the community.

Maple Glen Elementary School

This K-4 elementary school has world-class goals to make world-class students. Teachers interact with their students and give instruction on an age-appropriate level. By differentiating their instruction, teachers aim to reach all students, regardless of learning style. Art, music, physical education, and ENL (English as a New Language) classes are offered to students to provide a well-rounded education.

Monon Trail Elementary School

Monon Trail Elementary School is the newest elementary school in the Westfield-Washington School District. Opening its doors in 2009, the school uses a rigorous curriculum that goes above and beyond what the state requires. Throughout the year, a number of after school activities keeps students engaged and expands their minds beyond what the everyday classroom can offer.

Oak Trace Elementary School

Oak Trace really gets their students involved in their education with hands-on projects that promote problem solving with real-world applications. Teachers focus on teaching life skills and incorporating technology into their lessons in order to create lifelong learners with 21st Century skills. Student activities such as choir concerts and book fairs and other fun activities are spread throughout the year.

Shamrock Springs Elementary School

Shamrock Springs Elementary School teaches students from Kindergarten through the 4th Grade. The main goal this school has is to give all of their students a firm educational basis for whatever career path they choose. And regardless of which path they choose, all students benefit from early literacy and math readiness skills. Technology is brought into the classroom, and students even have the opportunity to check out eBooks through their media center. Students at Shamrock Springs get involved in their school community with student-led morning announcements.

Washington Woods Elementary School

This K-4 elementary school keeps students engaged in their education by offering an array of fun activities throughout the year. Teachers use contests and games to solidify literacy, math, science, and social studies skills into the curriculum.  Art, music, and physical education round out their day by singing and playing instruments, making pottery, and playing sports as ways to teach creativity, expression, hand-eye coordination, and teamwork.

Westfield Intermediate School

Westfield Intermediate School falls between the elementary and middle school levels, offering a small and welcoming learning environment for students in Grades 5-6. Unique clubs such as DigiArt Club, Helpful Hearts Club, Math Pentathlon Team, and Intramurals engage students in productive activities and extracurricular study topics.

Westfield Middle School

Offering a strong academic and athletic environment for students in Grades 7-8, this small educational community at Westfield Middle School has certainly contributed to its success within the neighborhood. This exceptional middle school has received an A rating from the Indiana Department of Education.

With a strong football team that encourages students to continue playing once they reach the high school level, Westfield Middle School shares the football stadium with Westfield High School. Students can also join in basketball, wrestling, swimming and diving, golf, tennis, cross country, track and field, volleyball, baseball, softball, and cheerleading.

Westfield High School

Westfield High School is the city’s largest and fastest-growing public high school for students in Grade 9-12. With a focus on academic excellence and gearing students toward post-secondary education, vocational studies, or the workforce, Westfield offers students not only core subjects but also a wide variety of music, art, world languages (Spanish, French, German), business and technology, health, and engineering classes. The high school boasts an impressive athletics department, offering many sports at the 4A level and a 5A football team. The school’s team, the Shamrocks, compete in the Hoosier Crossroads Conference among some of the strongest athletic schools in the area.

A notable winning streak has taken place over the years with Westfield High School’s girls’ cross country team, coming in with four state championships in 1998, 2005, 2006, and 2007. The latest victory, however, was brought in by the boys’ golf team in 2013. Other sports offered at Westfield High School include baseball, basketball, cheerleading, swimming & diving, track & field, wrestling, lacrosse, and rugby.

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