Beautiful Westfield, New Jersey
A Vibrant Suburb
Home to just over 30,000 residents, Westfield is a vibrant community that residents adore for its annual events, excellent schools, historic charm and appealing suburban location.
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Westfield Senior High School
ClassificationPublic (Grades 9-12)
Avg. Class Size19
Ranked among the best high schools in the state by NJ monthly, Westfield High School offers top academic programs and extra-curricular activities to help its students succeed.
Attractions & Activities
This historic district is filled with over 40 restaurants, including 3 of the top 20 restaurants in New Jersey: Amuse, Chez Catherine & Roosterspin.
Peruse boutiques and national retailers in Downtown Westfield along Broad Street, a popular shopping destination showcasing the area's historic charm.
Spend your summer nights relaxing on the lawn of Mindowaskin Park and listening to the Westfield Community Concert Band play timeless classics.
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Westfield Public Schools
Westfield students receive a top education from the community's public school district. Westfield Senior High School was ranked #8 overall on New Jersey Monthly's list of top high schools in 2016, and over 50% of its students are enrolled in one or more honors or Advanced Placement courses.
Historic Downtown Westfield
Westfield was first established as a township in 1794 and later incorporated as the Town of Westfield in 1903. This established community is filled with historic sites, especially in the downtown area, including Arcanum Hall, the Rialto Theatre, Miller-Cory House and Carnegie Library.
Nestled in the heart of Westfield, the Brightwood section is one of the township's oldest communities.
This Westfield section is just steps from the Echo Lake Country Club, which was established in 1921.
The Gardens, developed in the 1920s and '30s, features Colonial, Tudor, and Prairie School architecture.
From Gothic manors to Dutch Colonials, the Indian Forest section offers an array of charming homes.
The one-block Kimball Avenue Historic District is Westfield's only locally designated historic community.
This Westfield section is close to Manor Park Swim Club, a popular retreat from the hot summer weather.
The Stonehenge section is close to a premier country club, large nature preserve, and Downtown Westfield.
The historic Sip House, which was originally built in 1666, was relocated to Wychwood from Jersey City.