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Notes for Prospective Students
The Boyd School Westfields Campus has been a part of the Chantilly community since 1998.
With programs for children 18 months through middle school, the Westfields Campus has the largest student population but maintains the familiarity of the small, intimate school.
The large, secure outdoor environment features multiple, age appropriate playgrounds in addition to a track, soccer field, and basketball courts.
Toddler (18 months - 3 years)
Early Childhood (3 - 6 years)
The Early Childhood program at the Westfields Campus of The Boyd School offers children a unique opportunity to learn and grow.
Children work with specifically designed materials to develop skills and are guided at their own individual pace.
The Early Childhood program is enriched with an arts program as well as additional instruction in foreign language, physical education, and music.
Kindergarten (5 years prior to Dec.
The accredited Kindergarten program at Westfields provides children with a full academic school day (8:30a - 3:00p).
Because the children are in a mixed-aged environment in the morning, Kindergarten students develop a sense of added pride from beinging the oldest children in their classroom and often take on a roll of mentor to younger children.
The afternoon of the Kindergarten program consists of the children working in a small group setting (typically less than 8 children). This environment provides our Kindergarten students the unique opportunity to explore more in-depth concepts and develop small group skills.
Kindergarten students at the Westfields campus take numerous field trips to take advantage of the rich opportunities of the DC Metropolitan area.
Elementary (6 - 12 years)
The Elementary program, in keeping with Montessori educational philosophy is divided into two levels: Lower Elementary (6 - 9 years or traditional grades 1-3) and Upper Elementary (9 - 12 years or traditional grades 4- 6).