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Westfield High School
16713 Ella Blvd

Coordinates30°00′26″N 95°26′48″W / 30.00709°N 95.44666°W / 30.00709; -95.44666Coordinates: 30°00′26″N 95°26′48″W / 30.00709°N 95.44666°W / 30.00709; -95.44666
TypePublic school
Established1981[citation needed]
School districtSpring Independent School District
SuperintendentRodney Watson
PrincipalDavid Mason
Faculty175.26[1] (on an FTE basis)
Enrollment2,854[1] (2019-20)
Student to teacher ratio16.28[1]
Color(s)Red, White, and Black

Westfield High School is a high school located in unincorporated Harris County, Texas, United States, near Houston.[2][3]

The school, which serves grades 9-12, is a part of the Spring Independent School District. The school, in the Westfield community, has a Houston, Texas postal address. At one time it also served Remington Ranch.[4]


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In 1976, Spring High School 9th and 10th grade students were moved into a separate building called, "Spring High South." In 1981, the building was converted into a four-year high school and was renamed, "Westfield."[5][6]

In 2004, the district moved Westfield 9th grade students to a separate building. In 2009, Westfield 9th grade students were moved back into the main campus.[7][8] In February 2017 the district proposed redrawing the attendance boundaries of its high schools; this would take effect in the 2020-2021 school year. The district also plans to establish one ninth grade center for each comprehensive high school.[9]


For the 2018-2019 school year, the school received a D grade from the Texas Education Agency, with an overall score of 68 out of 100. The school received a D grade in two domains, Student Achievement (score of 68) and Closing the Gaps (score of 64), and a C grade in School Progress (score of 70). The school did not receive any of the seven possible distinction designations.[10]


The demographic breakdown of the 2,987 students enrolled for 2017-18 was:

58.0% of the students were eligible for free or reduced-cost lunch. For 2017-18, Westfield was a Title I school.[1]

Attendance boundaries

School attendance within Spring Independent School District is determined by attendance boundaries. The district has different attendance boundary maps for each level: elementary, middle, and high school.[11] Westfield High School's attendance boundary covers the southwestern area of the district.[12]

Notable alumni


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  2. ^ "City of Houston City limits" (PDF). City of Houston. Retrieved 2019-05-23. - The school is not in the city limits.
  3. ^ Home. Westfield High School. Retrieved on May 23, 2019. "16713 Ella Blvd. Houston, TX 77090"
  4. ^ "Student Attendance Zone Map 2004-2005." Spring Independent School District. August 21, 2004. Retrieved on March 25, 2010.
  5. ^ School Information: About Westfield. Spring Independent School District. Retrieved 28 December 2019.
  6. ^ Koloian, Kevin (15 June 2010). "Westfield coach inducted into Texas Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved 28 December 2019.
  7. ^ History: Dr. Edward Roberson Middle School. Spring Independent School District. Retrieved December 28, 2019.
  8. ^ History: Bammel Middle School. Spring Independent School District. Retrieved December 28, 2019.
  9. ^ Hill, Glynn A. (2017-02-22). "Spring ISD considers attendance zone changes". The Spring Observer at the Houston Chronicle. Retrieved 2017-04-18.
  10. ^ Overview: Westfield H S. Texas Education Agency. Retrieved 23 December 2019.
  11. ^ Attendance Boundaries/Frequently Asked Questions. Spring Independent School District. Retrieved December 28, 2019.
  12. ^ 2017-2018 High School Attendance Boundaries. Spring Independent School District. Retrieved December 28, 2019.
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