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Westfields International School is a private, co-educational day school serving students from Toddler (age 2) through Grade 12.  English is the primary language of instruction in all classes except for Filipino and Mandarin.  Filipino is taught in 1st - 10th grade, and Mandarin is taught in 4th - 10 grade.  We are a Cambridge Assessment International Education school as well as a member of the International Schools Association.  Our graduates have attended many prestigious universities around the world.

WIS first opened as a small preschool with Ms. Pinky Narciso as the founder and owner.  With the new management and appointment of Ms. Valerie Nepomuceno Antonio as Administrator in 2003, it soon became the school of choice for expatriates and locals in the city, and was known as the first international school in Angeles City.  In the same year, the elementary department was established.  With further building developments, the school's academic offerings grew from Preschool to High School in 2004, and the enrollment quickly expanded.

In 2014, Westfields was formally accepted globally as a Cambridge Assessment International Education school.  At present, the school continues to provide a quality international education and the Cambridge program to our growing population of students.




Widen the child's opportunities for the highest level of cognitive, physical, emotional, and aesthetic growth while cultivating multiple intelligences.

Instill a positive attitude towards learning by acquiring in-depth knowledge and appreciation of diverse people and cultures.

Strengthen the development of a deep sense of values and sensitivity to global issues.



Shaping happy, life-long learners who will succeed in and contribute to the global community

Meet Our Team

We are proud to introduce our dedicated Westfields Faculty and Staff. Our teachers and administrative employees are carefully selected based on their qualifications, work experience, dedication and most importantly, their love for educating children.


Valerie Nepomuceno-Antonio


Myla S. Diano

Chief Operations Officer

Chester Sigua

Chief Information Officer

Community Involvement

Westfields does community service by engaging students, teachers, and parents in supporting or volunteering in communities like Bahay Pag-ibig, and community schools to support students who are less fortunate. This teaches our students the value of charity and awareness of the real world and what they can do to help.


World Class Facilities

From a full sized soccer field, an indoor basketball court, great security and a very competitive core team, Westfields is paving the way in making sure the School experience is the best possible there is.

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Years of Excellence