The Westfield-Washington Schools is located above the state capitol in Hamilton County, Indiana. This largely affluent and high-performing community has a K-12 population of 6,100, with six elementary (K-4) schools feeding into a single middle school and then high school. Title 1 funding varies per building, with some between eight and 11 percent and others between 21 and 22 percent.
The district has been challenged to reconfigure schools annually to accommodate expansion. They credit NWEA, their partner in helping kids learn since 2001, as a primary stabilizing force amidst constant change.