Lower School Tag

Every year, Westminster Academy strives for our community to be “All In” with a gift to the Annual Fund. A high level of participation is sought from the school board, faculty, staff, current families, alumni, alumni families, grandparents, and friends of the school. The distinctive qualities that a Christian, private school education provides require a combination of tuition and charitable donations. Our 2018–19 goal is to raise $550,000 for the Annual Fund to:Invest in people (tuition assistance, professional development, and benevolence fund) Strengthen programs (academic/technology enhancements and student activities support) Enhance places (21st Century classrooms and Athletic Complex scoreboards)Unrestricted...

If you wonder whether WA has talent, you will get your answer on Tuesday, September 25, at 7:00 p.m. during the Festival of the Fine Arts. On that night, students of all the WA performing arts programs will fill the Coral Ridge Sanctuary.From lower school to graduating seniors, WA students plan to entertain and inspire. High school students in the choir, orchestra and band will each perform. In addition, the lower school fifth-grade choir will be present to share their fabulous music. Drama students from lower and upper school will each share a preview of their upcoming musicals this year....

We are excited about the overwhelming response to our parent lunch this Friday. This year we selected SAGE Dining Services as our food service provider, and already the feedback has been great. We look forward to seeing those who responded in the dining hall on Friday. We have turned in our final lunch count, and unfortunately, with such a huge interest, we will not be able to accommodate additional reservations. SAGE offers fresh-made menu items including a healthy main dish with a variety of starches and fresh vegetables as sides. In addition, creative, food-truck-style fare, authentic Latin and Asian dishes, expanded vegetarian options will be daily...

The new school year began with a lot of excitement on Wednesday. School spirit was high as students arrived back to WA. Balloons, cheerleaders, candy, and confetti greeted our students walking through the parking lot and crossing the street.While the students settled in, parents met in the fellowship hall for coffee and connection. Then, everyone gathered in the sanctuary for Convocation. There, the seniors received a leadership charge from Mr. Jacques, Dean of Spiritual Development. Most of all, the school year was covered in prayer. To conclude the service, parents stood in the perimeter aisles to surround the student body...

This school year brings a whole new dining experience to WA with the selection of SAGE Dining Services as our food service provider. SAGE will offer fresh-made menu items including a healthy main dish with a variety of starches and fresh vegetables as sides. In addition, creative, food-truck-style fare, authentic Latin and Asian dishes, expanded vegetarian options will be daily options. They even display cooking and themed build-your-own stations. Especially helpful, SAGE provides expertise on allergy accommodations and compliance with the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act). With one in every 11 SAGE students managing a food allergy, SAGE takes great care to ensure...