Students from preschool through twelfth grade are challenged to become exceptional thinkers, lifelong learners, and influential leaders with a biblical and scholarly perspective for college and life.
The Class of 2019 by the numbers…
The Class of 2019 collectively received college scholarship offers exceeding…
Percentage of students who earned 12 or more college credits while attending WA…
Fifty out of 77 graduates in the Class of 2019 performed over 200 hours of service
Through classes at WA, I managed to gain many college credits that I used to jump-start my college education and allowed me to have the time and freedom to pursue a dual degree in Spanish and Biology. The quality of the classes at WA also prepared me for college courses, from the arts to the sciences.
The seeds that were planted in my journey through WA have
born fruit through the worldwide ministry of OneHope.
Westminster Academy helped train my children to be Christ-centered leaders and today they are. It has proven to be the best investment I could have made in the future of my children. Thank you, WA!
I am proud to say I teach in the high school and there is no place I would rather be. Westminster Academy provides the best Christian education in South Florida. The academic standards and expectations are high and our students rise to achieve these standards.
The Biblical worldview taught at WA, and the priority placed on studying and memorizing the infallible Word of God has been instrumental in my writing and teaching.
I was able to receive a high-quality Christian education that has shaped me as a person and provided me boundless opportunities. I am forever grateful to Westminster Academy.
First-place finish in the Boys Division of the Floyd E. Lay Sunshine Cup All-Sports Award presented by the Florida High School Athletic Association
Numerous class offerings in music, band, chorus, and orchestra. Students receive an age-appropriate background in the fine arts beginning in PK2.
Students in grade 7–12 can be a part of FIRST Robotics where they can learn about teamwork and technology together.
The Harvard Model Congress exposes students to political theory, and process, with a large focus on current events.
From preschool to commencement, the unique experience at WA develops a deep sense of community that lasts a lifetime.
The Westminster Academy Lower School was selected to be a 2014 National Blue Ribbon School for being an Exemplary High Performing School.
Dynamic student assessments throughout the year deliver metrics used to drive individualized curriculum adjustments.
An age-specific, integrated Bible curriculum, weekly chapel services, and spiritual retreats in Upper School all come together to provide a strong spiritual foundation.
Upper school students learn to interact with technology responsibly as they use iPads (grades 6–8) and MacBooks (grades 9–12) to go beyond textbooks.
Advanced Placement Courses
Dual Enrollment Courses
Academic Honors Courses
Upper School Clubs & Organizations
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