Upper School

Westminster Academy upper school students are part of a special community where they can discover and develop their gifts and talents for God’s glory. High school students are challenged to prepare well for college through rigorous academics such as  Advanced Placement (AP) classes, dual-enrollment classes, as well as electives designed to explore interests such as sports medicine, business law, broadcasting, computer science, graphic design, and psychology. Many students graduate from WA with enough college credits to enable an early graduation from college.

Middle school students explore opportunities that challenge and develop the whole student in an environment where students receive a strong academic foundation for college while developing a Christian life and worldview.

Students also have the opportunity to grow in the love of Christ in weekly chapels, Spiritual Retreats, Spiritual Emphasis Weeks, and through many other learning opportunities.

The WA community—students, parents, faculty, staff, and alumni—also share a deep sense of school spirit—part of the more than 40-year legacy of Westminster Academy! From Friday night football games under the lights to pep rallies like no other—Lions fans know how to show Lion spirit!

All of this and more combine to exemplify “Devoted to Christ, Dedicated to Excellence.”


Advanced Placement Courses


Dual Enrollment Courses


Academic Honors Courses


Upper School Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Honor Societies

La Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica
National Art Honor Society
National Junior Art Honor Society
National Honor Society
National Junior Honor Society
National Latin Honor Society
Quill and Scroll
Chick-fil-A Leader Academy

FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC)
FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC)
Green Club
Harvard Model Congress
International Thespian Society
Key Club
Student Council

Upper School News

We would like to extend a warm WA welcome to our new faculty members: Circe Barrios—PREP 5 Social ...

On Wednesday, May 10, we had the privilege of having Dr. Ben Carson on campus to speak to students i...