Summer School

Summer School is open to all students entering grades 9–12 in the fall of 2022. Summer school runs from Tuesday, May 31, through Friday, July 1, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Please complete the registration form, and for those not currently attending WA, please make checks payable to Westminster Academy (MEMO-Summer School) and mail to:

Attn: Walt Jominy
Summer School Program
Westminster Academy
5601 North Federal Highway
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33308

  1. Complete the WA Summer registration form.
  2. Financial Status: In order for the Summer School application process to be finalized, enrolling students will need to have the family FACTS account paid in full by May 31, 2022Registrations after May 31, must be paid immediately to the business office prior to attending class.
  3. Payment: The summer school tuition will be added to your family FACTS account. Please log on to your FACTS account to pay the summer school fee by credit card. Note: Please allow 24 hours for the Summer School fee to be added to your FACTS account.

Westminster Academy reserves the right to cancel course offerings if enrollment is insufficient. A full refund will be given for canceled courses. A non-refundable $100 registration fee will be charged for withdrawing prior to the start of classes. NO REFUND will be given after the start of classes.

Attendance is required for the full period on each of the summer school days in order for credit to be granted.

For additional information please contact Walt Jominy, Summer School Director, at 954.234.9567.

Tuition

  • Full Credit Course $800
  • Semester Course $400

An additional fee may be charged for special needs students who require individualized assistance in their studies.

Sign up for Summer School today!

Courses

Remedial Math Courses

Mr. John Baker and Mr. Byron Cox

Remedial math courses are all taught on an individual basis for Pre-Algebra, Algebra I & II, and Geometry.

Marine Biology

Mrs. Christia Hewlett

This course provides an in-depth look at life in our oceans and explores the scientific principles in marine biology research and the many disciplines of science.

SAT/ACT Preparation

Ms. Teri-Lynn Betor
Strategies, formulas, and techniques will be applied to help students master the specific sections of the SAT/ACT.

Latin I

Mr. Jonathan Knight

This course begins reading, writing, and grammar skills in Latin and cultural awareness of ancient Rome.

Spanish II

Mrs. Liliana Castaño

This course further increases listening, speaking, reading, writing skills, and cultural awareness. The content includes an expansion of the four communication skills and a survey of the target culture.

NOTE: Spanish II runs from May 31 to June 24 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 

World History (Grade 9) This class is now full.

Mrs. Sandee McCartney

This course will trace history from the ancient world to the Middle Ages, including the Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, and European eras.

European History (Grade 10) This class is now full.

Mrs. Michelle Perry

This course will emphasize the major philosophies, events, and personalities from the 1400s to the present day, emphasizing European history.

U.S. History (Grade 11)

Mr. Eric Matthews

This course presents a chronological survey of American history that spans pre-Columbus Christian exploration to current times.

Conceptual Physics

Mr. Kent Stolley

Conceptual Physics is an introductory course in classical mechanics, optics, and electricity for juniors and seniors. This course stresses conceptual understanding and analysis over quantitative application.