Thank you for your interest in Westminster Academy, a Christian college preparatory school made up of a body of believers who are devoted to Christ and dedicated to excellence. We serve Christian families in South Florida with children from age two in prekindergarten (PK2) through the twelfth grade.
WA is nationally recognized with award-winning academics, competitive athletics, fine arts, performing arts, and robotics programs.
We would love to share more about Westminster Academy and how we can serve your family.
Schedule a personal visit to take in the full Westminster Academy experience. During your visit, you can meet faculty, look in on classes, tour the campus, and meet with admissions personnel. Personalized campus tours are available by appointment.
An Open House Event is a great way to get to know Westminster Academy. You can meet and interact with our faculty, staff, coaches, and student ambassadors. We encourage you to bring your child and guests for the presentation, which is followed by a campus tour. We host Open House Events in November and February.
Nothing takes the place of setting foot on our campus and experiencing the Westminster Academy environment first-hand, whether through a personalized campus tour or an open house event. However, sometimes you just can’t wait so we invite you to view this Campus Video Tour.
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.
Students learn to interact with technology responsibly as they use iPads (K–8) and MacBooks (grades 9–12) to go beyond textbooks.