Author: Sarah Hajduk

The WA Spirit Store is having a Spring Sale and many items are on markdown! Get your Lions gear and show your school spirit! Apparel, outerwear, P.E. uniforms, hats, hair accessories, socks and slides, drinkware, stickers, magnets, and more are available. Sizes range from toddler to adult! Place your order online and items may be picked up at the Welcome Center window within 48 hours of purchase. Go Lions!...

Besides closing out amazing performances of Little Women in March, many of the cast members who are members of the International Thespian Society, Troupe 8570, also virtually competed at the State Thespian Competition. No surprise that all the March family earned the highest scores of Superior! Congratulations to the following students: Superior in a Solo Musical Pauline Baxter Rachel Castillo Erin Fritzgerald Kylie Mathis Excellent in an Ensemble Scene Annabelle Graef, Chloe Wright, and Maddison Settembrino ...

Please join Westminster Academy’s National High School Honor Choir student, Rachel Castillo and friends, for her senior recital on Friday, May 7, at 7:00 p.m. in the Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church Sanctuary. You will be blessed and entertained with a wonderful variety of classical, Broadway, and sacred songs. Light refreshments will be provided during intermission. COVID-19 guidelines will be followed and masks are required throughout the performance. Rachel will attend Stetson University in the fall, majoring in Vocal Performance. We are proud of Rachel's accomplishments and desire to use her gifts and talents for God's glory! ...

On March 26 and 27, the Fine Arts Department presented an outstanding performance of the musical, Little Women. The character development, singing, and choreography certainly put our talented students on display. There was barely a dry eye as the audience watched this mesmerizing production and incredible students perform very moving numbers on stage. Furthermore, the school musical had a faculty investment as well. Laura Groves spearheaded the beginnings of blocking scenes and students memorizing their lines, while Rachel Cox was on maternity leave. Neil Nelson and Lisa Wilson expertly taught the music to the cast, while Sonja Timmer constructed the set....

This year, nine of our wonderful WA Jr. Thespians earned a spot at the Regional competition, allowing them to compete at the State level.  They worked hard to perfect their different performance pieces, then we submitted them virtually to the State.  That meant our WA middle school students were competing against about 6000 other students in a bid for Excellent and Superior ratings for their work.  They did an amazing job with such tough competition, and our students earned four Superiors at States! We are proud to announce the following results, and we can’t wait to see what they have planned...