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Registration is nearing capacity for the 11th Annual Westminster Academy Sporting Clay Tournament presented by Fusion Powder Coating on Friday, December 2, at Quail Creek Sporting Ranch in Okeechobee. Spend the day in the great outdoors! Participants will enjoy a country breakfast, then take aim at clay pigeons on a 14-station course, and end the event with a hearty lunch. All skill levels are welcome to participate! However, all minors must be accompanied by a participating parent. Special thanks to our Title Sponsor, Fusion Powder Coating, and additional premier sponsors Southern Painting and All Atlantic Benefits. Sponsorship opportunities are still available...

Westminster Academy is ranked #1 in the category of Best Christian High Schools in Broward County by Niche.com for the fourth year in a row, with an A+ overall rating! We’re grateful for the faculty and staff who make Westminster Academy a school of excellence. Thank you to all who have left such great reviews. In addition to the number one ranking, Westminster Academy is in the top 5 Best High Schools for Athletes in Broward County and the top 3% of the Best High Schools for Athletes in Florida, which include all schools—public and private! It is truly an exciting time...

The Junior Thespians attended Districts on November 5. This was the largest group of students from WA ever to attend, and they walked away with 9 Superiors and 12 Excellent ratings from the judges! The group will continue on to the Junior Thespians States in Orlando on January 12. Below are the results from the Districts: Superiors: Solo Musical:  Gabriella Molina—My New Philosophy from You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown Solo Musical:  Lariza Ora—Born to Entertain from Ruthless!  Solo Musical:  Aidan Fitzgerald—Red Ryder Carbine Action BB Gun from A Christmas Story  Solo Musical:  Evelyn Branham—Naughty from Matilda   Solo Musical:  Grace Barbar—Good Girl Winne Foster from Tuck Everlasting  Duet Musical:  Gabriella Molina & Grace Barbar—The End...

During the week of October 24, grades 3–6 participated in Digital T.H.I.N.K. Week, which was led by PREP Principal Dr. Rebekah Owens. The purpose of this week was to help students make thoughtful and positive choices with technology while recognizing that their choices affect their community and themselves. T.H.I.N.K. stands for T (trustworthy), H (helpful), I (inspiring), N (necessary), and K (kind), and students were asked to reflect on whether the choices they were making on the computer reflected these values. Each day of the week focused and expanded on one of these topics. Discussions included evaluating whether you could trust...

We are very proud of our WA Athletes. Here is a recap from the Fall Season: Ladies’ Cross Country The Ladies’ team finished 3rd place overall in districts, with 7th grader Claire Chanon placing 1st individually, with Senior teammate Marlo Hibler finishing 3rd individually. In Regionals, the ladies finished 4th place overall, with Claire placing 2nd individually and Marlo placing 3rd. The team advanced onto the State meet at Apalachee Regional Park in Tallahassee, where Claire and Marlo finished in the top 50 runners. Men’s Cross Country The Men’s team finished 2nd overall in Districts with highlighted individual performances by Tanner Pritchard, who placed...