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Lower School

This week the Lions' Parent Association (LPA) begins restocking the Uniform Bank in preparation for the 2019–20 school year! Please consider donating your uniforms, P.E. uniforms, and spirit wear. First, if you choose to help, all items need to be clean and bagged. Then, please drop them off in the lower school office, upper school office, or the WA Welcome Center. Because of the security risk, please do NOT donate uniforms and attire with a WA logo or name to other organizations. The LPA sees to it that any items not meeting current uniform requirements go to children in Honduras and...

Each second through fifth grade student at Westminster Academy participated this year in Continental Math. This national contest begins by first exposing students in second grade to complex problems, which requires the student to use an array of problem-solving strategies. Then, as students move through the grade levels, analytical reasoning problems become more challenging. While the students in second and third grade participated in three separate meets, the students in fourth and fifth grade participated in five separate meets. Then, the top scores were logged into a national database where our students competed against over 1000 schools nationwide. We were...

Please help the Westminster Academy Lions' Parent Association restock the Uniform Bank in preparation for the 2019–20 school year! Consider donating uniforms, P.E. uniforms, and spirit wear back to the school as a ministry to our fellow WA families. All donated items should be clean and bagged. Any items not meeting current uniform requirements will be donated to children in Honduras and Zimbabwe. Because of the security risk, WA uniforms and any attire with a WA logo or name should not be donated to other organizations. Your assistance is appreciated. Uniform collection will begin Monday, May 20, with collection offices in...

Fifth-grade students, teachers, and chaperones headed to Pigeon Key to study marine life. This three-day trip takes place off of mainland Marathon. During the trip, students will learn about marine invertebrates, Florida Keys habitats, and local fish. The trip also includes learning the history of Pigeon Key, snorkeling at Sombrero Reef, and fishing. Pigeon Key is a 5-acre island that once held 400 workers during the early 1900s while the Old Seven Mile Bridge was under construction. The stop at Sombrero Reef allows students to experience the third largest barrier reef in the world. The students, as well as the teachers...

Each year, the Broward County Non-Public School Association recognizes exceptional students. Three students from Westminster Academy were honored during the Pinnacle Award Luncheon. Congratulations to Andrew Lencse, fifth grade, Kali Cafaro, eighth grade, and Ava Gaus, twelfth grade! These students received the Pinnacle Awards for Westminster Academy for the 2018–2019 school year. This award recognizes students who set an example in their actions at home, in school, and in the community. In addition, they excel in one or more of these areas: academics, community service, citizenship, fine arts, athletics, and student activities. Furthermore, these students have strong character traits like perseverance,...