Upper School

Each year, the Broward County Non-Public School Association honors exceptional students. The Pinnacle 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. Congratulations to the following students: Avery Carvell, 5th-grade—Avery consistently displays perseverance and effort in her commitment to academics and is viewed by her peers as kind-hearted, inclusive, and having a positive attitude. She is involved in both soccer and orchestra, and she was among a select group of students...

Students in grades 6–12 recently collected 2,215 items consisting of diapers, wipes, and various toiletries for Every Mother’s Advocate. These items will bless single moms and their families who are in need in our community. Charlee Tchividjian, Founder & Executive Director, was blown away by the results of our Collection Drive. EMA is so grateful for our support as they advocate for mothers in crisis and help them achieve lasting stability for their families. In addition, we are thankful for the work our students have done in exemplifying what it means to be a compassionate contributor—a characteristic identified in our...

The Festival of the Fine Arts will be a wonderful evening where you can experience a taste of the Fine Arts offered at Westminster Academy! This benefit concert will include our 5th Grade Choir, 4th–8th Grade Drama, High School Drama, Band, Orchestra, Art, Choir, and Broadcasting performances! It will be a delightful time for all ages! Please join us in the Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church Sanctuary at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 21! This month, we are beginning auditions for Cinderella and Shrek that will be performed in the spring. Twenty-five of our talented 7th–12th-grade choir students will travel to Cypress Bay...

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....

Westminster Academy will be hosting two safe and socially distanced Open House informational events to share how a fusion of faith and intellect at WA creates a unique experience in each child’s life! Prospective families can learn more about all that WA has to offer in academics, athletics, and the arts. This event is a great opportunity to share with others looking for a Christ-centered, college preparatory school for their children. Thursday, February 18, 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. — Upper School Open House Tuesday, February 23, 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. — Lower School Open House The events are free, but tickets...