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With the start of school behind us and a lot already happening at Westminster Academy, it can be challenging to keep up with everything. Below is a list of the tools we use to communicate and celebrate what’s happening in our school community. FACTS Family Portal The FACTS Family Portal is part of the FACTS Student Information System that Westminster Academy uses to allow parents and students to view academic information such as grades, attendance, homework, and other resources. You may log in by clicking FACTS Family Portal on the menu at the top-right of our website. The FACTS Student Information System is...

We are looking forward to another exciting year in athletics at Westminster Academy. We are offering stadium-style box seating in the gymnasium and football stadium to support the basketball, cheer, football, and volleyball programs. This unique seating is an excellent opportunity to contribute to our athletic programs and provide a comfortable and unique athletic experience for our family and fans. There are 48 box seats in the football stadium and another 48 box seats in the gymnasium. Below are the purchase options for the box seats for the 2023–24 basketball, cheer, football, and volleyball seasons. The following levels are available for purchase: ...

Westminster Academy appreciates the resource Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church is to our school community. Each week, the church gathers for meaningful events to educate, enlighten, and enhance spiritual lives and invites all WA parents and students to join them. Upcoming Events Coral Ridge Fall Events Lineup: As families get back into the rhythm of school, we encourage you and your children to get involved with one of the many weekly groups at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church. Weekly men’s and women’s Bible studies, community groups, and middle and high school gangway meetings are a great way to get plugged in. See what’s happening this fall,...

​Dear WA Community, As the old poem goes, “April showers bring May flowers.” Perhaps that saying is more reflective of my native Kentucky than South Florida, but it does seem to indicate that May is a month for flourishing. Perhaps the horticultural cycle fits within that sentiment, but not necessarily the realm of schools which instead fits a theological theme—the already and not yet. For us, the month of May is fraught with wrapping up the current academic year while at the same time forging ahead for the next one. The idea of “already and not yet” captures the tension between what...

On Wednesday, May 10, we had the privilege of having Dr. Ben Carson on campus to speak to students in grades K–12. Dr. Carson has served as the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and the Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital, among many other accomplishments. In 2016, Dr. Carson accepted the position of Secretary of Housing and Urban Development under the Trump administration. After completing his tenure as the 17th Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development in 2021, Dr. Carson founded the American Cornerstone Institute. This organization is focused on fighting for the principles...