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sotsPlease save the date for the State of the School Address on Tuesday, March 26, at 6:30 p.m. We will gather in the DeVos Chapel of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church to hear from WA Headmaster, Mr. Satterly and meet the new 2019–20 Upper School Leadership, Dr. Ron Farrar and Mr. Matt Petersen. Come hear an update on our school’s strategic plan and meet our upcoming upper school principal and assistant principal. A reception will follow at 7:30 p.m.

Thursday, February 28
  • Varsity Ladies’ Tennis: Won 6–1 vs. Donna Klein
  • Varsity Softball: Won 12–2 vs. The Benjamin School
Friday, March 1
  • Varsity Baseball: Won 4–2 vs. Pine Crest
Saturday, March 2
  • High School Men’s Lacrosse: Won 1–0 vs. Immokalee High School
Monday, March 4
  • MS Softball: Won 15–2 vs. American Heritage‐Delray
Tuesday, March 5
  • Varsity Softball: Won 25–5 vs. University School
Wednesday, March 6
  • Varsity Men’s Basketball State Semifinals: Won 64–57 vs. University Christian of Jacksonville
  • Varsity Men’s Water Polo: Won 12–8 vs. Cypress Bay High School

Scores from all events are available on our website under Athletics. Click on the sport’s schedule to see the latest scores. 

The fifth‐grade students became citizens of BizTown on Wednesday when they visited Junior Achievement’s facility in Coconut Creek. This realistic setting inspires students to apply what they have learned about community and economy, work readiness, financial literacy, and business management.

While at the JA BizTown facility, each student assumed a job. Then, they produced and sold products and received a paycheck. They also worked on a business team, repaid business loans, shopped, and managed a personal bank account. Throughout the program, students explored and enhanced their understanding of free enterprise. They used critical thinking skills to learn about key economic concepts. This hands‐on learning experience is sure to impact our fifth‐grade students and prepare them further for their futures.

The Lions’ Parent Association (LPA) actively supports the mission of the school. One of the six teams that make up the LPA is the Prayer and Care Team. Their purpose is to provide encouragement and support to families experiencing a hardship. In addition, one goal they have this year for WA is to encourage our community in the healthy habit of prayer.
The Prayer and Care Team created a prayer calendar covering the key areas of our school along with Scripture. You can download the March calendar here as a guide to lift up WA.

The Lions’ Parent Association invites you to join us for a Florida Panthers Hockey Game! The WA community will gather on Saturday, March 23, at 7:00 p.m. at the BB&T Center in Sunrise for WA Family Night. The Panthers will face‐off with the Boston Bruins. In addition, our WA band will be playing before the game from 6:10–6:30 p.m. on the tarmac. We will end the night with a group photo on the ice to commemorate the event.

Because of the generosity of an alumni family, we are able to offer tickets at a reduced cost to our families for only $15 each, which also includes parking! Our seats are located in Sections 322–324. Click here to purchase tickets now! Plan to join us for this fun evening to connect with friends and make new ones!