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The Lower School Student Council is looking forward to serving the Lower School by organizing service projects and other fun activities for our lower school students. We will continue our efforts with Operation Christmas Child and raise funds for activities and those in need through candy cane and icy pop sales and valentine grams. We are excited to develop leadership skills through the Student Council and set a great example for our fellow lower school students. Congratulations to our Lower School Student Council officers and representatives! President: Joey Pekic Vice President: Preston Pacienza Secretary: Evelyn Branham Treasurer: Siri Deenah Third-grade representatives: ...

Do you want to get more involved this year? Join the Lions Parent Association (LPA) for our Kick-Off at One Cup on Thursday, September 24, at 8:15 a.m. in the Kennedy Fellowship Hall. Designed for busy parents, One Cup is typically an opportunity to gather in an informal setting to discuss a parenting topic in about the time it takes to drink a cup of coffee. However, at our first meeting, you will learn more about what the LPA does for WA and how you can get involved. You will also meet the leadership of the LPA team, have the...

In the last 12 months, the Lions Athletic Club (Boosters) was newly formed and focused on supporting our Westminster Academy student-athletes to excel on and off the field with new equipment, gear, and facilities. You can support the Lions Athletic Club by purchasing a family banner (2' x 3') for $250 for the 2020-2021 academic year on East or West campus. You may also click here to view a variety of Corporate Sponsorship packages available. All proceeds will be used to support athletics. Please email boosters@wa.edu with your interest as soon as possible. Our most recent project was the installation of the...

Every year, the National Football Foundation hosts the Brian Piccolo Award Banquet. This awards dinner pays tribute to the late Brian Piccolo, a standout football player for St. Thomas Aquinas, Wake Forest, and the NFL with the Chicago Bears. In addition, it gathers 40 senior student-athletes from Broward County schools who excelled both academically and on the football field. Last week, senior Donovan Lassiter would have attended. Like all large gatherings, this event was canceled. However, it did not stop Head Football Coach, Tommy Lewis, from sharing his gratitude. He writes to his team captain: “I wanted you to know how proud...