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On Thursday, February 21, the third‐grade students treated the lower school to a special chapel presentation. In honor of President’s Day, the third‐grade students dressed up as their favorite famous American. Students chose American figures from both past and contemporary times. For example, we had Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Harriet Tubman, Lucille Ball, and Billy Graham all leading chapel today! The students sang patriotic songs and shared facts about the famous Americans.

It was a great time for the lower school students to see that God has a special plan for each person’s life, and we are excited to see what God has in store for their future,” said Mrs. Tracey Wood, Lower School Principal.

Wednesday, February 13
  • Varsity Softball: Won 6–5 vs. Cardinal Gibbons
Friday, February 15
  • Varsity Men’s Basketball District Finals: Won 78–50 vs. The Benjamin School
Tuesday, February 19
  • Varsity Men’s Water Polo: Won 11–6 vs. Coral Springs High School
Wednesday, February 20
  • Varsity Ladies’ Tennis: Won 6–1 vs. The Cushman School

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

 

Join us Under the Big Top! Our annual dinner auction is next week on Friday, March 1, at 6:30 p.m. in the Kennedy Fellowship Hall!

Our featured item this week is a Hurricane Impact‐Rated Front Door! Living in South Florida, this auction item is a must‐have. The winner will receive a number of doors to choose from and free installation. In addition, you’ll have the peace of mind your home is ready for the next hurricane season. We are thankful for this donation to our auction from All‐American Windows and Doors, an alumni‐owned company.

If you’re ready to lock this auction item up, click here to purchase auction tickets to bid on this item. Individual tickets, tables, and sponsor opportunities are available.

If you have further questions, please contact Sarah Hajduk, Director of Development, at hajduks@wa.edu.

campwa-logoWestminster Academy has a variety of activities planned for your child this summer. We welcome back Camp WA! Because it offers a wide range of structured activities, camp will be loads of fun! It’s open to children turning two before September 1 through those going into sixth grade. Camp WA provides age‐appropriate activities in a fun, safe, and secure environment at an affordable price. Above all, our dedicated staff provides a high‐quality camp experience.

This year, we are offering two sessions for elementary campers and three sessions for preschool campers. Please click here to log in or create an account to register.

If you have any questions regarding Camp WA, please email either our Preschool Camp Director, Kim Boros (for campers turning two by September 1 through those entering PreK 4 in the fall of 2019) or our Elementary Camp Director, Ehren Wallhoff (for campers entering kindergarten through sixth grade in the fall of 2019).

We are looking forward to a great summer!

Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church invites you to spend a Night on Broadway on Friday, March 8, at 7:30 p.m. A part of their Concert Series, this month’s concert at Coral Ridge will feature their own talent. Their eighty‐voice Concert Choir, angelic youth choirs, and the symphony orchestra will gather to entertain. Together, they will send you on a tour down Broadway, featuring acclaimed hits. Plan to enjoy your favorite songs from Sound of Music, Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables, West Side Story, Wicked, many Disney tunes, and more!

Get ready to for an incredible evening and click here for tickets.