LPA Tag

The faculty and staff would like to express our utmost gratitude to the Lions’ Parent Association for all of their hard work this year. The Lions’ Parent Association actively supports the mission of WA by providing opportunities to connect and cultivate friendships, promoting volunteerism and school spirit, and raising awareness of WA in the local community. We would like to recognize those who have served in a leadership position this year: Chair—Bevan Harms Treasurer—Loren Eaton Secretary—Susan Korthals Ambassadors Team Leader—Sabrina Natt Events Team Leader—Laura Harms Faculty & Staff Appreciation Team Leaders—Ale Ora & Elizabeth Rodrigues Hospitality Team Leader—Sylvia Delgado Prayer &...

Next week marks milestones for many of our students. Our year-end receptions need many hands on deck to ensure success! Join us as we prepare to honor our fifth-grade classes, our eighth-grade classes, and seniors through receptions held May 29-30. Click here to sign up! The LPA appreciates your feedback as they begin to prepare for next school year! Please email lpa@wa.edu with any questions or ideas you may have....

This week the Lions' Parent Association (LPA) begins restocking the Uniform Bank in preparation for the 2019–20 school year! Please consider donating your uniforms, P.E. uniforms, and spirit wear. First, if you choose to help, all items need to be clean and bagged. Then, please drop them off in the lower school office, upper school office, or the WA Welcome Center. Because of the security risk, please do NOT donate uniforms and attire with a WA logo or name to other organizations. The LPA sees to it that any items not meeting current uniform requirements go to children in Honduras and...

This morning began our turn towards the end of the year events. Parents gathered for a very special time to pray for our senior class by name. They also prayed over the personalized Bibles that each graduate will receive at Commencement. Alumnus Bernie Gonzalez '10, who led us in worship, recalled receiving his Bible and what it meant to him. It was inspiring to see parents of younger students join with parents of seniors to lift up their graduate, a beautiful picture of beginning with the end in mind. Thank you to our Prayer and Care Team for planning this...

The senior class left on their final journey together today. This week-long trip gives students a chance to reflect on their time at WA, make new memories, and receive final words of wisdom from Mr. Walt Jominy. With the exciting activities planned, this trip will surely be memorable. Their first stop is in Georgia for a zip line canopy tour: five hours of zip lines, high ropes, and a 100-foot free fall. Then, the seniors stay at a working horse ranch in Tennessee, which is owned by a family that helped build Westminster Academy. Activities at the ranch include a waterfall...