Category: School News

  • Why Study Latin?

    Westminster Academy students in Latin I and II recently took the National Latin Exam, sponsored by the American Classical League and the National Junior Classical League. The exams were scored and ranked, and all students who scored above the national average were awarded one of four prizes depending on their performance. The awards are Gold
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  • Spring Cleaning? Bring Your Donations to Blues City Thrift at Westminster This Week!

    Did you know there will be a Blues City Thrift truck accepting donations at Westminster all week? Do you know why you should consider supporting them with your donations? In 2009, a group of Westminster fathers came up with the idea of creating a thrift store with the aim of giving proceeds back to faith-based
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  • Why Do We Use Standardized Tests?

    What are the benefits to standardized testing? They give us another tool to track an individual student’s progress. Standardized scores are by no means the only data that we have to assess student progress at Westminster Academy, because we believe that students are complex learners who show growth in diverse dimensions: academic, social, emotional, spiritual,
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  • 2019 Senior Thesis Presentations

    The culminating work of a student’s education at Westminster Academy is the delivery and defense of a senior thesis. It is a comprehensive and integrative project that requires students to use the knowledge and skills they have acquired throughout their education at Westminster to craft a thoughtful and persuasive argument on a chosen topic. It
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  • Westminster Academy Students Make Impressive Impact at 2019 Youth In Government Conference

    This past weekend, Westminster Academy’s 15-member delegation journeyed to the Youth In Government Conference in Nashville. Many of these participants received accolades and the entire group had a great showing. Five of the six bills presented by Westminster delegates passed committee and were then argued in full chambers. A bill written by Jack Keith, Max
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  • Join Us at the MidSouth MDA Muscle Walk

    THIS Saturday, April 6, 10-12 at Westminster Academy. This community-wide event is free and open to the public. There will be games, food trucks, face painting, and more for families and participants to enjoy before and after the muscle walk itself. The annual MDA Muscle Walk is a meaningful way for families, neighbors, and local
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