At Westminster, we want our students education to prepare them for the future, not just prepare them to pass a test. Our goals differ from most schools today, with an emphasis on the arts, humanities, and Scripture. We want our students to understand that all truth is God’s truth and it is impossible to learn about anything without the Scriptures at the center of our subjects. This philosophy is reflected in the way we teach our curriculum from JK all the way through graduation.

Westminster Academy…

Christ-centered education

Education for formation

Development of critical thinking – “Why?”

Emphasis on the true, good, and beautiful

Integrated interdisciplinary learning

Appreciation of Western Civilization

Latin taught as a core requirement

Humanities and fine arts emphasis

Requires the student to learn how to learn

Mastery as working to one’s fullest potential

Lifelong love of learning as the ultimate goal

Truth is objective, knowable, and absolute

Parents as primary educators

Modern Education…

Man-centered education

Education for information

Development of correct procedures – “How?”

Emphasis on politically correct

Fragmented and disjointed learning

Critique of Western Civilization

Latin as an elective

Techno-rational emphasis

Requires the student to learn how to pass tests

Mastery as measured by test grades

Graduation as the ultimate goal

Self-actualization, personal peace and affluence

Teachers as primary educators

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