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Westminster offers a variety of academic support options to encourage students as they become critical Christian thinkers.
Academic Advisory encourages students to take ownership and responsibility for monitoring their academic progress.
Each week, students are provided two separate blocks of time to assess their current academic standing. Students may use this time to make up quizzes and/or tests, finish assigned homework, catch up on missing work, or seek help from teachers.
Academic Connect (Middle School)
Academic Connect is an opportunity for middle school students to connect with their teachers and address areas where they need help.
Students grow as they benefit from re-teaching stations, conferencing, test preparation centers, recovery work, project completion, and online tutorials in mathematics or typing skills. Available four days a week at the end of the school day, Academic Connect also provides study time for students.
The Academic Hub supports and enhances curricular and cocurricular programs by encouraging students to become critical Christian thinkers. It is a place where students can get work done during study hall and also functions as an extension of the classroom for many of our teachers.
The Hub offers a range of computer resources and houses an entire collection of titles found in our Westminster 100 reading program. It is also home to many other books and print resources available to our students and teachers. If you have questions about the Academic Hub or its resources, email Marjan Kempen.
Flourish is a program designed to intentionally and systematically identify and address academic areas of need for struggling students. Our desire through this program and beyond is to enable sustainable success and to push each student to achieve at his or her highest academic ability.
The Math Center, which provides additional support for students regarding any concept found within our extensive math curriculum, is housed in our Academic Hub. Students can seek help from our experienced math tutors before and after school, during study hall, or over lunch.
Westminster partners with the St. Louis County Library for access to online data and reference resources.