Take Your Learning Beyond the Classroom
Summer programs provide meaningful learning opportunities outside the traditional classroom and are designed to integrate activity, curriculum, community, and more.
Over the course of an eight-day trip through Badlands National Park, the Wounded Knee Memorial, and the Cheyenne River, students explore the theme of “restoration” through literature, history, and environmental science. The focus of the course is the development of a biblical understanding of restoration: the responsibility of all Christians to work towards the restoration of the earth to God’s original intent. Following the academic work, students embark on a two-day kayak tour on the Cheyenne River and a three-day backpacking trip in the Badlands.
Students travel to Seoul where they assist at a summer camp held by Westminster’s sister school, Saemmul Middle School.
A cultural immersion and service trip, students visit many of the places discussed in Westminster’s western civilization course and serve the refugee and Roma population of Athens.
SCLIE is an intense, highly motivating, authentic opportunity for advanced world language students to apply and integrate their language knowledge and skills. During these trips, students will be immersed in the language and culture through guided travel, an exchange program with a school, and interaction with a host family. Past trip locations include Salon de Provence and Paris.