St. Louis and St. Louis County government officials have announced a mandatory 30 day “Stay at Home” order aimed at preventing further spread of the COVID-19 virus. The order is in effect through April 22. Based on these announcements, Westminster's online learning program will extend through April 22 while the campus is closed. For more information, please visit this page. Current families, please check Veracross to access past communications and online learning resources.
Rooted in Our Mission
At Westminster, spiritual formation is rooted in the school’s mission to enable students to discover, embrace, and integrate a biblical view of the world.
Gospel-Centered Teaching and Worship
Weekly chapel services offer students spiritual encouragement.Learn More about Chapel
Leading with Our Serve
Learning, modeling, and practicing servant leadership is central to worldview and leadership development at Westminster. Our leadership development programs are based on biblical principles and give students the opportunity to practice servant leadership.
Portrait of Westminster Graduates
At Westminster, students grow in their understanding of who created them and come to love the Lord with all their hearts. Graduates cultivate their experience at Westminster by pressing on toward the high calling of Jesus Christ.