Welcome to Westminster
At Westminster Christian Academy, we reach higher. In the classroom, on the stage, and on the field, we seek to honor Christ and pursue excellence in His name. A Westminster education prepares students in grades 7–12 for more than college and career— it equips them to engage their world and make an impact for Christ's Kingdom.
Westminster isn’t your average secondary school. Our mission calls us to prepare students for lives of service in God’s Kingdom. Explore the community values, teaching philosophy, and shared beliefs that set a Westminster education apart.
We hope you will visit our campus and meet some of our faculty, students, and parents. We think you’ll discover that we are a distinctly Christian school full of world-class opportunities.
Be Challenged & Inspired
Westminster faculty encourage students to wrestle with complex ideas and make connections across disciplines while incorporating a biblical worldview into our college preparatory program.
Create Alongside Your Creator
We were created to create. Students experience the wonder and beauty of God’s creation as they explore the performing and visual arts at Westminster. The opportunities to reach and inspire others through art are endless.
Our top priority is to help student-athletes strengthen their relationship with Jesus Christ. As part of the Westminster athletic program, students grow in Christian character, develop a strong work ethic, and most importantly, learn how to honor Christ on and off the field.
Grow in Community
The foundation of gospel living is loving God and loving people. At Westminster, we cultivate a community of love, care, and grace. Our shared faith is integrated into every aspect of the school experience, fostering spiritual and character formation in our students.
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