2020–21 Annual Report

The Extraordinary Goodness of God

Through the amazing generosity of our community, we were greatly blessed and surpassed all of our giving goals! Thank you!

  • 5%

    Increase in Giving

  • 207

    Investors Circle Donors Contributed $1,000 or More

  • $2,100,272

    given consisting of annual fund, capital, and restricted

  • $595,000

    Given to the Annual Fund

  • $1,370,000

    Capital Giving

  • $2.85 Million

    Tuition Assistance Provided

Spirit Week: A Highlight of the Year!

Students danced, dressed up, and celebrated our community together.

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Sustaining Through Challenges

God’s Abundant Faithfulness

God truly sustained us during a challenging year. By His grace, we were able to provide our students with an excellent, in-person education five days per week. Sports, performances, and other events continued — with modifications — but they continued. Even in precarious circumstances, our students grew in Christ and in their love for one another.

Innovation & Creativity

Using God-Given Gifts

COVID restrictions posed never-before-seen changes to every aspect of life at Westminster last year, but this didn’t stop our tenacious and innovative faculty, staff, and students from creatively persevering in their endeavors. Teachers engaged with at-home learners, while students transitioned the fall play into a film and performed in livestreamed concerts. Clubs, sports, and extracurriculars continued with modifications, keeping our campus buzzing with activity and relationships.

  • our schoolcommunity

  • 930


  • 25%

    Are Students of Color

  • 83

    Zip Codes Represented

See Our Students in Action

On-Campus Events

Community-building events had to look different last year, but staff and parents embraced the change. The annual talent show and a new event, Rock Paper Scissors, included a combination of pre-recorded and live elements and were livestreamed to classrooms and homes.

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Guys and Dolls

After a year with very little theatre, director Allen Schwamb wanted to bring plenty of levity to the spring musical. “Guys and Dolls” is a rollicking tale of gamblers and Hotbox girls in 1950s New York City. The cast and crew performed the show three times to a limited in-person audience and via livestream to many community members.

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The Class of 2021

Senior year for the Class of 2021 looked different than anyone had anticipated. Despite precautions such as masks and social distancing, our 159 members of the Class of 2021 persevered, nurtured their community, and thrived. They celebrated and crossed the finish line at an outdoor commencement ceremony in May.

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  • class of2021

  • 99%

    Attending College

  • 6,360

    Hours Spent Serving the Community

  • 32.4

    Average ACT of Top 25%

  • 30

    Bright Flight Recipients

  • $17.6 Million

    Total Scholarships Earned

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