Love Your Neighbor

2019–20 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!

  • 620

    Donors Contributed this Past Year

  • 164

    First Time Donors

  • 248

    Investors Circle Donors Contributed $1,000 or More

  • $820,000

    Given to the Annual Fund

  • $1,060,000

    Capital Giving

  • $2.45 Million

    Tuition Assistance Provided

Wildcat We CARE Campaign

Our community raised $263,000 from 239 donors to help 34 students return to school this year.

Why Alumni Give
Embodying God's Love
spirit week performance

A Community That Cares

Love is joyful. Love is proactive. Love is sacrificial. During this past year, the Westminster community came together in countless ways to ensure that every member of the community felt pursued and valued. The community celebrated their school pride at events like Homecoming and Spirit Week and gave back to the larger community through traditions like ITSOG (In the Spirit of Giving). When hardship struck in the form of a global pandemic, Wildcats banded together to tackle online learning and ensure that every student could remain at Westminster. Through the giving of time, talents, and resources the Wildcat family truly lived out Christ’s call to “love your neighbor”.

Living for Him
student speaking at podium

Students Loving One Another and Learning Together

Last year, Westminster students worshipped their Creator in Chapel, learned His truth in the classroom, and supported one another as they shared their God-given gifts on the stage, field, and court. The unexpected events of the spring challenged students in new ways, but they persevered. No matter their location, Westminster students endeavored to love their neighbor through their faith, character, relationships, and service to others.

  • our schoolcommunity

  • 905


  • 23%

    Identify as Students of Color

  • 77

    Zip Codes Represented

See Our Students in Action

Keeping the Community Informed

Westminster’s student-run media company, 800 News, works hard to keep its fellow Wildcats informed. Broadcast students produce a monthly newscast, WCA Today, that covers the latest on-campus events, news stories, athletic updates, and more. While this is broadcast to students during the school day, it is also live-streamed for the entire Westminster community to enjoy!

Watch WCAToday Broadcasts

Sharing Their God-Given Gifts

Students explore their passions and discover new ones through Westminster’s world-class programs. Last spring’s production of Godspell is just one example of how Westminster students share their God-given gifts and talents. Whether it be on the stage, court, field, or in the classroom, Westminster students strive for excellence as an expression of worship for their Creator.

View Photos from Godspell
graduate in cap and gown

The Class of 2020

In March, the world changed dramatically as the Class of 2020 quickly adapted to online learning and grappled with a senior year that looked different than anyone could have imagined. With a spirit of perseverance, our 180 seniors celebrated and crossed the finish line at an outdoor commencement ceremony in August.

Watch Our Student Broadcast with Highlights from Commencement
  • class of2020

  • 99%

    Attending College

  • 7,600

    Hours Spent Serving the Community

  • 32.5

    Average ACT of Top 25%

  • 36

    Bright Flight Recipients

  • $19.6 Million

    Total Scholarships Earned

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