Prepare and equip more young men and women to engage the world and change it for Jesus Christ.
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.
Advancing Christ’s Kingdom
Westminster provides international students with a college preparatory education grounded in biblical truth.
An Established Program
Embracing our vision to equip students to make an impact for Christ’s Kingdom, Westminster enrolled its first international student in 1985. Today, our international program creates a global learning experience for students from all over the world. We are blessed to enroll full-time international students from Brazil, China, Denmark, France, Mexico, Norway, New Zealand, Spain, and South Korea.
Opportunities to Excel
Our college preparatory curriculum challenges students academically and provides countless opportunities to interact with American students in the classroom. Through Westminster’s leadership and service opportunities, students grow in their faith and character and desire to honor Christ in all things.
Students enrolled in our International Program stay with host families associated with our school, who provide them with a high-quality learning environment as well as the emotional and social support necessary to thrive.
Westminster also provides additional support for international students with:
- New student orientation
- Daily ESL classes and the ESL Testing Center
- Constant communication with host families, parents, students, and teachers to monitor academic performance
- Assistance with college planning and test preparation
With an average enrollment of 30 students in our international program, these students receive the individualized attention they need to succeed.
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