Spirit Week 2022

Thirty-three years of tradition couldn’t be stopped by a little bit of snow! Spirit Week 2022 was certainly a memorable one, and we are grateful to the students, staff, faculty, and parents who made it a successful two weeks of competition and community.

It was wonderful to see the Arena and Gymnasium packed for Monday’s Community Night. Thank you for being there to celebrate and cheer on our students. Tuesday’s Big Night featured another full house. There were victories all around for the Westminster basketball teams, followed by encore presentations of the top two Film Projects, Boys Poms, and Lip Syncs. The evening concluded with one last look at the seniors’ “The Great Gatsby” dance number, and finally, the presentation of The Florence Cup to this year’s champions.

Flip through some of the best photos from the week below and be sure to watch the livestream events for a full recap of an amazing Spirit Week!


The Artboards took us back to our favorite childhood animated movies. Congratulations to the 7th and 8th graders whose colorful “Wreck-It Ralph” scene won the top prize.
View the Artboards →

Film Projects

Student’s creative humor filled the sitcom-themed film projects this year. The senior class’ production, “The Millers,” earned first place. Take a look at all of the film projects in the link below. The films required the following:
Genre: Sitcom
Character: Always doing TikTok dances
Prop: Football helmet
Line: “Don’t be a bump on a pickle!”
Watch the Films →

Boys Poms

Literally and figuratively, our Boys Poms teams came to battle this year. We witnessed pirate swords, flipping firefighters, and karate chops along with illuminated gloves and a Pac-Man performance. The senior class won first place with their “Black Panther” routine. Take a look at some of the best photos or watch a video of Boys Poms performances.

Lip Sync

Glitter, fringe, and sparkle brought this year’s Lip Sync choreography to life. Congratulations to the sophomore class who earned first place with their rendition of “Annie.” We enjoyed a blast from the past with the freshman girls’ decades of music and the seniors’ 1920’s “Great Gatsby.” “Cruella” even made an appearance in the 8th grade performance. Enjoy looking through the photos or watch the performances from Lip Sync to relive it all!

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