Spirit Week 2017 will mark the 28th year of a tradition that is arguably the highlight of the year for the Westminster community!

The purpose of Spirit Week is for class members to work together to build class pride through vigorous but friendly competition. The goal of each day’s activities is to increase class pride, involvement, and enthusiasm while remaining in line with the mission of Westminster — to honor Jesus Christ.

Spirit Week will be broadcast live for everyone watching at home. Tune in daily from Monday, January 30 – Friday, February 3 from 2-3 p.m.

Community Night (Thursday) performances will also be streamed beginning at 6:30 p.m., and Big Night (Friday) performances will be streamed following the varsity basketball game.

Be sure to follow Athletic Director Lindsay Carlile on Twitter to get game updates.

View photos via FacebookInstagram, or Twitter.


Dress-Up Days

Monday – Class Color Day
Wear your class’ designated color. Face painting alone does not count, so be creative! Class colors are: 12th Grade – Blue, 11th Grade – Pink, 10th Grade – Purple, 9th Grade – Red, 8th Grade – Gray, 7th Grade – Green

Tuesday – Olympics Day
Represent an Olympic sport or one of the competing countries! Be the competitor or the ultimate fan. (No spandex, swimwear, singlets, leotards, etc.)

Wednesday – Holidays Day
Keep the holiday spirit all year long and dress up as a favorite holiday from America or around the world. Ugly Christmas sweaters look great in February, too!

Thursday – Famous Group Day
Whether real or fictional, human or not, find the famous group that inspires you and your friends into creative outfits! The possibilities are endless: M&M’s, Charlie Brown and friends, 101 Dalmatians, and more.

Friday – Blue and White Day
Go Wildcats! Each student should be wearing both blue and white in an obvious way in order to be counted. Face painting alone does not count.

Dress-Up Guidelines

  •       No cross-dressing.
  •       No negative costumes.
  •       No weapons – not even fake ones!
  •       No inappropriate dress (modesty guidelines still apply during Spirit Week).
  •       No roller skates, rollerblades, or hoverboards.
  •       No masks.