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.
Supporting Student Needs
At Westminster, we strive to provide each of our students with the tools they need to succeed. We offer a variety of academic support opportunities, as well as our gifted and special services programs to meet individual needs.
The Gifted Program
The Gifted program supports the educational, spiritual, and social-emotional needs of gifted students. Students grow to understand and embrace their learning profile while confidently managing their coursework under the guidance of gifted teachers. Through compacted, accelerated, curriculum and enrichment opportunities, we will enhance your student’s academic potential and success.
Westminster is committed to meeting the educational needs of families with students who have a diagnosed disability that impacts learning. We offer families enrollment in our full-time program or consultative services through our Learning Center.
We offer a variety of programs that encourage students to take responsibility for their learning and ownership of their academic progress. Advisory and Connect allow students time to seek help from teachers. The Hub often serves as an extension of the classroom for teachers. Our Math Center and Flourish program provide students with additional help when they’re struggling.