At a Glance
Founded in 1972, Westminster Schools of Augusta is a college preparatory school that seeks to glorify God by providing an excellent education that equips students to live extraordinary lives for Jesus Christ.
Average Class Size | 18
The School Day
Pre-K and TK Hours: 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Jr. KinderCubs (Pre-K and TK Enrichment Class): 12 – 2 p.m.
Kindergarten Hours: 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Grades 1 – 5: 8 a.m. – 2:50 p.m.
Grades 6 – 12: 8 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.
Student/Teacher Ratio | 11:1 (Pre-K through 12)
- SAT (Middle 50% Range): Critical Reading 603; Math 603; Writing 596
- SAT Combined Average: 1802
- ACT Average Composite: 26.4
- National Merit Scholars: 1 National Merit Finalist and 4 National Merit Commended
- Scholarships Awarded: $2.23 million
- Percentage of class who qualified for the HOPE or LIFE Scholarship: 79
Advanced Placement | Courses are offered in 17 subjects. The pass rate and number of exams taken in 2014 reached 84 percent and 171, respectively.
Number of Alumni | 899
Current Operating Budget | $7.7 million
Extracurricular Activities (Georgia Independent School Association)
Athletics – 74 percent of Westminster students participate in at least one sport:
Fine Arts – 39 percent of Westminster students participate in at least one fine arts program
For a complete list of extracurricular activities, click here.
Accreditation | SAIS/SACS dual accreditation
- 7 students earned perfect scores on the 2014 National Greek Exam.
- 5 students placed above the 95th percentile in the nation on the 2014 National Spanish Exam.
- 30 students placed in the top eight percent in the country on the 2014 National Latin Exam.
- 1 student placed in the top ten in Georgia, and 1 placed in the top ten in the United States in the 2014 National French Contest.
- 36 students were named AP Scholars, representing 41 percent of the juniors and seniors. From those 36 students, there were 13 AP Scholars, 12 AP Scholars with Honor, 9 AP Scholars with Distinction and 2 AP National Scholars.
- The Science Olympiad team placed fifth out of 29 teams at the region competition.
- 2nd place at state in literary competition
- 8 students participated in All-State Chorus (the largest number in school history)
- 1st place at GISA state in Public Forum debate
- Semifinalist rank at GISA state in Policy debate
- 2 students named All-State by the National Forensics League
- 1 student named Best-Actor and 1 student named to the All-Star cast by the Georgia Theater Conference
- 36 students/parents sang at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in New York City
- 1st place at GISA state for varsity boys soccer
- 4th place at GISA state for varsity golf
- 1st place at GISA region for varsity boys tennis
- “Final Four” GISA state appearance by the varsity boys basketball team
Faculty/Staff Member Recognitions
- 1 Georgia Independent School Association Distinguished Service Award winner
- GISA Region 4-AAA Tennis Coach of the Year
- GISA Region 4-AAA and GISA AAA Soccer Coach of the Year