Headmaster's Blog

Foreign Languages and the New Economy

Yes, it’s true that I’m typing this blog on a snow day, in Augusta of all places. Perhaps that’s why I’m thinking of foreign languages, somehow connected to the possibility of being in some far off, warm and exotic location. But with all kidding aside, Westminster takes mastery of a foreign language seriously, as any..

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Student Life Blog

Middle/Upper School ARC Volunteer Needed

The ARC (Academic Resource Center for the Middle and Upper School) is in need of a volunteer to commit to 5-10 hours each week to help with basic library tasks, such as shelving and checking out books. Volunteer will also help to supervise students. Please email Craig Johnson for more information.

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Athletics Blog

Spring Combine & 2014 Football News

Spring Football Combine | May 15 & 16 from 4-5:30 p.m. - All rising ninth- through twelfth-grade student athletes who plan to play football are expected to attend unless they are participating in spring sports and that sport is still in progress. Athletic Physicals | May 13 & 14 - All WSA athletes are highly encouraged to..

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Friends of Fine Arts

Regional Gold Key Winner Attends SCAD Show

Back in February, eighth-grader Abby Glass received a Regional Gold Key in Scholastic’s Art and Writing Awards 2014. Her work, a clay dragon, was sent to SCAD Atlanta to be showcased and judged for the national competition. Abby and her mother attended the art show at SCAD this past weekend. Photos are posted below. Middle/Upper..

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Lower School

March 2014 News

Library Collection The Lower School media center/library is seeing some new changes! A new bookshelf has arrived, and we have recently added 115 new chapter books to the shelves. These books cover a wide range of interests, from sports, to animals, to princesses, and much more. We have also recently added some comfortable seating for..

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Middle School

Berman to Compete in State Geography Bee

Congratulations to seventh-grader Joe Berman! As the winner of our school-level Geography Bee and one of the top scorers in the state on the written test, he now qualifies for the State Geography Bee on April 4 in Milledgeville, GA. Wishing you the best, Joe!

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Upper School

Students Volunteer Before Masters Break

A group of our Upper School students volunteered their time before Masters Break to help at the Christian Learning Centers of Augusta (CLCA) Annual Banquet. In cooperation and partnership with schools, parents and churches, the CLCA provides off-campus biblical teaching for public school students, giving them an opportunity to embrace the Gospel, to grow in Christian..

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Chapel Blog

Chapel Services | March 28 – Apr. 3

Lower School | In lieu of this week’s chapel service, students will be seeing the preview of the Spring Musical on March 28. Middle School | Next week, students will hear from Craig Johnson about Namaan. Upper School | Caleb Click, the youth paster at First Presbyterian Church, will speak to our students in chapel next..

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Pre-K Peek

Happy Late Valentine’s Day!

We had a great time celebrating Valentine’s Day today in Pre-K. The children had so much fun pretending to be the mailman! Don’t worry, they didn’t eat all the candy at once!

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