Members of the Class of 2016 have now heard back from their college choices, and their acceptance results are very impressive. Using U.S. News & World Report‘s national universities and liberal arts colleges rankings, 56 percent of Westminster’s seniors were accepted into at least one Top 100 university or college. Congratulations, Class of 2016! Westminster’s..
Impressive Acceptances at Top 100
Student Life Blog
Vegetables Springing Up in Westminster Garden
Last month, we shared the news about the prekindergarten class’s “blooming” collaboration with ninth-grader Hogan McCully on a Westminster community garden project. Last week, the students saw the fruits of their labor as they pulled up their first crop of radishes. Stay tuned as their garden continues to grow!
Robinson Commits to Play Soccer at Covenant
Senior Seth Robinson committed to play soccer at Covenant College during a special ceremony held on April 27. Click the image below to see more photos from the ceremony.
Friends of Fine Arts
Spring Choral Concert 2016
The Middle and Upper School choral students presented their spring choral assembly on April 27. Click the image below to view all the photos from the concert.
Poetry Hour & History Tour
Poetry Hour The fourth-grades held their annual Poetry Hour on April 26. During this special time, the students recited the poems they had memorized in front of their friends and families in the library. Afterward, they enjoyed refreshments in the classroom. Local History Tour The third grade spent the morning of April 26 touring our..
Eighth-Graders Introduced to Engineering
Eighth-grade students Kate Lynch, Christina Brown and Michelle Iwama attended the 2016 Introduce A Girl to Engineering Day held on April 23 at USC Aiken.
Students Compete at State National History Day
On Saturday, April 22, Westminster had 13 projects, representing the work of 10 Middle school and 15 Upper School students, compete at the state-level competition for National History Day at Mercer University. To qualify for state, all of these students placed in the top three of the regional competition that was held in March at..
Sixth-Grade Service Project
Our sixth-graders took a day out of their school schedule to serve the Augusta community. They cleaned up the Augusta Canal and the Olde Town neighborhood, packed and sorted items for the Bridge Ministry and read to first-graders at our own school.
Trail Camera Fun!
The KinderCubs’ mission this week was to find out what animals live on our wooded campus. We chose a tucked-away spot near the creek behind the tennis courts. The children created a small food plot with a few scraps from their lunches. Next, they placed a trail camera in a nearby tree. The plan was..
Extended Day Blog
After School Care Demonstrates Great Commission
The students in After School Care performed a science experiment to demonstrate the spread of Christianity when a person tells others about Jesus. The experiment started with milk in a plate (the earth) covered by oil that separated into “countries” when stirred. They talked about how the world would be without Christians… not very pretty,..