2017 National History Day Results Junior Division (Middle School) Documentary (Group) 1st place – Abby Almodovar and Sophie Hammarlund Website (Individual) 1st place – Brad Joiner Website (Group) 1st place – Sydney Roseman, Mary Grace Apostol and Julia Andrews 2nd place – Logan Gamlin, Jason Tan and Josh Oldham Exhibit (Individual) 1st place- Jonathan Apostol..
Student Life Blog
Individual NHD Honors
Girls Varsity Tennis – State Champions Again
Congrats to Coach Leisa Tebbs and the girls varsity tennis team for winning another GISA AAA state championship on Tuesday night. With the win, they now become the only tennis team in Westminster history to ever win back to back state championships. We are so proud of you!!
Friends of Fine Arts
AP Art Show Photos
This year, talented senior artists Emily Rogers, Lauren Rich and Julia Pruitt displayed their AP Art portfolios at Jessye Norman School of the Arts.
Fourth-Grade Poetry Hour
The fourth-grades held their annual Poetry Hour on April 25. 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 their classrooms.
Geologist Visits Earth Science Class
On Friday, March 24 our seventh-grade Earth Science class enjoying learning from retired geologist Joel Trainer (grandfather of seventh-grader Logan Gamlin and fifth-grader Jacob Gamlin). When he spoke to the class, he included a very informative Power Point presentation, focusing on fossils and geologic time. Mr. Trainer brought many fossil samples for students to view..
Chemistry Students Test for Olympiad Team
Three Westminster AP Chemistry students recently took the regional qualifying exam for the National Chemistry Olympiad Team. Of 280 area students who took the exam, these three students earned the top three scores: Holly Criss; Michael Axel; Dan Wang. Holly and Michael will participate in the next screening exam on April 22 at USC Aiken…
Today was a very exciting in PK4! We had the opportunity to harvest our first bunch of radishes. We learned the importance of following the seed spacing guidelines on the seed packets. Our radishes looked a bit like sardines! However, the students loved hunting for the biggest radishes or the ones that were too close..
After School Care Blog
Bible Club | An Empty Tomb
ASC students enjoyed reenacting Mary and other women discovering the empty tomb on Easter Sunday. In the photos below, the angel is atop the “tomb,” and the three girls are the Sunday morning visitors to the tomb.