Below are the documents that parents will need to ensure that students participate in the 2017 summer reading assignments for the 2017-18 academic year. Assignments are available for PK3 through twelfth-grade students.
Head of School Brian Case shared his testimony at First Presbyterian Church last Sunday before the church offered a Prayer of Consecration on his behalf. He was then welcomed at a reception in his honor in The Commons at First Presbyterian Church.
Did you miss the chance to purchase Greg Howard’s art at the auction in April? You may still commission a piece and have 15 percent of the cost benefit Westminster.
There are also Pink George Taber azaleas from the auction available for purchase. for more information. There are a limited number of azaleas left, so contact us as soon as possible to reserve the azaleas or to purchase the art.
Thank you for your support of the 2017 Westminster Auction!
Tracy Lutz has been named Middle School Principal of Westminster Schools of Augusta.
Mrs. Lutz grew up in Atlanta where she graduated from Westminster Schools. She received her bachelor’s degree from Duke University in History and Psychology and master’s degree in education from Oglethorpe University.
Although she began her teaching career at Westminster Schools of Augusta, she and her husband, Ryan, moved to Niger, West Africa to teach at a missionary school in 1998. Following this adventure, she taught in Atlanta, Georgia, and Memphis, Tennessee.
Tracy returned to Westminster in 2011, serving in the Middle School as a history teacher, cross-country coach and academic support coordinator before transitioning to the interim Middle School principal in 2016. Tracy and Ryan have three children: Jonathan, Reagan and Connor.
While at Westminster, Mrs. Lutz has managed a strong academic support program, developed an eighth grade leadership program, and led the implementation of the 1:World technology initiative.
“Mrs. Lutz is a strong student-centered servant leader who believes in the potential of every student,” said Head of School Brian Case. “I am excited to see the Middle School flourish in the future under her direction.”
The Westminster Parents’ Association needs YOU to volunteer as we look ahead to activities and services for next school year. Volunteer forms may be downloaded below, and will also be sent home in Lower School book bags and emailed to Middle and Upper School parents on May 5. There are opportunities large and small to help. Many hands make light work and we look forward to your participation as we serve the school wholeheartedly.
Freshmen Kate Lynch and Christina Brown placed first in Georgia at the National History Day (NHD) competition with their documentary regarding Grace Abbott. They will go on to compete at the national level in June, as will Jack Baker for his historical paper on Dietrich Bonhoeffer! Many Westminster students from our Upper School competed along with approximately 600 middle and high school students on April 22 at the Georgia State Competition at Mercer University. We had four NHD projects place third in their categories.
Results First Place
Kate Lynch* & Christina Brown* – Grace Abbott (Group Documentary)
Genevieve Waller** & Abigail Griner** – Sophie Scholl and the White Rose (Group Exhibit)
Jack Baker* – Standing Fast: Dietrich Bonhoeffer (Historical Paper)
New Oasis International Education, our partner for International Students is offering our school a host family referral bonus of $300. After a family has been referred and approved, New Oasis will send you the $300 promotion bonus. Please email referrals to or .
The Westminster Parents Association (WPA) is offering a way to order Lower School supply kits for the 2017-18 school year. Kits may be ordered online through May 5. When ordering, use school code: 64379.