Education is your best investment
“For assessing Westminster’s success in my life, it’s not what I’ve learned or who I’ve become, but who I am becoming, and for better or for worse, you can’t put a price tag on that.”
Class of 2004
Students at Westminster
Students who have graduated
Average Class Size
Class of 2017 average ACT score
- College Acceptance 100%
- Westminster graduates currently in or graduated from college 88%
- Students scoring 3 or above on AP exams 76%
Field trips, including 6th grade retreat, Literature Books, Workbooks & Assignment Notebooks, History cards & Flash cards, A Bible
Protocol Ball, 8th Grade Trip to D.C., 10-day Senior Capstone Trip to Italy, Art Supplies
2018-19 TuitionJunior Kindergarten - Kindergarten
- Junior Kindergarten through Kindergarten are half day programs (8a.m.-12p.m.). Westminster offers an Extended Enrichment program (WEE) that lasts through the end of the school day at 3p.m. for an additional fee of $3,875. If you would like more information about WEE, click here. At this stage play is student’s work. Mornings are full of fine arts, Scripture, language arts, and math. JK-Kindergarteners will begin learning how to write, read, and develop fine motor skills through play-based centers and self directed play. They’ll also engage in art, music, dramatic play, messy play, and sensory exploration throughout the week.
2018-19 Tuition1st-5th Grade
- In the grammar stage, young children become conscious of the world around them: they mimic, mime, and repeat what they hear. So, we create opportunities for students to learn about literature, music, science, and art. In order to capitalize on students’ strengths throughout the grammar stage, an emphasis is placed on our students’ language development in order to graduate virtuous and articulate citizens. Memorization and recitation are key tools in the lower grades as students quickly absorb information. Halls are often filled with singing, laughing, cheering, and chanting voices of students.
2018-19 Tuition6th-12th Grade
- As students mature, in 6th-12th grade, we give them the opportunity to dissect ideas, analyze arguments, seek justice, and discover the reasoning behind everything. Open discussions, logic classes, and bible courses are all tools used in the logic stage to further develop their debate and reasoning skills. In the logic stage, students begin to grow more aware of the wider world and their place in it. Through bible courses, service days, and a 10-day capstone trip to Italy, our students are taught to engage the world through speech, writing, and service. Our education prepares students for lifelong learning.