Student life at Westminster has something for everyone. From Athletics to the Artists Guild and a even a 10-day trip to Italy, your student is sure to find some way to get involved in our community. Westminster strives to create a sense of community where our students feel loved and cherished, and where they can continually discover their God-given talents.
Our Vision for Students
Westminster Academy aims to graduate young men and women who think clearly and listen carefully with discernment and understanding; who reason persuasively and articulate precisely; who are capable of evaluating their entire range of experience in the light of the Scriptures; and who do so with eagerness in joyful submission to God. We desire that they see all learning as under the authority of Christ, seeking to integrate all subjects together in forming a comprehensive biblical world-view. We desire them to recognize cultural influences as distinct from biblical, and to be unswayed by the world, the flesh, and the devil. We aim to find them well-prepared in all situations, possessing truth and knowledge and the ability to decide and act confidently. We desire they be socially graceful and spiritually gracious; equipped with and understanding the tools of learning; developing a lifelong love of learning, and desiring to grow in wisdom. We desire that they know and love the Lord Jesus Christ and His church, having a heart for the unsaved and the courage to give a defense of the hope that is within them. All these we desire our students to possess with humility, thankfulness, and gratitude to God.
We offer a variety of sports and nearly 70% of our Upper School students are involved in at least one sport at Westminster. We participate in the Shelby 78, TSSA A, and the PAA leagues. Learn more about our athletics program by visiting out athletics page!
Learn about some of the other clubs and organizations that students can get involved with at Westminster Academy. Some of our most popular organizations include Mock Trial, Student Ambassadors, and the Science Olympiad.
In 8th grade, our students travel to Washington D.C., in 10th grade they visit Arkansas, and in 12th grade they take a capstone trip to Italy. These trips are built into tuition and provide our students with the chance for real world applications for what they’re learning in the classroom.