Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation. Mark 16:15
Key Club is one of the oldest and largest service programs for high school students. It is a student-led organization whose goal is to encourage leadership through helping others.
DI is a volunteer-led, educational non-profit organization that teaches 21st century skills to kindergarten through university level students through creative and collaborative problem solving challenges. Team members work together to develop a solution to one of 7 open-ended challenges and present their solutions at tournaments. Through the Challenge program, students learn and experience the creative process from imagination to innovation and learn skills needed to succeed in school, career and life, including teamwork, communication, project management, perseverance, creative and critical thinking, and self-confidence. Team sign ups are in early September.
Each grade, 9-12, elects its own officers: President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer.
The class officers are responsible for different functions, ranging from service projects to homecoming activities. Officers are elected by the students at the end of each academic year to serve the following academic year. All class officers and student council officers are required to purchase uniform pieces as designated by the class or student council sponsor.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
FCA's mission is to present to athletes and coaches, and all whom they influence, the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church. FCA meets every other Thursday at 7:00am in the gym. You do not have to be an athlete to participate.
Our Chapel Team consists of Upper School students who assist with Chapel services each Thursday at Westminster Presbyterian Church. Duties include worship team, praise band and singers, audio visual needs, and sharing their love of Jesus Christ.
The High School Student Council is open to all students 9th through 12th grade. Students who want to run for office must submit an application. The Student Council representative serves for a period of one school year, August to May. Students must reapply to serve the following school year. A Student Council representative must maintain an overall C average and must attend all scheduled meetings unless absence is approved by the Student Council adviser. The Student Council is responsible for planning and implementing a number of activities during the school year, including Homecoming and service projects.
National Honor Society
Westminster's National Honor Society is a member of the John Knox Chapter. Membership for this organization is governed by the Society's national by-laws. Students are selected for membership during their sophomore, junior, or senior year. Selection is made in part on the basis of service, leadership, and character, in addition to the required grade point average.
The math team competes in math competitions across the state. We complete both with a written test and a ciphering portion where students work collectively on math problems. Students prepare for these competitions with their classroom teachers and in early morning meetings. This year our team competed in 5 competitions encompassing 6th grade math through Calculus. We received awards as a team as well as individual recognition for some students in several competitions. Next year we hope to expand the program and have even more opportunities for students to excel in math competitions.
The WCA Spanish Club is open to students in grades 9-12 who are currently enrolled in Spanish I, II, or III or who have previously completed at least one year of high school Spanish. The purpose of the WCA Spanish Club is to provide students who are genuinely interested in learning more about Hispanic culture with the opportunity to engage in activities outside of regular school hours that will broaden their knowledge of the Spanish language and the Spanish-speaking world.
The Green team's goal is to focus on center around recycling and sustainability projects This student led club is to create projects that promote Examples of club projects are recycling initiatives, recycling education, community garden, reduction of waste on campus, composting, and many others.
Creative Writing Club
Our Creative Writing Club is composed of Upper School students who are creative and share a love of writing. They each strive to expand their knowledge and abilities while sharing their love of Jesus Christ.