Westminster Students Designated as National Hispanic Scholars by College Board
Westminster students Annalise Garrido ’23, Isabella Gonzalez ’23 and Frank Carlos Torres ’22 have earned recognition from the College Board as National Hispanic Scholars. Students eligible for this award have a GPA of 3.5 or higher and have excelled on the PSAT/NMSQT or PSAT 10 or earned a score of 3 or higher on two or more AP Exams.
Middle School Students Collect Thousands of Canned Goods for Haiti Earthquake Victims
Each year, Westminster's middle school student council chooses a cause and a charity to support. In light of the devastating earthquake in Haiti on August 14, which left more than 12,000 people injured and destroyed nearly 53,000 homes, students have partnered with Friends of Humanity, a nonprofit organization that was formed in response to the desperate need in the northwest region of the country.
Counselor's Corner: Dealing with Low Homework Grades
When low grades show up on homework assignments (and they do), students, parents, and teachers can become anxious about the problem and may resolve to tactics that appear to yield quick results. It may be more effective to have a discussion in which we recognize the student's own disappointment and work together to develop a plan of action for improvement.
Enzo Menditto '22 Places Top 10 in Several Sailing Competitions
Over the summer, Enzo Menditto '22 competed in several Club 420 sailing regattas that have traditionally captured the attention of college recruiters at some of the most prestigious universities in the country.
Westminster Becomes Only School in the U.S. to Earn Microsoft Showcase Title for Five Consecutive Years
Westminster has been recognized as a Microsoft Showcase School once again! There are only 38 schools in the country that share this title, and Westminster is now the only school to earn this recognition for five consecutive years.