1 Peter 2:17
High School Students Release 2022 Literary Magazine, "Ignite the Flame"
Westminster's literary magazine staff has released the school's 2022 issue. This year's theme, "Ignite the Flame," was inspired by 1 Peter 1:7 which says, "These trials will show that your faith is genuine. It is being tested as fire tests and purifies gold; though your faith is far more precious than mere gold."
Elementary Students Bring to Life the Temple Curtain Tearing in Two
During the elementary school's Easter celebration, Anne Heetderks, Westminster's elementary school art teacher, helped bring to life the story and meaning of Jesus' sacrifice on the cross to our young Warriors.
Madison Hendrikse Named a Positive Person in Pinecrest
Congratulations to Madison Hendrikse for being featured as a positive person in Pinecrest! Hendrikse started her own business called Ties of Faith which sells handmade jewelry. Over the years, she’s donated a percentage of the profits to Samaritan’s Purse and Camillus House.
Westminster Student Artwork on Display at Nicklaus Children's Hospital
Nicklaus Children's Hospital is currently displaying several pieces of art from Westminster students. One of the displays includes a large set of wings made up of paper feathers which our Warriors inscribed with "worry words."
Westminster's elementary school students collected toys during the 2021 Christmas season and delivered them to KIX Haiti. Recently, a non-profit organization called Youth for Christ Haiti shared photos of the toys, donated by Westminster families, being used by children in Haiti.
Warrior dads danced the night away with their daughters at Westminster's annual father and daughter dance. The event included food from Sergio's Restaurant, music by DJ Funky Therapy and decorations by Fiestas Depot.
Juniors Engage in Educational Community Service Events
The class of 2023 engaged in a series of community service events across South Florida that also educated students on the impact of plastic pollution, the importance of native plants in Florida, the role of mangroves in Florida's ecosystem and current resources used to empower the homeless.
Eggs on Easter?!? You may think, “That doesn’t make sense.” Jesus spent 33 years on earth, up-ending everything, and defeated death itself before returning to the Father to reign in glory for all eternity. Of course, we’re going to celebrate His victory in some significant way. So, medieval Christian leaders sat down and said, “How ‘bout eggs?”
Carina Swenson '22 Named a Positive Person in Pinecrest
Congratulations to Carina Swenson '22 for being named a positive person in Pinecrest by Miami's Community Newspapers! Swenson founded Song of the Warriors, a club that focuses on using music to bring joy to the elderly community.
James Lee '22 Named a Positive Person in Pinecrest
Congratulations to James Lee '22 for being named a positive person in Pinecrest by Miami's Community Newspapers! Lee is founder and president of Westminster Vision, a non-profit organization that collects new and gently used eyeglasses, and donates them to those in need.
Emerald Scholars Attend Business Etiquette Program with The Polite Company
This year, Westminster’s Emerald Scholars attended a business etiquette training hosted by The Polite Company at the Biltmore Hotel. The purpose was to provide experiential learning opportunities for students and ensure that students are prepared for their internships this summer.
Juan Rondeau ’27 Headed to Scripps National Spelling Bee for Second Consecutive Year
Juan Rondeau ’27, who competed against 23 other students from Miami-Dade and Monroe elementary and middle schools, won the Miami Herald Spelling Bee for the second consecutive year. This year’s competition included students from public schools, charter schools, private schools and students who are home schooled.