Westminster Fine Arts

The Westminster Fine Arts program nurtures and develops creative and artistic expression that complements critical thinking and academic skills.

At Westminster, students explore the arts and develop their God-given gifts and talents through the following disciplines: band, choir, dance, orchestra, production, theatre, and visual arts. The Fine Arts curriculum is offered to students from preschool through grade 12, with focused instruction beginning in fourth grade, and has garnered a reputation of excellence and brilliance.

As part of Westminster's mission to develop young hearts with a passion for God, the Fine Arts program is dedicated to propelling students to use the arts as forms of worship, service and thanksgiving. By allowing creativity to flow from a place of deep spiritual connection with God, students are enlightened by the many ways that artistic talent can both honor God and deepen their faith.

1 Peter 4:10-11

As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God's varied grace.
    • A band students preps for an upcoming performance.


This program offers concert bands in elementary, middle and high school. Jazz band, pep band and drum line are also offered to high school students. Westminster’s middle school and high school ensembles have performed at top musical venues in New York and Hawaii, and have consistently earned high honors at competitions.

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Westminster’s choral program provides beginners to advanced singers the opportunity to learn and develop their skills as musicians. Students in preschool through third grade are exposed to musical instruction and, beginning in fourth grade, the program offers all-female choral groups and mixed ensembles.

Students have performed at venues such as Gershwin Theater and Carnegie Hall, and have repeatedly received superior ratings at competitions.
    • Choir students during a performance in the Lighthouse Performing Arts Center.


Westminster's dance team trains in both classical and commercial styles. The team performs in chapels and public venues, and compete annually in the Regional High School Dance Festival. Students also train with recruiters and other high school dancers from around the country.  


The orchestra program offers six orchestras divided by grade level and skill. This rigorous program develops students’ talents, while providing opportunities for community performances.

The middle and high school orchestra travel annually for state competitions, have performed at a variety of venues such as Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in NYC, and have been recognized countless times at the district, state, and national level.
    • Production students assist with the sound system during a performance.


Students in the production program provide excellent communication support at chapels, assemblies, and performances. Students receive training and experience in audio engineering, lighting design, digital media creation, camera operating and video directing. 


This program allows middle and high school students to explore the various facets of theatre. Through the International Thespian Troupe, they participate in district and state competitions, consistently receiving superior ratings. Students are also able to explore the backstage world of theatre through the introduction of set construction, various design skills, stage management, sound, and lighting.
    • A student practices sculpting.

Visual Arts

Students in kindergarten through fifth grade receive weekly visual arts instruction. Middle and high school students can choose from a wide range of daily electives, including drawing and painting, photography, architectural design and drawing, and sculpture. They also travel locally and abroad to enhance their art education.   
Westminster Christian School, located in Palmetto Bay, Florida, is a private, college-preparatory school for children from preschool through twelfth grade.