Fine Arts Facilities
Westminster fine arts students and faculty have access to the finest facilities and technology to develop their gifts and bring glory to God through the arts.
The Lighthouse Performing Arts Center (PAC) was unveiled during the 2020-21 school year thanks to the generous support of school families, friends and donors. The PAC features a state-of-the-art auditorium with seating for more than 600 that provides a top-notch performance environment for Westminster's highly-esteemed, award-winning Fine Arts programs. The Lighthouse also offers classroom space, a two-story Fine Arts Lobby to display student artwork, as well as practice and performance space for orchestra, band, choir, theater and more. The broadcast studio for Christian radio station Call FM 91.1 also calls the Lighthouse home.
In addition to The Lighthouse PAC, the Westminster Fine Arts program also has access to the the nearly 400-seat Guarch Family Auditorium. This space comes equipped with dressing rooms and backstage amenities for those performing.
The Lewis Fraser Art Building provides spacious state-of-the-art studios where the high school and middle school have all of the tools necessary to hone their craft.
Fine Arts Association Missions Scholarship
The FAA Missions Scholarship Fund was established in memory of Annabelle Interian, a dedicated Westminster Christian School parent who sadly lost her life in a cycling accident in 2016. She was an amazing fine arts volunteer, but her real passion was to serve others through prayer, Bible studies and local and international missions. The WCS Fine Arts Association Missions Scholarship honors her passion by offering two high school fine arts students the opportunity to go on a mission trip or work on a mission project funded at up to $500 each.