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Latest News

List of 11 news stories.

  • Westminster Orchestra Director Adrian Gordon

    Westminster Orchestra Director Selected as Conference Speaker

    Westminster Orchestra Director Adrian Gordon has been invited by the American String Teachers Association (ASTA) to lead a session entitled, “Repertoire Reading Sessions: K-12 Orchestra Repertoire Under-Represented Composers Clinicians” during its annual conference in March.  Gordon is one of only two directors in the country who have been asked to speak on this subject.
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  • Vote Now for Westminster Students in Art Competition!

    Calling all Warriors! We need your help! We are excited to announce that six students have artwork in this year's Pinecrest Garden's Art Exhibition titled "Indigenous Plants & People". Due to the pandemic, the public is allowed to vote virtually for their favorite artwork! Will you take a moment to vote for our students?
     
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  • Alexa Torres '23

    Torres '23 and Valdes '23 Earn Place in Art Exhibition

    The National Art Education Association (NAEA) selected works by Alexa Torres '23 and Camila Valdes '23 for their national exhibition which features some of the most poignant student artwork from 2020.
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  • Student Club Brightens the Holidays for Senior Community

    Westminster junior Carina Swenson started the club "Song of the Warriors" focused on spreading music to the people at East Ridge Retirement Community.  Due to COVID restrictions, the club was not able to perform for the residents, so instead they delivered poinsettia flowers and handmade Christmas cards for the community's holiday dinner. 
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  • Jeb Bush Speaks to Students About Leadership

    This week, former Gov. Jeb Bush visited Westminster virtually to speak to middle school students about leadership. Student leadership members and National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) members were in attendance. Eric Eikenberg '25 kicked off the event by introducing Bush to his classmates and providing a detailed account of Bush’s political career.
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  • Re-Enrollment Is Now Open

    You are now invited to re-enroll your child for the 2021-22 school year. The process should take you less than five minutes. To secure your child’s space for the 2021-22 school year, please log in to myWCS with your PARENT CREDENTIALS and click on the yellow banner at the top of the screen which states “You have a contract.” 
     
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  • Elementary School Hosts In-house Minecraft Competition

    Westminster’s elementary school faculty hosted an in-house Minecraft competition for our Tech Time (TT) and Project Lead the Way (PLTW) students! Third, fourth and fifth graders took part in the competition. The students were asked to design an environment where humans lived without affecting different animal populations.
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  • Student Athletes Take Part in Early Signing Day

    Seven student athletes took part in an early signing day for the class of 2021. Congratulations to the following seniors:
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  • Team 6855B: Paulina Macias '29, Christine Gordon '29, Khloe Fedee '29, and Jewels Hilliard '29

    ES Robotics Teams Earn First Place and Bids to World Competition

    Congratulations to Westminster Elementary Teams 6855B and 6855C for earning first place in the VEX IQ STEM Career Readiness Online Challenge Sponsored by The REC Foundation. 
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  • Student Produces Podcast to Help Aspiring Baseball Players Reach Their Goals

    Peter Frometa was 5’5” when he started his first year of high school and weighed approximately 125 pounds. For the average person, those numbers may seem typical, but for a student who aspires to play varsity baseball, they can be discouraging.
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  • Theater Students Shine at Regional Competition

    Westminster students shine at the Regional Competition. In addition to qualifying for States in 38 events, for the first time ever, their one act play, Just Like Us, earned a superior rating and was chosen to represent the District at States. 
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