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Latest News

List of 11 news stories.

  • Burke '22 Receives Award of Excellence at FAEA

    Congratulations to Rachel Burke '22 who was named an Award of Excellence high school winner at the Florida Art Education Association's (FAEA) annual 2021 K-12 Student Art Assessment and Virtual Exhibition for her photograph, "Reflecting on Reflection."  She was one of 12 in the state to earn this honor, and only one of four in Miami-Dade county.
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  • Charis Davis '22 -

    Student Artists Juried Into Surrealist Art Exhibition

    Congratulations to Charis Davis '22, Ana Vega '21, and Camila Valdes '23, whose artwork was juried into the prestigious 2021 Statewide Dali Student Surrealist Art Exhibition: "Delusions, Desires, and Delicacies."
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  • Nina Cuesta '21,

    Students Advance to the Beaux Arts Student Artist Showcase

    Four student have been selected to advance to the finals of the 20th Annual Beaux Arts Student Artist Showcase. Artwork from Nina Cuesta '21, Claire Kennedy '21, Kiki Simmons '21 and Julia Brown '22 have  been selected by jury and will be showcased on www.
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  • Blake Davidson '21

    Blake Davidson '21 Awarded the NEHS College Scholarship

    Congratulations to Blake Davidson '21 for being selected as a recipient of the 2021 National English Honor Society (NEHS) scholarship!
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  • Join Us at the Spring Association Meeting

    Parents are invited to attend the WCS Spring Association Meeting on Tuesday, April 27 at 6:30 p.m. in the Lighthouse Performing Arts Center (PAC). The WCS Board of Trustees and school administrators will be updating you on the school finances, advancement successes, campus improvements, and a proposed improvement to the bylaws. In addition, you will have the opportunity to vote for two new members of the WCS Board of Trustees.
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  • Victoria Jimenez '27 - First Place Winner

    Middle School Students Read Almost 10,000 Pages for Competition

    As a reading incentive, the library challenged middle school students to read from a list of 22 books in the Winter Reading Challenge Bookopoly Contest. Students in 6th, 7th and 8th grade participated in the contest and read a total of almost 10,000 pages!
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  • Middle School Robotics Headed to the VEX World Championship

    After competing and earning a spot in last year’s VEX Robotics World Competition, our middle school robotics team, 33157A, was given the opportunity to enter this year’s Encore Online Challenge. The challenge was intended to reward teams that made it to Worlds last year and have continued their hard work this year.
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  • Student Club Brings Easter Joy to Children at Ronald McDonald House

    Westminster’s Connect4Cancer Club brought joy to the children at the Ronald McDonald house for Easter.  Club members decorated and filled 25 bags with colorful markers, coloring books, play-doh and a fluffy Easter bunny stuffed animal. They also wrote and decorated an Easter card for each child which was included in the craft bag.
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  • Middle School Robotics Headed to State Competition

    Congratulations to our middle school Warrior Robotics teams on being selected to participate in the South Florida VEX Robotics State Competition!
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  • Model UN Students Shine at FIU Conference

    This month, 12 students participated in a virtual conference for Model UN hosted by Florida International University. The students were challenged to find solutions for climate change, bioterrorism and human rights violations.
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  • Theater Students Make History

    The Westminster high school and middle school thespians have made State history.  The high school students’ one-act play,  “Just Like Us,” was selected to represent all of the schools in Miami-Dade County and went on to be awarded the highest rating of “Superior” in the State competition!  In addition, Westminster won the most state awards ever: five Superiors and six Excellents (see the list below).

    The Middle School qualified 12 events for State competition; five received an Excellent rating and seven received a Superior rating. And, for the first time, Westminster students were awarded, not one, but two, “Best In State - Critics Choice” awards! One of these awards went to sixth graders for “Thirty Reasons Not to be in a Play!”

    Congratulations to the following students for their hard work and dedication to their craft, and to Theater Director Andre Gordon, Theater Assistant Katy Milian, and Film Adjunct Ralphie Fernandez:
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