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Latest News

List of 8 news stories.

  • About Face

    by John Bishop, Director of Spiritual of Formation

    A paradox emerges when those who have placed their faith in Jesus, consider how sin effects their relationship with God. Here’s one way we might put it: We do not possess the ability to not sin, AND in Christ we are made new and clean.  

    Our inability to become sinless is seen in verses like “…There is no one who does good,” (Psalm 14:1); “All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God,” (Romans 3:23); and, “If we say we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us...” (1 John 1:8). In Romans 7:15-20, Paul describes our situation in personal terms we can all relate to, “I do not understand what I do. For what I want to do I do not do, but what I hate I do…” 

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  • Juniors and Seniors Attend Lecture on Networking and LinkedIn

    This week, juniors and seniors attended a presentation on the importance of networking that included a step-by-step guide on how to create a LinkedIn account. If you missed the lecture or would like to review, click here to watch.
  • HOSA Hosts Blood Drive On Campus: Feb. 8

    The Future Health Professionals (HOSA) high school club has partnered with OneBlood to host a blood drive on Wednesday, Feb. 8, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. All eligible students and parents are encouraged to donate. There will be two Big Red Buses in the high school circle collecting whole blood and platelet donations.
    Students can sign-up on Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 30-31, during their social studies class. Students will receive a parent consent form when they register. Additional consent forms are available HERE. Students must be at least 16 to participate. Additionally:
    • Students who are 16 need a signed parent consent form at every donation, even if they’ve donated before.
    • Students who are 17 need an ID and a signed parent consent form. This form will be valid for all remaining drives during this school year.
    • Students who are 18 need an ID, but are not required to submit a parent consent form.
    Parent consent forms must be returned to the high school office no later than Feb. 6 in order to donate. 
    While Westminster will remain a closed campus during the blood drive, parents are encouraged to participate. 
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  • Who's in the Lead in Support of KIX Haiti?

    Our third quarter noisy offering supports KIX Haiti and allows children to experience summer camp fun while learning about the love of Christ. A donation of $25 sends one child to camp for the week. As of this week, Westminster is sending 166 children to camp! Here is the breakdown by homeroom:


    How many will children can our Warriors send to camp? Join us!

    Learn more about Haiti Hope Alliance and how your donation will be used HERE from Godwin Altidor, Coordinator of KIX Haiti.
  • Mark Your Calendar to Register for the ES Sports Program

    Registration for the spring season of the after-school elementary sports program runs from Wednesday, Jan. 25 at 5:30 p.m. until Thursday, Jan. 26, at 10 p.m.  Mark your calendar to secure your child's spot. Space is limited. 

    To learn about the sports available, register and pay, visit After School Programs under the Resources tab in myWCS. 

    If you have any questions, please contact Coach Gonzalez at 305-889-7941, ext. 1277, or email
  • Give the Word

    By Angela Castano, Director of Admission 

    Why is it that we prefer to celebrate with a community of family and friends as opposed to celebrating by ourselves? As I am writing this article, the high school students and faculty are wrapping up Homecoming Week. In the midst of the hall decorating, team competitions, W-hunting and triplets wearing Ghostbusters costumes, I have not once heard someone say, “I really wish I could just be the only one decorating my hall.” In fact, in my eleven years of working at Westminster, I have never heard a student say during HOCO, “I wish I could hunt the ‘W’ by myself” or ask, “Why can’t I be the only person dressing up today?” Why is that? Because God has created in us a desire to celebrate together. In the same way, God has decided that we are to invite others to share in the joy of knowing Jesus personally as our Savior.
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  • He Has a Way with Words

    by Alex Gonzalez, High School Principal
    As educators, we often feel we need to know the “right” answer to every question a student asks. Otherwise, we can be seen as incompetent. However, there is wisdom in being self-aware that not all answers have to come from our own knowledge and abilities.    
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  • Parent Partners Invites Author to Discuss Raising Emotionally Resilient Children

    Join Westminster parents at the Parent Partners meeting on Fri., Jan. 13, at 8 a.m. in the Lighthouse.
    Co-author of "Emotionally Resilient Tweens and Teens" Luis Fernando Llosa will speak on the very important topic of how to support your children when they experience bullying, teasing and social exclusion. Llosa is an award-winning sports writer, editor, speaker, investigative reporter and youth sports consultant who has worked with kids and teens for 25 years. 
    Parents also have the opportunity to fellowship and enjoy a hot breakfast.

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