Meet Our Parents, Students, and Alumni!
Meet Our Parents
Meet the Westminster Parent Ambassadors. Ambassadors help welcome new families to the Westminster community and provide support to both new and current families. Contact them today to get connected!
Lindsay Bui | North Augusta, GA
"Having attended Westminster from PK4 to grade 12 I knew firsthand the value of the rigorous curriculum and Christian worldview taught in and out of the classrooms at Westminster. There was no question of where I wanted my children to attend school when they reached Kindergarten. My boys have thrived in the small class sizes and have benefited significantly from the individual attention given to them by their teachers. Our family also enjoys the community we share in with the other parents here. School events and functions allow us to get to know parents of children older and younger than ours which helps us prepare for parenting our children through future stages of life and also enables us to help those parents coming after us. "
Toni Seals-Johnson | Augusta, GA
"I have been a part of the Westminster family for 15 years with two daughters. Both of them started here in PK4, with one already in her Sophomore year at Spellmen College and one working towards gradutation in three years. I have served on the board of trustees for 6 years now. I wanted to be involved with their education and help create new opportunities. I also enjoy volunteering, mentoring youth and contributing to other organizations in the community."
Shannon Janovic | Fort Gordon, GA
"My husband and I chose Westminster because of its reputation for caring and invested educators. Relocating to the area we relied upon word-of-mouth recommendations and each one further cemented that our son (entering grade 6 at the time) would be challenged in the classroom, welcomed and supported by the entire faculty, and given the opportunity to find meaning outside the classroom in sports and extracurricular events. Westminster feels like a family and we have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know other Westminster parents over the past two years. Each morning I drive through the gates and I am reaffirmed in our decision - this small piece of land is a special place where our kids are growing and learning in Christ."
Meet Our Students
There's no typical day at Westminster Schools of Augusta, but one thing is for sure: our ambitious and proactive students maximize every opportunity they have! Follow three Westminster students to see firsthand what their "A Day In The Life," encompasses!
Benjamin Bayliss '21
Attending Morehouse College
Benjamin played on the varsity baseball and football team for four years. He was also a member of the cross country and swim teams where he earned coach’s awards as well as the football team where he earned All-Region honors. | Learn more
Mary Rushton Massey '21
Attending the University of Georgia
Mary Rushton was involved with the Westminster theatre and participated in the spring musicals and fall plays. She served as the service chair and student life chair on the student leadership team. She was a member of the Beta Club, National Honors Society, and International Thespian Society, and she served as Vice President of the Honor Council. | Learn more
Christopher Hernandez '23
Christopher Hernandez is involved with the Westminster theatre and participates in the spring musicals and fall plays. | Learn more
Meet Our Alumni
Meet the Westminster alumni who are making an impact as leaders in the workforce.
Lauren Spencer '18
Junior Nursing Student at Samford University
“I tell a lot of my friends who attend Westminster now, ‘I know it is hard, but it is worth it,’” said Spencer, a graduate of the Class of 2018. ” | Read more
Jared Williams '06
District Attorney for the Augusta Judicial Circuit
“I think having that baseline understanding of your faith and personal relationship with Christ propels you so much further.” | Read more
Ivan Stojanov ‘05
Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology at Case Western Reserve University‘s School of Dental Medicine and School of Medicine in Cleveland
"At Westminster, for the faculty, teaching is not simply a profession or a job, it is a commitment to the success, education and character formation of the students at the school. I am very grateful for their involvement in my life and all the students’ lives.” | Read more