Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow
In Westminster's Upper School, experiential learning and leadership opportunities, as well as a multitude of extracurricular offerings, allow students to grow into well-rounded, independent thinkers, ready for life in college and in their chosen careers. Inspiring teachers motivate students to challenge ideas and take thoughtful risks. Active college counseling helps each student to identify the college best-suited for them. We approach everything we do in the Upper School with the end in mind. Our "Portrait of a Graduate" goals paint a clear picture of where we are leading our students: Cindy Bramhall
Upper School Principal
We approach everything we do in the Upper School with the end in mind. Our "Portrait of a Graduate" goals paint a clear picture of where we are leading our students:
"I have loved growing up at Westminster. The supportive environment has helped me thrive both academically and spiritually. Westminster is a family where students are encouraged to be involved in many different activities and are led by Christian role models. Westminster will always have a special place in my heart."
Christina Brown, '20
Delivering personalized instruction and a proven curriculum
Students should find their coursework at Westminster both challenging and engaging. Goals of our academic program include:
- fostering a Christian worldview through the integration of faith and learning
- challenging students to think critically and clearly
- developing a disciplined approach to studying
- cultivating a desire for continuous improvement and learning to train students to be discerning in decision-making
Going Above and Beyond
Finish College Early with Dual Enrollment
The Westminster Schools of Augusta Dual Enrollment program with Brewton-Parker College allows motivated high school students the opportunity to earn college credits on our campus, while attending upper school at Westminster. The credits students earn are transferable to many four-year colleges and universities.
Developing Servant Hearts
Serving God by Serving Others
One of the hallmarks of Westminster's service-learning program occurs each January when the Upper School participates in Winterim. This program intentionally provides two full days of service for our students to invest selflessly in the community, as they are paired with a local non-profit or charity in order to serve them. It is a great time of immersion into the world of service; these practical experiences give every student the opportunity to provide for the least of these, as instructed in Matthew 25.
Westminster's service organizations include both the National Beta Club and the National Honor Society (NHS). Students must meet specific academic criteria and make contributions to recognized community service organizations. This individual commitment by each student goes beyond the school-sponsored community events at Westminster.time you checkout to contribute to our school.
Innovative Teaching and Learning
Engaging Our Students in Learning for the 21st Century
Technology is simply the tool we use to break down the walls of our classrooms so that our learning experiences reach past the confines of our school. Westminster trains students to become leaders in the use of technology with excellence and discernment as a means to collaborate meaningfully, communicate effectively, engage civically, and problem-solve creatively in order to benefit their local and global communities for the sake of Christ.
Preparing Students For College and Beyond
At Westminster, students are able to be in an environment where Christian thought, faith and practice are integrated into every experience, and they are given the opportunity to learn who they are, what they love, and ultimately how to make thoughtful and appropriate choices about their futures. Furthermore, because Westminster is a college preparatory school, the curriculum has been designed in its scope and depth to prepare students to enter their college coursework. Our graduates are future-ready and go on to attend highly ranked universities and have successful careers. Click here to learn more about our college counseling program.
|Grade 9||Grade 10||Grade 11||Grade 12|
|Biblical Studies||Christian Foundations||New Testament Studies||Apologetics; Christian Leadership; Ethics & Issues; Family Studies; Applied Christianity||Life Calling; Christian Leadership; Ethics & Issues; Family Studies; Applied Christianity|
|English||English 9; Honors English 9||World Literature; Honors World Literature||American Literature; AP English Language & Composition; Dual Enrollment English 101/102||British Literature; AP English Literature & Composition; Dual Enrollment English 203/204|
|Foreign Language||French 1 & 2; Spanish 1 & 2; Latin 1 & 2||
French 2 & 3; Honors French 3;
|Honors French 3; Spanish 3; Honors Spanish 3; Honors Spanish 4; Honors Latin 3; Honors Latin 4||Honors French 4/5; AP French; Honors Spanish 4; AP Spanish; Honors Latin 5|
|Math||Algebra 1; Geometry; Honors Geometry||Geometry; Algebra 2; Honors Algebra 2/Trigonometry||Algebra 2; Precalculus; Honors Precalculus; College Readiness Mathematics||Precalculus; Honors Precalculus; AP Statistics; AP Calculus BC; College Readiness Mathematics; Statistical Reasoning|
|History||Human Geography; AP Human Geography||Modern World History; Honors Modern World History; AP European History||U.S. History; AP U.S. History; Dual Enrollment U.S. History 202/203||U.S. Government & Politics; Dual Enrollment U.S. Government & Politics; AP U.S. Government & Politics; Economics|
|Science||Biology; Honors Biology||Chemistry; Honors Chemistry||Physics; Honors Physics; AP Physics; AP Biology||AP Biology; Physics; Honors Physics; AP Physics; AP Chemistry|
|Yearbook Editor||AP Studio Art; Yearbook Editor|
|Fine Arts Electives||The following electives are available for grades 9-12; Drawing and Painting; Sculpture; Public Speaking; Literary Journal; Film Studies; Theatre Production; Debate; Creative Writing; Robotics; Yearbook Staffok|
|Physical Education||Strength & Fitness or Two Varsity Sport Seasons||Strength & Fitness or Two Varsity Sport Seasons||Weight Training (elective)||Weight Training (elective )|
|Computer Science||Introduction to Python (9-12); Java Programming (10-12)
AP Computer Science A (11-12); and AP Computer Science Principles (11-12)