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How Westminster Students Use Technology

Technology is an ever-growing part of the world we live in and, as such, it’s an important part of the education process. At Westminster, we integrate technology with education by providing a traditional faith-based curriculum with a modern delivery.
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Tips For Getting Your Child Organized

For educators, driving student success is a top priority; we don’t succeed until our students succeed. Because of that, we are constantly looking for ways to promote healthy habits for students that set them up for success—not just in school, but for life.
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5 Ways Westminster Students Strengthen Their Faith

As a parent, you want to give your child everything they need to thrive, including a healthy school environment where they can grow, learn, and develop. At Westminster, we work to create an environment that encourages your children to be rooted in the truth of God’s Word and His purposes for them.
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Our Picks for Summer Reading

We believe that reading is an important part of each student’s development, and that books are incredible tools for introducing them to outside opinions, imaginative dreams, radical ideas, and complex issues.
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New Varsity Volleyball Coach Named

Westminster Christian Academy’s Athletic Director, Coach Buddy Turnage is pleased to announce the appointment of Coach Keith Leon as the new head volleyball coach for Westminster Christian Academy Opelousas.
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New Opelousas Elementary Principal Named

Westminster Christian Academy Opelousas is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Sarah Mielke as the school’s new Elementary School Principal. Dr. Mielke will begin her term May 30, 2019 and is excited to bring her extensive experience in administration and passion for Christian education to the halls of WCA.
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Curriculum Changes for 2019-2020

Westminster annually evaluates curriculum in light of a variety of factors. Those factors may include standardized test results, age of current curriculum or text books, subscription expirations, and more. In the coming year, we will make a few changes at certain grade levels with an eye toward continuous improvement.
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