Due to the current situation with COVID-19, both Westminster Christian Academy campuses are closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. However, the learning continues for each one of our students. Read Full Story to explore our Remote Learning Plan and see it in action!
News and Announcements
Gov. John Bel Edwards announced school closures state wide.
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To wrap up this month’s topic on the importance of a Christian education, Head of School, Mr. Scott Davis, shares a couple of reasons why a Christian education is so important that we sacrifice our time, effort, and resources to make it possible for our kids, AND to benefit the world around us.
Parents often wonder when to start preschool for their kids. While there is no magical preschool age, many preschool programs begin taking children at age three, and the typical preschool age range is three to four years old. Of course, preschool is not required and many parents wonder if they should enroll their child in pre-K classes or wait until kindergarten.
Choosing a school for your child is one of the most important decisions any parent can make. Understandably, many parents struggle to decide between enrolling their children in public school vs. private school. While public schools can be a great option for students, there are many reasons why choosing a private school is often a better choice.
It’s never too early to start thinking about college. Planning ahead increases the chances of getting into the right school, gives you more options, and helps reduce the stress of planning for and applying to universities. At Westminster, we urge parents and students to start preparing for college as early as possible.
When parents visit a Westminster classroom, they are often pleasantly surprised by how well behaved our students are. On tours, visitors frequently comment on how Westminster students treat one another with compassion, wait to be called on with patience, and respond politely to teachers.
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.
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.