News and Announcements

Questions to Ask on a Private School Tour

If you’re looking for a new school for your child to attend this fall, you probably have a lot of questions. The list goes beyond lunch options, athletics and course curriculum: you’ll want to know about accreditation, discipline and transparency, as well as core values and beliefs—especially if you’re looking for a faith-based education for your student.

Anne Silburn Named Upper School Principal

Westminster Christian Academy is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Anne Silburn as the school’s new Upper School Principal. Ms. Silburn will begin her term July 1, 2018 and is excited to bring her years of experience in teaching and administration to the halls of WCA.

Clarkston Named Head Football Coach

Westminster Christian Academy Athletic Director Buddy Turnage announced today the appointment of Patrick Clarkston as the Head Football Coach for the Westminster Crusaders.

Turnage Named New Athletic Director

Westminster Christian Academy’s Head of School Mr. Scott Davis is pleased to announce the appointment of Coach Robert "Buddy" Turnage as the school’s new Athletic Director.

TECHNOLOGY AS A TOOL

On our Opelousas campus Mrs. Fontenot’s third graders are learning and having fun as they play Spelling City on their iPads.

New Coffee Chat Audio Posted!

Each week Mr. Davis presents a Coffee Chat at one of our two campuses. If you are unable to make the live chat, we are now archiving the audio presentations. Enjoy this latest chat on Viewing October 31st in a New Way.

WCA, OC shine in Kiwanis jamboree

WESTMINSTER 13, UNIVERSITY ACADEMY 0

In the second game of the John Bradley Memorial-Kiwanis Club Jamboree played Friday night at Westminster Academy Crusaders’ Stadium, the WCA Crusaders shined bright on the field. The Crusaders’ rushing game produced 137 of the team’s 148 total offensive yards. Fournet gained a team-leading 51 on 11 carries. Mark Thomas gained another 43. Thomas also had four solo tackles behind team leader Brock Bullara, with eight. Myles Dixon tackled five ball carriers.

Crusader volleyball team ‘stronger, faster’ this year

“We have a very smart team, a very aggressive team. Overall we will be moving better, and this team is learning to trust one another. Potentially we can be better than last year, and there’s a good opportunity to have a winning season. This team is going to be stronger and faster than the teams we had in the past. I am excited about our potential.”

Both Campuses Closed Wednesday, August 30th

Following the precautions of both St. Landry and Lafayette Parish school systems, both Westminster Christian Academy campuses will be closed Wednesday, August 30, 2017. We are continuing to pray for the safety and protection of all of our families. Please check your email daily as we will continue to monitor this weather situation throughout the week.
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