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The Biblical worldview present at Westminster is the piece that holds everything together and pushes each part of the academic experience to a richer, higher and more complete level.Uploaded Oct 06, 2016
PUTTING OUR THANKFULNESS INTO WORDS AND CELEBRATIONS
Our students, faculty, and staff all have much to be thankful for!Uploaded Nov 18, 2016
Opelousas Campus elementary students enjoyed themselves as they participated in several outdoor activities such as balloon toss, sack race, big ball race, ball boxing, basketball shootout, archery and much more.Uploaded May 24, 2017. Also listed in Opelousas Campus - Elementary (1-6)
The first and second place of each activity received certificates at the end of the day. A huge THANK YOU to the handful of 6th-grade students who came back to help make this day a success. It was a beautiful windy day for Family Fun Day at WCA!
It is critical that we not only educate our students, but that we help them develop Christ-like character in order to affect culture in a meaningful way. The information and ideas students are exposed to in the classroom, through the lens of a Biblical worldview, must translate to how they interact with others. This is why the transformative opportunities at Westminster are so important.Uploaded Oct 21, 2016
FUN IN THE SUN!
"Fun in the Sun" is Opelousas Preschool's annual end of the year event. This event has been around for over 25 years. Mrs. Torge remembered Fun in the Sun as a student in Mrs. Mills class and is now enjoying Fun in the Sun with her own students as a teacher of K3. Mrs. Torge said, "It is such a privilege to 'relive' one of the best days in preschool history with my students...but from the perspective of the teacher. As a student and as a teacher, at the end of the day you are exhausted, but it's because you know it was the best day ever!" The day consisted of water games, sprinklers, fun jumps, bubbles, and homemade ice cream.Uploaded May 17, 2017. Also listed in Parents and Opelousas Campus - Preschool (K3-K)