The Wildcat Roar

We’ve Had It!

Sam Page began to put st. louis county back into lockdown.
Shortly after St. Louis County executive Sam Page comes out with month-long restrictions, some restaurants have had enough and are beginning to protest while staying open.
November 20, 2020

Friday, November 13th, Sam Page made a public announcement stating that all St. Louis County restaurants are being mandated to close their dining rooms for the next 4 weeks. He did not even say that the...

ITSOG 2020 WeekRecap

The sophomore table on the last day of ITSOG, packed with school supplies and volunteers.
The sophomore class won almost every day by a landslide.
November 15, 2020
The sophomore class, however, has been the most engaged class bringing in the most items every day this week.

The First three days of ITSOG

ITSOG, the middle school in action.
a recap pf the first three days of ITSOG
November 12, 2020

ITSOG stands for In The Spirit Of Giving. It is a week in November when students will bring in items that will be donated to different charities. November 9th’s ITSOG was food. Students were asked to...

Airbus vs. Boeing vs. … Tupolev?

airplane out of order.
What is this mysterious aircraft company?
November 9, 2020

Airbus is the biggest aircraft manufacturer in the world. They are known for building some of the most technologically advanced aircraft ever built. But, Airbus was not always known for this. Airbus was...

Showtime at the academy

The grand prize winners Joseph white and Isaiah thomspon
Westminster was able to hold their annual talent show this year with some changes and improvements.
November 7, 2020
We would not have had this opportunity to enjoy each other's talents without them so thank you to all who helped put the showtime at the academy together.

A Proper Debate or a Mistake?

the debate at the beginning of ctober recap.
this election's presidential debate shook the foundation of America.
November 3, 2020

The presidential debate was an embarrassment to America. Republicans were so ashamed at Trump's actions that they went so far as to say Biden won. Some pointed out that Biden couldn’t defend himself...

The New Motorcycle Driving Teacher at Westminster

Mr. Wolfe enjoys riding his motorcycle to school on sunny days.
Q & A With One of This Year’s First-time Faculty, Mr. Wolfe.
October 14, 2020

This year Ken Wolfe is teaching 10th grade Biblical Ethics at Westminster. In the past he has taught storytelling classes at UMSL as well as various grammar classes in a score of public school districts. Q:...

The Show Must Go On

What theater will look like this year
October 9, 2020

With schools around the world creating plans to combat the novel coronavirus, extracurricular activities, especially theater, have had to make decisions on how to handle it. As of now, the shows will...

Westminster’s COVID Response

What WCA is doing if you get covid.
September 29, 2020

Westminster as a school has a responsibility to the St. Louis community and all of its students to keep us safe. So when it comes to Covid-19, the rules change, and they change fast. Sometimes it is very...

Battle of the Apps

Battle of the Apps
Contrasting opinions after contrasting opinions are shared after asking many teachers and students what their honest thoughts are about switching from Google Classroom to Canvas.
September 28, 2020

As we all know, Google Classroom has been tossed to the side by a new app called Canvas.  The reigning question is, does anyone actually like it? Or would some rather turn back time to the days where...

The Unique Ways Of WCA: The Battle Against COVID-19

The Unique Ways Of WCA: The Battle Against COVID-19
How Westminster Christian Academy has been dealing with COVID-19.
September 28, 2020

Many schools have tried to come up with a good way to deal with school while trying to keep their students and faculty safe and healthy. Westminster Christian Academy has come up with their own unique...

COVID-19 Chronicles: Lea

A contaminated city
At What Cost
April 27, 2020

January 21, 2020, in retrospect, appears a rather insignificant day in the grand scheme of our nation’s storied history. Lives remained virtually untouched, poised with the ordinary cadence of vibrant...

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