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What’s New With the Choir Program?

What’s New With the Choir Program?

Maggie Lindstrom, Co-Editor In Chief

September 20, 2019

The choir program is headed by Kathy Eichelberger and Allen Schwamb, the choir teachers at Westminster. Eichelberger explained that they have both decided that for the first semester of the 2019-2020 school year, the concert choir is going to be separated into males and females. “Boys’ and girls’...

The Westminster 100 Flipped to its Ending

Till We Have Faces by C.S. Lewis, one of the books on the old Westminster 100 list

Emma Harris, Co-Editor In Chief

September 13, 2019

As of 2019, WCA book lovers’ dreams have been whisked away, along with an opportunity for college credit: the Westminster 100, a program in which kids could pick any hundred books from the official list to read over their highschool education in exchange for college credit and a tassel, has reache...

Hungry and Thirsty? You’ll Have to Wait.

Hungry and Thirsty? You’ll Have to Wait.

Emma Harris, Co-Editor In Chief

September 9, 2019

 Students attending Westminster Christian Academy have, in the past, always been able to purchase a bottle of water or a quick snack if the urge should arise. However, as of 2019, this has changed: students are no longer able to buy any form of food or drink from the Westminster bookstore during sc...

Seniors Travel to High Hill Christian Camp for Senior Retreat

Seniors Travel to High Hill Christian Camp for Senior Retreat

Grace Skiljan, News Editor

August 27, 2019

Westminster's Seniors were bussed out to High Hill Christian Camp on Thursday, August 15th, for the annual Senior Retreat, and stayed overnight to participate in games, talks from teachers, and other activities. The majority of the grade left school at 3:30 and were followed at 6:15 by the fall sport...

Lights Out, School’s Out

The first sight that the students saw when they walked into Westminster  was the dark Grand Entry.

Isabella Francois and Ava Bidner

August 13, 2019

The first day of school this year, August 13, was only one hour long after school was canceled due to a power outage.  When Westminster students walked into the Grand Entry this morning, they were greeted by dark hallways and chaos. Students were first ushered into the Arena to wait for a verdict. They then headed to a...

Leadership Changes

STUCO looks to be a new and innovative approcah to student leadership at WCA.

Isabella Francois, Managing Editor in Chief

March 11, 2019

There are few things that high school students hate more than change. Whether it be the walls in the hallway being painted a slightly different shade of beige or even worse, classes being 51 minutes long instead of 50 minutes (and for those students who are currently freaking out a little bit after reading...

ITSOG 2018

ITSOG returns next week as the community looks to bond together to help others in need.

Rebekah Sems, Feature Editor

November 2, 2018

ITSOG is back the week of November 5 through November 9, and students are preparing for a week of giving to the community. Each day of ITSOG the Westminster community is asked to bring the items that fit the theme for that day. WCA is also collecting Operation Christmas Child boxes and athletic equipment...

Wildcats’ Running Game Shines in 57-14 Rout of Living Word Christian Wildcats’ Running Game Shines in 57-14 Rout of Living Word Christian

The Wildcats running game was dominant Friday night.

October 16, 2018

Varsity Football defeated Living Word Christian on Friday night by a score of 57-14. Neither the rain nor the cold nor the Living Word defense could slow down the Westminster offense. On just the second play from scrimmage, Atlin Hall took a snap out of the Wildcat formation 62 yards to the house....

Sophomore’s Lead Special Olympics

Sophomore's Lead Special Olympics

Ava Bidner, Content Editor in Chief

April 12, 2018

On Mar. 16 while the rest of Westminster students sit in class on a regular Friday, the sophomore class will be hosting a unique and impactful event for a group of students from several schools in the Special School District of St. Louis County. After the closing of John F. Kennedy Catholic High School, the S...

Climbing to the Top

Climbing to the Top

Sam Dare and Preston Willis, Assistant Editors-in-Chief

April 10, 2018

After one-second place finish and 3 semifinalists finished in six years, the Cyborg Cats finally won their hometown regional to earn their way to the World Championship.   It was a roller coaster ride all weekend, and they made it all the way to the top. After having a practice day Thurs...

Westminster Students Featured in Art Show

Bethany Holden presenting her art piece.

Amanda Berry, Staff Writer

April 9, 2018

Two well-deserving seniors, Bethany Holden and Mikey LeVar, have a unique opportunity to display their artwork at the St. Louis Artist’s Guild for the 2018 Young Artists Showcase where they each have a piece featured. “Mr. Sarra encourages his students to enter anything and everything, so he ...

Senior Art Board Redemption

Senior Art Board Redemption

Samantha Huber, Opinion Editor

February 6, 2018

Not satisfied with their fifth place finish last year, the 12th grade art board team was determined to finish first this year. The theme was St. Louis attractions, so the seniors decided to portray the St. Louis Zoo. “We included a little bit of the nature aspect but still incorporated the memories ...

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