The Student Newspaper of Westminster Christian Academy

The Wildcat Roar

The Student Newspaper of Westminster Christian Academy

The Wildcat Roar

The Student Newspaper of Westminster Christian Academy

The Wildcat Roar

College During Corona

College During Corona

Ellie Jones, Features Editor October 25, 2021

This is a particular time in high school students' lives where self-doubting becomes prevalent in everyday activities. As part of the college application process, students are forced to pick themselves...

All three students very much enjoy there time here at wca. We are also so happy to have the wonderful opportunity to get to know them.

At Home and Abroad

Elijah Schmidt, First Year Newspaper Staffer October 20, 2021

From the towering walls of China to the diverse landscapes of the Ukraine, We stmin ster’s influence reaches far and wide. One way Westminster reaches those outside of our borders is through...

Did you ask someone? or were you too scared? 
lets see by the results of our polls

Are You Taking a Date to HOCO?

Anna Grace Likes, First Year Newspaper Staffer October 8, 2021

800-News decided to take a poll on whether Westminster students are taking a date or just going with friends to homecoming this year. With around 27% of students not attending their grade level homecomings,...

Freshman and Sophomore do not deserve a dance for their immaturity.

Let Kids Be Kids

Elijah Schmidt, First Year Newspaper Staffer October 8, 2021

Every Homecoming Weekend parents put on a homecoming dance for the entire high-school. The dance is one of the biggest events of the first semester, and it is all the freshman and sophomores can talk about....

Homecoming weekend is almost here, and the luau-themed Carnival is the perfect kick-off to the festivities!

STUCO Carnival Q&A

Anna Grace Likes, First Year Newspaper Staffer October 6, 2021

Westminster’s carnival is the time of year where students from all grades get to partake in fun fall festivities. With food, games, rides, and a football game, the event lasts from Friday night until...

Elvis Presley (left), Frank Sinatra (middle), Paul Anka (right) speaking more   into the idea that the old music is better.

The Mutation of Love Music

Maddox Rosenberg, First Year Newspaper Staffer October 4, 2021

Love songs have long been a part of culture and music, and just as the great musicians, some of them have gone down in history. There are the greats, the ones who paved the way for music as a whole. Now...

Caffeine and its affects on the world. Image illustrated by Christina English

Caffeine Meets World

Christina English, First Year Newspaper Staffer September 28, 2021

Caffeine is a staple of many people’s lives, a necessity to make it through the day. It’s also a type of drug that affects your brain and central nervous system. People often consume it in coffee,...

Dr. Mosbacker poses casually on the Grand Entry staircase. He is a one of a kind leader, and we here at WCA enjoy is strong leadership.

The Leader of the Pack

Anna Grace Likes, First Year Newspaper Staffer September 27, 2021

Hidden in a corner of the business offices is a windowed office space which faces out to the Grand Entry. From it, one is able to see every student and staff member who walks in and out daily. Working...

How dare you have the idea of dancing. There is nothing worse then dancing too close to someone you are not married too.

Why HOCO is a No-No

Anna Grace Likes, First Year Newspaper Staffer September 25, 2021

Homecoming season. It’s the time of year where high school students everywhere are abuzz with the excitement of looking for dresses and dates. Once you’ve got the perfect outfit and said yes to the...

Senra Meeks, standing in her classroom getting ready to begin classes.

A Whole New World

Ellie Jones, Features Editor September 21, 2021

Born in 1965, she was the last of seven children, with three brothers and three sisters. Both of her Catholic parents were full-time, and extremely hardworking, which left an abundance of responsibility...

Mrs. Brown sits in the Hub while petting Millie. She enjoys having Millie back for the students.

Somebody to Lean On

Elijah Schmidt, First Year Newspaper Staffer September 17, 2021

“Lean on me, when you’re not strong,” said Bill Withers, American Singer-Songwriter.  We all need someone to lay our heads on, we all need to swallow our pride to show our needs and ask for help....

Social media encourages creativity and develops artistic ability, informs people, offers support, and brings different cultures together.

But Social Media Isn’t All Bad: What Social Media Could Be

Emma Harris, Content Editor September 10, 2021

A place where artists can express themselves, where people have a genuine interest in learning, different cultures come together, those with struggles find solace in having people with similar afflictions,...

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