|Athletics are an integral part of Westminster’s educational program, designed to develop the whole person – mind, body, and spirit. Our program helps students develop healthy habits and recreational skills as it teaches commitment, self-discipline, self-sacrifice, sportsmanship, cooperation, loyalty, and pride in one's self and school community. For 15 out of the 16 years it has been given, Westminster has been awarded the Georgia Athletic Director’s Association’s Directors Cup - an honor given to the best athletic program in the state. Westminster is proud to have earned more state titles than any other high school in the state. In 2013, Westminster was named the winner of the MaxPreps Cup, given annually to the best high school athletic program in the nation. Westminster was selected after its most recent school year in which the Wildcats won 11 GHSA State Championships.|
The athletic program offers interscholastic competition for students in grades seven through 12. The level of participation is appropriate to the students' age, development, ability, and interest. While varsity competition places a greater emphasis on winning, it is not the primary goal of sub-varsity teams. The sub-varsity programs put a great emphasis on participation and skill development.
At Westminster, we believe young people who experience the meaning of sportsmanship while caught in the grips of athletic competition receive an understanding of life that will help shape their own personal philosophies and enhance their lives in the future.