At Westminster, learning is engaging, meaningful and relevant, and we strive to graduate the servant leaders of the future. We believe that becoming educated inherently includes the demand that we learn not to see ourselves as living in a vacuum, but rather that we see ourselves as inextricably linked to one another. We believe the purpose of a Westminster education is to make the world within our reach better for our presence. This purpose includes the demand that wherever we bring our minds, we must bring our hearts as well.
The excellence of our facilities is an apt complement to the quality of our faculty and staff. Robinson Hall, with its 14 state-of-the-art laboratories, provides ample space for students to study an innovative science curriculum. Askew and Campbell Halls house the English, History, Mathematics, Modern and Classical Languages, and Bible Departments. Pressly Hall is home to the digital music lab, a computerized language lab, a video editing studio, the magnificent Carlyle Fraser Library, administrative offices, choral practice areas, McCain Chapel, and the Malone Dining Hall. Broyles Arts Center contains studios for the fine arts, music practice rooms, and Kellett Theatre. Turner Gymnasium – with the performance gym, 10-lane competition pool, fitness center, practice gym, wrestling gym, climbing wall, and squash courts – completes the Upper School portion of the campus.
The quality of relationships and learning define a great school, far more than the bricks and mortar that define its spaces. In the Upper School we believe our responsibility to our students is sacred. We are committed to them and to their growth as students and even more as human beings.