In a recent letter, I pledged that Westminster would continue—and build upon—our efforts to face honestly the realities of racial injustice toward Black Americans and to grow into a more inclusive community for all. Our pledge calls us to resist passivity and take action in the face of complex and systemic issues of racism whether in our nation or on our campus.
We see your pain and stand in solidarity with you. It is in this spirit that I extend Westminster's pledge that we will move forward together.
For the second consecutive year, Ridings Bald '20 will vie for a spot on the U.S. team at the International Chemistry Olympiad.
Julie Rhee '21 and Sarah Street '21 were recognized for “bringing under-recognized perspectives to the public sphere, thinking deeply about collective futures, exemplifying intelligence and courage in work on behalf of others."
Rankin Woley '16 has been named the Southeastern Conference Baseball Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
Twenty-four student-athletes announced their commitments to continue their academics and athletics in college.
The Upper School math team won Math Madness, an online math tournament where high school math teams from across the world compete against each other.
Grace Hardymon '21, Katie Kronauge '21, and Rachel Liu '21 were invited to attend the 2020 Governor's Honors Program.
Sarah Lao '21 is the recipient of the 2020 Georgia Poet Laureate's Prize.