StudioW and WCAT won seven awards from the National Academy of Television Arts and Science’s Southeast Chapter.
StudioW—Westminster's student-run film production studio—received six Student Production Awards:
- Samantha Cohn '21 and Jonas Du '21 won the Non-Fiction—Long Form award for A Divided City — Documentary
- Andrew Stevens '20, Jonas Du '21, and Patrick Nagy '22 won the Fiction—Long Form for Disowned
- Jonas Du '21 won the award for Commercial for Innovation at Westminster
- Patrick Nagy '22 won the Audio/Sound award for Marked
- Samantha Cohn '21 won the Director award for Marked
- Jonas Du '21 won the Editor award for Marked
StudioW students also received two nominations: Will Batelaan '21 was nominated for Talent Performer for Marked and Madeline Simpson '21 was nominated as a writer for Marked.
WCAT—the School's student-run broadcast program—won the award for Live Sports Event and Sports Program. James Solomon '22, Turner Cravens '20, David Goetze '20, and the WCAT crew were recognized for their coverage of the football team's Battle of Buckhead game against Lovett.
Since 2014, WCAT has won two national and 11 regional Student Production Awards from NATAS.