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We are so happy you are part of the Westminster family. In this section, you should be able to find all the information you need for the current school year. If there is anything you need that you cannot find here, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Vision for Parents
Westminster Academy functions under the principle of in loco parentis, under the delegated authority of the parents. We believe that the parents are the primary educator and as a school, we partner with them in training up a child in the way he should go. Therefore, we aim to cultivate in our parents a sense of responsibility for Westminster Academy; to see them well informed about the goals and methods of classical Christian education. We desire our parents to grow with the school and to be involved in and excited about the educational journey of their children. We recognize our own rightful authority in curriculum, policy, and discipline as an independent classical Christian school while also recognizing and respecting the God-given authority of parents over their children, particularly in matters of secondary doctrine and issues pertaining to Christian liberty. Therefore, in the construction of our policies, we want to take care always to acknowledge rather than undermine parental authority. We desire to partner with parents to demonstrate to all our students the body of Christ living joyfully and graciously together in Christian community, and worshiping and serving together in local churches.