Grade 9 – Grade 12

Shaping critical thinkers and developing god-given talents

Christ-centered curriculum

Our curriculum integrates the Bible into every subject and keeps decisions and discussions about hot-button issues in your hands.

Expansive opportunities

High school students have a wide range of opportunities to choose from in order to grow and learn, both academically and outside the classroom.

Unmatched instruction

Our teachers and staff build intentional relationships with students that allow children to be seen, known, and loved.

High School At Westminster


Westminster’s High School Program teaches students to think critically about the world around them by promoting higher order thinking skills and abstract reasoning through a Biblical worldview. Westminster offers Honors level courses in all core subject areas. AP courses and dual college credit courses are also offered for those students who wish to pursue college credit. Westminster also offers a chapter of National Honors Society to students who qualify through academic excellence.


As students continue to determine their interests and build up the talents that God has given them, we have countless electives that promote their development. Music classes include Band, Choir, Worship Team, and Music Theory, while Art classes include Ceramics, Photography, Graphic Design, and Drawing. Students can also select from Spanish, Physical Education, or Computer Science, or they can participate as a teacher’s aide.


High school isn’t high school without all the extras! Westminster provides countless extracurricular activities for students to participate in. Westminster Athletics include soccer, basketball, volleyball, and baseball. Students also have the ability to participate in club football through our partnership with FCA. Our fine arts program includes both musical theater and dramatic performances, as well as the ability to work behind the scenes on productions. High school students can also participate in clubs like Community Outreach, Gaming Club, and Scholastic Bowl, as well as Bible Studies and Student Council. Social opportunities include Homecoming, Prom, Winter “Snow”cial, movie nights, and more!



Spiritual Development


Fine Arts




High School Faculty and Staff

Each member of our staff has a unique set of God-given gifts and abilities they use to serve our student body and provide them with opportunities to know their Savior and grow in their love for Him. Our team is passionate about meeting the unique learning needs of each and every student in the classroom and helping them reach their full potential in Christ.

Kim Dunkin

High School Administrative Support

Star Dutcher

High School Computer Science & Business

Alyssa Fiebig

High School Math

Mark Funkhouser

Resource Services

Carlye Hay

Head of School

Jessica Hertz

High School Spanish

Emilee Hume

Resource Specialist

David Johnson

High School Bible

Nate McMillan

High School Science

Dan Quinn

Fine Arts Director &
Instrumental Music

Layla Schuld

High School Technology

Joanna Sire

Vocal Performance

Sue Skok

Resource Services Director

Jade Strong

High School Language Arts

Katie Swalve

High School Art

Pierre Thorsen

High School Social Sciences

Emily Zange

High School Science