So Much To Do!

With over 30 student organizations, our students enjoy outstanding opportunities to pursue special interests, try new things, make friends, show school spirit, and realize their potential as leaders. For example, the John Hay Society organizes and runs our Chapel program and community service events. Members of Black & Gold give campus tours. The Student Council monitors school policies, conducts fundraisers and plays a leading role in setting the right tone on campus. Every student’s involvement as a leader, organizer and participant is welcomed and encouraged.

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  • Student Organizations

    Below are our core student organizations, though additional clubs are added from year-to-year depending upon student interest.

    Black & Gold (tour guides)
    Eco Team
    Gender and Sexuality Alliance (G.S.A.)
    Girls of Today, Women of Tomorrow (G.O.T.W.O.T.)
    Global Forum (current affairs)
    Humans of Westminster
    The John Hay Society
    The Martlet (art and literary magazine)
    Math Club
    Model United Nations
    Multicultural Student Union (M.S.U.)
    Rising Sons (male a cappella group)
    Seniors As Sisters
    Serving Our Neighbors (S.O.N.)
    Spectator (yearbook)
    Student Activities Committee (S.A.C.)
    Student Tutor Program
    Westminster Belles (female a cappella group)
    Westminster News (student newspaper)

Westminster School

995 Hopmeadow Street, Simsbury, CT 06070
(860) 408-3000
Westminster School is a private, coeducational boarding and day school for students in grades 9-12 and Postgraduate, located in Simsbury, Connecticut. The suburban New England campus is midway between New York City and Boston. In keeping with our support for a diverse community, Westminster abides by all applicable federal and state laws and does not discriminate on the basis of any protected characteristic, including race, color, religious creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, ancestry and/or disability.

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