College Advising

As a college prep school, we are confident that our students leave Wesleyan prepared for college. In turn, we want to help students find a college where they will leave prepared for the real-world.
The excitement we feel over a child choosing Samford University is no different than the excitement we have over one that chooses University of Georgia, Yale, Davidson College, Georgia College, or University of Virginia.
Our end goal is not a certain number of “highly ranked” schools or a certain number of UGA acceptances, but rather hundreds of unique students continuing on the path God has marked for them.

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  • February 6, 2017

    Top Scholarship Finalists

    The College Advising Office congratulates Will Tanner for being named a finalist for the Johnson Scholarship at Washington and Lee. This scholarship is full tuition, room, board, and book allowance for four years valued at $65,000 per year. Wesleyan currently has one Johnson Scholar in Cody Solomon (’13). Kelsey Strott, Lauren Alexander, Bill Doran and Patrick Ramsey have been nominated for the Dean’s Scholarship at Georgia Tech. This scholarship provides $7,500 in addition to the Hope and Zell Miller grants and essentially covers all but $5,000 of each year’s costs. We currently have five Dean’s Scholars at Georgia Tech — Brandt O’Kelley (’14), Caroline Cusick (’15), Madeline Frye (’15), Maddie Jones (’16) and Tyler Harper (’16). Chapman Pendery and Eric Panther have been nominated as finalists for the Davenport Scholarship at Virginia Tech, which is a $7,000 renewable grant to the engineering school. They are our first nominees for the Davenport. Congratulations to all; we wish you well through the process.

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  • January 23, 2017

    Alum Helps Produce Grateful Dead Documentary

    Class of 2011 alumnus, Austin Short, is listed as an Associate Producer on the Martin Scorsese documentary, Long Strange Trip, about The Grateful Dead. The documentary movie was picked up by Amazon ahead of its premier at this year's Sundance Film Festival. Austin has been working on this project since he graduated from NYU in May of 2015. To read more about the documentary, click here.

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