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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  • March 27, 2017

    Computer-Based Honors Program - Sara Carmichael

    The College Advising Office is proud to announce that Sara Carmichael is one of only 40 students nation-wide to be accepted into the University of Alabama’s Computer-Based Honors Program (CBHP). The CBHP gives outstanding students the opportunity to work one-on-one with professors while applying computing technology to a research project in their major field of study and was named one of the nation’s six most intriguing honors programs in the United States by the National Institute of Education. In order to be accepted into the prestigious program, Sara first applied to the University of Alabama’s Honors program and then completed an additional application and interview for the CBHP. Along with her acceptance into the program, Sara received significant scholarship money that will cover 75% of her college education over the next four years. Sara plans to major in computer science on a pre-med track. Congratulations to Sara and the entire Carmichael family!

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  • March 6, 2017

    2017 STAR Student and Teacher

    It is its 59th year, the STAR program is sponsored by the Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE) Foundation, the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, and the Georgia Department of Education. Since its inception, the STAR program has honored more than 25,000 exemplary students, as well as the teachers they have selected. To obtain the STAR nomination, high school seniors must have the highest score in a single sitting on the three-part SAT, taken through the November test date of their senior year and be in the top 10% or among the top 10 students in their class based on grade point average. Students and their teachers are honored by receiving special recognition in their communities from more than 165 statewide civic organizations and businesses. The Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce has honored Angela Yang as Wesleyan School’s 2017 STAR student. Angela has selected Deborah Brown as Wesleyan’s STAR teacher who has had the greatest influence on her academic life. We are honored to have Angela Yang and Deborah Brown represent Wesleyan as our STAR student and teacher for 2017. Congratulations to them both! Click the "Read More" link for additional informatio about the honorees.

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