High School

To our high school parents,

Wesleyan offers an exciting high school program designed to challenge students and build in each child an awareness of his or her individual gifts and talents. As a Christian school of academic excellence, our faculty members provide a rigorous college-preparatory curriculum designed for students with average to above-average academic ability. With a diverse set of course offerings, a one-to-one tablet program, and a wireless campus, students have significant resources and opportunities to explore their interests in a wide range of academic disciplines.

In addition, students have a full complement of co-curricular opportunities to become fully engaged in the Wesleyan community. Ultimately, Wesleyan challenges and nurtures high school students with the hope of developing responsible citizens prepared to lead and serve in an ever-changing world.

Our goal for our high school students as they mature spiritually, academically, and socially is that they develop a healthy awareness of not only themselves but also of the world and communities in which they live.

Sean Casey

Academically, our goal is to prepare each student for the next step in his or her educational journey while cultivating a sense of curiosity and enthusiasm for learning. Students can choose from standard, honors, and Advanced Placement courses, as well as a full array of electives, thus providing each individual with an appropriate challenge. In all courses, students wrestle with ideas and are expected to think critically about the subject matter relative to the world they live in. The rigor of the curriculum is matched by Wesleyan's commitment to small classes and an advisor system that encourages the development of strong personal relationships between teachers and students.

We also ask students to be fully-involved in the school community through at least one major co-curricular activity. Although small, Wesleyan offers most of the activities which are regularly available at larger schools. We believe students will feel better connected to the school and their peers if they participate in at least one or more co-curricular activities. Wesleyan is a place where students are encouraged to try new activities in an effort to test themselves and discover their interests. Whether trying out for a theater production, playing in the marching band, or competing in mock trail, baseball or cross-country, Wesleyan can help each student develop the skills and the confidence to find his or her passion.

Our goal for our high school students as they mature spiritually, academically, and socially is that they develop a healthy awareness of not only themselves but also of the world and communities in which they live. Our JOY motto - Jesus, Others, Yourself - exemplifies the mission of Wesleyan School, and we hope to instill in our students the understanding that they should ultimately use their talents in service of others.

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Sean Casey

High School Principal

 

 

High School Course Guide


Click HERE for a printable version of the 2014-15 High School Course Offerings.


High School Calendar

Fri / Aug 01

Peer Leadership Retreat leaves

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Off campus
Sat / Aug 02

Peer Leadership Retreat

6:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Off campus
Sun / Aug 03

Peer Leadership Retreat Returns

2:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Off campus

New Faculty Reception

2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Foyer
Tue / Aug 05

HS New Student Orientation

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
HS Band Room

Back to School Senior Class party

6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Off campus