Summer School

Wesleyan is pleased to offer forward-credit summer school options for all current high school students.

Students can take a required Bible course offered during one summer session to free up schedule space for other academic or elective classes during the school year. Up to one semester of Bible credit can be satisfied this summer.

Sessions and Courses

We will offer the Bible courses listed below (click on the course titles for class descriptions and faculty assignments) during one summer session:

Session 1

June 5 - June 23
Monday - Friday
9:30am - 1:30pm

180 Degree Theology

This course if offered during Session 1.

With a primary emphasis on the book of Romans, this course will investigate Paul, the world’s most influential writer. Beginning with an overview of his life, this course will study Paul’s conversion and how that transformation has profoundly impacted the world ever since. While the four gospels describe Jesus’ ministry and death, in Romans, Paul examines the significance of that death and proclaims the radical doctrine of salvation by God’s grace.

The objective of this course is for students to understand the counter-cultural message of the gospel, its diagnosis of and solution to the world’s problems, and its precepts for living a godly life in contemporary society.

Instructor

Kali Sessions

There is no required text for this course.

Global Justice and Biblical Ethics

This course if offered during Session 1.

This course is designed to introduce students to issues of social justice, and to examine God’s call for His people to act justly and to love mercy (Micah 6:8). Topics to be explored include: world poverty and disease, genocide, the disparity of income among people and societies, justice for the weak and powerless of society, and human trafficking.
The objectives of this course include students hearing and responding to God’s call by focusing on the message of the Old Testament prophets and to address social justice issues by applying the foundational principles of Biblical ethics.

Instructor

Josh Smith

Required Text

Good News About Injustice by Gary Haugen (ISBN 978-0-8308-3710-6)

 

The fee for each course session is $950 per student.

Checks should be made payable to Wesleyan School.
Please note the student name on the memo line, and deliver the payment to Lori Stromie in the high school office.

Books and lunch are not included in tuition. Lunch is not provided.

Frequently Asked Questions

Question

Will I get a grade for these courses? 

Answer

Students will earn grades in their summer courses. These grades will appear on their official transcripts and be included in their overall GPA calculation. 

Question

Will there be homework? 

Answer

Students should expect each course to average up to one hour of homework per night. 

Question

What is the attendance policy? 

Answer

Due to the accelerated nature of these courses, there are strict rules regarding attendance. Any student with more than one absence will be removed from the course, not given credit, and issued a prorated refund. 

Question

Is there a dress code? 

Answer

Students are expected to be neat, clean, and well-groomed at all times. Clothing should be in good condition – without frays, patches or tears – and free of inappropriate messages or advertisements. All shirts and blouses must have sleeves and cover the midriff.