• March 13, 2017

    High Q


    High Q is an exciting question-and-answer game show that appears weekly on WSB-TV Channel 2. Each week the program features scholastic competition between high school students in the Atlanta area.
    The students answer dozens of questions on a wide range of subjects including history, math, literature, science and arts. On Saturday, March 28, Wesleyan's episode of High Q will air on WSB-TV at 12:30pm. Be sure to tune in!

  • March 13, 2017

    Varsity Girls Basketball State Championship


    The Varsity Girls Basketball team overcame a 17 point deficit to defeat Holy Innocents' in the Class A State Championship on Friday at Georgia Tech. This is the 12th state championship for the Wesleyan Girls Basketball program since 2002. Congratulations to the players and coaches on an outstanding season! Click here for stories and pictures.

  • March 13, 2017

    Grandparents and Special Friends Day (K-4th Grade)


    We are looking forward to hosting Wesleyan School’s annual Grandparents and Special Friends Day for students in Kindergarten through 4th grade on Thursday, April 13th! This event will take place on the noon dismissal day prior to Easter Break and will include classroom visits, campus tours, and special chapel service. This lower school event will take place from 7:45am to 10:45am. Each family will receive two formal invitations in their child's Tuesday folder - these will be going out in the next few weeks. If you are in need of additional invitations, please see Becky Cardwell at the front desk in Gillfillan Hall. We need your help to ensure Grandparents and Special Friends Day is a fantastic experience for all our guests! Please click here to volunteer for this wonderful event. To order additional photo buttons for guests (all students receive two), please click here to order the buttons by Thursday, March 30th.

  • March 6, 2017

    Spelling Bee Finalist


    Congratulations to Steven Guyer, one of only twenty finalists in the 2017 Georgia Independent Schools Spelling Bee. Steven qualified for the third and final round of competition, an oral spelling bee, by achieving superior scores on the 100-word written spelling and vocabulary tests presented in both round one and round two. We are proud of you, Steven, for representing Wesleyan so well!

  • March 6, 2017

    World Religions Field Trip


    Mr. Emmelhainz's World Religions class took a field trip to a traditional Hindu mandir (place of worship) in Atlanta. In World Religions class students survey the foundational beliefs and practices of the world’s leading religions. They explore and analyze what other people believe and why they believe it. Additionally, students view such beliefs and practices through the prism of the Great Commission - the command of Christ to proclaim His gospel to all nations.This course equips students with the tools they need to engage people from different faith commitments and more effectively present the gospel message to them.

  • March 6, 2017

    Kennesaw State Mathematics Competition


    In November, 18 Wesleyan students participated in the state-wide Kennesaw State Mathematics Competition, along with 1,812 students from 126 public and private schools across the state of Georgia. Of the 1,812 students, only 147 students scored in the top 5%-10% and advanced to the next level. Two of Wesleyan’s own, Andy Yang and Angela Yang, scored in the 100th and 90th percentile and were invited to participate in the next competition round. Part II of the competition was an intense, proof-based problem set involving a wide range of mathematical topics solved within a two-hour time frame. This year, 37 students from across the state will receive recognition for their achievements in the overall competition. Andy Yang will be recognized on April 22 as he ranked 13th in the competition. Congratulations to Andy Yang for his accomplishment, especially during his freshman year, and thank you to all Wesleyan participants. To learn more about the competition and the type of problems, visit

  • March 6, 2017

    Georgia Regional Middle School Science Bowl


    On Saturday, February 25, the Middle School Academic Bowl team competed in the Georgia Regional Middle School Science Bowl at Armstrong State University in Savannah. Congratulations to team members, Gian Luca Di Lenardo, Steven Guyer, Josh Mellott, Jackson Murphy, and Maggie Simmons, for placing 3rd in the state. Students were faced with a highly competitive verbal forum of answering questions in all branches of science and math. Team members also experienced hands-on science experiments with a physicist. To qualify for state competition, the team had previously won one of the top two places in the sub-regional contest. Congratulations to team members and coaches, Dr. McCoy and Mrs. Baughn.

  • March 6, 2017

    Owings Fellowship Fosters Dicussion About Academic Integrity


    Wesleyan recently hosted representatives from the Owings Fellowship at Washington and Lee University and area independent schools for a discussion on the importance of academic integrity in independent secondary schools. Wesleyan students, along with students and faculty advisors from St. Pius, Mount Paran Christian School, and Christo Rey, worked with Washington and Lee students and fellows to discuss current practices, challenges, and opportunities at the Honor Symposium. They tackled a wide-range of topics, including the role of honor in our school communities, real world examples of dishonorable behavior and consequence, strengthening a community of trust and the impact of the internet on academic integrity, and challenges facing students and administrative leaders in both a large group and small group setting. Click the "Read More" link for additional details.

  • February 27, 2017

    Ash Wednesday Service


    All Wesleyan students and families are welcome to attend a non-denominational Ash Wednesday service on March 1st. The service will begin at 7:30am in Austin Chapel.

  • February 27, 2017

    Students Serve as Pages at the State Capitol


    On Tuesday, February 21st, a small group of Wesleyan 6th graders, Austin Salsbury, Jackson Murphy, Jack Thomas, and Nick Barnes, had the opportunity to page at the Georgia State Capitol, in the House of Representatives, for Representative Scott Hilton, District 95. It was a great privilege as they started the day meeting and having their photo made with Governor and Mrs. Deal. Then, they were off to their paging duties where they were allowed to enter the House of Representatives, while it was in session, to deliver notes to various representatives. After the legislators recessed for the day, the boys met the Speaker of the House, David Ralston, for another photo opportunity. As those events wrapped up, Representative Hilton took the boys back onto the floor of the House to give them a close up tour and explanation of a representative's desk and further explained a legislator's day. For their time and energy, the boys received a personalized certificate acknowledging their service, a page button as a memento, and a crisp $10 bill as payment. It was a fun and informative way for these boys to experience an interactive civics lesson for the day. 8th grade students, Jake Lundstedt and Harrison Leath, returned to the Georgia State Capitol on Thursday, February 23rd, to serve as pages for the second year in a row. What a fantastic opportunity for our middle school students!

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