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The final high school production of the year opens TONIGHT with a special preview show at 7:00pm in Lencke Theater. Don’t miss this explosive drama that exposes the best - and worst - in all of us.
We have quite a few eagles on campus – Eagle Scouts, that is! Eight current students have earned the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest advancement rank in Scouting. Seniors Crawford Brooks, Jake Cusick, Andrew Dorman, Brett Greensmith, Miles Laughlin, Drew Middleton, Grant Murphy, and Regan Smith join the ranks of a select few, as only four percent of the young men who were Boy Scouts have earned the rank of Eagle Scout.
Tune in Thursday night to see Wesleyan students perform at the Shuler Hensley Awards. Ricky Yoder ('13) is nominated for Best Leading Actor, and Jay Bell ('15) and Christina Austin ('14) will perform as members of the Shuler Ensemble.
Three members of the Class of 2015 will be busy in June and July, as they have been chosen to participate in highly-selective study programs at Emory University and the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis.
Last night's opening reception kicked-off the 2013 Visual Arts Exhibit. The best of this year's middle and high school visual arts projects will be on display in the Fine Arts lobby through May 8. You don't want to miss this amazing collection of work by our talented students! Click on the link below for a list of award winners and a photo preview of the artwork on display.
Come to Henderson Stadium this Saturday and join the Lymphomathon Walk! Wesleyan again hosts this inspirational event which raises funds for lymphoma research and survivor support. You can register HERE or at the "door". Click below for more information, a list of Wesleyan families touched by this disease, and to view a photo gallery from last year's walk.
The three-time defending Wesleyan spelling bee champion came close to going to the Georgia state bee two years ago as a 5th grader, when he was one of the youngest Round Three competitors ever. This year, though, he's headed to the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington D.C. where he'll compete against the best spellers in the country.
Wesleyan School is proud to announce that Ricky Yoder ('13) has been selected as a Jefferson Scholar at the University of Virginia. Yoder joins Robby Atkinson ('06) as the second Wesleyan recipient of this prestigious honor.
Wesleyan School is proud to announce that Cody Solomon ('13) has earned a Johnson Scholarship at Washington and Lee University. Solomon is the first Wesleyan winner of a Johnson Scholarship since the Program's inception in 2008.
According to a recent UGA study, “teachers rated the students who reported the lowest frequency of [middle school] dating as having the best study skills".