Thank you for your interest in Wesleyan School!

If you would like information about student availability for the 2020-2021 school year, please call Mari Beth King, Director of Admission at (678) 223-2254 or email

Our online admissions process is hosted by Ravenna Solutions. Create a Ravenna account to start your application; you will also be required to complete a family profile as a part of your registration.
We look forward to working with you during the admissions process.
Visit the appropriate webpage for specific, grade-level application information.

Diversity at Wesleyan

Wesleyan welcomes applicants of diverse racial, cultural, and religious backgrounds. While the school practices a non-discriminatory admissions policy, Wesleyan is not equipped to handle international students who require I-20 forms or students who lack fluency in English.

Who to Contact

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  • Photo of Jennifer Pinkett Smith

    Jennifer Pinkett Smith 

    Director of Diversity
  • Photo of Guillermo Vallejo

    Guillermo Vallejo 

    Modern and Classical Language Teacher, Coordinador de la Comunidad Latina

Admissions Process Timeline

Admission to Wesleyan School is determined by an admissions committee. The committee bases its decisions upon the school’s ability to meet the applicant’s needs, taking into account all components of the admissions application. Students are admitted to Wesleyan based on the quality of their academic performance, interviews, teacher evaluations, and extracurricular interests and talents.

Wesleyan School, as well as all other AAAIS schools, will post decisions on the Ravenna website on Saturday, April 4 at 8:00am. Parents of accepted applicants must either return the contract of acceptance or advise the Admissions Office of non-acceptance by April 16, 2020.

Until an accepted student has returned a signed enrollment contract, Wesleyan cannot initiate contact with the family or allow campus visits. This is the policy of all AAAIS schools.

Relocating to Atlanta?

If special arrangements are needed for applicants whose family is relocating to Atlanta, please contact Mari Beth King, Director of Admissions.


The Atlanta Area Association of Independent Schools (AAAIS) is a professional association of nearly 75+ private-independent schools in the Atlanta metro area. As a AAAIS member, Wesleyan School adheres to the AAAIS Principles of Good Practice. Please review and familiarize yourself with the principles listed on the AAAIS Website.