Summer Packet

The purpose of the Summer Packet is to highlight important information for the upcoming school year.
We hope you have a great summer and cannot wait to see you back on campus in August!
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2019-20 Information

List of 17 items.

  • Academics

    Academic Contacts
    • If there are any questions about academics over the summer, please contact the department chair of the issue in question.
      Department Chairs
    • If you have non-academic questions over the summer, please contact your child's grade chair.
      Grade Chairs
    During the school year it is protocol for the student to first contact their teachers with any classroom concerns before parents become involved.

    Supply List
    As you prepare for the upcoming 2019 – 2020 school year, please note the following information and review the supply list specific to your student's grade level.
    Middle School Supply Lists

    Dozier Library
    The summer months afford a wonderful opportunity for our Lower School students to enjoy exploring new books. Stories spark the imagination and serve as a springboard for vocabulary enhancement and the acquisition of knowledge.
    Lower School Summer Reading

    Chapman Library
    In order to encourage the enjoyment of reading that enriches life and expands the imagination, Wesleyan requires all students to read during the summer.
    Middle School Summer Reading
    High School Summer Reading

    Wesleyan's virtual bookstore opens on July 1, 2019.
    Visit our textbooks webpage for additional information about buying and selling textbooks through MBS Direct.

    Mega Hostetler
    Textbook Coordinator
    MBS Direct
    Customer Service Center

    College Advising
    The College Advising Office will host many events throughout the year to help prepare students for the admissions process.
    For additional information, please visit the College Advising webpage.
  • Artist Market

    Celebrating over 20 years!

    The Annual Artist Market is joyous celebration of the Arts and a treasured tradition for our community each year. The Market features original art from over 100 professional, teacher and student artists and also showcases the performing arts with many of our talented high school and middle school students performing throughout the three-day event.
    2020 applications will be available in September, 2019.

    2020 Wesleyan Artist Market
    Thursday, April 237 –9 p.m.
    Friday, April 249 a.m. –6 p.m.
    Saturday, April 2510 a.m.–4 p.m.

    Sponsorship Opportunities
    The Artist Market will bring many exciting and unique sponsorship opportunities and we are already busy planning various events for the coming year. We would love to partner with you!

    For information on sponsorship opportunities for the Wesleyan Artist market and additional information about the event, please visit the official Artist Market Website or email

    Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for updates.
  • Arts Alliance

    Wesleyan Arts Alliance
    The Arts Alliance is a parent organization that celebrates and supports Wesleyan's commitment to the arts. We strive to help facilitate the expression of individuality and support students in the variety of artistic endeavors available at our school. We share in the belief that art is an important part of every child's development and of the school community.

    What We Do
    Our goal is to provide financial, physical, and spiritual support to all students in Kindergarten through 12th grade as they participate in both visual and performing art activities. Each year we raise funds through membership receipts, the Artist Market, Christmas Card sales, and advertisements.
    All funds are returned in their entirety to the Fine Arts Program.

    Click here to visit the Arts Alliance webpage for more information.

    Become a Member
    Membership allows you to contribute to the current and future efforts of the Arts Alliance.
    Join Online
    Print a Membership Form
  • Athletics

    Athletic Passes
    Over the summer, each family will receive two family passes and two student passes in the mail. These athletic passes are required for admission to all home, regular season sporting events for the 2019-2020 school year.
    GHSA will determine and require an admission charge for all state playoff competitions.

    Please remember to bring your athletic pass to all home sporting events, or you will be charged admission.
    Contact Lori Stromie if you need additional passes or replacements for lost or damaged passes.

    Lori Stromie
    Athletic Administrative Assistant

    Sports Physical
    Middle and High School students must complete and upload the physical exam form to the Magnus Health portal prior to participating in a fall sports tryout or practice. It is crucial that athletes schedule their annual physical exams before July 25, or they will not be eligible for their fall sport on August 1.

    Team Lists
    If you have questions about a specific team, please contact the Head Coach of the relevant program.
    Franklin Pridgen
    Brian Krehmeyer
    Cross Country
    Chad McDaniel
    Girls Golf
    Cameron Alexander
    Ted Russell
    Boys Golf
    Andy Free
    Mary Stephenson
    Girls Lacrosse
    Anna Myrick
    Football Cheerleading
    Fiona Owen
    Boys Lacrosse
    Lee Rider
    Girls Basketball
    Carolyn Whitney
    Girls Soccer
    Lacy Gilbert
    Boys Basketball
    Adam Griffin
    Boys Soccer
    Billy Coxhead
    Dennis Stromie
    Jonathan Sykes
    Swim and Dive
    Kevin Kadzis
    Girls Track and Field
    Candler Baxley
    Basketball Cheerleading
    Fiona Owen
    Boys Track and Field
    Chad McDaniel
  • Before and After Care

    Before Care
    Students in Kindergarten through 4th grade can join us in Dozier Library starting at 7:00 a.m. (Wednesdays at 7:15 a.m.). If you arrive after 7:25 a.m., please use the carpool line to ensure the safety of your child.
    There is no charge for this service.
    Supervised by faculty, students will have the opportunity to engage in activities, complete homework, color, and enjoy the library.
    Click here for more information about Before Care.

    After Care
    In our After Care program, students in Kindergarten through 8th grade are offered on-campus supervision until 6 p.m. on all regularly scheduled school days. Parents may register online.

    Lower School After Care is located in Warren Hall. Lower School students will be dismissed to the cafeteria where they will be provided a snack, study hall, and play time. Children attending an enrichment class will be picked up and brought to their designated after school class.

    In our Middle School Extended Day program, participating students will be picked up at Chapman Library at 4 p.m. Middle school students will then be escorted to Dozier Library, located in Warren Hall.
    • For $400 each semester, you have unlimited access to our after care program, or you can pay by the day at a rate of $30 per day. We also offer 5/10 day packages.
    • Students attending an after-school enrichment class may join after care when their activity is over at no additional charge.
    After Care and Extended Care, will be offered on early release days!
    Students enrolled during these days will be provided lunch and will be grouped according to age and gender for supervised and structured play time. Study hall time with high school student helpers will also be available for middle school students. Registration is online, please see available dates below. 

    Click here for more information about our After Care program.
  • Bus Service

    Wesleyan now offers both morning and afternoon bus transportation. We increased our bus service to make commuting to and from Wesleyan easier for our families.
    Click here for a list of pick-up and drop-off locations.
    • Transportation is provided by the Wesleyan minibusses
    • Drivers are vetted and hired by the school
    • Morning bus service is $600 each semester per child
    • Afternoon bus service is $600 each semester per child
    • Round-trip transportation is $1200 each semester per child
    • Cost is due on tuition payment dates – July 1 and November 1
    • Financial aid is not available for transportation expenses
    If you have questions, please email Transportation Coordinator, Lacy Gilbert, at
  • Carpool Information

    It is time to begin planning for the 2019-2020 school year, including student arrival and departure; the safety of all Wesleyan students is our primary concern during arrival and dismissal time.

    To ensure that safety, please follow the carpool procedures included in the letter attached below.
    Please keep this carpool information and refer to it as the school year begins in August.
    2019 – 2020 Carpool Letter
  • Christian Life

    Christian Life Retreats
    Wesleyan retreats are designed to parallel the overall mission of the school by providing opportunities to explore and deepen the student's relationship with God while building confidence in their individual identity as children of God. Retreats also aim to provide time and space for students to go deeper in their relationships with one another.

    2019- 2020 Dates
    Freshmen Retreat
    August 9-11
    5th and 6th Grade Retreat
    August 26–27
    7th and 8th Grade Retreat
    September 23–24
    High School Ski Retreat
    January 18–20
    Senior Trip
    May 17–21

    Missions Program
    Each spring break, students enthusiastically heed His divine call to service. Working together and alongside faculty leaders, students develop spiritual leadership while cultivating a Biblical world view.

    Students selected to go on a Mission Trip should plan to attend the following events in 2019/20:

    Parent Meeting
    November 11
    Team Meeting #1
    December 2
    Team Meeting #2
    January 13
    Team Meeting #3
    February 10
    Parent Meeting
    March 2
    Commission Service
    March 13
    LS/MS follow up visits
    Reporting Chapel
  • Fine Arts

    We are pleased to offer the following Fine Arts events and opportunities next year:
    2019–2020 Fine Arts Calendar

    Private Music Lessons
    All Wesleyan students have the opportunity to sign up for private music lessons in piano, guitar, voice, and various other band instruments. Our instructors are not only excellent teachers and musicians, but as Wesleyan staff members, they also embody the school's mission. Please see the enrollment form for availability, tuition, and scheduling details.
    Enrollment Form

    Theater Tickets
    Through our ticketing system, all Wesleyan families have the opportunity to attend each theater production.
    Ticket Information and Instructions

    Extracurricular Opportunities
    Lower School
    We sponsor several after school programs for our Lower School students interested in Fine Arts.
    Click here for additional information about K–4 after school programs.
    Middle and High School
    If you have any questions, please contact the activity's sponsor included below.

    Marching Band
    Grades 7–12
    Fall 2019
    Grades 5–8
    Fall 2019
    Wagon Wheels a-Rollin’ (MS Fall Play)
    Grades 5–8
    Fall 2019
    10 Ways to Survive x2 (HS Fall Play)
    Grades 9–12
    Fall 2019
    Basketball Band
    Grades 6–12
    Winter 2020
    Tuck Everlasting (HS Winter Musical)
    Grades 9–12
    Winter 2020
    Steven Broyles
    Sense and Sensibility (HS Spring Play)
    Grades 9–12
    Spring 2020
    Beth McConnell
    Grades 5–8
    Spring 2020
    Laura Archer
    The Wizard of Oz (MS Spring Musical)
    Grades 5–8
    Spring 2020
  • Health Services

    Medical Information

    Wesleyan will continue to partner with Magnus Health to collect and store information for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year.

    Magnus is a secure, web-based system that is easy to use. You will have continuous access to your child's health record and the ability to make updates when needed.

    You will also have the option to print copies of any form you submit; you can even take your student's digital health file with you when he or she graduates.

    Access Magnus Health through Blackbaud.

    Scan your student's completed health forms to their Magnus Health Portal or fax or mail the forms to Magnus Health before July 25.
    No forms are to be mailed or turned into the Wesleyan School clinics.
    All other school forms can be electronically sign and submitted using the Magnus Health portal.

    Annual Physicals
    Wesleyan School requires that every student complete a physical exam every year.
    Physical exams must take place between April 1 and July 25.
    The Physical Exam Form must be uploaded to your student's Magnus Health Portal prior to participating in a fall sports practice. Additionally, your child will not be allowed to attend classes with missing or incomplete health forms.

    Please Note
    Medical insurance may not cover the annual physical if it has been less than a year since your child's last physical exam. In the event that you are not able to secure an appointment with your pediatrician to fit our time requirements, please consider visiting your local clinic or urgent care facility; many of them will provide a sports physical for about $25.00, and they are open in the evenings and on Saturdays and Sundays.

    Please consider using this option for one year and then return to your regular pediatrician for your child's physical exam the following year.

    The nurses will be out of the clinic during the entire summer. If you have any questions please do not call the school, but contact us via email at the addresses listed below.

    Becky Kimsey, RN
    Health Services Department Chair
    Lower School Nurse
    Marty McQuaig, RN
    Middle School Nurse
    High School Nurse
  • Nearly New Uniform Shop

    The Nearly New Uniform Shop is located in the Wesleyan Annex and is delighted to serve the Wesleyan Community by providing a convenient location to purchase gently worn uniforms, PE clothes, and spirit wear at a discount of up to 80% off! The Nearly New Uniform Shop is run by parent volunteers, and all proceeds go directly back to the school.

    The main front doors to the Annex are unlocked Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
    If you have uniform questions or need help, we will be there to assist you over the summer on the following days:

    Monday, July 29th, 9 a.m. - 12:00 pm and 5 p.m. - 7 p.m.

    Wednesday, August 7th, 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.

    If these times do not work for your schedule, please contact us to make arrangements for an appointment on a different day.

    If you would like for us to contact you when a certain item comes in, please email

    Deborah Caldwell: 770-713-7056
    Alice Perrins: 678-472-883
  • Parent Representatives

    Parent representatives serve as liaisons between parents and the school, coordinating all grade level activities.

    2019–2020 Parent Representatives
    Lower School
    CoordinatorsKelly Shippel and Stephanie Spitzer
    KindergartenNatalie Smith
    Pre-1st GradeMelissa Cusimano
    1st GradeAmanda Hene
    2nd GradeMarissa Porrello
    3rd GradeKara Reding
    4th GradeRachel Thomas
    Middle School
    5th GradeHeather Neu
    6th GradeVanessa Brewster
    7th GradeHeather Davis
    8th GradeDana Sullenberger
    High School
    9th GradeErin Andrews and Bethany Davidson
    10th GradeMelinda Olds and Gia Elsevier
    11th GradeAmy Bowling and Ann Bruehl
    12th GradeChristine Taylor and Ellen Welch
  • Parents Club

    Wesleyan Parents Club (WPC)
    All parents of Wesleyan students are automatically members! Our primary goal is fostering a connection between parents, teachers, and students. Our annual events encourage involvement, provide focused fellowship, help build our community, and embrace our new families.
    Visit the Parents Club webpage for additional information.

    Volunteer Opportunities
    We appreciate our parent volunteers and encourage all families to participate in our events. Choose any of the events or volunteer opportunities listed below and to get involved!
    • American Red Cross Blood Drive
    • Christmas Decorations
    • Christmas Ornaments
    • Cotillion
    • Grandparents and Special Friends Day
    • Homecoming Hoedown
    • Hospitality
    • JOY Gala and Auction
    • Moms in Prayer
    • Teacher Appreciation
    • Teacher Treats
    • Tuition Raffle

    WPC Leadership
    Each year, parents volunteer to serve on the Wesleyan Parents Club Executive Board. The Executive Board is comprised of ten positions. The Board meets monthly to review and coordinate activities and events, evaluate and determine expenditures of funds raised, and conduct routine business.

    Kathy Miller
    Yancey Surber
    Co-Vice President
    Laurie Bingham
    Co-Vice President
    Rina Wise
    Wendy Wright
    Ashley Madray
    Corresponding Secretary
    Lauren Gailey
    Recording Secretary
    Hayley Brammer
    Advisory Chair
    Tinsley Hayes
    Advisory Chair
    Amber Moore

    WPC Christmas Ornament
    Help support the Wesleyan Parents Club by purchasing a Christmas ornament. What a wonderful way to commemorate each year that a child attends Wesleyan! The ornaments also make terrific gifts for family, friends, and teachers. Each ornament comes packaged in a box for safe handling and holiday storage.

    Publix Partners
    Over the years, Publix Partners has contributed more than $30 million to over 4,500 schools giving back to support education. Please link your Publix account today to Wesleyan School and ensure we are benefitting from this great program.
    Giiving is easy! Simply sign up for a Publix account (if you don’t already have one), select Wesleyan as your preferred partner, then enter your phone number each time you checkout. If you already have an account, please be sure to go to and link your account to Wesleyan School.
  • Programs

    There are many programs available at Wesleyan to engage your student.
    • Enrichment classes provide students with important life skills and practical application techniques.
    • Private music lessons offer individualized instruction for students that wish to learn or practice an instrument.
    • School-sponsored and parent-sponsored "leagues" focus on a specific sport or interest.
    • Wesleyan clubs and activities allow students to continue their involvement on campus during and after school.
    For contact information and registration, click to visit K-4 Programs or 5-8 Programs.
  • Spirit Shop

    Conveniently located between Wesley Hall and Cleghorn Hall, the Spirit Shop is delighted to serve the entire Wesleyan community.
    In addition to spirit-wear, snacks, and gift items, the Spirit Shop has everything you need to outfit your students in their Wesleyan uniform.

    Summer Hours and Information
    The Spirit Shop closed for the summer on May 23rd at 12 p.m.
    We will be open July 22-August 13, 2019 with our Summer Hours:

    Monday- Friday
    9 a.m.-5 p.m.

    We will also be open Saturday, August 10th from 9 a.m.- 2 p.m
    Normal Business hours resume on Wednesday, August 14th.

    This year, we will be accepting appointments for our new families to visit the Spirit Shop. Please contact Cathy Binion at 678-223-2238 or at

    Click here for the 2018-2019 letter from the Spirit Shop. Click here for more information about the Wesleyan Spirit Shop.
  • Uniforms

    Wesleyan students in all divisions wear uniforms.
    The dress code reflects school pride and respect for others.

    Lower School Uniform Guidelines
    Middle School Uniform Guidelines
    High School Uniform Guidelines

    Where to Shop
    We offer two, on-campus locations for you to purchase new or used items for the Wesleyan uniform, the Spirit Shop, and the Nearly New Used Uniform Shop. The Spirit Shop is located between Wesley Hall and Cleghorn Hall, and the NNUU Shop is located in the Wesleyan Annex.

    There are also additional off-campus and online options for your convenience.
  • Wolf Trackers

    Wolf Trackers
    Wolf Trackers is the booster club for all Wesleyan athletic teams. We support Wesleyan athletics in many ways, but primarily by funding a portion of the athletic budget. In addition, our parent volunteers run and staff concessions at team events.

    Interested in joining the Wesleyan Wolf Trackers?
    Please complete the online membership form.

    Athletic Program Advertisements
    We are pleased to offer our community the opportunity to place a business or student advertisement in the Wesleyan Athletic Program.
    Wesleyan Athletic Program Advertising Agreement

    For more information about Wesleyan Wolf Trackers, click here to visit our webpage.

Important Events

  • High School New Student Orientation
  • Freshman Retreat
  • Middle School New Student Orientation
  • Lower School Jump Start
  • Middle School Drop-In Day
  • Lower School Drop-In Day
  • LS/ MS First Day of School
  • HS First Day of School
  • Lower School Parent Night

To view more info on each event please visit our Calendar