At Wesleyan, our pursuit of diversity and unity is firmly rooted in our mission to be a Christian school of academic excellence. This means, first and foremost, that our vision for diversity and unity is founded on the truth of scripture, guided by Christian principals and beliefs, and empowered by the hope of the gospel.
Secondly, our vision strives for academic excellence by challenging and nurturing the mind, body, and spirit of every student in hopes of developing responsible stewardship in our changing world. As such, our vision for diversity and unity is not based on political agendas, secular theories, or cultural trends, but on the long-standing mission of Wesleyan, the unchanging character of Christ, and the wisdom of the Old and New Testament.
Why should a Christian school pursue diversity and unity?
Wesleyan School pursues diversity and unity because:
Wesleyan’s Christ-centered vision for Biblical diversity translates into action designed to cultivate a heart for others and for Christ in not just our students, but also the adults in our community. Diversity initiatives include programming incorporated into students’ and employee’s regular school days as well as elective offerings in which students, employees, and parents can choose to participate.