Since August, the college advising office has welcomed over 60 college admissions representatives to campus to meet with our students. These visits provide the opportunity for students to learn about schools and develop a one-on-one relationship with the representatives who often play a role in reviewing application files.
Wesleyan has earned Gold recognition on the 2023 AP School Honor Roll, which recognizes schools who offer an AP program. Schools earn the honor roll recognition annually by enhancing their school’s college-bound culture, providing opportunities for students to earn college credit, and maximizing college readiness of students.
The College Advising Office is pleased to announce that senior Reagan Maxwell is Wesleyan’s nominee for the Belk Scholars competition at Davidson College. Belk Scholar nominees “must demonstrate academic excellence and purposeful engagement in the classroom, with student and civic organizations, on the athletic field, or in the arts. While academic achievement is paramount, Belk Scholars also exhibit intellectual curiosity and a commitment to both their local and global communities.”
The college advising office is pleased to announce that senior Kallaghan Freeman has been nominated by a faculty committee as Wesleyan’s nominee for the Jefferson Scholarship at the University of Virginia.
On the evening of Sept. 27, the College Advising Office hosted its annual Paying for College Seminar. This year’s speaker was John Sisk, senior assistant director in the Office of Financial Aid at Emory University. Sisk brought his 26 years of financial aid expertise to the subject of paying for college.
High school students Lauren Hill '25, J.J. Neeb '25, and seniors Papa Ohemeng-Mensah and Haymi Yesu are among just 72,000 students nationwide earning academic honors from College Board’s National Recognition Programs. The National Recognition Programs honor the strong academic achievements of underrepresented students.
On Saturday, August 26, Wesleyan School, in partnership with The Westminster Schools, KIPP Forward, and Marist School, co-hosted the WWKM College Fair. More than 240 colleges were represented at the fair.
In early August, the Wesleyan School college advising office offered three College Application Workshop sessions for the Class of 2024. The workshops provided guidance and best practices for the seniors as they begin the college application process.
Wesleyan is proud to announce that 43% of our 2022-23 AP students earned AP Scholar recognition at some level based on their AP exam results. Around 22% of students worldwide earn AP Scholar recognition.
Wesleyan School is pleased to announce that Elizabeth Tian '24, Tengle Wang '24, Papa Ohemeng Mensah '24, and Norah Mukana '25 have been invited to study in the prestigious Georgia Governor’s Honors Program (GHP) at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro this June and July.
On Sunday, dozens of Wesleyan sophomores and their parents participated in the Atlanta Invitational Case Studies (AICS). The AICS program is in its 15th year and continues to be one of the largest programs of its kind.
On the evening of Jan. 25, the college advising office hosted high school parents for the annual Paying for College Seminar. This year’s speaker was John Sisk, senior assistant director in the Office of Financial Aid at Emory University.