Wesleyan Students Return to Campus

After months of preparation and planning, Wesleyan School welcomed students back to campus for the first time since March 12. Over the course of two days on Wednesday, August 12 and Thursday, August 13, students returned to the classroom to receive in-person instruction. Strict guidelines and procedures, which can be found on the school website, were put in place prior to students and faculty returning to campus.  

For students in kindergarten through fifth grade, instruction is on-campus every day of the week. Students in sixth through twelfth grade are in a hybrid model of learning that places approximately half of the student body in distance learning and the other half of the student body on campus. The students rotate every other day, so each student is on campus multiple days a week. This model will be re-evaluated after August 28 for any adjustments that may need to be taken.
While certainly a different school day, we are excited to offer in-person learning for our students in a safe and health-conscious manner. Click here to watch a video from the first few days of school!