African American Hall of Fame - During the month of February, Black History Month, each lower school class does research to learn about one African American who is known for making America a better place, whether through civil rights, social service, science, the arts, athletics or education.
Asian Pacific American Heritage Month – Students in fourth grade were treated to a presentation by a parent who shared about the Chinese New Year and other Asian Pacific culture.
Decades in Black History – Each grade level in the middle school selected a decade from 1940-1990 and identified African Americans that made an impact during that time period. Those individuals included: Inventors, scientists, entrepreneurs, politicians, civil rights activists, clergy, athletes and educators.
G.R.A.C.E. - is a culturally diverse group of students who exist to enhance, discuss and support the cultural diversity at Wesleyan School. The goal is to create an atmosphere that promotes and supports racial and cultural awareness through Biblical reconciliation. Additionally, we seek to celebrate and appreciate the wonderful diversity of God’s kingdom through pray, dialogue and various activities. The name represents the diversity of our school, as well as the impact that each can make on the kingdom of God.
G – Gender (male and female)
R – Race
A – Age and abilities
C – Culture
E – socio-Economics