After School Programs

Kindergarten through 4th Grade
There are many programs available at Wesleyan to engage your lower school 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 piano or guitar. 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. Click on one of the drop-down options below for details, contact information, and registration.

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  • Wesleyan Programs

    Wesleyan Lacrosse Association
    • 2nd through 6th grade
    • Girls and boys teams
    • Spring season
    • Parent-sponsored activity
    • Registration opens in October. Contact Lauren Borowsky, Ame Conley at aconley@wesleyanschool.org, or Cathy Nichols for more information.
    Please see the online directory in Blackbaud for contact information.
  • Enrichment Classes

    Enrichment classes are offered Monday through Thursday from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Classes are held once a week during each session.

    Fall 1 classes will run Sept. 12 - Oct. 14.
    Fall 2 classes will run Oct. 17 - Nov. 18.

    Register online today!

    For more information, please contact:
     
    Kelly Weatherly
    Director of Auxiliary Programs and Outreach
    KWeatherly@wesleyanschool.org
  • Fine Arts Lessons

    Please contact Carrie Knapp at cknapp@wesleyanschool.org for details. To register, visit this link.

    Private Piano Lessons
    • 1st Grade through 4th Grade
    • Lessons occur on a weekly basis
    Private Guitar Lessons
    • 1st Grade through 4th Grade
    • Lessons occur on a weekly basis
  • School Involvement

    Passport Club
    Passport Club empowers students to travel the world with Captain Core Virtue in a fun self-study geography program. Not only do students gain greater awareness of the world around them through this program, but students also have the opportunity to:
    • Choose their own pace, studying the location of 5, 10, 15 or 25 countries per month
    • Gain in-depth knowledge on one feature country per month through video and optional self-study
    • Be equipped with a passport, lanyard, study maps, and a t-shirt for the journey
    • Earn exciting rewards, including stamps for their passport, country flag pins for their lanyard, and world-market bucks for an end-of-the-year world market. Students visit “customs officials” one day each month during lunch to be tested.
    • Build on their progress each year!
    All 1st through 4th grade students participate in Passport Club, and parents are invited to select their child’s level each fall. 

    Please contact Cammie Sancheti for more information.

    Please see the online directory in Blackbaud for contact information.