The following is the second in a series of two letters to Wesleyan Christian Academy families from Dr. Rob Brown, Head of School, over a two-week period as we navigate the challenges of this season in the life of our nation and school.
The following is the first in a series of two letters to Wesleyan Christian Academy families from Dr. Rob Brown, Head of School, over a two-week period as we navigate the challenges of this season in the life of our nation and school.
Wesleyan's Class of 2020 made history as the first class to participate in an outdoor commencement ceremony at our Sandy Ridge Road campus on June 6, 2020.
Students sign letters of intent on National Signing Day to play collegiate sports upon graduation.
Pastor Alex DiPrima explains to students Martin Luther's impact on Christianity as we know it today as part of Wesleyan's Reformation Day Chapel.
Wesleyan Kids-In-Business Club will be offered to Elementary and Middle School this year.
Wesleyan Alumni Bryce Kenny and Maria Reginaldi challenged Wesleyan students to pursue their dreams ... with God. The Monster Truck Driver and NYC theater performer reminded students to seek God first, and He will open the doors intended for you.
Wesleyan welcomes 11 new faculty members for the new school year. Learn more about them here.
More than 30 Wesleyan students and staff travel overseas this summer to share the hope of Christ with the beautiful people of Guatemala and Spain.
When can a ninth grader have the opportunity to build an artificial oyster reef, work in a marine lab run by NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), and experience an ecotour on an uninhabited island? Read on.
Wesleyan hires Dr. David Ray of Madison, Georgia, to serve as new Elementary Principal beginning 2019-2020 school year.
Senior John Linton receives appointment to U.S. Military Academy at West Point
This month, as the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament takes the country by storm, Wesleyan plans to take the Triad by storm with Christ's love. March Madness for Missions gives our students, parents and faculty a beautiful opportunity to take the Gospel, in word and deed, to the people in our area.
Wesleyan will offer a new morning transportation service from Greensboro beginning in 2019-2020 via its new fleet of buses.
This year's Spiritual Emphasis Week ended with more than 200 students either accepting Christ, rededicating their life to Christ or declaring a desire for a closer relationship with Him.