Academic Excellence is Simply Part of our Culture.
Students enrolled at Wesleyan Christian Academy learn that each day they will be challenged. But they also learn that the very teacher who challenges them, is the teacher who loves and fights for them daily with tenacity. At Wesleyan, questions are welcome. Curiosity is encouraged. And Christ's Truth is always the foundation for our answers. The end result? Wesleyan students meet the high academic expectation of excellence set before them and become confident, intrinsically motivated, life-long learners.
At Wesleyan, we find that teachers aren't the only ones encouraging students to do their very best. When a culture of excellence is established, each student becomes a conduit in the journey of the other's success. From assisting each other with homework to challenging them in their train of thought, our students are engaged, and desire to bring out the best in one another.
At Wesleyan, we believe that the Bible is the foundation to all truth and knowledge, and is therefore integrated in all subject areas and at every grade level. Our desire is to function in a complementary role with the home and church to produce individuals who can think critically and emanate a Christian worldview, becoming leaders and impactful members of society.
Your Child's Unique Design
Last but not least, our teachers understand that each student is designed with unique spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social gifts; therefore, each learns in different ways. To meet each student where they are, we incorporate a variety of instructional approaches and methods of assessment. Curriculum design, instructional strategies, and learning activities are based on distinct goals and challenging expectations for student success.
To learn more about how these tenets play out at each age and stage of your child's experience at Wesleyan, you can find the link to each school division in the left-hand menu of this page.
"Wesleyan gave me a solid Christian foundation that I could carry into college and the military. So much so, that when I arrived at USNA, I felt odd not exercising Christian practices, such as praying or daily Bible readings before class. The foundation allowed me to take that on myself and want to continue to develop that foundation."
Maddie Cashion, WCA Class of 2019
Midshipman, U.S. Naval Academy