Academics at Wesleyan Christian Academy

Your child’s Biblical knowledge and academic journey lays the foundation on which they will build the rest of their life. As a parent, you want that infrastructure to be unshakeable, reliable, and capable of supporting your child’s dreams and calling. Whether your son or daughter is headed for college, trade school, the military, mission work, or into the workforce, as their parent, you want to be sure they have everything they need to be successful.

At Wesleyan Christian Academy, we provide a strong, Christian education complemented by co-curriculars, character development, and leadership and service opportunities so your child can pursue excellence in whatever God has planned for them.   

Wesleyan is 1 of only 20 schools in the world recognized by the Association of Christian Schools International as an Exemplary School.

Academic Excellence

From little learners to high school seniors, Wesleyan students benefit from small, right-size classes where highly qualified, compassionate teachers have the space and flexibility to differentiate learning according to each student’s individual needs. In high school, students benefit from 30 Honors courses, 13 Advanced Placement classes, 16 areas for dual-enrollment online college courses, and one-on-one college and career guidance.

Christ-Centered Connection & Mentorship

Student-teacher interactions often influence a student’s academic interest and performance in the classroom. Wesleyan’s teachers, coaches, and counselors are invested in their students, taking the time to get to know them and build meaningful connections.

Academic Support

God gives each child unique gifts and talents, and we partner with parents to help each child reach his or her greatest potential. Because learning styles and teaching methods are not one-size-fits-all, Wesleyan offers individualized academic support to bridge existing educational gaps. Through our Resource Program and Enrichment Center, we use proven, tailored methods for students with mild to moderate diagnosed learning differences.

Early Education Center

(6 weeks old to PreK-4)

From infants to little ones preparing for kindergarten, our early education classrooms offer age-appropriate activities and a biblically integrated curriculum, fostering social interaction and an early love of learning. In addition to learning fundamentals and skills, students enjoy chapel, music, and STEM activities on a regular basis. In each classroom, two full-time teachers and two part-time teaching assistants ensure students receive individual care and attention.

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(TK and K)

We set learners up for success through a two-year kindergarten program that uniquely prepares them for elementary school by aligning their academic work to their developmental readiness.  Students engage in hands-on learning centers, as well as paper-pencil based instruction.  Students enjoy daily lessons in math, handwriting, and phonics while attending weekly academic specials in art, music, STEM, and media literacy.  Daily recess and weekly physical education helps get the wiggles out, while everyday prayer keeps your child centered on who they are in Christ.

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Elementary School

(Grades 1-4)

Students start engaging with content in new ways as they integrate project-based learning, hands-on activities, and thoughtful discussions into the classroom experience. Elementary students study Bible, creative writing, language arts, math, science, and social studies, complemented by weekly specials in art, technology, Spanish, media literacy, music, and physical education.  All subjects are taught from a Christian worldview and students attend weekly chapels to learn how to apply God’s word to their everyday lives.

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Middle School

(Grades 5-8)

Wesleyan middle schoolers start enjoying autonomy over their coursework as they’re able to choose grade-specific elective courses that interest them. Students are busy learning life skills and critical thinking skills while improving their executive functioning and formal/informal communication proficiency.  Core subjects include Bible, English, history/geography, literature, math, and science. Electives include art, band, coding & website design, fitness & conditioning, social skills, and more.

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High School

(Grades 9-12)

Wesleyan high schoolers are doing much more than just preparing for college — they’re busy preparing for life after graduation, discovering new interests, honing their skills, and making the most of their strengths as they develop a plan for the future. Our graduating seniors are admitted into the finest colleges and universities worldwide, with approximately 98% attending a 4-year university after graduation. Wesleyan’s high school program offers more than 30 individual honors courses, 13 AP courses, online dual enrollment courses, numerous electives and clubs, and one-on-one college and career guidance. Wesleyan graduates are well-prepared for college studies, thoroughly understand who they are in Christ, and are well-versed in apologetics and civil discourse.

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Enrichment Center

Our Enrichment Center allows students with mild to moderate diagnosed learning differences to take their core academic subjects in a smaller classroom setting while enjoying their homeroom, electives, specials, and weekly chapels with the larger campus.

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Avery Taylor / STUDENT ’26

“I enjoy going to school at Wesleyan because it’s a welcoming environment and my teachers are always going out of their way to connect with me on a personal level. I just feel like they care about me.”

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Spiritual Life

Biblical Truth permeates every aspect of Wesleyan Christian Academy.  From Academics to athletics, student clubs, and performing and fine arts, our faith in Jesus Christ is our foundation.  Wesleyan has a dedicated Spiritual Life Director who leads weekly chapels, organizes various student volunteer opportunities, coordinates annual mission trips, and oversees our student small groups throughout the year.  Classes pray together and study the Bible as part of our college-preparatory curriculum. Our teachers are strong Christians rooted in their beliefs. They serve as role models inside and outside the classroom. Service learning and mission work help instill Christian values in our students.

Fine Arts

Whether your child’s passion is the visual arts or the performing arts, their creativity and talents will be honed and refined through Wesleyan’s Performing and Fine Arts Department. Art and Music are part of our elementary curriculum through fifth-grade. Then, nearly 50% of all Wesleyan middle and high school students are active in the arts, from band and choral classes to private music lessons, annual musical productions, and various other artistic mediums. Wesleyan students explore their God-given talents throughout the school year, and their hard work and efforts are recognized annually during school-wide performances, as well as state and regional competitions.


Wesleyan offers between 34 to 37 championship athletic teams each year across 13 different sports. Sixth grade is the natural entry point for competitive athletics, and the Wesleyan Trojans play with heart and devotion to God at the middle school, junior varsity, and varsity levels. Student-athletes play in partnership with their teammates and always with respect for their competitors. Wesleyan coaches mentor student-athletes as they develop more than just physical skills — they also learn teamwork, sportsmanship, collaboration, and glorify Jesus in all they do.

Campus Life

Your child’s school environment matters. Wesleyan’s school culture is welcoming, nurturing, and Christ-centered. Students, teachers, and families partner together to create a vibrant atmosphere full of engaging activities, family fellowship events, parent and student seminars, and faculty/staff-led student retreats. We proudly offer our students additional support through our Student Support Team, comprised of our school nurses, guidance counselors, spiritual mentors, and college counselors. In addition, we have after-school programs, swim lessons, private music lessons, and summer camps.

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