About Wesleyan

Core Values

The Bible is foundational to all truth and is integrated in all subject areas.

Wesleyan Christian Academy functions in a complementary role with the home and church to produce individuals who emanate a Christian worldview and become productive members of society.

Students who are enrolled at Wesleyan Christian Academy can meet high academic expectations and become confident, intrinsically motivated, life-long learners.

Each student is uniquely designed with spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social gifts; therefore, each learns in different ways.

A variety of appropriate and relevant instructional approaches and methods of assessment is provided in order to meet the various learning styles of students.

Curriculum design, instructional strategies, and learning activities are based on distinct goals and challenging expectations for student achievement.

Students will be able to demonstrate their understanding of essential knowledge and skills by the use of critical thinking and integrated application.

Wesleyan Christian Academy continually strives for excellence and improvement.

Student Outcomes

And Jesus increased in wisdom and stature and in favor with God and man.” (Luke 2:52)

SPIRITUAL (Favor with God) “Let the Word of God dwell in you richly.” (Colossians 3:16)

  • Students will be encouraged to make a personal commitment to Jesus Christ.
  • Students will be encouraged to follow Christ daily and emanate Christ-like qualities of character in their lives.
  • Students will continually increase their knowledge of Scripture.
  • Students will be encouraged to fulfill the Great Commission.

ACADEMIC (Wisdom) “Let this mind be in you which was also in Christ Jesus.” (Philippians 2:5)

  • Students will acquire skills in the areas of reading, writing, speaking, and listening.
  • Students will understand the classics of literature and learn to appreciate that God created the spoken and written language as the medium through which He revealed Himself.
  • Students will acquire skills in the areas of mathematical concepts, computation, and application.
  • Students will acquire information in the areas of earth, physical and biological sciences.
  • Students will appreciate the world God has made and will apply this knowledge and appreciation in wise use of resources.
  • Students will understand the facts and flow of human history and current events and interpret them in the light of God’s plan for mankind.
  • Students will be taught the facts and flow of American history, the basic principles of democracy, and the heritage of sacrifice which have made America free.
  • Students will acquire skills in reading, writing, speaking and listening in the selected foreign language path, and will understand the value of communicating in a second language in order to fulfill the Great Commission.
  • Students will be afforded the opportunity to develop skills in appropriate fine arts, will be encouraged to appreciate the artistic expression of others, past and present, and will be encouraged toward creative self-expression.
  • Students will understand the full range of opportunities available to lead a productive life within God’s plan and will be guided toward matching their aptitudes and skills with those opportunities.
  • Students will have the opportunity to become proficient with computer skills which will enable them to effectively function in a technological society.
  • Students will be able to articulate and defend their Christian worldview while having an understanding of opposing worldviews.
  • Students will acquire skills in reasoning, academic investigation, and in creative and critical thinking.
  • Students will be given opportunities to apply the skills which have been taught in each subject area.
  • Students will develop a continuous desire for learning.

SOCIAL (Favor with Man) “No man liveth unto himself.” (Romans 14:7a)

  • Students will be taught respect for parents and love for the whole family and will assume responsibility within the family unit.
  • Students will be taught to develop and demonstrate respect and concern for others.
  • Students will be taught acceptance and recognition of authority and respect for those in authority over them.

PHYSICAL (Stature) “Present your bodies a living sacrifice…unto God.” (Romans 12:1)

  • Students will be taught to develop respect for the body as a temple of the Holy Spirit.
  • Students will be prepared to practice the principles of healthy, moral living.

EMOTIONAL (Wisdom) “For God hath not given us the spirit of fear, but of power and love…” (II Timothy 1:7)

  • Students will recognize that they are created in the image of God; therefore, they have great worth.
  • Students will recognize that Christ is the source of true joy and contentment.
  • Students will recognize that emotional health comes through a disciplined walk with Christ.


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