The high school Student Government Organization (Student Council) is a student-elected group of leaders  from the high school with the purpose of providing leadership in student activities. 

  • Weekly meetings (each Tuesday) to discuss and organize upcoming activities
  • Wednesday morning during homeroom devotions are delivered over the public address system
  • Chapels – organize and lead a minimum of two high school chapels
  • New-student orientation – organize an orientation meeting prior to the beginning of school to welcome all new students to our school
  • Homecoming activities - Plan and implement the election of   the homecoming court 
  • Spirit Week -  Plan and implement all activities
  • Banquet - Plan and implement all activities.
  • Blood Drive - organize spring blood drive for school   
  • Elections - each spring; organize elections for the next school year
  • Field Day - plan and lead field day activities each spring
  • Organize various other agreed upon activities --  bonfires, gym nights, food drives, etc.

The National Honor Society/Beta Club is a student-based club that focuses on the character, scholastic achievement, service, and leadership of students who excel in all four areas. Senior Beta Club is open to freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors. The annual induction ceremony is held in March. The NHS/Beta Club sponsors a needy family at Christmas through the Salvation Army.


The Publications Department produces the yearbook, school newspaper, a weekly article to the High Point Enterprise, and the high school newsletter. This class, which uses computers for its publications, teaches the student to write, edit, and proofread layout, design, sell ads, and many more valuable skills that they can use in a career. A major skill which the students master is use of the computer. Using YearTech and PageMaker, the students actually produce these publications in their classroom.


All Seniors are required to participate in a service activity. Senior Service consists of a total of 12 hours of service which is documented by senior class sponsors. Students spend a day at Camp Carefree in Madison, NC, assisting the director in preparing the camp for chronically or terminally ill children. In addition to this activity, the seniors are required to earn six additional hours by performing a service activity of their choice.


The French and Spanish Clubs involve approximately 50% of the high school student body. Each club elects officers and steering committees that plan enrichment and immersion events for fun and educational purposes. These clubs also raise money to support Haitian students and help needy Hispanic families.


Selected students attend the ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International) Leadership Conference in the fall. The focus of the conference is to develop leadership skills in students from various Christian schools within the southeastern region.


A Chapel is held weekly for students in grades 9 through 12. The purpose of chapel is to challenge and encourage students and teachers in their Christian walk. A variety of speakers include faculty, area pastors, youth pastors, and musicians.


Individual Bible study groups meet once a week in the morning to pray, discuss personal struggles, read the Bible, and plan service projects.


A student-led time of Christian fellowship, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes is attended by Bible students and meets once a month for a time of praise, worship, and Bible study. Camps and conferences may be attended during the school year and summer. This program reaches out to all students. Athletic participation is not a requirement for this club.


When juniors receive their class rings, the Junior Ring Ceremony is held. A small committee of junior students plans and conducts an original ceremony each year.


Diakonos is a service-oriented club. Projects on the local, national, and international level are activities of this club. Special Populations, Special Olympics, and Operation Christmas Child are a few organizations supported by the Diakonos Club. Its focus is to give students the opportunity to develop a servant's heart toward those who are less fortunate.


The Math Contest program gives Wesleyan Christian Academy students taking AP Calculus, AP Statistics, and Pre-Calculus the opportunity to enhance their problem-solving skills by competing against other gifted students from across North Carolina and the United States.


Each semester a special speaker is invited for a time of special services called Spiritual Emphasis Week. The Chaplain and High School Principal select a theme. Examples of past themes are Missions, Personal Relationship with Christ, and Service.


The junior class sponsors a Junior-Senior Banquet for the senior class every spring. A selected committee of junior class members plans, decorates, selects entertainment, chooses and assembles senior gifts, composes the menu, and prepares the entire evening for the seniors.


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